Workshop participants explored the current and future fishery dependent data needs of science, management, and industry in the Greater Atlantic Region. Working collaboratively, attendees compiled characteristics of an ideal data system that would meet these needs most effectively.
- Provide context for the current data collection and storage systems, and identify benefits and challenges associated with fisheries dependent data collections and outputs.
- Characterize current and future data needs of industry, science, management, and enforcement.
- Identify desired characteristics of data collections and systems.
- Identify tools and approaches that would help meet fishery dependent data needs most effectively.
Day One Presentations
|Northeast Fishery Dependent Data Visioning Project|
Doug Christel and Holly McBride
|GMRI & SMAST External Project Overview|
|Data Recommendations from Massachusetts Fisheries Institute (MFI) End-to-End Review of Monitoring|
|NMFS and External Partner Data Users, Strengths/Weaknesses of Existing System, and Future Characteristics|
Holly McBride & Doug Christelr
|Data Visioning Interview Results|
|Industry Interview: Data Needs and Uses|
|Current and Expected Data Needs and Uses: NMFS and External Users|
Doug Christel/Holly McBride
Day Two Presentations
|Data Collection Entry Errors|
|Data Collections and Entry Errors|
|Addressing Data Gaps and Deficiencies|
Holly McBride and Dan Salerno