2019 GCFI Workshop to Improve the Monitoring and Abundance Estimation of Reef Fish Spawning Aggregations (FSAs)
Pre-workshop information gathering
Provide your name.
Can you commit to attending a full-day workshop on Saturday and Sunday before the GCFI meeting?
Geographic region where you work (e.g., Cayman, Puerto Rico, Florida). List all that apply.
In what capacity are you involved with fisheries management? (Check all that apply.)
Fishery scientist, data collection
Stock assessment analyst
Fisher or fishing industry
Are you involved with monitoring or management of fish spawning aggregations in your area? If yes, please briefly describe the activities.
How are data collected from spawning aggregations used to inform management in your country or region?
Do you use integrated technologies for sampling or surveying fish populations and or fish spawning aggregations? (Check all that apply; if currently none, please mark which approaches would you be most interested in learning more about.)
Underwater video or stereo optics
What do you perceive are the major gaps in the data required for, or data analysis to support, managing fish spawning aggregations? Please select your top two.
Abundance for stock assessments
Detecting/documenting FSA recovery
Managing single versus multispecies FSA
Dynamics in numbers/behavior at FSAs
How FSAs represent a population
Assessing historical/extirpated FSAs
Please tell us what you hope to achieve from this workshop.
Send me a copy of my responses.
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