Myfish symposium-AR

Scientific programme




Click on the session titles and convenor names below for session descriptions, abstracts and convenor profiles.

Click on the keynote speaker names for speaker profiles and information.


Session 1: Introductory session

Keynotes: Pamela Mace (New Zealand Ministry for Primary Industries) and Poul Degnbol (Aalborg University, Denmark)

PRESENTATIONS: Pamela Mace, Poul Degnbol


Session 2: Science and management in a societal setting

Conveners: Barrie Deas (NFFO), Anna Rindorf (DTU-Aqua) and Robert Stevenson (DFO) 

PRESENTATIONS: Jennifer Bailey

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Session 3: Identifying trade-offs and conflicting objectives

Conveners: Rudi Voss (CAU) and Phil Levin (NOAA)

Keynote: Sean Pasco (CSIRO)

PRESENTATIONS: Sean Pascoe, Anna Rindorf, Sarah Gaichas, George Tserpes, Paz Sampedro, Morten Vinther, Alexander Kempf, Stephanie Mahevas

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Session 4: Incorporating knowledge on trade-offs and conflicting objectives into decision making

Convener: Cathy Dichmont (CSIRO) and Niels Hintzen (IMARES)

Keynote: André Punt (University of Washington)

PRESENTATIONS: Andre Punt, Anna Rindorf, Polina Levontin, John Mumford, Katell HamonPaul Dolder, Clara Ulrich

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Session 5: Targets and limits in a variable world

Convener: Jim Thorson (NOAA) and Olivier Thebaud (Ifremer)

Keynote: Coilin Minto (GMIT)

PRESENTATIONS: Coilin Minto, Lotte Worsøe Clausen, Noel Cadigan, Kenneth PattersonLuis A Cubillos, Manuel Hidalgo, Francois Bastardie, Stuart Reeves, James T Thorson, Raul Prellezo

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Session 6: Practical implementation of targets and limits: institutional frameworks which deliver

Convener: Petter Holm (UiT) and Ernesto Penas-Lado (EC)

Keynote: Anthony Charles (Saint Mary's University Halifax)

PRESENTATIONS: Anthony CharlesTess Geers, Simon Dedman, Adrian Linnane, Ignacio PayaMarkus Knigge, Liane Veitch

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flagsThe research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7 /2007-2013) under grant agreement no 289257. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the European Union cannot be held responsible for any use which maybe made of the information contained therein.