Stock assessment and fishing gear technology: Presentation of fellows' final projects

Stock assessment and fishing gear technology: Presentation of fellows' final projects The first set of presentations will focus on stock assessment and

Stock assessment and fishing gear technology: Presentation of fellows' final projects

In the coming days our fellows will present the final projects which they have been working on over the last three months under the supervision of specialists from our Icelandic partner institutes.

The presentations are open to the general public. It is a great opportunity for everyone to learn about the challenges of fisheries all over the developing world.

The first set of presentations will focus on stock assessment and fishing gear technology and take place at the Hafró auditorium Skúlagata 4 Reykjavík, Monday February 19th from 13:00.

Details are as follows:

Time

Fellow

Country

Project

13:00-13:20

Suama Niikoti

Namibia

Comparison of two stock assessment models of Namibian monkfish  (Lophiiformes)

13.20-13:40

Vasana Tutjvi

Namibia

Applicable statistical model to assess the status of the Namibian orange roughy (Hoplostethus atlanticus)​

13:40-14:00

Aatri Suryandari

Indonesia

Stock enhancement of scalloped Spiny Lobster in Prigi Bay, East Java province, Indonesia: A pilot study

14:15-14:35

Shamal Connell

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Sample-based fisheries surveys to estimate total landing using census data

14:35-14:55

Victor W. Agostinho

Angola

Analysis of horse mackerel (Trachurus spp) abundance and geographical distribution in relations to environmental effects, using acoustic data of survey conducted by Nansen in 2014

14:55-15:15

Oliwatosin M. A. Akande

Nigeria

Effect of Twine type, Sound Acoustics and Mesh sizes on gill-net Selectivity of cod (Gadus morhua) in Icelandic Coastal Waters

15.15-15:35

Indira Brown

The Bahamas

Review of Queen Conch (Lobatus giga) sampling efforts in the Commonwealth of the Bahamas

 


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