ON-DEMAND PRESENTATIONS

Below are the on-demand presentations listed in the World Fisheries Congress 2021 program. The program is subject to change. Please note that only the presenting author is listed in the first iteration of the program. The final program and full details, including co-authors, will be provided in due course.

Every presentation listed in the in-scheduled program will also be made available on-demand.

On-demand presentations will be available in the WFC2021 virtual platform the Saturday prior to the start of the Congress and for 6 months post congress.

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Theme 1 – Sustainable fisheries (assessment, regulation, enforcement)

Theme 2 – Fish and aquatic ecosystems (biodiversity, conservation, ecosystem function, integrated management)

Theme 3 – Fisheries and society (contributions to sustainable development)

Theme 4 – Future of fish and fisheries (innovations in fisheries)

Theme 1 – Sustainable fisheries (assessment, regulation, enforcement)

Caleo, Patrick (Marine Stewardship Council). Using the MSC standard as a tool to improve coastal fisheries. Coastal fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Casauay, Robert Bryan (University of The Philippines Marine Science Institute). Contrasting population patterns of the leopard coral trout, Plectropomus leopardus in two Live-Reef-Fish-for-Food-Trade sites in the Philippines. Coastal fisheries (On-demand).

Honig, Maria (WWF). Accelerating community-led conservation through a global movement. Coastal fisheries (On-demand).

Mizrahi, Meira (Wildlife Conservation Society). Opportunities for Co-Management of Coastal Fisheries in Myanmar’s Rakhine Seascape. Coastal fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Nicolas, Tanguy (Fauna & Flora International). Strengthening small-scale fisheries supply chains through Participatory Market Systems Development. Coastal fisheries (On-demand).

Prasetyo, Andhika (The University of Salford). Development of DNA monitoring procedures for shark and ray trade products in Indonesia. Coastal fisheries (On-demand).

Prince, Jeremy (Biospherics Pty Ltd). Spawning Potential Surveys: A recipe for informing and motivating management reform in coastal fisheries. Coastal fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

RANDRIANJAFIMANANA, Nambinintsoa Tahiry (Blue Ventures Conservation). Developing innovative, integrated and consensual conservation models for engaging people and removing barriers to participating in small scale fisheries management in Madagascar. Coastal fisheries (On-demand).

Cottrell, Richard (National Center for Ecological Analysis, University of California Santa Barbara). Emerging COVID-19 impacts, responses, and lessons for building resilience in the seafood system. COVID – impact on fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Lynch, Abigail J. (U.S. Geological Survey, National Climate Adaptation Science Center). COVID-19 influences on US recreational angler behavior. COVID – impact on fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Moore, Andy (ABARES). Impact of Covid-19 on Recreational Fishing activity in Australia. COVID – impact on fisheries – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Ogier, Emily (Institute for Marine And Antarctic Studies). Impacts of COVID19 on Australian fisheries production and assessment: shock transmission pathways, innovations and implications for decision support. COVID – impact on fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Phillips, Genevieve (Australian Antarctic Division). Facilitating fisheries collaboration during a pandemic: software for automated random coffee pairings (Poster presentation).

Posadas, Benedict (Mississippi State University). ECONOMIC RECOVERY PATHS OF GULF OF MEXICO SHRIMP FISHERIES. COVID – impact on fisheries (On-demand).

Sánchez Daroqui, Rubén (Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)). Increasing Resilience in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic: a Review of Coping and Adaptation Strategies by the Small-scale Fisheries Sector. COVID – impact on fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Smith, Sarah (Rutgers University). Understanding individual- and fisheries-level factors predicting fishermen’s responses to the COVID-19 pandemic in the Northeast United States. COVID – impact on fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Stokes, Gretchen (University of Florida). COVID-19 pandemic impacts on global inland fisheries. COVID – impact on fisheries – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Sugimoto, Aoi (Japan Fisheries Research and Education Agency). How has the ‘customary nature’ of Japanese fisheries reacted to Covid-19? An interdisciplinary approach. COVID – impact on fisheries – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Aramburu, Mercedes (Universidad de Cádiz). Exploratory implementation of the surplus production model in continuous time (SPICT) for common dolphinfish in the Indian Ocean (Poster presentation).

Baillargeon, Gabrielle (Roger Williams University). Improving the Productivity-Susceptibility Analysis to Assess Data-Limited Fisheries (Poster presentation).

Bessell-Browne, Pia (CSIRO). Overfished stocks: how to assess population status with limited data? Data poor fisheries (On-demand).

Bouch, Paul (Marine Institute). Comparative performance of data-poor CMSY and data-moderate SPiCT stock assessment methods when applied to data-rich, real world stocks. Data poor fisheries (On-demand).

Carella, Ernesto (University of Oxford). Data poor agent-based modelling: the case of the Indonesian deep-water snapper grouper complex. Data poor fisheries (On-demand).

Castello, Leandro (Virginia Tech). A method to estimate past fisheries catch-rates based on fishers’ recall. Data poor fisheries (On-demand).

Chick, Rowan (NSW DPI Fisheries). Strategic planning for fisheries resource monitoring, assessment and management in New South Wales, Australia – Utilising the decision support tool FishPath.. Data poor fisheries – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Crosman, Katherine (University of Washington). The effects of FishPath, a multi-stakeholder decision-support tool, on stakeholder buy-in to management in data-limited fisheries. Data poor fisheries (On-demand).

Danby, Rufus (University of Aberdeen). Estimating and accounting for fish losses under the footrope of a survey trawl: the case of northern shelf anglerfish. Data poor fisheries (On-demand).

Dougherty, Dawn (The Nature Conservancy). FishPath: An Engagement Process, Decision-Support Tool, and Network of Practitioners for Harvest Strategy Development in Data- and Capacity-Limited Fisheries. Data poor fisheries (On-demand).

Gharsalli, Manel (Tokyo University of Marine Science And Technology). Stock assessment for the data-limited common spiny lobster (Palinurus elephas) fishery in Tunisia (Poster presentation).

Green, Madeline (CSIRO). Using environmental DNA to reconstruct target and by-product catch composition for fisheries vessels. Data poor fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Hinchliffe, Charles (University of New South Wales). A novel approach for estimating growth and mortality of fish larvae across fine scales. Data poor fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Holmes, Steven (NIWA). Constructing density surfaces of New Zealand inshore stocks. Data poor fisheries – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Medeiros Leal, Wendell (IMAR Instituto do Mar). A guidance for stock assessment in the Azores based on the ICES MSY framework (Poster presentation).

Omori, Kristen (Virginia Institute of Marine Science, William & Mary). Assessment and management of species complexes in the United States. Data poor fisheries (On-demand).

Ovando, Daniel (University of Washington). Improving Fisheries Stock Assessment through Economics. Data poor fisheries (On-demand).

Ovando, Daniel (University of Washington). Future Directions for Global Fishery Assessment. Data poor fisheries (On-demand).

Pascoe, Sean (CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere). Relationship between efficiency, capacity utilisation and economic performance of vessels and fleets. Data poor fisheries – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Prince, Jeremy (Biospherics Pty Ltd). Back to the Future for the Data-Poor Integration of Everything: Operationalizing Beverton and Holt’s misunderstood concept of Life History Ratios. Data poor fisheries – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Rodriguez Jimenez, Alfredo (University of Magdalena). Reference points estimation in the Colombian Pacific deep sea shrimp fishery: A data-poor fisheries approach. Data poor fisheries (On-demand).

Rodriguez Jimenez, Alfredo (University of Magdalena). Using morphometric characteristics in Nephropsis aculeata (Smith, 1881) to estimate size at sexual maturity: A data-poor fisheries approach. Data poor fisheries (On-demand).

Stacy, Brett (University of Tasmania, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Australian Antarctic Division). Detecting the presence of mis-reported catch through stock assessment diagnostics. . Data poor fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Tallman, Ross (Fisheries and Oceans Canada). Many stocks – few data: Data poor methods deployed to assess Canadian Arctic stocks. Data poor fisheries – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Alger, Brett (NOAA/NMFS/Office of Science and Technology). 21st Century Fisheries Monitoring: Expanding emerging data collection tools and analytics to support next-generation stock assessments and real-time management. Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Antelo, Luis T. (Marine Research Institute (IIM-CSIC)). Artificial Inteligence Techniques for Real-Time Monitoring of Fishing Catches: The iObserver. Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Bailleul, Frederic (SARDI). Spatially explicit data in South-Australian Abalone Fishery: a crucial need for a better understanding of stock dynamics. Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Barkai, Amos (OLSPS). Olrac Integrated Electronic Monitoring and Reporting solution: A novel, affordable and effective approach to the Monitoring, Control, and Surveillance of commercial fishing operations. Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries (On-demand).

Benoît, Hugues (Fisheries and Oceans Canada). A unified framework for the development and statistical assessment of catch monitoring programs. Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Bonar, Scott (University of Arizona). The American Fisheries Society Standard Methods for Sampling North American Freshwater Fishes Project: Overview, Design and Use. Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Brigden, Katie (University of The Highlands and Islands (NAFC Marine Centre)). How fisher self-sampling can enhance pelagic fisheries data collection. Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Clarke, Thomas (Flinders University). Revealing the spawning behaviour and activity of Yellowtail Kingfish from accelerometer loggers. Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Clegg, Tom (Institute of Marine Research). A simulation approach to assessing bias in a fisheries self-sampling programme. Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Escalle, Lauriane (The Pacific Community). Can echo-sounder data from drifting Fish Aggregating Devices (dFADs) help manage the largest fishery in the world? Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Evans, Karen (CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere). Connectivity of tuna and billfish species targeted by the Australian Eastern Tuna and Billfish Fishery with the broader Western Pacific Ocean. Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Faunce, Craig (NOAA). Identifying periods of potential scale tampering aboard at-sea catcher processors in the North Pacific (Alaska). Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries (On-demand).

Faunce, Craig (NOAA). Forecasting fisheries monitoring efficiency and effectiveness in Alaska. Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries (On-demand).

Faunce, Craig (NOAA). Better faster cheaper? Real lessons from replacing fishery observers with technology in the North Pacific. Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Hall, Karina (NSW Department of Primary Industries). Application of anomaly detection methods from ‘big data’ analytics to identify, quantify and assess the influence of errors in fisheries-dependent data. Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Han, Deok (Mississippi State University). System Design Considerations for a Robust Marine Electronic Monitoring (EM) System. Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Leitao, Pedro (IPMA). Fishing activities in the Gorringe bank, a Portuguese Marine Protected Area . Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries (On-demand).

Ma, Xingjun (The University of Melbourne). Automated Detection of Anomalous Fishing Activities from Fisheries Catch-and-Effort Data. Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Markey, Yolande (PIRSA). Quantifying weight of catch for quota purposes in a high volume small Pelagic Fishery. Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Miller, Ian (National Marine Fisheries Service). Electronic Technologies in the United States Atlantic Pelagic Longline Fishery. Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries (On-demand).

Pastoors, Martin (Pelagic Freezer-trawler Association). Opportunities and challenges in making fisheries responsible for monitoring: comparing self-sampling approaches in pelagic fisheries. Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Petrolo, Emma (Macquarie University). Stock structure and effective population size of the commercially exploited Gummy shark. Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Rogers, Troy (SARDI). Quantifying post-release survival of snapper (Chrysophrys auratus; Sparidae) using acoustic telemetry and estimating fishing mortality in a multi-sector fishery. Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Sporcic, Miriana (CSIRO). Improving fishery independent surveys using fishery dependent data. Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Tilley, Alexander (Worldfish). Big data for small-scale fisheries. Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries (On-demand).

Vidal, Tiffany (The Pacific Community). Monitoring abundance trends in skipjack tuna from the tropical purse seine fishery using observer reports and FAD buoy data. Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Wouters, Julia Magdlena (University of Aberdeen). Electronic Monitoring as a low-cost scientific asset for fisheries management. Fisheries monitoring in support of sustainable fisheries (On-demand).

Acharya, Debaditya (CSIRO). Fishing for anomalies: Machine learning approaches to detect anomalous behaviour by fishing vessels. Illegal fishing – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Cote, David (Fisheries and Oceans Canada). Social-ecological management results in sustained recovery of an imperiled salmon population. Illegal fishing – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Lee, Yi-Jou (National Taiwan Ocean University). The catch compositions of trawler in coastal and offshore waters off Taiwan inferred from data mining analysis. Illegal fishing (On-demand).

Mackay, Mary (CSIRO). The Intersection Between Illegal Fishing, Crimes at Sea, and Social Well-Being. Illegal fishing – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Mkuchu, Jovice (Fish Inspector). TRADE MEASURES TO DETER ENTRY OF ILLEGALLY CAUGHT FISHERIES PRODUCTS INTO MARKETS IN TANZANIA. Illegal fishing (On-demand).

Oyanedel, Rodrigo (University of Oxford). Evaluating the trade of legal and illegal fish. Illegal fishing (On-demand).

Oyanedel, Rodrigo (University of Oxford). Motivations for (non-) compliance with rules and regulations by small-scale fishers. Illegal fishing – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Pormon, Miah Maye (UP Visayas-Tacloban College). Challenges and Social Acceptance on the Adoption of the Raft Method Technology among Oyster Farmers in Western Visayas. Illegal fishing (On-demand).

Purbayanto, Ari (IPB University). Sinking of Foreign Fishing Boats Perpetrators of IUU Fishing: Rules and Weak Prevention Measures. Illegal fishing (On-demand).

Wilcox, Chris (CSIRO). Estimating illegal fishing from enforcement officers. Illegal fishing. Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

De Sousa, Emily (University of Guelph). Values, challenges, and opportunities for resilience presented by alternative seafood networks. Indigenous fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday 23 September.

Disspain, Morgan (Niche Environment and Heritage). Djenj Mankarre: Bininj Fishing Past, Present and Future. Indigenous fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Kitolelei, Salanieta (The University of the South Pacific). Gems of time – Tales of fisherwomen and their local ecological knowledge – Fiji. Indigenous fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Labatt, Chepkemboi (Ulster University). Traditional Heritage Knowledge (THeK) enhances sea turtle conservation in Pemba Island, Tanzania and Kwale County, Kenya. Indigenous fisheries (On-demand).

Lee, Emma (Swinburne University of Technology). Social impacts through cultural fishing rights and economies. Indigenous fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Loban, Frank (James Cook University). Adoption of a new community-endorsed harvest strategy for the Torres Strait bêche de mer fishery. Indigenous fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Miller, Del (PIRSA). Recognising Aboriginal Fishing Rights in South Australian Fisheries Policy and Management . Indigenous fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Murphy, Nicole (CSIRO). Torres Strait futures, adapting modern management to traditional fishing and community values. Indigenous fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Nowland, Samantha (Northern Territory Government). From wild harvest fishery to aquaculture: Community-driven tropical rock oyster aquaculture for Aboriginal economic development. Indigenous fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Reid, Andrea (The University of British Columbia). “Two-Eyed Seeing”: An Indigenous framework to transform fisheries research and management. Indigenous fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Santos Lobato Martins, Mariana (Oceanographic Institute, University Of São Paulo). Traditional fishing territories encompassed by a mosaic of coastal protected areas: the case of Barra do Una community in the Brazilian Atlantic forest. Indigenous fisheries (On-demand).

Silvano, Renato (Universidade Federal Rio Grande do Sul). ‘Putting knowledge on the map’: fishers’ mapping indicates potential hotspots for fish reproduction, migration and fisheries in two tropical rivers. Indigenous fisheries (On-demand).

Slabb, Kyle (Tweed Byron Local Aboriginal Land Council). Forging our seat at the table in fisheries management. Indigenous fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Stacey, Natasha (Research Institute for The Environment and Livelihoods, Charles Darwin University). Realising the livelihood benefits of a culturally aligned Indigenous commercial fishing enterprise in the Northern Territory, Australia. Indigenous fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Tallman, Ross (Fisheries and Oceans Canada). Merging quantitative scientific and indigenous traditional ecological knowledge in the assessment of small data limited community based fisheries. Indigenous fisheries (On-demand).

