Tools and Strategies for Assessment and Management of Data-Limited Fish Stocks
Hotel Captain Cook
May 12–15, 2015
Contact: Sue Keller, firstname.lastname@example.org
In Alaska data limitations affect management of commercial fisheries, including sharks, rays, octopus, scallops, and some crabs and rockfish. Data limitations are pervasive in most other fisheries jurisdictions around the world, and most recreational fisheries are data-poor.
The goal of this symposium, Tools and Strategies for Assessment and Management of Data-Limited Fish Stocks, was to encourage development of new tools and strategies for assessment and management of data-limited commercial and recreational fisheries in marine and freshwater areas.
- Program (includes links to PDFs of selected presentations and posters)
- Abstract book [PDF, 682 KB]
- Symposium information
- Manuscript preparation guidelines [PDF; 188 KB]
- Symposium evaluation form
- Newsletter article about the symposium
Keynote speaker Doug Butterworth and University of Alaska Anchorage professor Gunnar Knapp discuss their fisheries research (see podcasts #33, #34, and #35).This conference has ended.