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Session 2. FIS Topic Session
Ecosystem-based approaches for the assessment of fisheries under data-limited situations

Co-Convenors: Yukimasa Ishida (Japan), Gordon H. Kruse (U.S.A.), Patricia Livingston (U.S.A.), Laura Richards (Canada), Mikhail Stepanenko (Russia) and Chang Ik Zhang (Korea)

The World Summit on the Sustainable Development recommended implementation of the ecosystem-based management by 2010. Achievement of this goal will require holistic assessment and management of fisheries resources and their associated habitat and ecosystems. Therefore, consideration must be given to ecological interactions of target species with predators, competitors, and prey species, bycatch species, interactions between fishes and their habitat, and the effects of fishing on fish stocks and their ecosystems. The challenge associated with implementation of ecosystem-based management is the design of an approach that is capable of capturing the complexity of the system, while at the same time dealing with the varying quality and quantity of available information. The Ecological Risk Assessment for the Effects of Fishing (ERAEF) approach developed by Australia and the Marine Stewardship Council’s Fisheries Assessment Methodology provide two examples of pragmatic approaches. This session encourages contributions that: 1) describe the data and/or information requirements for the application of ecosystem-based assessments, 2) review existing and emerging ecosystem-based assessment methodologies, 3) describe indicators and reference points for these assessments, 4) identify research activities needed for developing an integrated framework for assessments, and 5) discuss indices for evaluating and assessing the ecosystem status and management. Selected oral and poster presentations from this session will be considered to be published in a peer-reviewed journal.

 

Tuesday, October 27, 2009
 

Tony Smith, Alistair Hobday, Shijie Zhou, David Johnson and Keith Sainsbury (Invited)
Ecological risk assessment for fisheries: Applications in Australia and in the Marine Stewardship Council (S2-5976)
(pdf, 1 Mb)

 

Kozo Ishii, Atsushi Yamasaki and Yukimasa Ishida
First Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) ecolabelling of fishery products from marine capture fisheries in Japan (S2-5696)
(waiting for permission)

 

Inja Yeon, Chang Ik Zhang, M.H. Shon, H.J. Whang, Kwangho Choi, J.H. Lee and Yang-Jae Im
Ecosystem–based approach for blue crab stock assessment and management strategies in the West Sea of Korea (S2-5993)
(waiting for permission)

 

Masahi Nishimura, Ken Kobayashi and Yukimasa Ishida
Marine Ecolabel Japan (MEL Japan): New ecolabelling of fishery products from marine capture fisheries in Japan (S2-5695)
(waiting for permission)

 

Jung Hyun Lim, Jae Bong Lee and Chang Ik Zhang
Using size-based indicators to assess the sustainability for IFRAME (S2-5833)
(waiting for permission)

 

Laura Richards
Research requirements for ecosystem-based assessments (S2-5791)
(permission to post denied)

 

Jong Hee Lee, Jae Bong Lee, Chang Ik Zhang, Dong Woo Lee and Dae Soo Chang
Determining indicators and compatible reference points to assess coastal marine ecosystem risks (S2-5966)
(waiting for permission)

 

Chang Ik Zhang and Bernard A. Megrey
A length-based stock assessment framework for data-deficient situations (S2-6004)
(waiting for permission)

 

Kevern Cochrane and Yimin Ye (Invited)
Using ecological indicators in the context of an ecosystem approach to fisheries for data-limited fisheries (S2-5990)
(permission to post denied)

 

Paul Spencer, Olav Ormseth, Anne B. Hollowed and Patricia Livingston
Analyzing the vulnerability of fish stocks in the North Pacific Ocean (S2-5974)
(waiting for permission)

 

Jon Schnute et al.
Ecosystem models: Can we trust ourselves? (S2-5903)
(waiting for permission)

 

Chang Seung and Chang Ik Zhang
Multi-attribute utility function approach to developing socio-economic indicators for Alaska fisheries (S2-5653)
(waiting for permission)

 

Yongjun Tian, Hideaki Kidokoro and Tadanori Fujino
Interannual-decadal variability of demersal fish community in the Japan Sea: Impacts of climate regime shifts and trawl fishing with recommendations for ecosystem-based management (S2-5624)
(pdf, 1 Mb)

 

Sukgeun Jung, Young Shil Kang, Dong-woo Lee, Young-Sang Suh, Sukyung Kang and Yeong Gong
Climate-driven ecosystem shifts indicated in fishery catch statistics from Korean coastal waters over 1968-2008 (S2-5612)
(pdf, 1 Mb)

 

Dohoon Kim and Chang Ik Zhang
Developing socioeconomic indicators for an ecosystem-based fisheries approach (S2-5630)
(waiting for permission)

 

Réka Domokos
Environmental effects on forage and longline fishery performance for albacore (Thunnus alalunga) in the American Samoa Exclusive Economic Zone (W5-5570)
(pdf, 3.5 Mb)

 
 
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