Villamil, Carlos (GIZ Colombia). Agreements for sustainable use and exploitation between ethnic communities and authorities in Colombia’s Caribbean marine protected areas through good fishing practices within the framework of Integrated Coastal Zone Management (Poster presentation).

Bailey, Michael (U.S.Fish and Wildlife Service). Measuring effectiveness in restoration fisheries – Part I:  Habitat restoration in a complex world with American Shad (Alosa sapidissima) as a model. Monitoring and management of freshwater-dependent fish and fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Bice, Christopher (SARDI). Connectivity and migration of a recreationally important riverine fish in hydrologically distinct regions of its range. Monitoring and management of freshwater-dependent fish and fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Cheshire, Katherine (Regional NSW DPI Fisheries). Fish functional guilds for water management strategies: can grouping species enhance water efficiency planning? Monitoring and management of freshwater-dependent fish and fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Cooke, Steven (Carleton University). What can systematic reviews tell us about the failures of freshwater interventions? A critical yet forward-looking perspective. Monitoring and management of freshwater-dependent fish and fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Dassow, Colin (University of Missouri). Experimental demonstration of catch hyperstability from habitat aggregation, not effort sorting, in a recreational fishery. Monitoring and management of freshwater-dependent fish and fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Elliott, Vittoria (Worldfish). Measuring the impact of fisheries management and conservation actions in a biodiverse and productive inland fishery. Monitoring and management of freshwater-dependent fish and fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Farzadkhoo, Maryam (University of New South Wales). Attracting juvenile Australian bass and silver perch into Tube Fishway. Monitoring and management of freshwater-dependent fish and fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Fredberg, Josh (SARDI). River regulation influences habitat use and movement of Murray cod (Maccullochella peelii) in a large, lowland river. Monitoring and management of freshwater-dependent fish and fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

King, Alison (Australian Society for Fish Biology). Environmental water requirements for fishes in northern Australia: The Daly River, Northern Territory. Monitoring and management of freshwater-dependent fish and fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Leahy, Susannah (Queensland Department of Agriculture And Fisheries). Using otolith chronology to quantify the effects of freshwater flow on growth rates of juvenile barramundi and inform water resource development in the Gulf of Carpentaria, Australia. Monitoring and management of freshwater-dependent fish and fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Little, Stuart (Murray-Darling Basin Authority). Bringing together environmental flows, threat mitigation and habitat restoration in Australia’s Murray-Darling Basin. Monitoring and management of freshwater-dependent fish and fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Mohammadi Darestani, Mitra (Otago University). Implications of landlocking for genetic diversity and whitebait species. Monitoring and management of freshwater-dependent fish and fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Paukert, Craig (Missouri Coop. Fish/Wildlife Research Unit). Developing a riverine sampling protocol to meet stakeholder needs: a critical first step in monitoring restoration efforts. Monitoring and management of freshwater-dependent fish and fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Swanepoel, Pieter Johannes (Free State Department Of Agriculture And Rural Development). Biological characteristics of the African sharptooth catfish, Clarias gariepinus, in South Africa’s largest impoundment. Monitoring and management of freshwater-dependent fish and fisheries (On-demand).

Wilke, Nathan (United States Fish and Wildlife Service). Measuring effectives in restoration fisheries – Part II:  Overcoming challenges in large scale, multi-species propagation and supplementation programs. Monitoring and management of freshwater-dependent fish and fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Ye, Qifeng (SARDI). Flow influence on salt wedge dynamics and black bream (Acanthopagrus butcheri) recruitment in the Coorong estuary, Australia. Monitoring and management of freshwater-dependent fish and fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Zampatti, Brenton (CSIRO). A local perspective on a global issue: the decline of a mega-fish (Murray cod Maccullochella peelii) in the River Murray, Australia. Monitoring and management of freshwater-dependent fish and fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

A’mar, Teresa (NIWA). A comparison of the Management Strategy Evaluation approach and the “short-cut” approach for Aotearoa New Zealand scampi stocks. Management strategy evaluation and harvest strategies – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Blamey, Laura (CSIRO). Robust revision of the redleg banana prawn (Penaeus indicus) harvest strategy under increasing environmental uncertainty. Management strategy evaluation and harvest strategies – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Butterworth, Doug (University of Cape Town). Management Procedures – why has implementation been so slow? Management strategy evaluation and harvest strategies – Concurrent Session 4 – Thursday, 23 September.

Coates, Julia (California Department of Fish & Wildlife). Incorporating management strategy evaluation in California’s state-managed fisheries: challenges faced, lessons learned, and prospects for the future. Management strategy evaluation and harvest strategies (On-demand).

de Moor, Carryn (University of Cape Town). Thirty years on: Is MSE worth it?  Learning from the South African story. Management strategy evaluation and harvest strategies (On-demand).

De Oliveira, Jose (CEFAS). Conducting Management Strategy Evaluations in Europe. Management strategy evaluation and harvest strategies – Concurrent Session 4 – Thursday, 23 September.

Doering, Kathryn (Caelum Research Corporation). Management strategy evaluation made operational with Stock Synthesis. Management strategy evaluation and harvest strategies (On-demand).

Hillary, Richard (CSIRO). A revised rebuilding strategy for Southern bluefin tuna: integrating fishery, gene tagging, and close-kin mark-recapture data into a hybrid empirical and model-based Management Procedure. Management strategy evaluation and harvest strategies – Concurrent Session 4 – Thursday, 23 September.

Linnane, Adrian (SARDI). 25 years of quota management in a spiny lobster fishery: lessons learned from a harvest strategy perspective. Management strategy evaluation and harvest strategies – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Little, Rich (CSIRO). Development and evaluation of a multi-species harvest strategy in the Australian Southern and Eastern Scalefish and Shark Fishery. Management strategy evaluation and harvest strategies – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Mazur, Mackenzie (Gulf of Maine Research Institute). Using Management Strategy Evaluation to Understand the Effects of Climate Change and Stock Assessment Misspecifications on Gulf of Maine Cod. Management strategy evaluation and harvest strategies (On-demand).

McGarvey, Richard (SARDI). Fishery quota setting made easier. Management strategy evaluation and harvest strategies – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Peterson, Cassidy (Southeast Fisheries Science Center, NOAA Fisheries). Management strategy evaluation of the internationally exploited coastal sandbar shark within the United States. Management strategy evaluation and harvest strategies (On-demand).

Punt, Andre (University of Washington). Management Strategy Evaluation –what is next? Management strategy evaluation and harvest strategies – Concurrent Session 4 – Thursday, 23 September.

Tengvall, Jessica (University of Bergen). How natural mortality shapes fisheries reference points: inference from an age-structured population model. Management strategy evaluation and harvest strategies (On-demand).

Tommasi, Desiree (UCSC Institute of Marine Sciences, NOAA SWFSC). Deriving climate informed, management relevant port-level economic performance metrics for a management strategy evaluation of North Pacific albacore tuna. Management strategy evaluation and harvest strategies (On-demand).

Arlinghaus, Robert (Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries in the Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V.). Five steps for policy reform in recreational fisheries. Recreational fisheries – Concurrent Session 4 – Thursday, 23 September.

Arlinghaus, Robert (Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries in the Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V.). The battle of natural and recreational fisheries selection creates small and shy fish. Recreational fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Aston, Charlotte (University of Western Australia). Recreational fishing impacts in an offshore and deep-water marine park: establishing robust benchmarks of fished species using hybrid frequentist model selection and Bayesian inference. Recreational fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Beckmann, Crystal (SARDI). Understanding how apps can be used as a tool for estimating recreational fishing catch and effort. Recreational fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Bohaboy, Erin (NOAA Fisheries). A Decision Support Tool to Assess Recreational Harvest Slots, Discard Mortality, and Bycatch Accountability in a Multi-Sector Fishery. Recreational fisheries (On-demand).

Cambra, Eléonore (Centre De Formation Et De Recherche Sur Les Environnements Méditerranéens, UMR 5110, Université de Perpignan Via Domitia). Socio-ecological analysis of drivers of CPUE variation related to recreational fishing strategies in support of Marine Protected Areas management. Recreational fisheries (On-demand).

Chong, Lisa (University of Florida). Spatial considerations can determine net socioecological effects of artificial reefs on recreational fisheries and their management. Recreational fisheries (On-demand).

Desfosses, Cameron (Department of Primary Industries & Regional Development). Supplemented roving survey to quantify spatio-temporal recreational fishing effort in an estuarine Ramsar wetland. Recreational fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Embke, Holly (University of Wisconsin – Madison). Fishing for Food: Quantifying Recreational Fisheries Harvest in Wisconsin Lakes. Recreational fisheries (On-demand).

Embke, Holly (University of Wisconsin – Madison). Investigating inland recreational fish harvest contributions to food supply in the United States. Recreational fisheries – Concurrent Session 4 – Thursday, 23 September.

Fowler, Ashley (NSW DPI Fisheries). Recreational fishing objectives and their inclusion in harvest strategies. Recreational fisheries – Concurrent Session 4 – Thursday, 23 September.

Haase, Kevin (Thünen Institute for Baltic Sea Fisheries). Modelling angler behaviour using agent-based models to improve recreational fisheries management. Recreational fisheries (On-demand).

Hyder, Kieran (Cefas). Allocating catches between marine recreational and commercial fisheries. Recreational fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Jeanson, Amanda (Carleton University). Perceived threats to personal wellbeing drive pro-environmental behaviours among recreationists: The case of a recreational fishery in Western Canada. Recreational fisheries – Concurrent Session 4 – Thursday, 23 September.

Jeavons, Toby (Victorian Fisheries Authority). Mandatory and voluntary approaches utilising digital technology and citizen science for better recreational fishery monitoring – GoFishVic and Vic RL Tagging apps. Recreational fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Kaemingk, Mark (Nebraska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, School of Natural Resources, University Of Nebraska). Valuing recreational fisheries according to waterbody size. Recreational fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Kramer, David (Victorian Fisheries Authority). Commercial fishers in Victoria’s last bay and inlet netting fishery are strengthening social licence by enhancing fishery sustainability and forging a unique partnership with recreational sector. Recreational fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Lindley, Jade (The University of Western Australia). Optimising compliance outcomes in recreational fisheries. Recreational fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Lynch, Abigail J. (U.S. Geological Survey, National Climate Adaptation Science Center). The U.S. Inland Creel and Angler Survey Catalog (CreelCat): Development, Applications and Opportunities. Recreational fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Mendiolar, Manuela (The University of Queensland). Estimating recreational catch. Recreational fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Miles, Nathan (NSW DPI (Fisheries)). Reeling in fish numbers: Use of hydroacoustic techniques to provide biomass estimates and improve angler engagement in reservoir based fisheries in NSW. Recreational fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Navarro, Matthew (The University of Western Australia). Incorporating fisher behaviour and social objectives into recreational fisheries management using random utility models. Recreational fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Newton, Tiffany (Women in Recreational Fishing (WIRF)). Opportunities for Women in Recreational Fishing. Recreational fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Nyboer, Elizabeth (Carleton University). Global assessment of marine and freshwater recreational fish reveals mismatch in climate change vulnerability and conservation effort. Recreational fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Paramo, Jorge (Universidad del Magdalena). Marine recreational fishing as alternative for the development of ecological tourism in Magdalena region, Colombian Caribbean. Recreational fisheries (On-demand).

Pope, Kevin (U.S. Geological Survey). Catch and Harvest of Fish by Recreational Anglers in Nebraska:  The Value of a Fishing License. Recreational fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Rogers, Mark (U.S. Geological Survey). Synchrony in angler fishing success across a landscape. Recreational fisheries (On-demand).

Sande, Hege (SLU Aqua, Sweden). Frameless – finding and refining a sampling frame for estimating recreational fisheries. Recreational fisheries (On-demand).

Smallwood, Claire (Department of Primary Industries And Regional Development). Disaggregating statewide recreational fishing surveys to estimate effort and catch at small spatial scales. Recreational fisheries (On-demand).

Tate, Alissa (Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development Western Australia). Validation of species identification between off-site and on-site recreational fishing surveys. Recreational fisheries (On-demand).

Taylor, Stephen (Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development). Integrating survey methods for the ongoing monitoring of a remote, iconic Australian recreational fishery. Recreational fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Tracy, Erin (University of Arizona). AFS Standard Sampling Online Fisheries Database Version 2: Lessons learned and applied to increase use of a simple and effective comparison tool. Recreational fisheries (On-demand).

Zemeckis, Douglas (Rutgers University). Optimizing Management Measures for Marine Recreational Fisheries in the U.S Mid-Atlantic Region. Recreational fisheries (On-demand).

Birkenbach, Anna (University of Delaware). Another Plaice and Time: The Effects of Catch Shares on Targeting and Timing Decisions in the New England Groundfish Fishery. Resource allocation and co-management – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Calderwood, Julia (Marine Institute). Bridging the gap: Analysing stakeholder perceptions of management in Irish demersal fisheries to determine how successful co-management could be achieved. Resource allocation and co-management – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Ishihara, Hiroe (The University of Tokyo). Incorporating science to fisheries management system: Key to success from the case study of Wagu Lobster fisheries, Japan. Resource allocation and co-management – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Jackson, Gary (Department of Primary Industries & Regional Development Western Australia). Stakeholder-Government collaboration in developing cost-effective fishery-independent surveys in rights-based and co-managed fisheries. Resource allocation and co-management – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Jarrett, Annie (NPF Industry Pty Ltd). Collaborating on Co-management: the Northern Prawn Fishery Industry Experience. Resource allocation and co-management – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Jeanson, Amanda (Carleton University). Caught in the middle – the story of Canadas’ wild Pacific steelhead. Resource allocation and co-management – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Jones, Annabel (PIRSA). Allocations – friend or foe. Allocation of fisheries resources in South Australia. Resource allocation and co-management – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

León, Rafael (University of Tasmania). Changes in leasing network of lobster quota in response to stock abundance. Resource allocation and co-management – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Mackinson, Steven (Scottish Pelagic Fishermen’s Association). Paving the yellow-brick road to co-management. Resource allocation and co-management – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

McIlgorm, Alistair (University of Wollongong). Australian fishing rights development – assumptions, experiences and the reality. Resource allocation and co-management – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Rowling, Kevin (Retired). Does giving stakeholders perpetual and tradeable property rights to natural resources always result in sustainable and well managed fisheries? Resource allocation and co-management – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Shanks, Steve (PIRSA). Providing legislative powers to the commercial fishing industry to set management arrangements. Resource allocation and co-management – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Smith, David (AFMA). Evolution of participatory processes in the management of Australia’s fisheries over the last 30 years: drivers and challenges. Resource allocation and co-management – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Szynaka, Monika (Centro De Ciências Do Mar Do Algarve). Fishers, tell us what you’re working with! . Resource allocation and co-management – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Abernethy, Kirsten (Sea Change Consulting). Can Victorian small-scale fisheries secure their future? Small scale fisheries – basket case or benefit basket – Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Arias Schreiber, Milena (University of Gothenburg). Small-scale fisheries in three Nordic countries: struggles in a sea of developmentalist, environmentalist and scientific discourses. Small scale fisheries – basket case or benefit basket – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Barclay, Kate (University of Technology Sydney). Can food localism save small scale fisheries in wealthy economies? Obstacles to sourcing local seafood in Australia. Small scale fisheries – basket case or benefit basket (On-demand).

Bresson, Clement (Australian National University). Indigenous peoples, social enterprise and small-scale fisheries – the case of inshore fisheries in Northern Territory, Australia. Small scale fisheries – basket case or benefit basket – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Delaney, Alyne (Tohoku University). A Sea Change in Japanese Small-scale Coastal Fisheries. Small scale fisheries – basket case or benefit basket – Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Duque, Guillermo (Universidad Nacional De Colombia). Influence of the water level on artisanal fishing production in the Ciénaga Grande de Santa Marta, Colombian Caribbean (Poster presentation).

