The Fourth International Stock Enhancement & Searanching

Program of Oral Presentations

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Thursday 21st April 2011

No

Time

Presenter

Title

1 & 2

1400

Xing-wu Zhao

Overview: Strengthen aquatic resource protection, enhance ecological culture construction and fisheries sustainable development - China's aquatic resource protection, actions and achievements Abstract

THEME A:The role of releases of cultured animals in fisheries management and ecosystem restoration: integrative evaluation
Conveners:Dr Ann-Lisbeth Agnalt, Dr Jin Xianshi

No

Time

Presenter

Title

3

1440

Xianshi Jin

Successful practices in the restocking of depleted fisheries species in the Bohai Sea Abstract

4

1500

Guan Changtao

Research progress on the construction of marine ranching along the coast of Shandong Province Abstract

5

1520

Zhongxin Wu

Evaluating ecosystem structure and predicting the ecological carrying capacity for Stichopus japonicus and Haliotis discus hannai of Lidao artificial reef zone in Shandong Province Abstract

6

1540

Takuma Sugaya

Large-scale assessments of the effect of kuruma prawn stocking using DNA markers in Japan Abstract

1600

Afternoon tea, Exhibition and Trade and Poster viewing

7 & 8

1620

Prof. Kai Lorenzen

Keynote: Quantitative approaches to evaluating the contribution of release programs to fisheries management goals Abstract



THEME B:Modelling and assessing the effectiveness of releases for fisheries management and conservation
Conveners:Dr Matthew Taylor, Dr Zhuang Ping

No

Time

Presenter

Title

9

1700

Chen Pimao

Effect assessment of fishery stock enhancement in Guangdong coastal waters Abstract

10

1720

G Burnell

A community based scallop restoration project in Co. Kerry, Ireland Abstract

Friday 22nd April 2011

11

0840

Jeremy Prince

Cost benefit analysis of alternative techniques for rehabilitating abalone reefs depleted by abalone viral ganglioneuritis Abstract

12, 13 & 14

0900

Anson H. Hines

Keynote: Strategic mixing of fishery management, aquaculture and stock enhancement: case of the Chesapeake blue crab Abstract

0930

Yongxu Cheng

Keynote: The biology, culture and enhancement of swimmer crabs Portunus trituberculatus in China Abstract

1000

Morning tea, Exhibition and Trade and Poster viewing

15

1020

Anthony M. Hart

Stock enhancement in greenlip abalone: Population and ecological effects Abstract

16

1040

Jennifer Chaplin

Biological performance and genetics of restocked and wild Black Bream in an Australian estuary Abstract



THEME C:Governance and the socio-economics of releases
Conveners: Prof. Kai Lorenzen, Dr Devin Bartley, Dr Lu Weiqun

No

Time

Presenter

Title

17

1100

Marie Antonette Paña

Governance mechanisms and socio-economic considerations for communal sandfish sea ranching in the Philippines Abstract

18

1120

Marcel LeBreton

Return on investment for a lobster (Homarus americanus) enhancement project in Atlantic Canada Abstract

19

1140

Nerissa Salayo

Regulating catch-size to support abalone stock enhancement initiatives: experiences in Sagay City, Philippines Abstract

20

1200

Dr Wang Qingyin

Ecosystem-based sea ranching in Zhangzidao in the northern Yellow Sea Abstract

21

1220

Neil Loneragan

Stock enhancement and restocking in Australia and opportunities for finfish, particularly in Western Australia Abstract

1240

Lunch, Exhibition and Trade and Poster viewing

22

1400

Devin Bartley

Ecolabelling and enhanced fisheries: international guidelines Abstract

23

1420

Bernard Walrut

Regulation of sea ranching and enhancement Abstract

24

1440

Ruth Gamboa

The long and winding road in sea ranching Abstract



THEME E:Interactions between wild and released animals and their ecological and genetic implications
Conveners:

Mr Lee Blankenship, Prof. CHANG, Yaqing

No

Time

Presenter

Title

25

1500

Bridget Green

Overlap of home ranges of resident and introduced southern rock lobster after translocation Abstract

26

1520

Knut Jørstad

Genetic tagging of farmed Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.) and detection of escapement from a commercial cod farm Abstract

1540

Afternoon tea, Exhibition and Trade and Poster viewing

27

1600

Blanco Gonzalez

Genetic interactions between wild and hatchery red sea bream confirmed by microsatellite genetic markers Abstract

