Optimizing sustainable fishing yields - ecosystem and management perspectives

A scientific symposium organised by the 'FMSY project' group

to present and discuss the project results

To see a presentations click on it below:

Welcome by the Danish Minister of Fisheries, Eva Kjer Hansen (Video - please contact henrik.sparholt@gmail.com).

Setting the Scene. (Henrik Sparholt)

Density dependence in fish populations. (Jan Horbowy) 

The multispecies and ecosystem knowledge. (Daniel Howell)

The cod in Barents Sea and Icelandic Waters experience and ways forward. (Bjarte Bogstad)

Surplus production models and FMSY estimation I  (Henrik Sparholt)

Surplus production models and FMSY estimation II  (Rob van Gemert)

Surplus production models: RAM Legacy, Froese et al. and resulting FMSY. (Mike Melnychuk)

Results from SPiCT. (Rob van Gemert)

Exporting” the FMSY to other stocks. I (Mike Melnychuck)

Exporting” the FMSY to other stocks II (Henrik Gislason)

Historical catch data improvements (Claus Redtz Sparrevohn)

Case studies with specific Density Dependent calculations (PROST-type calculations) (Henrik Sparholt/ Rob van Gemert)

Varying population productivity, FMSY, and implications for sustainable levels of fishing.  (Joanne Morgan, DFO Canada)

Trade off in management and MSY. (Ken H. Andersen, DTU AQUA)

Views on how to “bridge the gap” between the science available on these issues and the scientific advice/management. (Anna Rindorf, DTU AQUA)

Conclusion from the Fmsy project and what it could mean for fisheries management (Henrik Sparholt)

10-11 October 2018, DGI-byen, Tietgensgade 65, 1704 Copenhagen, Denmark