Klein Lankhorst, Mariëlle (University of Technology Sydney). More to Sea – Portraits of Europe’s and Australia’s small-scale fishers. Small scale fisheries – basket case or benefit basket – Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Krueck, Nils (Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS), University Of Tasmania). Characterizing fishing activities and development opportunities in small-scale fisheries. Small scale fisheries – basket case or benefit basket – Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Mayfield, Stephen (SARDI). An overview of the abalone fishery of South Australia: history, current status and future direction. Small scale fisheries – basket case or benefit basket – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Nakamura, Julia (University of Strathclyde). Legal reflections on the Small-Scale Fisheries Guidelines: building a global safety net for small-scale fisheries. Small scale fisheries – basket case or benefit basket – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Obregón, Clara (Murdoch University). Understanding information-sharing behaviour in a crab fishery using social network analysis. Small scale fisheries – basket case or benefit basket – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Pita, Cristina (Centre for Environmental and Marine Studies (CESAM), University of Aveiro, PortugalCesam, University of Aveiro). Small-scale fisheries in Europe: status, challenges and opportunities. Small scale fisheries – basket case or benefit basket – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Ramirez, Art (ORBCOMM). Integrated Satellite Tracking Technology for Sustainable Artisanal Fisheries. Small scale fisheries – basket case or benefit basket (On-demand).

Smart, Jonathan (SARDI). Informing the structural reform of the South Australian Marine Scalefish Fishery. Small scale fisheries – basket case or benefit basket – Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Smart, Jonathan (SARDI). Conceptual development of a decision-making framework to determine a tiered management approach for a multi-species fishery. Small scale fisheries – basket case or benefit basket – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Barber-o’malley, Betsy (INRAE). Projecting shifts for European diadromous species based on climate change scenarios and dispersal dynamics. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Barceló, Caren (ECS in support of NOAA Fisheries). Projecting the time-scale of initial increase in fishery yield after implementation of marine protected areas. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Berger, Aaron (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration). Incoherent dimensionality in fisheries management: consequences of misaligned stock assessment and ecological boundaries. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Best, John (University of Washington). An index of abundance combining fishery-independent and -dependent observations allowing for spatially varying catchability. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Boschetti, Fabio (CCIRO). (Mal)adapting to climate change: a stylized fishery example. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Bossier, Sieme (DTU Aqua). Integrated ecosystem impacts of climate change and eutrophication on main Baltic fishery resources. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Botsford, Louis (University of California). Effects of the spectrum of environmental variability on fish population dynamics and fishery management. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Brodie, Christopher (Liverpool John Moores University). eDNA approach in pelagic fish monitoring: Have Atlantic Blue Fin Tuna returned to British waters? Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Carruthers, Tom (Blue Matter Science). Method Evaluation and Risk Assessment (MERA): an accessible Management Strategy Evaluation tool for improving fisheries management. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Chaloupka, Milani (Ecological Modelling Services Pty Ltd). Inferring causal impact of policy interventions using Bayesian state-space structural time series modelling of counterfactual predictions. Stock assessment and modelling – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Cope, Jason (Northwest Fisheries Science Center, NOAA Fisheries). Modelling an integrated data-limited to data-rich assessment framework using the Stock Synthesis Data-Limited (SS-DL) tool. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Correa, Giancarlo M. (Oregon State University). Accounting for spatial and temporal variability in somatic growth improves age composition and stock assessment estimates. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Cronin-Fine, Lee (University of Washington). Comparing a Numerical Integration Method for Constructing Size-Transition Matrices with Other Construction Methods. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Curin Osorio, Sandra (UTAS). Accounting for uncertainty in key parameters in fisheries harvest control rules. Stock assessment and modelling – Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Denson, LaTreese (NOAA). Using spatiotemporal models and sea surface temperature at varying spatiotemporal scales to inform species abundance and spatial distribution trends: A King mackerel case study. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Dichmont, Catherine (Cathy Dichmont Consulting). Stock Assessment Toolbox: Collating stock assessment packages in one place. Stock assessment and modelling – Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Dowling, Natalie (CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere). The fishery improvement toolbox: are digital tools making management science more accessible? Stock assessment and modelling – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Emery, Timothy (Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment). Developing a typology of fishing practices and operations within an Australian pelagic longline fishery. Stock assessment and modelling – Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Emery, Timothy (Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment). Developing a new non-hierarchical clustering framework for defining fishing practices within commercial fisheries. Stock assessment and modelling – Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Fisch, Nicholas (University of Florida). Assessing Alternatives to the Multinomial for Fitting Composition Data within Stock Assessment using a Spatially Explicit Simulation Operating Model. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Goethel, Daniel (NOAA, Alaska Fisheries Science Center). Where do you think you’re going? Accounting for age- and time-varying movement in spatially-explicit tag-integrated stock assessment models. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Gross, Julie (Virginia Institute of Marine Science). Semiparametric modeling of environmental effects on recruitment. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Hillary, Richard (CSIRO). Incorporating Close-Kin Mark-Recapture data in stock assessment models: the southern bluefin tuna experience. Stock assessment and modelling – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Kenyon, Robert (Csiro Oceans and Atmosphere). Fishery-independent indices of prawn recruitment and adult abundance inform stock assessment in a MSC certified prawn fishery (Poster presentation).

Kuriyama, Peter (NOAA SWFSC). Density-dependent and cohort-specific growth in Pacific sardine (Sardinops sagax) estimated through a stock assessment approach. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Liljestrand, Emily (Michigan State University). How Data Quality Influences Model Accuracy in State Space Stock Assessment Modeling. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Longo, Catherine (Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)). The fishery improvement toolbox: are digital tools making management science more accessible? Stock assessment and modelling – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Marshall, Tara (University of Aberdeen). Climate change impacts recruitment rates of North Sea and Irish Sea cod by widening the phenological mismatch. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

McGarvey, Richard (SARDI). Don’t just weigh ‘em, count ‘em. Stock assessment and modelling – Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Medeiros Leal, Wendell (IMAR Instituto do Mar). Small-scale fishing in the Azores: Fleet operation regime and catch composition from 1980 to 2018. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Minte-vera, Carolina (IATTC). Lessons learn from developing a new assessment for yellowfin tuna in the eastern Pacific Ocean. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Olmos, Maxime (Oregon State University). Mapping a fishery: a fully spatial stock assessment for snow crab in the Bering Sea. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Ortega, Kelly (University of Cape Town). Exploring the impact of future environmental scenarios on the South African sardine and anchovy fishery, using a model of intermediate complexity for ecosystems. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Phillips, Genevieve (Australian Antarctic Division). Evaluating growth and estimation of growth parameters in Patagonian toothfish at Heard and McDonald Islands. Stock assessment and modelling Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Poulet, Camille (French National Institute for Agriculture, Food, and Environment (INRAE)). Exploring the effect of dispersal capacities and reproductive strategies on the structure of American shad populations across its native range: an approach based on a mechanistic species distribution model. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Punt, Andre (University of Washington). Can Stock Assessment Science Support Ecosystem Based Fisheries Management? Stock assessment and modelling – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Qazi, Imran (Spatial Vision). Digital transformation of commercial fishing. Stock assessment and modelling – Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Santos, Régis (IMAR Instituto Do Mar). Life-history parameters as possible discriminators of commercial fish and shellfish populations in Azorean waters. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Siple, Margaret (NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center). Ensuring clarity, transparency, and continuity for a web-based app about marine mammal bycatch. Stock assessment and modelling – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Smith, James (UCSC/NOAA). Sardine in the California Current: spatially-explicit models exploring impacts of climate change. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Stawitz, Christine (NOAA/National Marine Fisheries). The Fisheries Integrated Modeling System, a new modular paradigm for fisheries stock assessment software. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Thomson, Robin (CSIRO). Close kin mark recapture for school shark in southern Australia. Stock assessment and modelling – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Thorson, James (Alaska Fisheries Science Center). Predicting recruitment density dependence and intrinsic growth rate for all fishes worldwide using a data-integrated life-history model. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Townsend, Howard (Noaa/nmfs/ost). Multi-Species Surplus Production Modeling Software: A Data-Limited Approach for Evaluating Species Interactions. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Vaughan, Nathan (Vaughan Analytics (in support of NOAA SEFSC)). A decision support tool for evaluating management alternatives in the context of stock assessment projections. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Vincent, Matthew (NOAA). Stock assessment of the largest tuna fishery: skipjack tuna in the western central Pacific Ocean. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Waterhouse, Lynn (Minnesota Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research / University of Minnesota). Improving age composition estimates: Evaluating a Bayesian method for estimating ages from spines with vascularized cores. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Wilberg, Michael (University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science). Spatial population dynamics of eastern oyster in the Chesapeake Bay, Maryland. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Xu, Haikun (IATTC). Spatiotemporal modeling of length-specific catch and effort data for yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) in the eastern Pacific Ocean. Stock assessment and modelling (On-demand).

Ziegler, Philippe (Australian Antarctic Division). Spatial explorations of the stock assessment model for Patagonian toothfish (Dissostichus eleginoides) at Heard Island and McDonald Islands in the Southern Indian Ocean. Stock assessment and modelling – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Elliott, Vittoria (Worldfish). Insertion of inland fish through operationalization of the SDGs. Sustainable Development Goals (On-demand).

Harrison, Ian (Conservation International). Inland Fisheries in the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework. Sustainable Development Goals (On-demand).

Ledesma, Anne Brigette (University of The Philippines Visayas). Chemotactic behavior of hatchery-reared blue swimming crab Portunus pelagicus larvae (Poster presentation).

Lynch, Abigail J. (U.S. Geological Survey, National Climate Adaptation Science Center). Inland fish and fisheries integral to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Sustainable Development Goals (On-demand).

Macfarlane, Alastair (Ministry for Primary Industries). Meeting Sustainable Development Goal Target 14.6 – Agreement in the World Trade Organization to prohibit harmful fisheries subsidies. Sustainable Development Goals – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

McNeill, Asha (Minderoo Foundation). Drawing a global roadmap to sustainable fisheries. Sustainable Development Goals – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Nurani, Tri Wiji (IPB University). Sustainable Tuna Fisheries Management Model in the Indian Ocean (FMA 573). Sustainable Development Goals – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Phang, Sui (The Nature Conservancy). ‘Circular governance’ for holistic freshwater use: using the SDGs to integrate policy, ecosystems and ecosystem services. Sustainable Development Goals – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Robertson, Ashley (George Mason University). A Quantitative Comparison of Public Investment and Economic Impact in Inland and Marine Fisheries in the coastal and Great Lakes U.S. Sustainable Development Goals (On-demand).

Tickler, David (Minderoo Foundation). Governing national waters: steering fisheries towards achieving SDG 14.4. Sustainable Development Goals – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Tuda, Paul (Leibniz Centre For Tropical Marine Research). Racing Against Time: Progress and challenges in Reporting the Sustainable Development Goal Indicator14.4.1 in East Africa. Sustainable Development Goals – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Walker, Jessica (Fauna & Flora International). What is “destructive fishing”? Using consensus-based expert review to define a key fisheries and conservation policy term. Sustainable Development Goals (On-demand).

Baldigo, Barry (U.S. Geological Survey). A Clean Air Act success story: Evidence of biological recovery in previously acidified lakes and streams of New York State, USA. Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Basheer, V S (ICAR-National Bureau of Fish Genetic Resources). Assisted captive breeding make a way for recovery of a critically endangered species Hemibagrus punctatus (Jerdon, 1849) endemic to River Cauvery, in the Western Ghats. Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks (On-demand).

Boenish, Robert (Environmental Defense Fund). The global rise of crustacean fisheries. Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 22 September.

Ebner, Brendan (Tropwater, James Cook University). How do you do? – Context and frequency for grunters flipping objects to access benthic prey. Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Elsdon, Travis (Chevron). Role of oil and gas structures in supporting fish and fisheries: are these ‘skyscrapers of the sea’ playing a habitat enhancement role. Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Faruque, Hasan (Yokohama National University). Vulnerability assessment for the Hilsa (Tenualosa ilisha) and it’s data-limited bycatch species from Hilsa gillnet fishing of Bangladesh. Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Ferguson, Gregory (SARDI). From boom to bust and back again – recovery of the South Australian surf clam (Donax deltoides) fishery and the contribution from collaborative, fishery-independent, spatially explicit monitoring. Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Ferretto, Giulia (UNSW). Understanding the factors that promote healthy ecosystem functions of the endangered seagrass Posidonia australis. Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Friedman, Kim (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations). Characterization of extinction concern for life below water as compared to life on land. Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Hazen, Elliott (NOAA Fisheries). Assessing bycatch in U.S. fisheries to aid management prioritization. Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Henríquez, Luis (Instituto De Fomento Pesquero). Linking small-scale aquaculture of ecosystem engineers to both habitat restoration and benthic fisheries: a case of study in southern Chile. Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks (On-demand).

Hunt, Taylor (Victorian Fisheries Authority). The partnership approach road to recovery of an Australian threatened native freshwater fish species – Macquarie perch. Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 22 September.

Jones, Ieuan (University of Aberdeen). Disentangling the effects of fishing and environmental change on fish species richness in the North Sea. Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Lees, Samantha (Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)). Bycatch, endangered species interactions, and habitat impacts improvements in MSC certified fisheries. Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks (On-demand).

Marsden, Tim (AFPS). Fish passage through a cone fishway on the Stung Pusat river a major tributary of the Tonlé Sap lake, Cambodia. Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

P R, Divya (ICAR National Bureau of Fish Genetic Resources). An integrative approach to assess the fish and shellfish diversity in the Ramsar region of Kerala State, India (Poster presentation).

Paramo, Jorge (Universidad del Magdalena). The recovery of a poor-data fishery without control: the case of shallow water shrimp fishery in the Colombian Caribbean. Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Paramo, Jorge (Universidad del Magdalena). Conservation Strategies for Potential New Deep-Sea Crustacean Fisheries in the Caribbean under an Ecosystem Approach. Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Russell, Angela (University of Adelaide). Determining spatial distribution and migration to support management of an exploited species in NSW: an otolith chemistry study. Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Sanjeev Kumar, Murali (ICAR-National Bureau of Fish Genetic Resources). ICAR-NBFGR, National Repository of Fish cell lines: In the service of aquaculture research and development. Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Simonin, Paul (Cornell University). Hurricanes, fishing, and Queen Conch sustainability in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Smith, Kimberley (Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development). Demographic changes in western Australian salmon after a major reduction in exploitation. Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Smith, David (AFMA). What could Australia’s total sustainable wild fisheries production be? Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Smith, Jennifer (University of Tasmania). Can we trust Southern Rock Lobsters to control range-expanding, habitat-destroying Longspined Sea Urchins in Tasmania? Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Vigo Fernandez, Maria (Institute of Marine Sciences). Evaluating the Recovery of Overexploited Demersal Resources in a No-Take Marine Reserve with Non-Invasive Remotely Operated Vehicles. Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Witte, Andrew (Rhodes University). Perlemoen abalone ranching and stock enhancement: what is the status? Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks (On-demand).

