36 Human Dimensions & Socioeconomics II

Wednesday, September 15, 2010: 8:00 AM-11:40 AM
319 (Convention Center)
Julie M. Defilippi
8:00 AM
The best guess project: Testing the accuracy of Hawaii recreational fishermen's estimates of fish weight
Nicole D. Bartlett, NOAA Fisheries Service; Stewart D. Allen, PhD, NOAA Fisheries Service
8:20 AM
Segmenting anglers based on their fishing behavior
Jody C. Simoes, Michigan State University; Frank Lupi, PhD, Michigan State University; Daniel Hayes, PhD, Michigan State University
8:40 AM
Comparing the economic feasibility of trout stocking strategies in West Virginia
Chad D. Pierskalla, PhD, West Virginia University; Coy Belknap III, West Virginia University; Roy Ramthun, PhD, Concord University; Ken J. Semmens, West Virginia University; Cyril Logar, PhD, West Virginia University
9:00 AM
Aquatic nuisance species and Georgia boaters: An investigation of perceptions and behaviors
James A. Herrin, University of Georgia; Craig Miller, PhD, University of Georgia
9:20 AM
Trends in fishing participation in Vermont (1990-2009): Are angler interests and behaviors changing?
Nancy A. Connelly, Cornell University; Barbara A. Knuth, Cornell University; Rich Kirn, Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife
9:40 AM
The Hudson River eel project: Fish conservation through citizen science
Christopher H. Bowser, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
10:00 AM
10:20 AM
Segmenting Minnesota walleye anglers based on their consumption orientation
Susan A. Schroeder, PhD, Minnesota Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit; University of Minnesota; David C. Fulton, PhD, Minnesota Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit; University of Minnesota; Jason B. Moeckel, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
10:40 AM
The importance of social and ecological context factors for the sustainability of stock-enhancement schemes in recreational fisheries: insights from a coupled social-ecological model
Maja Schlüter, PhD, Leibniz - Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries; Robert Arlinghaus, PhD, Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries
11:20 AM
Assessment of angler use and satisfaction of urban-based fisheries in South Dakota
Michael J. Greiner, South Dakota State University; Steven R. Chipps, PhD, South Dakota State University; Nicole L. Hegna, South Dakota State University
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