External Review of Information for Fisheries Stock Assessments in the Pacific Islands

In 2013, a panel of independent experts reviewed the Science Center's information for fisheries stock assessments.

Schedule

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

8:30 AM - Introduction and Charge to Review Panel — Sam Pooley

Context for Pacific Islands Fishery Monitoring and Assessment — Chris Boggs

Overview of Pacific Islands Data Needs for Stock Assessments — Gerard Dinardo

Highly Migratory Species Data for Stock Assessments

Highly Migratory Species in the Pacific — Chris Boggs

Data Use in Assessment of Striped Marlin in the North Pacific — Hui-Hua Lee

Highly Migratory Species Fishery Dependent Monitoring for International Management — Keith Bigelow and Darryl Tagami

Longline Logbook Data — Russell Ito

Longline Observer Data — William Walsh

Accessibility of Center Highly Migratory Species Data — Karen Sender

Pelagic Oceanography and Highly Migratory Species Assessments — Jeffrey Polovina

Life History Information — Robert Humphreys

Public Comment

Panel Questions and Discussion

5:30 PM - Adjourn for the Day

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

8:30 AM - Brief review and schedule for Day 2 — Sam Pooley

Insular Species Data for Stock Assessments

Insular Fisheries Around the Hawaiian Islands and US Territories — Chris Boggs

Data Use in Assessment of Main Hawaiian Islands Bottomfish — Jon Brodziak

Insular Fishery Dependent Monitoring for Management — Kimberly Lowe

Western Pacific Fishery Information Network (WPacFIN) — Michael Quach

Data Systems at the Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center — Evan Howell

WPacFIN Hawaii Bottomfish Fishery Data — Kimberly Lowe

Hawaii Recreational Catch Data — Hongguang Ma

Bottom Habitat Information — Michael Parke

The Future: More Use of Fishery-Independent Data — Gerard Dinardo

Fishery-Independent Survey Calibration — Benjamin Richards

Public Comment

Panel Questions and Discussion 

5:30 PM - Adjourn for the Day

Thursday, June 27, 2013

8:30 AM - Brief review and schedule for Day 3 — Sam Pooley

Data for Coral Reef Fish Annual Catch Limits

Coral Reef Fisheries — Chris Boggs

Data Used for Archipelagic Coral Reef Fish Annual Catch Limits — Marlowe Sabater, Western Pacific Regional Fisheries Management Council staff

Data Used for Development of new Reef Fish Stock Assessments — Mark Nadon

Coral Reef Fish Surveys — Ivor Williams

Public Comment

Panel Questions and Discussion

5:30 PM - Adjourn for the Day

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