Zhou, Shijie (CSIRO). Sustainable fisheries with sustainable biodiversity. Sustainable fisheries – recovering and overfished stocks – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Theme 2 – Fish and aquatic ecosystems (biodiversity, conservation, ecosystem function, integrated management)

Aquino, Jon Irish Legaspi (College of Public Health, Medical, and Veterinary Sciences, James Cook University). Intensification of the Redclaw (Cherax quadricarinatus) Industry: The Importance of Sperm Quality and Male Fertility to Productivity. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Ara, Motia (University of Otago). Morphological and genetic differences between landlocked and migratory common smelt populations on Chatham Island. Biology and ecology – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Arkhipkin, Alexander (Fisheries Department, Falkland Islands). ‘Achilles heel’ within the life cycle: how the high seas fishery contributes to over-exploitation of abundant pelagic squid resources. Biology and ecology – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Baker, Krista (Fisheries and Oceans Canada). The difficulties of assessing Northern Short-finned Squid off Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada and ideas for moving forward. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Bangura, Paul (University of Helsinki). Investigating the link between vgll3 genotype and aggressive behaviour in juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Basheer, V S (ICAR-National Bureau of Fish Genetic Resources). Breeding culture of indigenous ornamental barbs of the Western Ghats for conservation and trade. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Berg, Florian (Institute of Marine Research). Dynamics of young herring (Clupea harengus) and sprat (Sprattus sprattus) populations along the coastal Skagerrak margins of the North Sea. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Berg, Florian (Institute of Marine Research). Early life growth is affecting timing of spawning in the semelparous Barents Sea capelin (Mallotus villosus). Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Bohaboy, Erin (NOAA Fisheries). An Assessment of Sampling Strategies for Estimating Fish Growth from Fishery-dependent Biological Samples. Biology and ecology – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Caballero-Huertas, Marta (University of Girona). A holistic view of emerging stressors in European sardine’s condition and health status. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Chan, Zong-han (National Taiwan University). Interactive effects of allometric energy and temperature on larval growth rates for two subtropical reef fishes. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Chemshirova, Irina (Falkland Islands Fisheries Department). Temperature effects on size, maturity, and abundance of the squid Illex argentinus (Cephalopoda, Ommastrephidae) on the Patagonian Shelf. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Chiang, Chun-i (National Taiwan Ocean University). Seasonal movement patterns of the bigfin reef squid Sepioteuthis lessoniana predicted using statolith δ18O values. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Day, Ryan (University of Tasmania). The impact of exposure to a seismic survey on juvenile and puerulus Southern Rock Lobster Jasus edwardsii (Decapoda:Palinuridae). Biology and ecology – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Day, Jeremy (UON/UOW). Dietary analysis and mesocosm feeding trials confirm the Eastern Rock Lobster, Sagmariasus verreauxi as a generalist predator which can avoid ingesting urchin spines during feeding.. Biology and ecology – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Dorant, Yann (University Laval). Development and application of advanced genomic tools to the lobster fishery in Canada. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Dos Anjos, Marcelo Rodrigues (Federal University of Amazonas/universidade Federal Do Amazonas – Ufam). The effect of environmental gradients over the fish assemblages in Lower Roosevelt River Sub-basin, Amazon Southwest, Brazil. (Poster presentation).

Durante, Erica (University of South Australia). Growth and age of octopus in Australasia. Biology and ecology – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Graham, Caroline (North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission). Effective multi-jurisdictional ocean science collaboration in a rapidly changing world through the International Year of the Salmon initiative. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Grammer, Gretchen (SARDI). Broad-scale egg surveys help to refine stock structures of small pelagic fishes off south-eastern Australia. Biology and ecology – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Hall, Karina (NSW Department of Primary Industries). Stock status assessments of octopuses harvested by commercial fisheries in eastern Australia. Biology and ecology – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Hanamseth, Roshan (UNSW). Environmental factors influencing variation in Blue Swimmer Crab in south eastern Australia. Biology and ecology – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Hartog-Burnett, Kynan (James Cook University). Ecology of reef based clupeiform affects stock structure. Biology and ecology – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Hewitt, Daniel (University of New South Wales). What makes a Giant Mud Crab run? Biology and ecology – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Hua, Qiaz (University of Adelaide). Phylogeographic and morphometric analyses of Australian octopuses. (Poster presentation).

Hua, Qiaz (University of Adelaide). Advancing techniques in proteomics to understand species response to environmental change: a case study with octopus. Biology and ecology – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Kim, Hee-Jin (Nagasaki University). Effects of light wavelength and intensity on larval settlement in the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Kingsford, Michael (James Cook University). Coral reef based clupeids grow fast and die young. Biology and ecology – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Koefoed, Inigo (Murdoch University). Variation in the catchability of penaeid prawns (shrimps) in sub-tropical embayments. Biology and ecology – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday.

Kolbusz, Jessica (University of Western Australia). Changes in Panulirus cygnus settlement along Western Australia using a long time series. Biology and ecology – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Lloret-Lloret, Elena (Institut de Ciències del Mar (ICM-CSIC)). Small pelagic fish fitness relates to local environmental conditions and trophic variables. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Mayfield, Stephen (SARDI). Diving into fisher experience: Do new entrants and fleet turnover depress catch rates in abalone (Haliotis laevigata and H. rubra) fisheries. Biology and ecology – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Moustahfid, Hassan (NOAA). Ecological-Fishery Forecasting of Squid Stock Dynamics under Climate Variability and Change: Review, Challenges, and Recommendations. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Nesa, Nur Un (James Cook University). Developing biomarkers for fertility in female redclaw crayfish to boost commercial production. Biology and ecology – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Nilsen, Cecilie Iden (University of Bergen). Acoustic telemetry reveals differences in migrational patterns of adult wild and hatchery salmon. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

O’Hare, Jessica (Macquarie University). Sydney rock oyster genomics: stock structure, disease resistance and selective breeding. Biology and ecology – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Papatheodoulou, Magdalene (University of Glasgow). The effects of stress on adult Atlantic salmon prior to spawning on the viability of their offspring. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Pierce, Graham (Instituto De Investigaciones Marinas (CSIC)). Long-term abundance trends in European cephalopods. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Randall, Jessica (Memorial University of Newfoundland). Forage fish as a predator: summer and autumn diet of Atlantic herring in Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Saul, Steven (Arizona State University). Evaluating the status of Indonesian deepwater snapper and grouper fishery stocks using a model ensemble approach. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Sedanza, Mary Grace (Nagasaki University). Partial purification of a settlement inducing conspecific cue in adult shells of Pacific Oyster Crassostrea gigas. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Sheikh, Maryam (University of Sindh, Jamshoro). Effect of Water Flow on the Morphological Characters of Ichthyofauna at the Indus River Downstream. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Surma, Szymon (University of Alaska Fairbanks). Norwegian spring-spawning herring: a key forage fish. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Taiwo, Iyabode (Federal University of Agriculture). Sex Reversal, Growth Performance and Haematological Parameters of Ecotype Cichlid Tilapia ‘Wesafu’ using Carica papaya and Telfairia occidentalis Seeds. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Taiwo, Iyabode (Federal University of Agriculture). Sex Reversal, Growth Performance and Haematological Parameters of Oreochromis niloticus using Carica papaya and Telfairia occidentalis Seeds. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Tuffley, Emma-Jade (The University of Western Australia). Not putting all your eggs in one basket: catchability is affected by the reproductive cycle in female western rock lobsters. Biology and ecology – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Tuzan, Audrey (University Malaysia Sabah). Spawning cycle of wild marble goby Oxyeleotrus marmorata from Likas Bay, Sabah, Malaysia. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Watson, Maggie (Charles Sturt University). Stop stressing me out! Measuring stress and health in the Murray crayfish. Biology and ecology – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

White, Lydia (University of New Brunswick). Can we use American lobster settlement density to predict future fishery recruitment in Atlantic Canada? Biology and ecology – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Willse, Nathaniel (University of Maine). An assessment of vertical line use in the Gulf of Maine region American lobster fishery and resulting conservation benefits for the endangered North Atlantic right whale. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Yang, Jian (Freshwater Fisheries Research Center, Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences). Multi element/stable Isotope and geometric morphometric profiles of Chinese mitten crab Eriocheir sinensis from different geographical origins. Biology and ecology (On-demand).

Adao, Ana (University of Strathclyde). Estimating quantities of discards – a case study of demersal fish bycatch from the Firth of Clyde prawn fishery (West of Scotland). By-catch, habitat and depredation (On-demand).

Barkai, Amos (OLSPS). A novel, spatially based, real-time software solution for the avoidance of “choke” bycatch species. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Barnes, Tom (NSW DPI). Characterising seabird vessel attendance and interactions associated with demersal ocean finfish trawling. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Boussarie, Germain (MNHN). Survival of discarded invertebrates from bottom trawling fisheries in the Bay of Biscay. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Camilieri-Asch, Victoria (Queensland University of Technology). An integrative approach to understand and manage negative interactions between Galapagos sharks and charter fishers at Lord Howe Island (Poster presentation).

Carmody, Harrison (BMT Commercial Australia). Shark depredation in a commercial trolling fishery in sub-tropical Australia. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Carrington, Victoria (Victoria University of Wellington). Assessing the impact of fisheries bycatch on the southern lanternshark, Etmopterus granulosus, an abundant deep-sea shark. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Cleeland, Jaimie (Australian Antarctic Division). Combined risk and quantitative assessment approach to Southern Ocean fisheries bycatch: Deep water skates (Bathyraja spp.) in the Patagonian toothfish fishery as a case study. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Coulson, Peter (Department of Primary Industries And Regional Development). Effectiveness of deterrents in reducing shark depredation with recreational line fishing. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Deng, Roy (CSIRO). Standardizing catch rates for rare black tiger prawns in the NPF. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Dennis, Joshua (Flinders University). Assessing the effects of non-lethal consumptive activities on a non-target species. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Drymon, Marcus (Mississippi State University and Mississippi-alabama Sea Grant). Depredation in the US Gulf of Mexico: previous work, current projects and next steps. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Earl, Jason (SARDI). Assessing the effectiveness of underwater crackers for reducing the impacts of fur seals on South Australia’s Lakes and Coorong Fishery. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Evans, Scott (DPIRD, WA). Quantifying demersal trawl footprints for improved reporting of fishery and seabed interactions; a Western Australian third-party certification case study. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Fauconnet, Laurence (IMAR / University of Azores). Is it possible to avoid deep-water sharks in the Azores hook-and-line fisheries? By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Fennell, Hannah (Heriot Watt University). A systematic review quantifying the global effects of static gear: comparing the environmental impact of mobile and static gear on benthic habitats and wildlife (Poster presentation).

Fennell, Hannah (Heriot Watt University). Understanding and removing the barriers hindering the uptake of ghost-fishing mitigating gear technology: a fisher choice experiment. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Fielding, Joshua (Australian Fisheries Management Authority). Modern tools for an old challenge – The evolution of seabird management in Australia’s Longline Fisheries. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Gibson, William (Fisheries New Zealand). Increasing Coverage in Inshore Fisheries, not as Simple as Cameras on Boats. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Gilman, Eric (Pelagic Ecosystems Research Group). Transitioning from piecemeal to integrated fisheries bycatch management to account for cross-taxa conflicts. By-catch, habitat and depredation Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Hoel, Kristin (James Cook University). The social dimensions of shark depredation on Queensland fisheries. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Jabado, Rima (Elasmo Project). Minimizing bycatch of seabirds and sea turtles in West African industrial fisheries. By-catch, habitat and depredation (On-demand).

Jones, Colin (International Pacific Halibut Commission). Impact of depredation on the International Pacific Halibut Commission fishery-independent setline survey. By-catch, habitat and depredation -Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Lear, Karissa (Murdoch University, Harry Butler Institute). Post-release mortality and physiological stress response of large coastal sharks in a commercial longline fishery. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Macdonald, Paul (Scottish Fishermen’s Organisation). The development and trial of a digital by-catch avoidance tool in the west of Scotland. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Marshall, Tara (University of Aberdeen). Skipper’s experiences using a digital bycatch avoidance tool on the west of Scotland. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

McConnaughey, Bob (NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center). Choosing best practices for managing impacts of bottom trawling on seabed habitats and biota. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Mitchell, Jonathan (Queensland Government, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries). A global perspective on shark depredation: future research priorities and lessons learnt from research in Western Australian fisheries. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Nakiyende, Herbert (NARO-NaFIRRI). Can light fishing co-exist in the Lake Albert multi-species fisheries?. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Noell, Craig (SARDI). Quantifying the footprint of an Australian penaeid-trawl fishery to support ecological sustainability and eco-certification requirements. By-catch, habitat and depredation Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Roberson, Leslie (University of Queensland). Not all boats are equal: Understanding variations in catch and bycatch among individual operators to improve environmental performance of fisheries. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Scales, Kylie (University of The Sunshine Coast). Fisheries bycatch risk is intensified in Lagrangian coherent structures: new insight from a high-resolution, data-assimilative Regional Ocean Modeling System. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Verutes, Gregory (University of Santiago De Compostela). Using GIS and stakeholder involvement to innovate marine mammal by-catch risk assessment in data-limited fisheries. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Wong, Darren (Deakin University). Age, growth and maturity of Southern Ocean skates (Bathyraja spp.) from the Kerguelen Plateau. By-catch, habitat and depredation – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Arnold, Sarah (University of Manitoba). Using Inuit knowledge to explore Arctic Charr migratory habitat in Nunavut. Climate change (On-demand).

Beckmann, Crystal (SARDI). ENSO driven fluctuations in a small-scale South Australian prawn trawl fishery . Climate change – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Bolin, Jessica (University of The Sunshine Coast). Forecasting swordfish quality in a climate-change hotspot: a tool for dynamic industry adaptation. Climate change – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Bonar, Scott (University of Arizona). Statement of World Aquatic Scientific Societies on the Need to Take Urgent Action against Human-Caused Climate Change, Based on Scientific Evidence. Climate change – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Brodie, Stephanie (University of California Santa Cruz). Exploring timescales of predictability in species distributions. Climate change (On-demand).

Cathro, Lou (Australian Fisheries Management Authority). Industry participation in environmental data collection to adapt to the impacts of climate change on fisheries: Is it possible? Climate change – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Chust, Guillem (AZTI – Marine Research Division). Null models for attribution analysis of fish distribution shifts to climate change. Climate change (On-demand).

Cote, David (Fisheries and Oceans Canada). Using movement, diet and genetic analysis to understand Arctic Charr responses to ecosystem change. Climate change – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Crook, David (La Trobe University). Environmental drivers of recruitment in a tropical estuarine fishery: monsoonal effects and vulnerability to water resource development. Climate change – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Cummins, Gabrielle (UWA).  Ocean Accounts; their use, advantages, disadvantages and real-world application. Climate change – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Darnaude, Audrey (CNRS (MARBEC, Montpellier)). Advancing concepts and methods in marine connectivity research to strengthen resource management frameworks: the SEA-UNICORN COST Action.. Climate change – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Elliott, Vittoria (Worldfish). Impact of climate change on the Cambodian inland fishery – does the future look bleak?. Climate change – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Erauskin, Maite (FUNDACION AZTI). The influence of climate change and fishing pressure in global top predator abundance and body size in the future. Climate change (On-demand).

Fabrizio, Mary (Virginia Institute of Marine Science). The extent of seasonally suitable habitats may limit forage fish production in a temperate estuary. Climate change (On-demand).

Ferrari Ramalho, Debora Cristina (Fisheries Ecosystems Laboratory – Oceanographic Institute USP). Governance mapping as a tool to identify paths for fisheries adaptation to climate change: a case-study in the South Brazil Bight. Climate change (On-demand).

Fowler, Anthony (SARDI). Recruitment variability for Snapper in South Australia – complications for population dynamics and fishery management. Climate change – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Fulton, Beth (CSIRO, Centre for Marine Socioecology, University of Tasmania). Adaptation of fisheries management to climate change. Climate change – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 24 September.

Hartog, Jason (CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere). Application of Species Distribution Models for management of tuna species using real time data and seasonal and decadal forecasts. Climate change – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Hobday, Alistair (CSIRO). Preparing fisheries for the critical decade. Climate change – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Holland, Owen (Deakin University). Ocean warming threatens key biotic interactions supporting a commercial fishery in a climate change hotspot. Climate change – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Jessen, Henrik Høiberg (University in Bergen). Evolutionary responses of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) to concurrent fisheries and climate stressors. Climate change – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Kleisner, Kristin (Environmental Defense Fund). Identifying pathways to building resilience in marine fisheries with differing capacities and contexts. Climate change – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Koh, Patricia (University of Melbourne). Fish in hot water: how do warmer and drier conditions impact trout growth and productivity? Climate change – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Martinho, Filipe (Centre for Functional Ecology, University of Coimbra). Influence of climate variations on the Portuguese local and coastal fish landings over the last 20 years. Climate change – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Matić-Skoko, Sanja (Institute of Oceanograpy and Fisheries). Inter-annual variability in juvenile densities and year-class strength for certain economically important and exploited fish species in the Adriatic Sea. Climate change (On-demand).

