UW Aquatic & Fishery Sciences

Quantitative Seminar

Winter 2010 Schedule


Speaker & Topic

8 January

Meaghan Darcy, University of British Columbia

Deriving species specific abundance information form aggregated commercial catch and effort statistics


15 January

Liz Atwood, UW Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management

Mesoscale eddies and ichthyoplankton community composition and abundance in the Gulf of Alaska


22 January

Tracey Smart, UW School of Aquatic & Fishery Science / Alaska Fisheries Science Center

Alternating environmental states and the early life stages of walleye pollock in the eastern Bering Sea


29 January

Fahad Khalil, UW Department of Economics

Bribery vs. extortion: allowing the lesser of two evils


5 February

Hiroshi Okamura, National Research Institute of Far Seas Fisheries

Statistical analysis for temporal periodicity in fish age validation


12 February

Elizabeth Moffitt, Alaska Fisheries Science Center

The design and implications of marine protected areas for mobile species


19 February

Jeff Laake, Alaska Fisheries Science Center

Abundance Estimation of Southbound Migrating Gray Whales


26 February

Kerry Naish, UW School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences

Does inbreeding reduce fitness in a natural salmon population? (Or, a geneticist's perspective on generalized mixed models and Bayesian statistics)


5 March

Olaf Jensen, UW School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences

Global changes in surplus production of fish stocks: a preliminary analysis based on stock assessment data


12 March

Kevin See, UW Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management

The effects of replicated observations on population viability analysis