Contributed Papers - Marine Fisheries 4

Thursday, August 21, 2014: 8:20 AM-5:10 PM
306B (Centre des congrès de Québec // Québec City Convention Centre)
Celine Audet and Bernard Sainte-Marie
Celine Audet, PhD

Bernard Sainte-Marie

8:20 AM
Discovering the Effects of Catch Shares on Fishing Communities Using Objective Indicators
Jill Swasey, MRAG Americas, Inc.; Suzanne Iudicello, Iudicello Consulting; Robert Trumble, MRAG Americas, Inc.

Using Mark Recapture Techniques to Estimate Local Abundance and Movement of Atka Mackerel, an Important Steller Sea Lion Prey in the Aleutian Islands (Withdrawn)
9:00 AM
Life History and Population Ecology of Haddock in Southern Newfoundland Waters
Robert Rogers, Fisheries and Marine Institute, Memorial University; Sherrylynn Rowe, Fisheries and Marine Institute, Memorial University of Newfoundland; Joanne Morgan, Fisheries and Oceans

9:20 AM
The Consistent Behaviors of Atlantic Cod Morhpotypes within the Gulf of Maine
Christian W. Conroy, Northeastern University; Jonathan H. Grabowski, Northeastern University; Graham D. Sherwood, Gulf of Maine Research Institute

9:40 AM
Market Aspects of Marine Mammal Bycatch in Global Fisheries
Rebecca Lent, U.S. Marine Mammal Commission; Dennis Heinemann, U.S. Marine Mammal Commission

10:00 AM
Thursday Morning Break

10:30 AM
Fishermen's Knowledge: A Valuable Resource for Improving Our Understanding of the Habitat Preferences of Atlantic Halibut Off the Coast of Maine
Julia Beaty, University of Maine; Yong Chen, University of Maine; James A. Wilson, University of Maine

11:10 AM
Fishing and Eutrophication Effects on the Northern Gulf of Mexico Demersal Nekton Community
Kevin Purcell, NOAA Fisheries; J. Kevin Craig, NOAA/NMFS Southeast Fisheries Science Center

11:30 AM
Juveniles' Predation Refuge or Predators' Foraging Ground? Two Pathways of Contributions of Vegetated Habitats to Production of Coastal Fishery Resources
Jun Shoji, Hiroshima University; Hikari Kinoshita, Hiroshima University; Takuji Noda, Kyoto University; Hiromichi Mitamura, Kyoto University; Nobuaki Arai, Kyoto University

11:50 AM
Testing Rectangular Mesh Gillnet to Reduce Bycatch in an Estuarine Fishery Directed for Flatfishes
Paul Rudershausen, North Carolina State University; Jeffrey A. Buckel, North Carolina State University

12:10 PM
Thursday Lunch

1:50 PM
Factoring in Energy Use When Assessing the Sustainability of Commercial Fisheries and Aquaculture
Lisa Max, Monterey Bay Aquarium; Robin Pelc, Monterey Bay Aquarium; Peter Bridson, Monterey Bay Aquarium; Wendy Norden, Monterey Bay Aquarium; Santi Roberts, Monterey Bay Aquarium; Sam Wilding, Monterey Bay Aquarium; Lisa Tucker, Monterey Bay Aquarium; Brian Albaum, Monterey Bay Aquarium; Peter Tyedmers, Dalhousie University; Robert Parker, University of Tasmania

2:10 PM
Local Elites and Subsidies in Current Brazilian Fisheries Regulation
Vera Silva, Federal University of Santa Catarina/Brazil/PhD. Candidate

2:50 PM
Seasonal Bycatch Survey of the Sea Scallop Access Areas on Georges Bank
Katherine Thompson, Coonamessett Farm Foundation; Megan Winton, Coonamessett Farm Foundation; David Rudders, Virginia Institute of Marine Science; Kathryn Goetting, AquaFish Innovation Lab; Carl Huntsberger, Coonamessett Farm Foundation; Ronald Smolowitz, Coonamessett Farm Foundation

3:10 PM
Thursday Afternoon Break

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