Matis, Paloma (Sydney Institute of Marine Science). Long term monitoring of larval fishes around Australia; trends, highlights and opportunities. Climate change – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Mayne, Benjamin (CSIRO). Non-lethal age estimation of three threatened fish species using DNA methylation: Australian lungfish, Murray cod, and Mary River cod. Climate change – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

McLeay, Lachlan (SARDI). Spatial and temporal variations in female size at maturity of a Southern Rock Lobster (Jasus edwardsii) population: a likely response to climate change. Climate change – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Mei, Jie (University of Washington, Seattle). Video-based Hierarchical Species Classification for Longline Fishing Monitoring. Climate change – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Mellin, Camille (University of Adelaide). Direct and indirect impacts of marine heatwaves on a coral reef fishery. Climate change – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Morato, Telmo (University of The Azores). Climate-induced changes in the suitable habitat of cold-water corals and commercially important deep-sea fishes in the North Atlantic. Climate change – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Morrongiello, John (University of Melbourne). Marine extremes: assessing the impact of marine heatwaves on the growth and behaviour of coastal fishes. Climate change – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Moullec, Fabien (Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research). Rebuilding and projecting Mediterranean marine resources under climate change. Climate change (On-demand).

Moustahfid, Hassan (NOAA). Advances in Fisheries Science Through Emerging Observing Technologies. Climate change (On-demand).

Muhling, Barbara (University of California – Santa Cruz). Predicting species distributions under increasingly novel environmental conditions: a marine heatwave test-case for the California Current System. Climate change – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Ng, Zhong Wang Clement (University of Melbourne). Drivers of latitudinal variation in snapper growth along the east and west coasts of Australia. Climate change – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Nicolle, Patrick (UNSW). Environmental drivers of growth in an estuarine top predator: a 39 year biochronological study. Climate change – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Nyboer, Elizabeth (Carleton University). Social-ecological feedbacks in fishing communities adapting to climate change in the Lake Victoria basin of East Africa. Climate change – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Oleynik, Haley (University of Delaware). Long-Term Shifts in the Fish and Macroinvertebrate Community in a North American Estuary. Climate change (On-demand).

Ong, Joyce (Nanyang Technological University). Recruitment dynamics among groundfish covary consistently over four decades at multiple timescales. Climate change (On-demand).

Peterson-Williams, Megan J. (Ocean Conservancy). The heat is on: Gulf of Alaska Pacific cod and climate-ready fisheries. Climate change (On-demand).

Plaganyi, Eva (CSIRO). Extreme science: when variable fisheries become even more variable. Climate change – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Randall, Joanne (Charles Darwin University). Drivers of productivity in blackspotted croaker (Protonibea diacanthus) populations of the Northern Territory. Climate change – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Roberts, Brien (Charles Darwin University). Influence of climate on catadromous migration in juvenile barramundi. Climate change – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Rogers, Mark (U.S. Geological Survey). Effects of climate and land-use changes on fish catches across lakes at a global scale. Climate change – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Sasaki, Minami (University of Adelaide). Modelling the future distribution range and growth performance of coral reef fishes in the context of climate change and species interactions using a Dynamic Energy Budget approach. Climate change – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Sauer, Warwick (Rhodes University, South Africa). Enhancing climate change resilience in the Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem: a case study of the small pelagic fisheries. Climate change – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Scales, Kylie (University of The Sunshine Coast). Sub-surface ocean variables from multi-decade coupled climate reanalysis enable skilful forecasting of tuna and billfish distributions over seasonal to inter-annual timescales. Climate change – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Sgarlatta, Paula (UNSW). Similar changes in fish functional diversity through space and time in temperate reefs undergoing tropicalisation. Climate change – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Silva, Goncalo (MARE-ISPA). The influence of global changes on the biology and dynamics of small pelagic fishes. Climate change – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Slarke, Steven (Jacobs). SARFIIP Pike Floodplain, Pike River and Tanyaca Creek Fishways: Comparing Fishway Hydraulic and Biological Designs against Site Sampled Fish Data. Climate change – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Smith, Laurel (NOAA Fisheries). Climate change, fish and fisheries: how climate change may be driving regime shifts and fish condition. Climate change (On-demand).

Spillman, Claire (Bureau of Meteorology). Seasonal forecasting for decision support in marine fisheries and aquaculture in Australia under a changing climate. Climate change – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Urrea Mariño, Ulsía (Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi). Fishermen in Mexico and Cuba, challenges and opportunities in the face of Climate Change. Climate change – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Vaughan, Louise (Marine Institute / Galway Mayo Institute of Technology). Impacts of climate change on commercial fish stocks in Irish waters. Climate change – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Wang, Hui-yu (National Taiwan University). Rising temperature drives divergent effects on life histories and population growth rates for Indo-Pacific fishes. Climate change (On-demand).

Werner, Cisco (NOAA National Marine FIsheries Service). Climate and marine ecosystem variability on sub-seasonal to seasonal (S2S) time scales. Climate change – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Willington, Sarah (University of Melbourne). Does size diversity matter? Exploring the portfolio effect in size-at-age data in commercially fished species. Climate change – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Willis-Norton, Ellen (University of California Santa Cruz). The Impact of Climate Change on Metabolism, Hatching Success, and Viability of Lingcod Eggs (Ophiodon elongatus) in the California Current System. Climate change (On-demand).

Wolfe, Barrett (University of Tasmania). Mechanisms underpinning the climate-driven range extension of snapper (Chrysophrys auratus) into southeast Tasmania. Climate change – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Wootton, Henry (Arthur Rylah Institute). Fishing and climate synergies drive rapid and varied trait change in fish populations: a multigenerational experimental approach. Climate change – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Wuellner, Melissa (University of Nebraska at Kearney). Changes in Aquatic Communities of Reservoir Coves Following Reconnection due to Flooding. Climate change (On-demand).

Yang, Wen-Hsi (The University of Queensland). Environmental-Based Quantitative Assessments: A Case Study of the East Coast Spanner Crab and Snapper Fisheries. Climate change – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Allan, Hugh (Centre for Applied Water Science, University of Canberra). Remote sensing for freshwater conservation – it makes sense! Conservation – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Armstrong, Asia (University of Queensland). Reef manta rays forage on tidally driven, high density zooplankton patches in Hanifaru Bay, Maldives. Conservation – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Boys, Craig (NSW Department of Primary Industries). Fish Screens Australia – A Catalyst for Improving the Way Water is Diverted in Australia for the Benefit or Fish and Farmers. Conservation – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Carvalho, Felipe (Virginia Tech). Fishing gear selectivity of fish traits in coral reefs off northeastern Brazil. Conservation (On-demand).

Chandran, Rejani (ICAR-National Bureau of Fish Genetic Resources). Spatial variation in shape morphometry of Mugil cephalus Linnaeus 1758 from Indian waters. Conservation (On-demand).

Lear, Karissa (Murdoch University, Harry Butler Institute). Sawfish lifeboat springing a leak? Harnessing twenty years of ecological research to guide sustainable water resource management. Conservation – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Leigh, Sandra (University of Adelaide). Spatial ecology of an imperilled freshwater megafish over scales appropriate to life history and longevity. Conservation – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Lutz, Maiko (Monash University). Assessing recovery and conservation success using the IUCN Green Status of Species in a workshop setting: a case study for Australian freshwater fish. Conservation – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Magoro, Mandla Leon (South African Institute for Aquatic Biodiversity). The current distribution of non-native Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) in the Limpopo and Mpumalanga Provinces  – Implications for Mozambique tilapia conservation and South Africa’s fish farming industry. Conservation – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Panero, Marta (James Cook University). Gorgonian corals and their significance as ecological engineers for marine fishes and invertebrates. Conservation – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Saha, Atal (Stockholm University). Monitoring genetic diversity in Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus) using whole genome sequencing. Conservation – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Simeon, Benaya (Fisheries Resource Center of Indonesia). Rhino-Ray Fisheries in the Biggest Shark Fishing Nation. Conservation (On-demand).

Alizadeh Ashrafi, Tannaz (The Arctic Univeristy of Norway, Uit). Intra and inter-temporal effort allocation and profit maximizing strategy of the trawl fishery. Ecosystem-based fisheries management (On-demand).

Añasco, Cherry Pilapil (University of The Philippines Visayas). CHARACTERIZATION OF COASTAL AND FISHERIES TOURISM IN SMALL ISLANDS AS SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS. Ecosystem-based fisheries management (On-demand).

Astles, Karen (NSW Fisheries). Using ecological risk assessment to contribute to harvest strategy development. Ecosystem-based fisheries management – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Barkai, Amos (OLSPS). OlracRTI: A complete and novel approach that considers biological, ecological and economic effects in wide-ranging Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management. Ecosystem-based fisheries management (On-demand).

Berghuis, Andrew (Aquatic Biopassage Services). Refining fish passage objectives for more effective fishway designs. Ecosystem-based fisheries management – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Burnett, Matthew (University of Kwazulu-natal). FISHTRAC: A tool to monitor the ecological consequences of multiple stressors to fisheries remotely and in real-time. Ecosystem-based fisheries management – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Cannard, Toni (CSIRO Oceans & Atmosphere). Stretching fisheries harvest strategies across the triple bottom line: a deep dive review. Ecosystem-based fisheries management – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Cucuzza, Marina (NOAA). Evaluating the theoretical and practical linkages between ecosystem-based fisheries management and fisheries co-management . Ecosystem-based fisheries management – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Datta, Samik (NIWA). A size-structured approach to modelling species in the Chatham Rise ecosystem. Ecosystem-based fisheries management – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Elliott, Vittoria (Worldfish). Can EBFM be applied through Community Lead co-management? Ecosystem-based fisheries management – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Fletcher, Rick (UN- Food and Agriculture Organisation). How to implement the concepts of ESD, EPBC, IFM, EBFM and MSC into the governance systems of a fisheries agency and not get indigestion? Ecosystem-based fisheries management – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Holmes, Lauren (PIRSA). Utilising integrated management during the assessment of applications for aquaculture development in South Australian State waters. Ecosystem-based fisheries management – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Hutton, Trevor (CSIRO). A revision of the grand Northern Prawn Fishery bio-economic model: including every prawn stock. Ecosystem-based fisheries management – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Karp, Melissa (ECS Tech, in support of NOAA Fisheries). Global examination of successes, challenges, and lessons learned in the application of multispecies models in fisheries management. Ecosystem-based fisheries management – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Knott, Nathan (NSW DPI – Fisheries). The quantification of large-scale systematic changes in rocky reef fish assemblages across the NSW Marine Park system. Ecosystem-based fisheries management -Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Kolding, Jeppe (University of Bergen). Is the observed fishing down process compatible with an ecosystem approach to fisheries? Ecosystem-based fisheries management (On-demand).

Kulatska, Nataliia (Stockholm University, Baltic Sea Centre). Baltic cod predation: mechanisms, impact on prey, implications for fisheries. Ecosystem-based fisheries management (On-demand).

Lam, Mimi E. (University of Bergen). Overcoming EBFM Implementation Challenges: Multi-model Inference of Ecosystem- and Value-based Management Strategy Evaluation. Ecosystem-based fisheries management (On-demand).

Lim, Ai Gaik (Department of Fisheries Malaysia). LONG TERM MONITORING DATA ANALYSIS – A BASIS FOR ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT: CASE STUDY FOR REDANG ISLAND MARINE PARK. Ecosystem-based fisheries management (On-demand).

Marshak, Tony (CSS, Inc. In Support of NOAA’s National Centers For Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS)). Characterizing and Comparing U.S. Marine Fisheries Ecosystems: Successful Factors in Moving Toward Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management. Ecosystem-based fisheries management – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

McWhinnie, Stephanie (University of Adelaide). Measuring, Interpreting and Monitoring Economic Productivity in an Input-Controlled Fishery. Ecosystem-based fisheries management – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Md Repin, izarenah (Department of Fisheries Malaysia). MARINE PARK MALAYSIA: MORE THAN JUST A FISHERY TOOL. Ecosystem-based fisheries management (On-demand).

Morison, Julian (BDO EconSearch). Having a crack at MEY when time, money and data are short. Ecosystem-based fisheries management – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Nkalubo, Winnie (NARO-NaFIRRI). Are small pelagic species the future? Unlocking the economic and nutritional potential of Engraulicypris bredoi and Brycinus nurse in Lake Albert. Ecosystem-based fisheries management (On-demand).

Novaglio, Camilla (IMAS – University of Tasmania). Exploring trade-offs in mixed fisheries by integrating fleet dynamics into multispecies size-spectrum models. Ecosystem-based fisheries management – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Ogier, Emily (Institute for Marine And Antarctic Studies). Reconciling conflict between “triple bottom line” objectives for fisheries management. Ecosystem-based fisheries management – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Opperman, Jeff (WWF). Forgotten Foods.  The critical importance of food from rivers for food security health and sustainable diets. Ecosystem-based fisheries management – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Pascoe, Sean (CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere). Use of Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) to assess fisheries management alternatives in the presence of multiple objectives. Ecosystem-based fisheries management – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Pedreschi, Debbi (Marine Institute). Operationalising IEA for EBFM: learning by doing. Ecosystem-based fisheries management (On-demand).

Reid, David (Marine Institute). WKIRISH: harnessing fisher knowledge. A model route to co-management?. Ecosystem-based fisheries management – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Rogers, Alice (Victoria University of Wellington). The use of size-based models in Ecosystem Based Fisheries Management. Ecosystem-based fisheries management (On-demand).

Scheufele, Gabriela (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)). The use of non-market values in fisheries management: opportunities and challenges. Ecosystem-based fisheries management – Concurrent Session – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday.

Souter, Nick (Conservation International). Building fishing community resilience on Cambodia’s Tonle Sap Lake. Ecosystem-based fisheries management – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Surma, Szymon (University of Alaska Fairbanks). The promise of satoumi for Pacific herring management and conservation. Ecosystem-based fisheries management (On-demand).

Woodruff, Patricia (University of British Columbia). Reservoir fertilization and fishery response in a highly managed reservoir with uncertain flows: ecosystem-based management using decision analysis. Ecosystem-based fisheries management (On-demand).

Ye, Yimin (FAO Of the United Nations). Contrasting fisheries management and resource status between the developed and developing countries. Ecosystem-based fisheries management – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Aguion, Alba (University of Vigo). Does rotational harvest increase the economic performance of Territorial Use Rights for Fishing (TURFs)? Ecosystem-based and integrated ocean management (On-demand).

Bierwagen, Stacy (Australian Institute of Marine Science). Expanding Queensland’s coastal acoustic telemetry array to track broad-scale movements of priority species. Ecosystem-based and integrated ocean management – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Blanchard, Julia (IMAS – University of Tasmania). Early warning signals of fisheries collapse and recovery. Ecosystem-based and integrated ocean management – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Davison, Jade (PIRSA). Utilising aquaculture zone policies for the integrated management of South Australian marine aquaculture development. Ecosystem-based and integrated ocean management – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday 24 September.

Durante, Leonardo (SARDI). Shifting trophic architecture of marine fisheries in New Zealand: implications for guiding effective ecosystem-based management. Ecosystem-based and integrated ocean management – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Elliott, Scott (Yarram Yarram Landcare Network). Restoring Corner Inlet’s seagrass meadows  – a case study for ecosystem regeneration globally. Ecosystem-based and integrated ocean management – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Estevez, Rodrigo (Universidad Santo Tomas). Structured decision making in artisanal fisheries management: using scenario analysis to evaluate social impacts. Ecosystem-based and integrated ocean management (On-demand).

Goldsworthy, Simon (SARDI). The impacts of seal populations on the seafood industry in South Australia. Ecosystem-based and integrated ocean management – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Harvey, Euan (Curtin University). Understanding the Value of Man-made Marine Structures. Ecosystem-based and integrated ocean management – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Haugen, Janne (IBSS Corp/NOAA Fisheries). The multi-multi conundrum of ecosystem-based management; What difference does it make to do EBM? Ecosystem-based and integrated ocean management – Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Holden, Matthew (University of Queensland). Reducing economic and ecological risks caused by harvest decisions based on single-species models. Ecosystem-based and integrated ocean management – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Nyameke, Isaac (Ghana Aquaculture and Fish Network). Why African countries marine fisheries production differ from each other? Ecosystem-based and integrated ocean management (On-demand).

