COS 62 - Fisheries Management And Models

Tuesday, August 8, 2017: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
D129-130, Oregon Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Traditional ecological knowledge, shifting baselines, and conservation of Fijian molluscs
Karen J. Bao, Columbia University; Joshua A. Drew, Columbia University
1:50 PM
 Detecting the effects of management regime shifts in dynamic environments using multi-population state-space models
Matt Falcy, Oregon Dept. Fish and Wildlife; Erik Suring, Oregon Dept. Fish and Wildlife
2:10 PM
 Combining continuous remote detections with traditional sampling to estimate the migratory flux of fish 
Maria C. Dzul, U.S. Geological Survey; Charles B. Yackulic, US Geological Survey; Josh Korman, Ecometric Research Inc.
2:30 PM
 Perceptions of EBFM among state natural resource agency personnel in the Northeast
Alexandrea Safiq, Rutgers University; Olaf P. Jensen, Rutgers University; Joesph Caracappa, Rutgers University; Chris Free, Rutgers University; Jessica Valenti, Rutgers University; Alexis Kleinbeck, Rutgers University
2:50 PM
 How many old fish remain in the sea?
Lewis A.K. Barnett, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, NOAA; R. Anthony Ranasinghe, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Trevor A. Branch, University of Washington; Timothy E. Essington, University of Washington
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 Juvenile Chinook salmon: A need for population and life stage-specific bioenergetics models?
Steve Blumenshine, Fresno State University; Skylar Nguyen, Fresno State University; Taylor Spaulding, Fresno State University
3:40 PM
 Comparing MaxEnt modeling of marine pelagic fish species spatiotemporal distributions using fishery-dependent and fishery-independent data
Lifei Wang, Gulf of Maine Research Institute; Lisa A. Kerr, Gulf of Maine Research Institute; Eric Bridger, Gulf of Maine Research Institute
4:00 PM
 Otolith microchemistry for tracking fish population in the Eastern Tropical Pacific
Leticia M. Cavole, UCSD; Jose Alfredo G. Nava, UCSD; Andrew F. Jonhson, UCSD; Jose M. Jarrin, Charles Darwin Research Station; Solange K. Andrade Vera, Charles Darwin Research Station; Teresa Villavicencio, Charles Darwin Research Station; Pelayo Salinas de León, Charles Darwin Research Station; Octavio Aburto-Oropeza, UCSD
4:20 PM Cancelled
4:40 PM
 Habitat heterogeneity shapes population genetic structure of yellow perch (Perca flavescens) in eastern Lake Michigan
Greg M. Chorak, Grand Valley State University; Carl R. Ruetz III, Grand Valley State University; Ryan A. Thum, Montana State University; Charlyn G. Partridge, Grand Valley State University; David J. Janetski, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Dave Clapp, Michigan Department of Natural Resources
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