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Table A1. Parameter values and functional relationships for the nine simulated scenarios used to test the accuracy of the model under process and observation uncertainty. R = recruitment, F = fishing mortality, M = natural mortality. Functional forms of each equation can be found in the operating model text.

Table A2. Parameter values and definitions used in the operating and sampling models.

Figure A1. Scenario 1. Time series of estimates for Z, M, and F representing the error of 100 trials and 50 bootstrap estimates in the simulation analysis. Box plots represent the median, interquartile range, and 95% confidence intervals.

Figure A2. Scenario 2. Time series of estimates for Z, M, and F representing the error of 100 trials and 50 bootstrap estimates in the simulation analysis. Box plots represent the median, interquartile range, and 95% confidence intervals.

Figure A3. Scenario 3. Time series of estimates for Z, M, and F representing the error of 100 trials and 50 bootstrap estimates in the simulation analysis. Box plots represent the median, interquartile range and 95% confidence intervals.

Figure A4. Scenario 4. Time series of estimates for Z, M, and F representing the error of 100 trials and 50 bootstrap estimates in the simulation analysis. Box plots represent the median, interquartile range and 95% confidence intervals.

Figure A5. Scenario 5. Time series of estimates for Z, M, and F representing the error of 100 trials and 50 bootstrap estimates in the simulation analysis. Box plots represent the median, interquartile range, and 95% confidence intervals.

Figure A6. Scenario 6. Time series of estimates for Z, M, and F representing the error of 100 trials and 50 bootstrap estimates in the simulation analysis. Box plots represent the median, interquartile range, and 95% confidence intervals.

Figure A7. Scenario 7. Time series of estimates for Z, M, and F representing the error of 100 trials and 50 bootstrap estimates in the simulation analysis. Box plots represent the median, interquartile range, and 95% confidence intervals.

Figure A8. Scenario 8. Time series of estimates for Z, M, and F representing the error of 100 trials and 50 bootstrap estimates in the simulation analysis. Box plots represent the median, interquartile range, and 95% confidence intervals.

Figure A9. Scenario 9. Time series of estimates for Z, M, and F representing the error of 100 trials and 50 bootstrap estimates in the simulation analysis. Box plots represent the median, interquartile range, and 95% confidence intervals.

Figure A10. Spawning potential ratio and F plots for nine separate simulated scenarios, five years after reserve implementation. The numbers in the top right corner of each panel correspond to the scenario (Table S1). Dotted lines represent a target reference point at SPR50. The black solid lines depict the SPR outcomes, and the true F used in the simulation. The solid grey lines represent the estimated SPR and estimated F from the assessment model. Dotted grey lines represent 10th and 90th percentiles around the estimated SPR.

Figure A11. Spawning potential ratio and F plots for nine separate simulated scenarios, 10 years after reserve implementation. The numbers in the top right corner of each panel correspond to the scenario (Table S1). Dotted lines represent a target reference point at SPR50. The black solid lines depict the SPR outcomes, and the true F used in the simulation. The solid grey lines represent the estimated SPR and estimated F from the assessment model. Dotted grey lines represent 10th and 90th percentiles around the estimated SPR.

Figure A12. Spawning potential ratio and F plots for nine separate simulated scenarios, 25 years after reserve implementation. The numbers in the top right corner of each panel correspond to the scenario (Table S1). Dotted lines represent a target reference point at SPR50. The black solid lines depict the SPR outcomes, and the true F used in the simulation. The solid grey lines represent the estimated SPR and estimated F from the assessment model. Dotted grey lines represent 10th and 90th percentiles around the estimated SPR.

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