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Ecosystem and Socioeconomic Profile Model Workshop

The Ecosystem and Socioeconomic Profile or ESP is a standardized framework that facilitates the integration of stock-specific ecosystem indicators and socioeconomic factors into the stock assessment and management process.


Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Day 1 (3/10/2020, 1 pm start to 5 pm end): ESP Updates, Data Accessibility, Workflow

12:00–12:15   Review of ESP Workshop proposal, goals - Kalei Shotwell 

12:15–12:30   ESP Review, Update, Council Feedback - Kalei Shotwell 

12:30–13:30   ESP Team Updates: Sablefish, GOA pollock, Pacific Cod, Bering Sea Crab, Data-limited - Kalei Shotwell , Erin Fedewa, Olav Ormseth

13:30–14:00   Discussion Session on standards for ESPs and range of information for an ESP versus a stock assessment report - Cindy Tribuzio

14:00–14:25   Break 

14:25–15:00   Data Accessibility for ESPs - Jordan Watson, Kalei Shotwell

15:00–15:30   ESR-ESP Workflow - Bridget Ferris, Ben Fissel, Ebett Siddon

Adjourn for day and Social Event

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Day 2 (3/11/2020, 9 am start to 5 pm end): Modeling Applications for ESPs

08:30–08:40   Recap, Introduction to Models for ESPs - Kalei Shotwell

08:40–09:05   Oceanographic Models - Kelly Kearney, Darren Pilcher

09:05–09:30   Individual Based Models - Esther Goldstein, Buck Stockhausen

09:30–09:55   Food Web Models - Kerim Aydin, Jon Reum

09:55–10:20   Break

10:20–10:45   Species Distribution Models, Part 1 - Lewis Barnett, Jim Thorson

10:45–11:10   Species Distribution Models, Part 2 - Ned Laman, Jodi Pirtle

11:10–11:35   Metrics Applications - Ben Laurel, Suzanne McDermott, Rob Suryan

11:35–12:45   Lunch (on your own)

12:45–13:15   Ecosystem Indicator Applications - Lauren Rogers, Ellen Yasumiishi

13:15–13:40   Discussion Session on criteria for adding or removing metric/indicators for use in an ESP, skill testing for a potential indicator, addressing concerns for non-stationarity in indicators - Jim Thorson

13:40–14:00   Break

14:00–14:20   SEASAW: Past, Present and Future - Alan Haynie

14:20–14:50   A Conceptual Model for social and economic indicators - Ben Fissel

14:50–15:05   Sablefish Case Study: Fleet Performance Indicator - Marysia Szymkowiak

15:05–15:30   Discussion Session - Steve Kasperski

Adjourn for day and Social Event

Thursday, March 12, 2020

Day 3 (3/12/2020, 9 am start to 5 pm end): Modeling Applications within ESPs

09:00–09:10   Recap, Introduction to Models within ESPs - Kalei Shotwell

09:10–09:35   Simple Indicator Scores - Kalei Shotwell, Martin Dorn

09:35–10:00   Indicator Importance Methods - Curry Cunningham

10:00–10:15   Break

10:15–10:45   Models in Stock Assessment - Meaghan Bryan, Carey McGilliard

10:45–11:10   Multi-species Models - Kirstin Holsman

11:10–11:35   Multi-area Models - Kari Fenske, Dana Hanselman, Nick Tolimieri

11:35–12:00   Discussion session on indicator/model performance metrics for the ESPs and how those metrics translate to advice for SAFEs - Pete Hulson

12:00–13:30   Lunch (on your own), Please fill out the ESP survey!

13:30–14:00   Discussion session to present summary conclusions from each discussion session and review workshop preliminary survey results - Discussion Session Leads

14:00–14:30   Discussion session to review draft ESP Workshop Tech Memo and workshop manuscript outline - ESP Workshop Team

14:30–14:45   Main Workshop Wrap-up - Kalei Shotwell

14:45–15:00   Break and End main workshop

ESP Workshop Team and rapporteurs will reconvene to collect notes and discuss action items for the next workshop preparation. All are welcome to join.

15:00–15:15   Collect notes from rapporteurs and time managers on Google Drive

15:15–15:30   Workshop writing assignments, timeline for completion of Tech Memo, ESP teams and facilitation discussion, 3rd ESP workshop preparation and timing - ESP Workshop Team

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