UW Aquatic & Fishery Sciences

Quantitative Seminar

Autumn 2010 Schedule


Speaker & Topic

1 October

Allan Hicks, NOAA Fisheries and UW Aquatic & Fishery Sciences

A meta-analysis of nonlinearity in the relationship between catch-per-unit-effort and abundance in orange roughy (Hoplostethus atlanticus) stock assessments

8 October

Carey McGilliard, UW Aquatic & Fishery Sciences

Can information from Marine Protected Areas be used to inform control rule-based management of small-scale, data-poor stocks?

15 October

Hiroshi Okamura, National Research Institute of Far Seas Fisheries, Japan

Abundance Estimation of Long-Diving whales

22 October

Michael Melnychuk, UW Aquatic & Fishery Sciences

Do fisheries under catch shares better track management targets?

29 October

Tim Essington, UW Aquatic & Fishery Sciences

Quantifying ecological effects from implementing catch share programs in fisheries

5 November

Rick Fletcher, Department of Fisheries, Western Australia

Implementing real ecosystem management is not about building complex models or closures, but managing smarter using risk

12 November

Noble Hendrix, R2 Resource Consultants, Inc

Winter OBAN (Oncorhynchus Bayesian Analysis), a Statistical Life-Cycle Model for Winter-Run Chinook

19 November

André Punt, UW Aquatic & Fishery Sciences

ABCs, ACLs, Analyses and Outputs

3 December

Thomas, E. Helser, NOAA Fisheries

Empirical evidence for biophysical coupling: Short and long term effects of climate variability on the growth rates of marine organisms across diverse taxa

10 December

Josh Lawler, UW School of Forest Resources

Projected Climate Impacts for the Fauna of the Western Hemisphere