Sixth National SCS Workshop (2018)

January 17-19, 2018 - San Diego, CA

The Sixth National Meeting of the Scientific Coordination Subcommittee (SCS) of the Council Coordination Committee was hosted by the Pacific Fishery Management Council on January 17-19, 2018 in San Diego, California.  The theme of the Sixth National SCS was "The Use of Management Strategy Evaluation to Inform Management Decisions Made by the Regional Fishery Management Councils.”

Proceedings

Agenda and Meeting Notice

MP3 Files (Meeting Recordings)

Background Materials

Subtheme 1:  Use of MSEs in Evaluating and Modifying Harvest Control Rules

Subtheme 2:  Estimating and Accommodating Uncertainty

Subtheme 3:  Adjusting Harvest Control Rules (HCRs) in Changing Environments/Non-Static Maximum Sustainable Yield (MSY)

Invited Speaker Presentations

Subtheme 1:  Use of MSEs in Evaluating and Modifying Harvest Control Rules

Subtheme 2:  Estimating and Accommodating Uncertainty

Subtheme 3:  Adjusting Harvest Control Rules (HCRs) in Changing Environments/Non-Static Maximum Sustainable Yield (MSY)

Poster Abstracts

General Presentations

Agenda Item 1.1 - Example Applications from Each Region

Agenda Item 1.2 - Clarifying Objectives, Incorporating Stakeholder input, and Social/Economic Evaluation

Agenda Item 1.3 - Role of MSEs in Informing and Advancing Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management

  • Introduction to Session Topic and Focus Questions: EBFM Definition. Galen Johnson, Michael Harte, Cameron Speir. (Powerpoint Presentation, one slide)

Agenda Item 2.3 - SSC Communication of Uncertainty and Risk in Management Decision-Making

Agenda Item 3.1 - Modifying HCRs and MSY to Adapt to Regime Shifts and Long-Term Drift in Stock Productivity