UW Aquatic & Fishery Sciences

Quantitative Seminar

Winter 2007 Schedule


Speaker & Topic

12 Jan

Dave Fluharty, UW School of Marine Affairs

Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act [MSA] Reauthorization: What Difference Does it Make?


19 Jan

Tim Essington, UW Aquatic & Fishery Sciences

Using and Abusing Ecopath Models


26 Jan

Bill Clark & Ray Webster, International Pacific Halibut Commission

An embarrassment of data: trying to reconcile tagging, survey, and assessment estimates of halibut abundance


2 Feb

Eli Gurarie, UW Quantitative Ecology & Resource Management

The role of heterogeneity in modeling animal dispersal

PosterR code for poster

9 Feb

no quantitative seminar in favor of the

SAFS Graduate Student Symposium

University of Washington, 207 Anderson Hall (map)

9am - 5pm, with reception following

more information available at the GSS  website

16 Feb

André Punt, UW Aquatic & Fishery Sciences

Estimating sustainable export levels for an endangered coral reef fish: The example of the humphead wrasse


23 Feb

Suresh Sethi, UW Aquatic & Fishery Sciences

The interaction between poaching and management policy choice affect marine reserves as conservation tools


2 Mar

Alex Zerbini, National Marine Mammal Lab, Alaska Fisheries Science Center

A Bayesian assessment of the humpback whale stock in the western South Atlantic Ocean


9 Mar

Gaku Ishimura, UBC Fisheries Economics Research Unit

Estimation of Spatial Fisheries Values of the North Pacific