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Partnerships for a Common Purpose: Cooperative Fisheries Research and Management

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Alesia N. Read and Troy W. Hartley, editors

270 pages, hardcover, color illustrations throughout

Published by the American Fisheries Society

Publication date: September 2006

Summary

Symposium 52

Based on a September 2005 Sea Grant-sponsored AFS symposium, this book presents case studies, empirical research, and practical advice on innovative techniques used by cooperative partners working on cooperative fisheries research and/or management programs.

In addition to keynote speakers, the program incorporated panels consisting of an industry representative, a manager, a scientist, and a community participant. This format offered a broad range of perspectives, with panelists and keynote speakers selected for their many years of expertise and first-hand experience. Participants discussed lessons learned, characteristics of successful programs, and future opportunities.

This book will be a valuable resource for fisheries scientists, managers, fishermen, and other stakeholders interested in cooperative strategies for promoting effective fisheries management.

Table of Contents

Preface (Alesia N. Read) AFS Perspective (Barbara A. Knuth) Foreword (Ronald C. Baird) Executive Summary (Troy W. Hartley)

PART I: Setting the Stage 1

Scope of Cooperative Fisheries Research in the United States Laura Taylor Singer

Scope of Cooperative Fisheries Management Globally John Kearney and Carlos Fetterolf

Testimonies from Fisheries Managers, Scientists, and Industry: Achievements, Lessons, and Advice Troy W. Hartley and Alesia N. Read

PART II: Symposium Deliberations

Welcome Address to the American Fisheries Society Symposium on Partnerships for a Common Purpose: Cooperative Fisheries Research and Management Mary C. Pete

Making a Difference by Working Cooperatively

Principles of Cooperative Research William T. Hogarth 41

Session 1A: Making a Difference by Working Cooperatively—Management and Scientific Impacts, Panel Summary Ralph Rayburn

Mississippi Interstate Cooperative Resource Association Michael L. Armstrong and Jerry L. Rassmussen

A Seiner’s Experience Collaborating with Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Commercial Fishermen, and First Nations John G. Brajcich

Making a Difference from Working Cooperatively Benny J. Gallaway

Making a Difference from Working Cooperatively: Gulf & South Atlantic Fisheries Foundation, Inc. Judy L. Jamison

Management and Scientific Impacts of Cooperative Research in the Northeast: A Cultural Fusion and Emergence of Cultural Translators John Williamson

Making a Difference by Working Cooperatively: Social, Cultural, and Economic Impacts Pat D. White

Session 1B: Making a Difference by Working Cooperatively—Social, Cultural, and Economic Impacts, Panel Summary Troy W. Hartley

Making a Difference by Working Cooperatively: One Fisherman’s Perspective Vincent Balzano

Perspectives of a Cooperative Fisherman Linda Behnken

Impacts: Making a Difference from Working Cooperatively—Social, Cultural, and Economic Impacts Andrew Day

Subbasin Plans: Guiding Fish and Wildlife Recovery Lynn Palensky

Gearing up for Improved Collaboration: The Potentials and Limits of Cooperative Research for Incorporating Fisherman’s Knowledge Bonnie J. McCay et al.

Lessons Learned

Lessons Learned: Making Cooperative Research and Cooperative Management Work Ray Hilborn

Session 2A: Lessons Learned—Making Cooperative Fisheries Research Work, Panel Summary Roland Barnaby

Making Cooperative Research Work: A Move to Collaborative Salmon Management and Research on the West Coast of British Columbia Gordon R. Curry

Making Cooperative Research Work: The Columbia River Fisheries Management Experience Mike A. Matyelwich

Design, Execution and Management of Cooperative Research Tom Rudolph

Lessons Learned: Making Cooperative Research Work John W. Watson

Session 2B: Lessons Learned—Making Cooperative Management Work, Panel Summary Paula Cullenberg

Some Opinions Regarding What Makes Collaborative Management Work Ted G. Hoskins

Making Cooperative Management Work: Colombia Basin Fish and Wildlife Authority Tom Iverson

A Discussion of Cooperative Management Arrangements within the Ojibwa Ceded Territories William P. Mattes and Neil Kmiecik

Cooperative Research in the Great Lakes: Exploring Characteristics of Success Roy A. Stein and Charles C. Krueger

Opportunities

Cooperative Research: Needs and Interests Clarence Pautzke

Session 3A: Opportunities—Linking Coorporative Research and Management: Partner’s Needs and Interests Alesia N. Read

Linking Cooperative Research and Management: Partners’ Needs and Interests Christopher W. Glass

Opportunities for Linking Cooperative Research and Management: Partners’ Needs and Interests Gary L. Graham

Cooperative Management in the Great Lakes: Exploring Characteristics of Success Charles C. Krueger and Roy A. Stein

Meeting Hawaii Longline Industry Needs to Reduce Fisheries Bycatch through Cooperative Research Sean C. Martin, Eric Gilman, and Paul Dalzell

Session 3B: Opportunities—Linking Cooperative Research and Management Integration, Panel Summary Jim D. Murray

Integrating Cooperative Research and Management Peter Kendall

Ensuring the Scientific Integrity of Cooperative Research Bonnie J. Ponwith

Integrating Cooperative Research and Management Robert S. Pomeroy

Integrating Cooperative Research and Management: Perspectives from a Recreational Fishing Organization Jason Schratwieser

Developing a Regional Research Partnership in the Columbia River Basin Steve M. Waste

PART III: Symposium Poster Abstracts

Symposium Poster Abstracts

PART IV: Concluding Remarks

The Future of Partnerships for a Common Purpose: Cooperative Fisheries Research and Management Troy W. Hartley and Alesia N. Read

Appendices

Appendix A: Case Examples, Key Participants, and Descriptions

Appendix B: Interview and Survey Questions