External Review of Economics and Human Dimensions Program in the Pacific Islands

In 2017, a panel of independent experts reviewed the Science Center's economics and human dimensions research program.

Schedule

Monday, July 31, 2017

8:30 AM - Welcome, Business Rules, and Introductions — Michael Seki

8:40 AM - Instructions to Panel and Terms of Reference — Michael Seki

8:50 AM - Overview of NMFS Program Reviews — Cisco Werner

9:00 AM - NMFS Economics and Human Dimensions Research — Rita Curtis 

9:15 AM - Introduction to PIFSC Science Programs — Michael Seki 

9:30 AM - PIFSC Economics and Human Dimensions Research — Justin Hospital

10:00 AM - Break

10:15 AM - Leadership Discussion Panel

10:45 AM - Public Q&A

Theme I: Data Collection and Data Management

11:00 AM - Ongoing Economic Data Collection Programs — Minling Pan

11:20 AM - Cost-Earnings Data Collection Programs — Justin Hospital

11:40 AM - Data Access and Public Access to Research Results — Justin Hospital

12:00 PM - Public Q&A

12:30 PM - Lunch

Theme II: Human Dimensions and Communities

1:30 PM - PIFSC Human Dimensions Research — Kirsten Leong

1:45 PM - Fishing Community Profiles — Adam Ayers

2:00 PM - Community Social Vulnerability Indicators — Danika Kleiber 

2:15 PM - Break

2:30 PM - Western Pacific Socioeconomic Monitoring and Capacity Building — Supin Wongbusarakum

2:45 PM - Science of Compliance and Communications — Kirsten Leong 

3:00 PM - Stakeholder and Scientist Discussion Panel

3:30 PM - Public Q&A

4:00 PM - Panel Review and Discussion (closed session)

5:00 PM - Adjourn

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

8:30 AM - Schedule for the Day – Terms of Reference Questions and Themes

Theme III: Commercial Fisheries Economics

8:45 AM - Overview of PIFSC Commercial Fishing Economics and Market Research — Justin Hospital

9:15 AM - Swordfish Time-Area Closure Analysis — Minling Pan

9:30 AM - Positive Mathematical Programming — Jonathan Sweeney

9:45 AM - Stakeholder and Scientist Discussion Panel

10:30 AM - Public Q&A

10:45 AM - Break

Theme IV: Noncommercial Fisheries Economics

11:00 AM - Overview of PIFSC Noncommercial Fisheries Economics Research — Justin Hospital

11:30 AM - Cost-Earnings of Hawaiʻi Charter Fishery — Emily Rollins

11:45 AM - Stakeholder and Scientist Discussion Panel

12:15 PM - Public Q&A

12:30 PM - Lunch

Theme V: Communicating Science and Outreach

1:30 PM - PIFSC Science Communications Strategy — Amanda Dillon

1:45 PM - Economics and Human Dimensions Communication and Outreach — Justin Hospital

2:00 PM - Economics and Human Dimensions Poster Session

3:00 PM - Public Q&A

3:30 PM - Panel Review and Discussion (closed session)

5:00 PM - Adjourn

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

8:30 AM - Schedule for the Day – Terms of Reference Questions and Themes

Theme VI: Ecosystem Science

8:45 AM - Overview of Ecosystem Science Division and Research — Frank Parrish

9:00 AM - Atlantis Ecosystem Model and Applications — Mariska Weijerman

9:15 AM - West Hawaiʻi Integrated Ecosystem Assessment — Kirsten Leong

9:30 AM - Stakeholder and Scientist Discussion Panel

10:15 AM - Public Q&A

10:30 AM - Break

Theme VII: Support for Management

10:45 AM - Management Advice and Stock Assessment/Fishery Evaluation (SAFE) Reports — Justin Hospital

11:00 AM - Marine National Monument Science — Justin Hospital

11:15 AM - Spillover Effects of Swordfish Regulations — Hing Ling Chan

11:30 AM - Stakeholder and Scientist Discussion Panel

12:00 PM - Public Q&A

12:30 PM - Week in Review and Closing Remarks — Michael Seki

12:45 PM - Adjourn Public Portion of Review

2:00 PM - Panel Review and Discussion (closed session)

5:00 PM - Adjourn

Thursday, August 3, 2017 at NOAA Inouye Regional Center (closed session)

8:00 AM - Panel Review and Discussion (closed session at IRC)

4:00 PM - Final Panel Reports to PIFSC Directorate (closed session at IRC)

TBD - Adjourn

Last updated by Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center on 08/21/2018