WKMSYSPiCT 2021

WKMSYSPiCT 2021

Benchmark Workshop on the development of MSY advice for category 3 stocks using Surplus Production Model in Continuous Time; SPiCT

 

 

WKMSYSPiCT 2021WKMSYSPiCT 2021TrueManuela Azevedo, Massimiliano CardinaleFRSGmazevedo@ipma.pt, massimiliano.cardinale@slu.seBenchmark Workshop on the development of MSY advice for category 3 stocks using Surplus Production Model in Continuous Time; SPiCT

This benchmark workshop is organized to evaluate the current data and assessment methodology for one stock and to propose improvements outside of the annual assessment environment.
Online workshop 15–19 February 2021.
The goal of a benchmark is consensus agreement on an assessment methodology that is to be used in future update assessments. This assessment methodology can be an analytical assessment, but can also be non-analytical, for instance based on trends in an assessment or in a selected set of (survey) indicators, with or without forecasts. The result will be the 'best available' method that ICES advice will be based on. Typically, a stock will be benchmarked every 3–5 years to keep pace with changing situations.
 

WKMSYSPiCT 2021 deals with the following stocks:

  • Megrim (Lepidorhombus spp.) in Division 6.b (Rockall);
  • Black-bellied anglerfish (Lophius budegassa) in divisions 8.c and 9.a;
  • Cod (Gadus morhua) in Division 7.a (Irish Sea);
  • Dab (Limanda limanda) in Subarea 4 and Division 3.a ;
  • Flounder (Platichthys flesus) in Subarea 4 and Division 3.a;
  • Norway lobster (Nephrops norvegicus) in Division 8.c, Functional Unit 25 (southern Bay of Biscay and northern Galicia);
  • Norway lobster (Nephrops norvegicus) in Division 9.a, functional units 26–27 (Atlantic Iberian waters East, western Galicia, and northern Portugal);
  • Norway lobster (Nephrops norvegicus) in Division 9.a, Functional Units 28-29 (Atlantic Iberian waters East and southwestern and southern Portugal);
  • Norway lobster (Nephrops norvegicus) in Division 8.c, Functional Unit 31 (southern Bay of Biscay and Cantabrian Sea);
  • Pollack (Pollachius pollachius) in Subarea 8 and Division 9.a (Bay of Biscay and Atlantic Iberian waters);
  • Sole (Solea solea) in divisions 8.c and 9.a (Cantabrian Sea and Atlantic Iberian waters);
  • Tusk (Brosme brosme) in subareas 1 and 2;
  • Tusk (Brosme brosme) in subareas 4 and 7–9, and in divisions 3.a, 5.b, 6.a, and 12.b.

A benchmark meeting is open to experts and stakeholders, and is reviewed by external experts throughout the process. A benchmark process takes about five to seven months of preparation and includes a data evaluation workshop and a final benchmark meeting.

If you are interested in taking part in the process, please contact Helle Gjeding 

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