O’Mara, Kaitlyn (Australian Rivers Institute, Griffith University). Movement of fish communities in the Mitchell River catchment and predicted impacts of potential dams. Ecosystem-based and integrated ocean management – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Pedreschi, Debbi (Marine Institute). Mental Modelling with stakeholders to inform Integrated Socio-Ecological Assessment. Ecosystem-based and integrated ocean management (On-demand).

Plaganyi, Eva (CSIRO). Using MICE to quantify trade-offs between fisheries, agriculture production and biodiversity objectives. Ecosystem-based and integrated ocean management – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Quiros, T. E. Angela L. (Hokkaido University, Akkeshi Marine Station). Blue Carbon and Ecosystem Services: a case of small-scale fisheries in mangroves and seagrasses in the Philippines. Ecosystem-based and integrated ocean management (On-demand).

Rubianes-landazuri, Francisco (Universidad San Francisco De Quito). Elevated Mercury concentrations in Yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) from the Galápagos Marine Reserve and Waters off Ecuador. Ecosystem-based and integrated ocean management (On-demand).

Schirmer, Jacki (University of Canberra). When, why and how does going fishing support the wellbeing of fishers? Ecosystem-based and integrated ocean management – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Spillias, Scott (University of Queensland). Modelling the Trade-Offs Between Habitat, Food, Carbon and Profits in an Offshore Seaweed Farm. Ecosystem-based and integrated ocean management – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Stockbridge, Jackson (University of Adelaide). Evaluation of a popular spatial cumulative impact assessment method for marine systems: a seagrass case study. Ecosystem-based and integrated ocean management – Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Turschwell, Mischa (Griffith University). Anthropogenic threats and life-history predicts trajectories of seagrass extent. Ecosystem-based and integrated ocean management – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Vertpre Kirk, Katyana (Arizona State University). Exploring FAD Management in the Eastern Pacific Ocean using an Agent-Based Bio-Economic Model: POSEIDON. Ecosystem-based and integrated ocean management (On-demand).

Vigier, Audric (Queen’s University Belfast). A fisheries simulation model for the Celtic Sea mixed fishery to assess Real-Time Incentives, an innovative Ecosystem-Based Fisheries-Management approach. Ecosystem-based and integrated ocean management – Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Voyer, Michelle (University of Wollongong). Showcasing local fishing stories as a pathway to revitalising primary production in regional communities. Ecosystem-based and integrated ocean management – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Amilhat, Elsa (Université De Perpignan). Anguillicola crassus infection in different ecosystems of the South West European area. (Poster presentation).

Bodnar, Wanda (Thames Estuary Partnership). An integrated GIS-based approach to improve river connectivity within the Greater Thames Estuary? Anguillid eels (On-demand).

De Noia, Michele (University of Glasgow). In-situ non-lethal rapid test to accurately detect the presence of the nematode parasite, Anguillicoloides crassus, in European eel, Anguilla anguilla. Anguillid eels (On-demand).

Dekker, Willem (SLU-Aqua & Sustainable Eel Group). From pest to protected – an account of the development of protection policies for the European eel. Anguillid eels – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Diaz, Estibaliz (FUNDACION AZTI- G48939508). First international assessment of silver eel biomass. Anguillid eels (On-demand).

Fachri, Faridz Rizal (WWF Indonesia). A Risk Based Approach for Assessing the Status of Tropical Glass Eel Fishery in The Southern Part of Western Java, Indonesia. Anguillid eels (On-demand).

Hanzen, Céline (University of Kwazulu-Natal). Slippery customers for conservation: diversity, distribution and spatial ecology of freshwater eels (Anguilla spp.) in South Africa. Anguillid eels – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Hoyle, Simon (NIWA). Spatiotemporal models of longfin eel populations in New Zealand: working towards estimates of long-term trends in spawning escapement. Anguillid eels (On-demand).

Ikedife, David (Hydro Tasmania). Development of downstream passage options for short-finned eels; the Trevallyn dam downstream eel bypass. Anguillid eels – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Koster, Wayne (Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research). Tracking Australian eels to crack the mystery of their oceanic migration. Anguillid eels – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Kwak, Tom (US Geological Survey, NC State University). Ecology and Conservation of the American Eel in the Caribbean Region. Anguillid eels (On-demand).

Potaka, Ben (Te Mana o Ngā Tuna). Te Mana o Ngā Tuna – enhancing tuna through an indigenous world view that prioritises the aspirations of the environment and our tuna. Anguillid eels – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Sugeha, Hagi Yulia (Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI)). Species composition and seasonal abundance of the tropical glass eels genus Anguilla in the Pami Estuary, Western Papua Island, Indonesia. Anguillid eels (On-demand).

Van Wichelen, Jeroen (Research Institute for Nature and Forest (INBO). A small opening for man, a big step forward for European glass eel migration. Anguillid eels (On-demand).

Watanabe, Shun (Kindai University). Spawning migration behavior of Anguilla celebesensis. Anguillid eels (On-demand).

Zaccaroni, Annalisa (University of Bologna). Silvering through biometrics: reproductive potential of different populations of European eel (Anguilla anguilla) from Northern Adriatic Sea, Italy. Anguillid eels (On-demand).

Armstrong, Helen (Victoria University). Habitat use by deep sea chondrichthyans. Environment and fisheries – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Derhy, Ghoufrane (School of Technology Essaouira, Cadi Ayyad University, Morocco). Assessing external environmental drivers for the Chub Mackerel Moroccan fishery. Environment and fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Hyder, Kieran (Cefas). Using pelagic drift and statistical models to identify the drivers of abundance and dynamics of young European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax) as indicators of recruitment. Environment and fisheries (On-demand).

James, Charles (SARDI). Pacific Oyster Mortality Syndrome (POMS):  Oceanographic tools to improve disease surveillance and emergency response. Environment and fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Kleisner, Kristin (Environmental Defense Fund). A foundation for climate-resilient fisheries in the Humboldt Current: establishing a comprehensive coastal ocean observing system in Chile and Peru. Environment and fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Redondo Rodriguez, Ana (SARDI). Oceanographic modelling of South Australian King George Whiting larval pathways. Environment and fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Schilling, Hayden (Sydney Institute of Marine Science). Coastal winds drive a recruitment mechanism for estuarine fisheries. Environment and fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Wiryawan, Budy (IPB University). Towards the establishment of an Offshore Marine Protected Area in the Sulawesi Sea, Indonesia: Results from initial comprehensive assessment. Environment and fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Bartley, Devin (Michigan State University). Non-native species: framework for responsible use and control. Non-native species – impacts and management – Concurrent Session 4 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Dawson, Heather (University of Michigan-Flint). A novel application of Management Strategy Evaluation to optimize management of an invasive parasitic fish in the Laurentian Great Lakes. Non-native species – impacts and management (On-demand).

Leonard, Nancy (PSMFC). The Importance of Collaborative Regional Data Exchanges in Supporting Fisheries Sustainability and Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention. Non-native species – impacts and management – Concurrent Session 4 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Ling, Nicholas (Waikato University). Sniffing out aliens: using scent detection dogs to detect aquatic invasive species. Non-native species – impacts and management – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Madzivanzira, Takudzwa Comfort (South African Institute for Aquatic Biodiversity). Potential ecological and socioeconomic impacts of invasive crayfish in Africa. Non-native species – impacts and management (On-demand).

Mair, Graham (Food and Agriculture Organisation Of The Un). The importance of non-native species in global aquaculture. Non-native species – impacts and management – Concurrent Session 4 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Millington, Mariah (Australian Rivers Institute- Griffith University). Fishing the deep web- illegal trade in an unregulated industry. Non-native species – impacts and management – Concurrent Session 4 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Pegg, Josephine (South African Institute for Aquatic Biodiversity). Invasive fishes in a protected inland water in South Africa: Conflicts, common ground and challenges for management. Non-native species (On-demand).

Sandodden, Roar (Norwegian Veterinary Institute). It is time to do something. Examples of successful eradications of invasive alien fish in Norway using rotenone. Non-native species (On-demand).

Smolders, Sander (Office for Risk Assessment and Research, NVWA). Alien species flourish on fisheries all over the world! Non-native species – impacts and management (On-demand).

South, Josie (The South African Institute for Aquatic Biodiversity). Strategic assessment of the redclaw crayfish (Cherax quadricarinatus) invasion in the Upper Zambezi. Non-native species – impacts and management (On-demand).

Wingfield, Jill (Great Lakes Fishery Commission). Focusing Collaborative Fisheries Management Efforts in the Great Lakes on Invasive Species Management. Non-native species – impacts and management (On-demand).

Woodruff, Patricia (University of British Columbia). Potential effects of invasive Dreissenid mussels on a pelagic freshwater ecosystem: using an ecosystem model to simulate mussel invasion in a sockeye lake. Non-native species – impacts and management (On-demand).

Yick, Jonah (Tasmanian Inland Fisheries Service). European carp in Tasmania: The final stages towards achieving a statewide eradication. Non-native species – impacts and management – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Amelot, Morgane (Ifremer). Channel and North Sea rays stock assessment in a data limited framework. Sharks and rays (On-demand).

Batsleer, Jurgen (Wageningen Marine Research). INNORAYS: Improving our knowledge-base for North Sea rays using ‘Electronic Monitoring’. Sharks and rays – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Bravington, Mark (CSIRO). Close-Kin Mark-Recapture and the stock assessment of sharks. Sharks and rays – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Briones Mendoza, Jesús (Uleam). Aspects biological of the bitter yellowtail shark Alopias superciliosus (Lowe, 1841) and the pelagic fox shark Alopias pelagicus (nakamura, 1935) (Carcharhiniformes: Alopidae) in the ecuadorian South Pacific. Sharks and rays (On-demand).

Cortes, Enric (NOAA/NMFS/SEFSC). Identifying biological reference points and determining stock status for sharks and rays with data-limited methods. Sharks and rays – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

D’alberto, Brooke (James Cook University). The extinction risk for rhino rays (Order Rhinopristiformes) – what we know and what we can do next. Sharks and rays – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Fauconnet, Laurence (IMAR / University of Azores). Deep-sea shark identification manual for fishers: a tool to better document biodiversity and bycatch of those data-poor species. Sharks and rays – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Garces-Garcia, Karla (University of Melbourne/University of Veracruz). Is the Mexican elasmobranch fishery at rising risk? Observed and projected oceanographic changes in the Gulf of California and adjacent Mexican Pacific waters. Sharks and rays – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Gooden, Adrienne (Flinders University). Assessing the effects of non-lethal consumptive use of marine resources on the energy budget of a top predator. Sharks and rays – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Green, Madeline (CSIRO). Trends in stock-structure identification for sharks and rays. Sharks and rays – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Heldsinger, Michael (University of Otago). Investigating shark distribution within Southern NZ marine reserves. Sharks and rays – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Huveneers, Charlie (Flinders University). Can sawfish bycatch within the Northern Prawn Fishery (NPF) be mitigated using an electric field? Sharks and rays – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Huveneers, Charlie (Flinders University). Continental-scale network reveals cross-jurisdictional movements of sympatric sharks. Sharks and rays – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Ichsan, Muhammad (University of Sunshine Coast). Thresher Shark Fisheries in Southwest Aceh Indonesia. Sharks and rays (On-demand).

Jabado, Rima (Elasmo Project). Rhino rays – uncovering the drivers behind their exploitation in data-poor areas. Sharks and rays – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Karnad, Divya (Ashoka University). Beyond fins: Local drivers for declining shark fisheries in India. Sharks and rays – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Kirke, Amy (Charles Darwin University). Reproductive biology of two bycatch shark species in the Northern Territory. Sharks and rays – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Manuzzi, Alice (University of Padova). DNA from historical tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier) jaws suggests the disappearance of a local population off southeastern Australia. Sharks and rays – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Mitchell, Jonathan (Queensland Government, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries). Galapagos shark movement patterns, residency and interactions with fishing vessels at Lord Howe Island, Australia. Sharks and rays – Concurrent Session 3 – Thursday, 23 September.

Raoult, Vincent (University of Newcastle). Predicting habitat range of shark populations from stable isotopes: a case study with great hammerhead sharks (Sphyrna mokarran). Sharks and rays – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Smart, Jonathan (SARDI). Can multi-species shark longline fisheries be managed sustainably using size limits? Theoretically, yes. Realistically, No. Sharks and rays – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Theme 3 – Fisheries and society (contributions to sustainable development)

Brady, Margaret M. (Peg) (NOAA Fisheries Science & Technology). Advancing Ecosystem-based Fisheries Management depends on Effective Engagement Strategies. Communications – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Dankel, Dorothy (Dept. Of Biological Sciences, University of Bergen). Localizing the SDGs for Sustainable Coastal Development: Andøy municipality in Vesterålen, Norway as a science to policy example from the #LoVeSeSDG transdisciplinary project. Communications – Concurrent Session 4 – Thursday, 23 September.

Fausch, Kurt (Colorado State University, USA). For the Love of Rivers: Crossing Boundaries to Reach Diverse Audiences Through Narrative Nonfiction Linked with Video. Communications – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Fuller, Jessica (University of Bergen). Localizing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals for Norway: telling a story about people and places. Communications (On-demand).

Fulton, Beth (CSIRO, Centre for Marine Socioecology, University of Tasmania). A picture is worth a thousand words. Communications (On-demand).

Kadykalo, Andrew (Carleton University). Evaluating Evidence-Informed Policy, Practice, and Decision-Making in British Columbia’s Rainbow Trout Fisheries. Communications – Concurrent Session 4 – Thursday, 23 September.

Lozada, Coral (HRI). Livelihoods in Transition Across the Gulf of Mexico: The Yucatan. Communications – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Manning, Toni (PIRSA). Fishcare Volunteers: Educating the public in Fisheries regulations. Communications – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Mansfield, Elizabeth (Stanford University). Technology Use, Information Sharing, and Access to Climate Change Knowledge in a Small-Scale Fishery of Baja California. Communications (On-demand).

Pastoors, Martin (Pelagic Freezer-trawler Association). Looking back before looking forward: the benefits of historical retrospective analysis in discussing future management options. Communications – Concurrent Session 4 – Thursday, 23 September.

Pecl, Gretta (Centre for Marine Socioecology). Reflections on a decade of climate change communication and engagement using a wide range of approaches with different marine stakeholder groups. Communications – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Pope, Kevin (U.S. Geological Survey). Progression of AFS Standard Methods for Sampling Freshwater Fish in North America. Communications (On-demand).

Rasoloniriana, Rindra (Blue Ventures Conservation).  An innovative, integrated loop involving small-scale fishers at each stage of governance, from data collection to restitution to choosing the best next action – Case of Madagascar LMMAs. Communications – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Scott, Finlay (The Pacific Community). Effective stakeholder engagement and capacity building for developing tuna harvest strategies in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean. Communications – Concurrent Session 4 – Thursday, 23 September.

Uhlmann, Sven Sebastian (VISNED). The twilight zone between science and policy: Decision-making around awarding exemptions from the European Union discard ban. Communications (On-demand).

Zemeckis, Douglas (Rutgers University). Educating Stakeholders on the Science and Management of Marine Fisheries in the U.S. Mid-Atlantic Region. Communications – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Chung, (Alexis) Wing Huen (Curtin University). Novel Snack-Food Products using Australian Finfish Waste: Development, Validation, Viability. Feeding the world – food nutrition, safety and waste – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Dey, Suman (Icar-central Institute of Fisheries Education, Mumbai). Articulating and Computing the Contribution of Fisheries Towards Food Security: A Mixed-Method Approach. Feeding the world – food nutrition, safety and waste (On-demand).

Farmery, Anna (University of Wollongong). Identifying policy best-practice for linking aquatic food and food and nutrition security. Feeding the world – food nutrition, safety and waste – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Gardner, Caleb (Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania). Would we really be starving without aquaculture? Feeding the world – food nutrition, safety and waste – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Gibson, Emily (Charles Darwin University). Coping or adapting? Experiences of food and nutritional insecurity in specialised fishing households in Komodo District, eastern Indonesia. Feeding the world – food nutrition, safety and waste – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Gibson, Emily (Charles Darwin University). Assessment of Indonesia’s policy framework to support gender responsive and nutrition-sensitive small-scale fisheries. Feeding the world – food nutrition, safety and waste – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Haga, Yutaka (Tokyo University of Marine Science And Technology). Development of sustainable aquafeed with microalgae. Feeding the world – food nutrition, safety and waste (On-demand).