28

1620

John Russell

Ecological and genetic impacts of barramundi (Lates calcarifer) stocking in northern Australia Abstract

29

1640

Summary / Discussion

30 & 31

1700

Shuichi Kitada

Keynote: Rearing and genetic effects on fitness of artificially-produced animals in the wild: empirical evaluation of large-scale fishery stock enhancement programs Abstract



THEME D:Developing optimal release strategies
Conveners:Dr Ken Leber, Prof. ZHANG Xiumei

No

Time

Presenter

Title

32

1740

Ann-Lisbeth Agnalt

Carrying capacity in juvenile stages of European lobster (Homarus gammarus); essential knowledge for restocking/sea ranching Abstract

33

1800

Junemie Lebatat-Ramos

Establishing release strategies for stock enhancement of hatchery-reared abalone Haliotis asinina Abstract

Saturday 23rd April 2011

34

0840

Roger G. Dolorosa

Trochus niloticus translocation prospects in enhancing depleted Philippine reefs Abstract

35

0900

Ellen Sofie Grefsrud

Impact of fenced scallop (Pecten maximus) sea-ranching on benthic fauna Abstract

36 & 37

0920

Kenneth Leber

Keynote: Perspectives on 'A Responsible Approach to Marine Stock Enhancement: An Update': better integration with fishery assessment, management, and stakeholder involvement Abstract

1000

Morning tea, Exhibition and Trade and Poster viewing

38

1020

Eric Johnson

Optimizing release strategies for blue crabs in Chesapeake Bay Abstract

39

1040

James Smith

Finding the right starting points in stocked fisheries by modelling the right end points: expressing the carrying capacity as a function and a dynamic equilibrium Abstract

40

1100

Hongjian Lv

The use of plastic oval tags for mark-recapture studies of juvenile Japanese flounder Paralichthys olivaceus on the north-east coast of Shandong Province, China Abstract

41

1120

Michelle Walsh

Obama’s floundering: post-release abilities, characteristics, and assessment of cage conditioned Japanese flounder Paralichthys olivaceus Abstract

42

1140

Elizabeth Fairchild

Implementing a new stocking program in unchartered waters: developing optima release strategies for winter flounder in Massachusetts and New York, USA Abstract

43

1200

Jonathan Lee

Site fidelity and movement of hatchery-reared lingcod released into Puget Sound, Washington, USA Abstract

44

1220

Yuuki Kawabata

Shelter acclimation decreases the post-release predation mortality of hatchery-reared black-spot tuskfish Choerodon schoenleinii Abstract

1240

Lunch, Exhibition and Trade and Poster viewing

45

1400

Byung Sun Chin

Determining optimal release habitat for black rockfish: examining growth rate, feeding condition and recapture rate Abstract



THEME F:Enhanced knowledge on populations and ecosystems from releases of cultured animals
Conveners:Prof. Neil Loneragan, A. Prof. TANG, Jianye

No

Time

Presenter

Title

46

1420

Marie Antonette Juinio-Menez

Growth, survival and reproduction of sandfish Holothuria scabra released in a pilot sea ranch in the Philippines Abstract

47

1440

Katherine Doyle

Does stocking Australian native predatory fish provide a control option for invasive European carp (Cyprinus carpio)? Abstract

48

1500

Maria Raquel Moura Coimbra

The first catfish, Pseudoplatystoma corruscans, restocking program in the Sao Francisco river basin: analysing the representativeness of its founder stock Abstract

49

1520

Weimin Quan

Early development of sessile and epifaunal community on a created intertidal oyster Crassostrea ariakensis reef in the Yangtze River estuary, China Abstract

1540

Afternoon tea, Exhibition and Trade and Poster viewing


THEME G:Adapting to change: climate, habitat and socio-economics
Conveners:Prof. Masahide Kaeriyma, Dr Minling Pan, Prof. YANG, Ningsheng

No

Time

Presenter

Title

50

1600

Masahide Kaeriyma

Sustainable fisheries management of Pacific salmon under the warming climate Abstract

51

1620

Kelly Davidson

Measuring the Effect of Socioeconomic Factors on Consumer Preferences for Seafood - A case study in Hawaii Abstract

52

1640

Yasuyuki Miyakoshi

Current hatchery programs and future stock management of chum salmon in Hokkaido, northern Japan Abstract

53

1700

Sarah Jennings

Marine Stock Enhancements under a Changing Climate: Implications for the Responsible Enhancement Approach Abstract

54

1720

Summary / Discussion

1730

Happy Hour and Closing Ceremony