Pelagic Fish Stocks on the Move and in the News: Collapse, Recovery, or Something Else?, Part 2*

Tuesday, August 19, 2014: 8:20 AM-3:10 PM
304A (Centre des congrès de Québec // Québec City Convention Centre)
8:20 AM
Listening and Learning: Experiences of Participatory Development of Advice for Pelagic Fisheries
Mark Dickey-Collas, International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES)

8:40 AM
Evaluating the Efficacy of the Implementation of an Ecosystem Approach to the South African Small Pelagics Fisheries:Social Learning Around a Knowledge-Based System
Emily S. McGregor, University of Cape Town; Astrid Jarre, University of Cape Town; Carl D. van der Lingen, University of Cape Town

9:00 AM
Small Pelagics in the News: Emerging Importance of Social Licence in the Australian Fisheries Landscape
Colin Buxton, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies; Jeremy Lyle, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies

9:20 AM
Capelin (Mallotus villosus) Fall Feeding: An Energetic Bottleneck Limiting the Recovery of Newfoundland Stocks?
Erin Carruthers, Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University; Frances Mowbray, Fisheries and Oceans Canada

9:40 AM
Harvesting and Population Structure Effect on Population Growth
Joël Durant, University of Oslo/ Department of Biosciences

10:00 AM
Tuesday Morning Break

Keys to the Distribution and Productivity of Forage Fishes in the Newfoundland and Barents Sea Ecosystems (Withdrawn)
Using Acoustic Survey Data As a Tool for Characterizing and Forecasting Alewife Biomass (Withdrawn)
11:10 AM
Bottom-up Regulation of Capelin, a Keystone Forage Species in the Northwest Atlantic
Alejandro Buren, Memorial University of Newfoundland; Mariano Koen-Alonso, Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Centre; Pierre Pepin, Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Centre; Frances Mowbray, Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Centre; Brian Nakashima, Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Centre; Garry Stenson, Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Centre; Neil Ollerhead, Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Centre; William A. Montevecchi, Memorial University of Newfoundland

11:30 AM
Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Atlantic Menhaden Recruitment in the Northwest Atlantic Ocean
Andre Buchheister, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science; Edward Houde, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science; David H. Secor, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science; Robert Latour, Virginia Institute of Marine Science; Thomas J. Miller, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

11:50 AM
Changes in Growth of Northeast Atlantic Mackerel in Relation to Spawning Stock Biomass and Environmental Condition
Anna Olafsdottir, Faroe Marine Research Institute; Aril Slotte, Institute of Marine Research; Jan Arge Jacobsen, Faroe Marine Research Institute; Gudmundur Oskarsson, Marine Research Institute; Kjell Rong Utne, Institute of Marine Research; Leif Noettestad, Institute of Marine Research

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