Jones, Alice (The University of Adelaide). Climate-smart marine aquaculture: identifying vulnerabilities, leverage points and opportunities for emissions reduction and sequestration. Feeding the world – food nutrition, safety and waste – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Lofstedt, Anneli (University of Aberdeen). Establishing the relationship between fish size and nutritional composition in four commercially important North-east Atlantic species. Feeding the world – food nutrition, safety and waste – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Mills, David (Worldfish). Illuminating Hidden Harvests – novel approaches to better understanding nutrition contributions from marine and inland small-scale fisheries. Feeding the world – food nutrition, safety and waste – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Moniruzzaman, Sheik Md. (Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology). Properties of lizardfish scale collagen films incorporated with pyrogallol and curcumin. Feeding the world – food nutrition, safety and waste – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Muhonda, Park (Church and Society Program). Who benefits from usipa fishery? Mapping the distribution of livelihoods, income, and food benefits along the USIPA value chain. Feeding the world – food nutrition, safety and waste (On-demand).

Namwanje, Mary (Makerere University). Iron deficiency in the first 1000 days of life: Exploration of dietary strategies that need to be employed. Feeding the world – food nutrition, safety and waste (On-demand).

Okuthe, Grace (Walter Sisulu University). Effects of feeding frequency on Mozambique tilapia, Oreochromis mossambicus (Perciformes: Cichlidae). Feeding the world – food nutrition, safety and waste (On-demand).

Okuthe, Grace (Walter Sisulu University). Preliminary use of Aspalathus linearis tea extracts on growth performance of Tilapia mossambicus (Perciformes: Cichlidae). Feeding the world – food nutrition, safety and waste (On-demand).

Shalders, Tanika (Southern Cross University). Effects of climate change on seafood nutritional and sensory quality. Feeding the world – food nutrition, safety and waste – Concurrent Session 3 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Sharma, Arpita (ICAR-Central Institute of Fisheries Education). Circular Economy in Fisheries and Aquaculture. Feeding the world – food nutrition, safety and waste – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Turnbull, Alison (University of Tasmania). Building market access through the production of SafeFish in Australia. Feeding the world – food nutrition, safety and waste – Concurrent Session 2 – Thursday, 23 September.

Bornt, Katrina (The University of Western Australia). Examining plastic use and potential alternatives in a major Australian fishery. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Brown, Culum (Macquarie University). Sharks are not mindless killing machines. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Burton, Michael (University of Western Australia). The economic value of man-made marine structures for fisheries. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Carlin, Lisa (BDO EconSearch). The link between economic contribution and social licence evidenced by economic data collection in South Australia’s commercial fisheries. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Carmody, Harrison (BMT Commercial Australia). Modelling Sea Lice for Site Selection and Improved Farm Management. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Carter, David (Austral Fisheries). Make or Break: The Value of Social License. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Clifton, Julian (University of Western Australia). Social values of man-made marine structures: empirical research from Western Australia. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Dankel, Dorothy (Dept. Of Biological Sciences, University Of Bergen). “Doing CRISPR”: Genetically modified Norwegian farmed salmon: in the lab AND on the plate? Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Datta, Samik (NIWA). Predicting and comparing future epidemics of invasive marine species in New Zealand. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Dolling, Sophie (The University of Adelaide). Chemical pollution in microplastics: Are plastics a vector for the translocation of pollutants through marine food webs? Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Ferreira, Beatriz Mesquita (Fundação Joaquim Nabuco). Socioeconomic and environmental impacts of oil contamination Brazilian Northeast coastal beaches. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Fletcher, Rick (UN- Food and Agriculture Organisation). Measuring implementation of the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries (EAF) management using case studies completed for African and deepsea ABNJ fisheries. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Gomez, Ruth Garcia (Former SPC Aquatic Biosecurity Specialist). Aquatic Biosecurity Governance in the Pacific Island Region: Status and Trends. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries (On-demand).

Hale, Benjamin (Adpower). Methods to profile and connect the provenance of wild caught prawn fisheries and their values to the community (FRDC 2018-172). Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday.

Kopp, Dorothee (Ifremer). Fish and click: how participatory science helps to describe the distribution of lost fishing gears. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Lam, Mimi E. (University of Bergen). Managing Ethical Norwegian Seascape Activities (MENSA). Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Lennan, Mitchell (University of Strathclyde). Marine Biodiversity Redistribution under Climate Change: The Role of Regional Fisheries Management Organisations in Addressing the “Governance Gap”. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries (On-demand).

Magnusson, Anders (BDO EconSearch). Maximising the value of administrative data for modelling the economic contribution of commercial fishing. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Magnusson, Anders (BDO EconSearch). Economic rent as a measure of value creation by commercial fisheries: 20 years of data visualised for South Australia. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Narendrakumar, Lekshmi (ICAR National Bureau Of Fish Genetic Resources). In vitro and in vivo resistance of rohu, Labeo rohita to cyprinid herpesvirus -2 (CyHV-2). Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries (On-demand).

Ogunola, Solomon (University of Adelaide). Microplastics in commercial decapod crustaceans from Australian coastal waters. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Palermo, Cindy (Harry Butler Institute, Murdoch University). Molecular characterisation and prevalence of the enteric parasite Cryptosporidium in the invasive fish species Carassius auratus (goldfish), Cyprinus carpio (common carp), and Gambusia holbrooki (mosquito fish) in Western Australia. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Paris, Andrew (University of The South Pacific). Evaluation of the abundance and distribution of microplastics in Fiji surface waters. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Preece, Ann (CSIRO). An innovative recruitment monitoring program that provides absolute abundance data for assessment and management: the southern bluefin tuna genetic-tagging program. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Pring, Nikita (The University of Adelaide). Plastic Pollution in Mangroves. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Rivas, Priscilla (University of New South Wales). The Agreement on Port State Measures: Pacific Islands Perspective. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Rowe, Simon (Oceanwatch Australia (Marine NRM)). Source reduction of Professional fishing debris. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Scheufele, Gabriela (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)). Availability of Non-Market Values to Inform Decision-Making in Australian Fisheries and Aquaculture: An Audit and Gap Analysis. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Silva, Vinuri (University of Adelaide). First evidence of microplastic presence in Sri Lankan fish and a comparison to the same species in Australia (Poster presentation).

Sood, Neeraj (Icar-nbfgr). Aquatic Animal Disease Surveillance in India- a Step towards Sustainable Growth of Aquaculture. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries (On-demand).

Summers, Stephen (Singapore Centre on Environmental Life Sciences Engineering (SCELSE)). Effects of ingested microplastics with sorbed triclosan on fish gut health and assessment of triclosan bioavailability. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries (On-demand).

Threlfall, Siobhan (OceanWatch Australia). Tide to Tip – An oyster industry waterway clean-up initiative. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Wootton, Nina (University of Adelaide). Occurrence of microplastic in fish: awareness, knowledge and solutions. Global challenges – social licence, pollution, and international fisheries – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Abernethy, Kirsten (Sea Change Consulting). Understanding the levels of women’s involvement in the seafood sector and barriers to increased participation. People – women in fisheries, workforce, investment, safety and building capacity – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Adams, Tanya (Taylored Health and Safety). National Seafood Industry Workplace Safety Toolkit. People – women in fisheries, workforce, investment, safety and building capacity – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Afrin, Zaidy (World Maritime University). Advancing social sustainability in dive fishers work below water: SDG 14 and SDG 8 decent work linkages as a tool. People – women in fisheries, workforce, investment, safety and building capacity (On-demand).

Anderson, Mark (Torres Strait Regional Authority). Multi-stakeholder Indigenous partnerships: Towards regional economic independence through commercial fisheries ownership in the Torres Strait. People – women in fisheries, workforce, investment, safety and building capacity – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Dyer, Greg (Sydney Fish Market Pty Ltd). Sydney Fish Market Redevelopment: A New Frontier for the Australian Seafood Industry. People – women in fisheries, workforce, investment, safety and building capacity – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Eayrs, Stephen (Smart Fishing Consulting). The SeSAFE learning management system: delivery of cost-effective and flexible safety training to the fishing and aquaculture industry. People – women in fisheries, workforce, investment, safety and building capacity – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Elliott, Vittoria (Worldfish). Building community capacity for applying fish ecology and research results to small-scale fishery management (Poster presentation).

Fennell, Hannah (Heriot Watt University). Quantifying the hidden financial and legal responsibilities and liabilities of women in the UK’s fishing industry. People – women in fisheries, workforce, investment, safety and building capacity – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Grech, Michelle (Australian Maritime Safety Authority). Study examining fatigue as a safety hazard in domestic commercial fishing vessels in Australia. People – women in fisheries, workforce, investment, safety and building capacity – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Heskins, John (Spatial Vision). Maximising the value of seafood industry data. People – women in fisheries, workforce, investment, safety and building capacity – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Nauen, Cornelia (Mundus Maris Asbl). The Small-Scale Fisheries Academy as a source of innovation and operational support to the SSF Guidelines. People – women in fisheries, workforce, investment, safety and building capacity – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Rabbitt, Sheridan (University of Queensland). A framework for assessing women’s engagement in community-based fisheries management in the Pacific using a case study from Marovo Lagoon, Solomon Islands. People – women in fisheries, workforce, investment, safety and building capacity – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Rice, Emma (Michigan State University). Improving Livelihoods of Female Fish Traders in Malawi: Analyzing Barriers to Market Access. People – women in fisheries, workforce, investment, safety and building capacity – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Rife, Alexis (Environmental Defense Fund). Developing an interactive resource hub as a platform to foster user-driven, peer-to-peer learning and exchange to scale capacity in small-scale fisheries. People – women in fisheries, workforce, investment, safety and building capacity – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Robinson, Tom (Goolwa Pipi Co Pty Ltd). 10,000 years of catch history. The story of Goolwa PipiCo and their indigenous commercial partners, the Ngarrindjeri people. People – women in fisheries, workforce, investment, safety and building capacity – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Sánchez Daroqui, Rubén (Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)). National Plans of Action in Support of the Implementation of the SSF Guidelines (NPOA-SSF). People – women in fisheries, workforce, investment, safety and building capacity – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday.

Short, Katherine (On-Board Social Accountability (OSA) Ltd). Improving the Conditions of Labour on Board Fishing Vessels. People – women in fisheries, workforce, investment, safety and building capacity – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Silvano, Renato (Universidade Federal Rio Grande do Sul). Participatory monitoring as a management option for data-poor small-scale freshwater fisheries. People – women in fisheries, workforce, investment, safety and building capacity – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Song, Andrew (University of Technology Sydney). Fishers’ capacity to cope with maritime security entanglement. People – women in fisheries, workforce, investment, safety and building capacity – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Thomas, Alexandra (Alex Thomas Pty Ltd). #PlantASeedForSafety (…and #SaveALifeListenToYourWife!). People – women in fisheries, workforce, investment, safety and building capacity – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Whippy-Morris, Cherie (University of The South Pacific). Upskilling our Pacific Islands fisheries advocators. People – women in fisheries, workforce, investment, safety and building capacity – Concurrent Session 1 – Thursday, 23 September.

Witherall, Greg (Australian Maritime Safety Authority). A data driven approach to sustainable fishing safety: A Case study focusing on improving safety in Dory Operations. People – women in fisheries, workforce, investment, safety and building capacity – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Theme 4 – Future of fish and fisheries (innovations in fisheries)

Black, Suzy (New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research). Taking a fish-centric approach to designing industrial harvesting technology. Advances in fishing vessels and fishing gear (On-demand).

Boute, Pim (Wageningen University & Research). Quantifying behavioural and muscle activation thresholds of non-target fishes for pulsed electric fields as used in flatfish electrotrawling. Advances in fishing vessels and fishing gear (On-demand).

Chin, Andrew (James Cook University). A better way to fish? Trialing tunnel net fish ‘traps’ to improve bycatch outcomes and fisher’s social license in the Great Barrier Reef. Advances in fishing vessels and fishing gear – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Cuende De Fransico, Elsa (FUNDACION AZTI). Size selectivity and catch patterns of hake (Merluccius merluccius) and blue whiting (Micromesistius poutassou) combining different SMP and codend designs. Advances in fishing vessels and fishing gear (On-demand).

Eayrs, Stephen (Smart Fishing Consulting). The myth of voluntary uptake of proven fishing gear: investigations into the challenges inspiring change in fisheries. Advances in fishing vessels and fishing gear – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Haasnoot, Tim (ProSea Marine Education). Success and failure in fishing gear innovation pathways: the case of the pulse trawl. Advances in fishing vessels and fishing gear – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Laird, Adrianne (NPF Industry Pty Ltd). Industry gear innovations achieve bycatch reduction target in the Northern Prawn Fishery. Advances in fishing vessels and fishing gear – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday.

Lieschke, Jason (Arthur Rylah Institute, DELWP). Electrofishing Estuarine Habitats: Can we do it? – Yes we can! Advances in fishing vessels and fishing gear – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Mehault, Sonia (Ifremer). Using fish behaviour to design a sustainable gear: fish pot case study on the French Atlantic coast. Advances in fishing vessels and fishing gear (On-demand).

Melli, Valentina (DTU Aqua). Flexible anterior gear modifications to reduce fish bycatch in crustacean trawl fisheries. Advances in fishing vessels and fishing gear – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Rijnsdorp, Adriaan (Wageningen Marine Research). Replacing mechanical stimulation by electrical stimulation reduces environmental impact of the flatfish beam trawl fishery. Advances in fishing vessels and fishing gear (On-demand).

Rousseau, Yannick (UTAS / IMAS). Technological creep in world fisheries and its impact. Advances in fishing vessels and fishing gear – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Susanto, Adi (University of Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa). Design of Eco Smart Fishing Trap: Increasing Productivity and Sustainability for Blue Swimming Crab Fisheries. Advances in fishing vessels and fishing gear (On-demand).

Tiano, Justin (Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ)). The consequences of electro-trawling on benthic ecosystem functioning. Advances in fishing vessels and fishing gear (On-demand).

Wisudo, Sugeng Hari (IPB University (Bogor Agricultural University)). Opportunities for the use of seawater batteries as a energy source for fishing lamps in the light fishing. Advances in fishing vessels and fishing gear (On-demand).

Artetxe, Iraide (Fundación AZTI-AZTI Fundazioa). Resolving the stock structure of Indian Ocean yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares); an otolith microchemistry approach. Biomarkers in calcified structures (On-demand).

Barrow, Joshua (University of Melbourne). Moving matters: Growth implications of movement and environmental variation for a potamodromous fish. Biomarkers in calcified structures – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday 24 September.

Chamberlin, Derek (University of Florida). Validating Gray Triggerfish (Balistes capriscus) Otolith-Derived Age Estimates via Eye Lens Radiocarbon. Biomarkers in calcified structures (On-demand).

Chung, Ming-Tsung (The University of Tokyo). Thermal sensitivity of field metabolic rates in aquatic ectotherms: implications for fish and fisheries in future oceans. Biomarkers in calcified structures – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 23 September.

Coussau, Lola (Université Du Quebec À Rimouski). Population connectivity of redfish (Sebastes sp.) in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Canada, revealed by otolith elemental fingerprint. Biomarkers in calcified structures (On-demand).

Curtis, Michael (Texas A&m University – Corpus Christi). Habitat Use, Variation, and Trophic Dynamics of Catadromous Fish (Anguilla rostrata) in Sub-Tropical Texas. Biomarkers in calcified structures (On-demand).

Darnaude, Audrey (CNRS (MARBEC, Montpellier)). Multidisciplinary approaches to elucidate lifetime connectivity and its impact for fisheries production in coastal marine fishes: the case study of the sequential hermaphrodite Sparus aurata in the Mediterranean. Biomarkers in calcified structures – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 23 September.

