ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL STOCK ASSESSMENT REVIEW WORKSHOP

By admin on Nov 27 in Local news.

ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL STOCK ASSESSMENT REVIEW WORKSHOP, UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN, MONDAY 26 TO FRIDAY 30 NOVEMBER 2018
ROOM M212, MATHEMATICS BUILDING, UCT – SCHEDULE
Discussion will take place from 9 am to 5-30 pm each day, with 30 minutes breaks for tea at 10-30 am and 3-30 pm, and 90 minutes for lunch at 12-30 pm, unless otherwise indicated below.

Monday 26: All Monday sessions will focus on introductions of key documents
9-00 Hake – Review of OMP revision
11-00 West Coast Rock Lobster (WCRL) Poaching estimation and assessment review
14-00 Sardine – Aspects of OMP revision and accounting for spatial effects
16-00 Linefish – Review of testing of new assessment methodology

Tuesday 27:
9-00 Hake
11-00 WCRL
14-00 WCRL
16-00 Sardine

Wednesday 28:
9-00 Hake
11-00 Hake
14-00 Sardine
16-00 Linefish

Thursday 29:
9-00 Hake or WCRL
11-00 Sardine
14-00 Reserved for report preparation by Panel

Friday 30:
9-00 Outstanding issues
11-00 Outstanding issues/Panel report preparation
14-00 Review of Panel Recommendations
15-30 Review Panel layperson summary/questions (Mathematics Room M304)

Note: The schedule from Wednesday may change depending on progress made on the various topics. Advice on this will be circulated electronically soon after 4 pm from Tuesday onwards.

DOCUMENTATION AND ATTENDANCE
Documents for background (BG) and for discussion (P) at the event have already been and for the next few days will continue to be posted on the website: http://www.maram.uct.ac.za/maram/workshops/2018

Attendees should download beforehand, as hard copies will generally NOT be provided at the event.

Could those (who have not already done so – thanks to those who have) wishing to attend part or all of the event please send an email to Di Loureiro di.lapidoloureiro@uct.ac.za copied to doug.butterworth@uct.ac.za indicating the topics for which they wish to attend (this is not necessary for attendance at the final Friday lay summary session).

Note that no further general circulars about the event will be widely distributed in this manner. Further information, as appropriate, will be emailed ONLY to those who have advised their intent to participate.

Those who wish to attend only the layperson summary session at 15-30 on the afternoon of Friday 30 November need not email Di Loureiro to so advise, unless they wish also to be included in further circulation.

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