Workshop on
Ecosystem-Based Decision Support Tools for
Fisheries Management

February 14-18, 2005
Key Largo, Florida

Working Groups
Contact

Monday : Governance, Indicators

Background

Steve Murawski NOAA Fisheries Service, Office of Science and Technology
Ecosystem-based management or now that we have Ocean Commissions reports, what do we do? Andrew Rosenberg University of New Hampshire
EBFM Governance – Aussie style Tony Smith CSIRO Marine Research

Ecosystem Indicators, a bouillabaisse of ideas

Marie-Joelle Rochet  IFREMER
Kerim Aydin NOAA Fisheries Service, Alaska Fisheries Science Center
Patricia Livingston NOAA Fisheries Service, Alaska Fisheries Science Center
Jason Link NOAA Fisheries Service, Northeast Fisheries Science Center

Tuesday: Functional Relationships, Models

Functional relationships and decision tools for EAF: Evaluating environmental, ecosystem, and anthropogenic impact Villy Christensen UBC Fisheries Centre
Functional Relationships Michael Fogarty NOAA Fisheries Service, Northeast Fisheries Science Center
EBFM and modeling Beth Fulton CSIRO Marine Research
Overview of multispecies and ecosystem models

Jeremy Collie

University of Rhode Island

Wednesday: Data-Information, Council Needs, Social Science Needs

Ecosystem data and information needs Patrick Sullivan Cornell University
Mid-Atlantic Fisheries Management Council current management needs Tom Hoff Mid-Atlantic Fishery Council
Ecosystem-based support tools for fisheries management: Gulf Council needs as case histories Steven Atran Gulf of Mexico Fishery Council
Robert Shipp University of South Alabama
Data needs for ecosystem management, South Atlantic Council Myra Brouwer South Atlantic Fishery Council
Vishwanie Maharaj South Atlantic Fishery Council
Towards EBFM: Trends, emerging issues and data needs

Chad Demarest

NOAA Fisheries Service, Southeast Fisheries Science Center

Social Science Data & Analytical Needs

Ecosystem Approaches to Fishery Management: - A Mandate for Integrated Assessments Rita Curtis NOAA Fisheries Service, Office of Science and Technology
Assessing Stakeholder Attitudes Toward Ecosystem Management Kristy Wallmo NOAA Fisheries Service, Office of Science and Technology
Ecosystem Management: Facts, Fiction, or Fantasy And Something About Menhaden Jim Kirkley College of William & Mary, Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences
Economics of Ecosystem Change Doug Lipton University of Maryland
Decision Models and Ecosystem Management David Tomberlin NOAA Fisheries Service, Southwest Fisheries Science Center
A General Equilibrium Ecology/Economy Model Applied To An Alaskan Marine System John Tschirhart
David Finnoff
University of Wyoming

Thursday: Talking Points for Working Groups

Indicators
Data-Information Needs
Functional Relationships
Models
Science Supporting Governance Systems
Social Science Needs

Friday: Plenary, Report from Working Groups, Recommendations

Indicators
Data-Information Needs
Functional Relationships
Models
Science Supporting Governance Systems
Social Science Needs