Doubleday, Zoe (Future Industries Institute, UniSA). Same but different: how otolith-like structures can help us to reconstruct stories of marine life. Biomarkers in calcified structures – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 23 September.

Fortin, William (Université Du Québec À Chicoutimi). Spatial and interspecies variability of fish otolith elemental fingerprint in a large fluvial ecosystem. Biomarkers in calcified structures (On-demand).

Khan, Mohammad Afzal (Aligarh Muslim University, India). Age and growth of stinging catfish, Heteropneustes fossilis (Bloch, 1794). Biomarkers in calcified structures (On-demand).

Leahy, Susannah (Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries). Using otolith biomarkers to develop robust spectral discrimination of wild- versus hatchery-origin individuals in a marine fishery. Biomarkers in calcified structures – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Lueders-Dumont, Jessica (Smithsonian Institution, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute). An ear to the past: reconstructing past food web structure using nitrogen isotopes in fossil otoliths. Biomarkers in calcified structures – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Martinho, Filipe (Centre for Functional Ecology, University of Coimbra). Squeezing water from a stone: Relating water and otolith chemistry to disclose estuarine nursery habitat use of a juvenile flatfish. Biomarkers in calcified structures (On-demand).

Nien, Yu-Ling (National Taiwan Ocean University). Early life history of cryptic mullet species (Mugil cephalus) by otolith chemistry analysis. (Poster presentation).

Oster, Jacob (Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi). Pressed for Space and Time: Elucidating the Long-Term Effect of Sub-Lethal Stressors on Fish Niche Space using Chronological Tissues (Poster presentation).

Oxman, Dion (Alaska Department of Fish and Game). Reconstructing Reproductive Life Histories Using Hormones Recovered from Incrementally Grown Structures in Fish. Biomarkers in calcified structures (On-demand).

Reis-Santos, Patrick (University of Adelaide). Using otoliths to unlock movement and life history characteristics of long-lived predator fishes. Biomarkers in calcified structures – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Sarakinis, Koster (The University of Adelaide). Combining natural fish markers to investigate population structure and connectivity. Biomarkers in calcified structures – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Sturrock, Anna (University of Essex). Tracking the ghosts using otolith reconstructions and repeat sampling through space and time. Biomarkers in calcified structures – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 23 September.

Varea, Rufino (The University of The South Pacific). Multibiomarker application in marine sentinel fish and gaps in environmental risk assessments in Pacific Island Countries and Territories. Biomarkers in calcified structures (On-demand).

Visconti, Valerio (CEFAS). Lead in the head: elevated Pb concentrations in otoliths of flatfish with liver cancer. Biomarkers in calcified structures (On-demand).

Vrdoljak, Dario (Institute of Oceanography And Fisheries). Connectivity between nursery and adult habitats of Sparus aurata through otolith elemental fingerprints in the eastern Adriatic Sea (Poster presentation).

Walther, Benjamin (Texas A&m University – Corpus Christi). Comparing trans-basin responses of different fish species in hypoxic “dead zones”: direct evidence from otolith chemistry and growth. Biomarkers in calcified structures (On-demand).

Walther, Benjamin (Texas A&m University – Corpus Christi). Tracking hypoxia exposure and consequences with combined otolith chemistry and tissue isotope analyses. Biomarkers in calcified structures (On-demand).

Willmes, Malte (University of California, Santa Cruz). Looking at the past to predict the future: Using isotope tools to compare historical and contemporary salmon populations in a heavily altered landscape. Biomarkers in calcified structures – Concurrent Session 4 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Barkai, Amos (OLSPS). Olrac Mobile Dynamic Data Logger: A mobile electronic logbook solution. Emerging technologies, machine learning and big data (On-demand).

Berges, Benoit (Wageningen Marine Research). Fish species recognition using broadband acoustics for improved fishing selectivity of pelagic fishing vessels in the North Sea. Emerging technologies, machine learning and big data – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Boulais, Océane (Northern Gulf Institute). Applications of Machine Learning (ML) for At-Sea Marine Electronic Monitoring (EM) Systems for Reef Fish Assessment. Emerging technologies, machine learning and big data – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Butterfield, Tom (NSW DPI (Fisheries)). Use of emerging technologies to improve monitoring in the NSW trout fishery: techniques and lessons learnt (Poster presentation).

Cai, Jiarui (University of Washington). Fish Species Identification and Novelty Detection with Imbalanced Datasets. Emerging technologies, machine learning and big data (On-demand).

Cooney, Patrick (Smith-Root Electrofishing). Reinventing electrofishing through innovation. Emerging technologies, machine learning and big data (On-demand).

Cusack, Christopher (c/o Ryan Singh). Bring on the data wave: Catalyzing electronic fisheries monitoring by breaking down barriers to uptake. Emerging technologies, machine learning and big data (On-demand).

Gallagher, Riley (North Carolina State University). Investigating Atlantic Cobia Stock Structure and Site Fidelity Using Acoustic Telemetry. Emerging technologies, machine learning and big data (On-demand).

Jackett, Chris (CSIRO). Deep learning classification of deep-sea coral reefs. Emerging technologies, machine learning and big data – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Jaine, Fabrice (Sydney Institute of Marine Science). Monitoring stocks beyond borders: optimisation of a continental telemetry network to inform cross-jurisdictional movements of important Australian fish and shark species. Emerging technologies, machine learning and big data – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Lopez-Marcano, Sebastian (Griffith University, Australian Rivers Institute). Computer vision techniques in fish population connectivity. Emerging technologies, machine learning and big data – Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Martinho, Filipe (Centre for Functional Ecology, University Of Coimbra). Using autonomous surface vehicles for unravelling habitat use patterns in a marine flatfish (Poster presentation).

Sauger, Carine (Ifremer). Turning a time consuming process into a few coded lines: How deep learning can shorten histology slide readings for maturity staging. Emerging technologies, machine learning and big data – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Skea, Gretchen (Ministry for Primary industries). Development of automated imaging analysis techniques to determine ages from otoliths. Emerging technologies, machine learning and big data – Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Strutton, Peter (University of Tasmania). Autonomous floats and high resolution modelling for future fisheries and ecosystem management applications. Emerging technologies, machine learning and big data – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Tanner, Susanne (Mare – Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre). Integrated approach to evaluate movement and population dynamics of meagre (Argyrosomus regius). Emerging technologies, machine learning and big data (On-demand).

Tuck, Geoff (CSIRO). Automated identification of seabird bycatch events from on-vessel electronic monitoring cameras. Emerging technologies, machine learning and big data – Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Wang, Dadong (CSIRO). Boat to Plate: Automated fish species identification and tagging for seafood provenance and traceability. Emerging technologies, machine learning and big data – Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Weir, Jessica (Ball State University). Invasion Superhighways: How lake tourism paves the way for aquatic invasions. Emerging technologies, machine learning and big data – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

West, Phil (Siren Cameras Pty Ltd). Siren Fishing Camera (Australian Patent No. 2018301903). Providing groundbreaking visuals of Recreational Fishing experiences, and Big Data insights of Fishery Health within Coastal Waters. Emerging technologies, machine learning and big data – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Widyatmoko, Ahmad (The University of Tasmania). Applications of an Artificial Intelligence (AI) and an Electronic Monitoring (EM) System in Small-scale Tuna Fishery Data Collection. Emerging technologies, machine learning and big data – Concurrent Session 3 – Friday, 24 September.

Zimmermann, Meryl (University of Perpignan Via Domitia). The RESMED project: from scientific research to local application for sustainable management and fisheries (Poster presentation).

Bulatov, Oleg (Russian Federal Research Institute of Fisheries and Oceanography (VNIRO)). Long-range fishery forecasts in Russia: present state and prospects. Future of fisheries (On-demand).

Currey, Rohan (Marine Stewardship Council). The evolving role of standards and certification in sustainable fisheries. Future of fisheries (On-demand).

Francis, Tessa (University of Washington Tacoma). Rapid Adaptive Management: A Vision for Fisheries Science and Management in 2050. Future of fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Longo, Catherine (Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)). Are market incentives changing fisheries around the world? Lessons from field-testing the Marine Stewardship Council program. Future of fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Rose, Kenneth (Horn Point Lab – UMCES). Trust in Fisheries Science: Hard to Earn, Easy to Lose, Impossible to Regain. Future of fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Siple, Margaret (NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center). The mundane and the magical: how will we approach fisheries science differently in 2050? Future of fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Stephenson, Robert (Fisheries and Oceans and University of New Brunswick, Canada). Auditing human activities in the ocean: how will fisheries be managed in 2050? Future of fisheries – Concurrent Session 2 – Friday, 24 September.

Yaxley, Belinda (Global Seafood Alliance). Seafood Stewardship in Australia and Beyond – the evolution of Global Seafood Alliance. Future of fisheries – Concurrent Session 3 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Berg, Florian (Institute of Marine Research). How can genetics be used for population discrimination of herring? A comparison of methods to discriminate spring and autumn spawners. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture (On-demand).

Bernatchez, Louis (Université Laval). Population genomics of the capelin (Mallotus villosus) in the Northwest Atlantic: relevance to fisheries. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture (On-demand).

Bravington, Mark (CSIRO). Kin-finding and genotyping for Close-Kin Mark-Recapture. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Brodie, Christopher (Liverpool John Moores University). A Net with No Holes; A novel approach to marine monitoring and ecosystem assessment by combining eDNA with hydroacoustics. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture -Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Cordova-Alarcon, Valentina (Universidad de Chile). Genetic structure of the red cusk-eel (Genypterus chilensis), a tool for fisheries management in the Chilean coast (Poster presentation).

Cordova-Alarcon, Valentina (Universidad de Chile). Global phylogeographic study of pink ling (Genypterus blacodes) from an integrative perspective (Poster presentation).

Cusa, Marine (University of Salford). Authentication of Atlantic cod product point-of-origin in the European market. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture (On-demand).

Deagle, Bruce (CSIRO – National Fish Collection). Using DNA metabarcoding to better understand trophic interactions: case studies relevant to fish and fisheries. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Devloo-Delva, Floriaan (CSIRO). Genetic sex identification in elasmobranchs. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Elliott, Vittoria (Worldfish). Environmental DNA and SNPs: essential tools for Sustainable Fisheries in the Mekong. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture (On-demand).

Ferchaud, Anne-Laure (Laval University). A compendium of novel technologies from sequencing to statistical analyses clarifies fine-scale population structure and evolutionary genomics of a marine exploited fish species. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture (On-demand).

Goh, Bill (University of Adelaide). Uncovering fish population structure and connectivity: A genomic foundation for a multi-method approach. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Grewe, Peter M. (CSIRO Oceans & Atmosphere). Global SNPshot Contrasting Population Structure and Connectivity of Four Key Tuna species (Albacore, Bigeye, Skipjack, and Yellowfin) fished in the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Henriques, Romina (DTU Aqua / University of Pretoria). Worldwide retrospective genomic analyses of shortfin mako (Isurus oxyrhincus) reveals complex patterns of population sub-structuring. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture (On-demand).

Jasonowicz, Andrew (International Pacific Halibut Commission). Population genomics of Pacific halibut (Hippoglossus stenolepis) and the development of single nucleotide polymorphism panels to inform management and conservation. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture (On-demand).

Maggini, Sara (Bangor University). Integrating genetic structure with stock definitions of commercial marine fish species. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Miller, Adam (Deakin University). Using genomics to gain insights into fisheries resilience in rapidly changing environments: Australian blacklip abalone as a case study. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Moore, Andy (ABARES). A perfect storm of genetic drift and divergence may prevent the rebuilding of the gemfish (Rexea solandri) stock on the east Australian coast. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Morgan, Jess (Queensland Government). The jig is up for Aussie squid fisheries; DNA reveals the truth about Uroteuthis. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Muñoz-abril, Laia (Universidad Estatal Península De Santa Elena). Lack of genetic differentiation among yellowfin tuna sampled from the Eastern Pacific Ocean as revealed by high throughput ddRAD sequencing: conservation implications between Ecuador and Mexico. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture (On-demand).

Pereda-Agirre, Iker (Azti). Setting the scene for the application of CKMR for Atlantic fisheries. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture (On-demand).

Planas, Josep (International Pacific Halibut Commission). Development of genomic resources for the Pacific halibut (Hippoglossus stenolepis) to assist in population biology studies informing fisheries management. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture – Concurrent Session 2 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Primmer, Craig (University of Helsinki). Rapid evolution in salmon life-history induced by direct and indirect effects of fishing. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Rodriguez-Ezpeleta, Naiara (AZTI). Fisheries management in the genomics era: what have we learned so far? Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Saha, Atal (Stockholm University). Hierarchical genetic structure revealed by ddRAD sequencing of Sebastes mentella. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture (On-demand).

Strugnell, Jan (James Cook University). Using genetics and oceanographic modelling to investigate connectivity of rock lobsters across ocean basins. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Walter, John (NOAA Fisheries, SEFSC). Close-kin mark recapture for estimating Western Atlantic Bluefin tuna population size. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture – Concurrent Session 1 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Wilkes Walburn, Jackson (NSW Department of Primary Industries – Fisheries). FishGen: genomic monitoring of stocking for native fisheries in the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia. Integration of genomics in fisheries management and aquaculture – Concurrent Session 1 – Tuesday, 21 September.

Araneda, Cristian (Universidad de Chile). DEVELOPMENT OF BARCODING TECHNOLOGY FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF COMMERCIAL CLAMS SPECIES FROM CHILE. Supply chains, traceability and marketing (On-demand).

Barkai, Amos (OLSPS). SharkTrace: A supply chain traceability method and mobile application for tracing shark products in the seafood supply chain. Supply chains, traceability and marketing – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Bezabih, Kidanie Misganaw (University of Gobdar, Ethiopia). Fish Market Chain in Rift Valley Lakes and Lake Tana, Ethiopia (Poster presentation).

Cubillo, Beau (Monash University). An Aboriginal perspective of the nutritional health and wellbeing benefits of seafood. Supply chains, traceability and marketing – Concurrent Session 4 – Friday, 24 September.

Cusa, Marine (University of Salford). Where did my seafood come from? A point-of-origin framework for using DNA fingerprinting and stable isotopes to verify provenance claims. Supply chains, traceability and marketing – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

De Sousa, Emily (University of Guelph). Alternative seafood networks during COVID-19: Implications for resilience and sustainability. Supply chains, traceability and marketing – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Fonseca, Vanessa (MARE – Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre). Traceability of fish species from estuarine systems via tissue elemental profiling. Supply chains, traceability and marketing – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Fonseca, Vanessa (MARE – Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre). Integrating natural tags to track seafood provenance. Supply chains, traceability and marketing – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Gopi, Karthik (The University of New South Wales). Ensuring compliance using isotopic-elemental fingerprinting of barramundi (Lates calcarifer) to determine provenance. Supply chains, traceability and marketing – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Hidalgo, Marcelo (Fishing Industry Association of Papua New Guinea). The Integrated Fisheries Information Management System – A comprehensive and revolutionary traceability system. Supply chains, traceability and marketing (On-demand).

Larraín, María – Angélica (Universidad de Chile). From Ocean to Fork: Challenges in DNA routine analysis for authenticity in Mytilus genus. Supply chains, traceability and marketing (On-demand).

Lindley, Jade (The University of Western Australia). Seafood fraud: regulation and responses. Supply chains, traceability and marketing – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Pascoe, Sean (CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere). Impact of imports and farmed salmon on domestic wild caught fish species in Australia. Supply chains, traceability and marketing – Concurrent Session 2 – Wednesday, 22 September.

Rahman, Md. Mizanur (Associate Professor, PSTU, Bangladesh). Differentiation of fresh and frozen-thawed fish fillets using fluorescence excitation-emission matrix. Supply chains, traceability and marketing – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.

Scadding, Cameron (Source Certain International). Does Provenance Matter?  Moving Seafood Supply Chains Toward Transparency. Supply chains, traceability and marketing – Concurrent Session 1 – Friday, 24 September.