Workshop on unavoidable survey effort reduction



WKUSER2WKUSER2TrueStan Kotwicki, Hans Gerritsen, Kotaro OnoEOSGstan.kotwicki@noaa.gov, hans.gerritsen@marine.ie, Kotaro.Ono@hi.noWorkshop on unavoidable survey effort reduction

Workshop on unavoidable survey effort reduction (WKUSER2)
Marine Institute, Galway, Ireland
13–17 September 2022

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Marine surveys are expensive. Due to recent budgetary, political, and pandemic-associated pressures, a number of decisions on survey implementation have had to be made. These decisions have been taken at short notice and with little opportunity to evaluate different options for effort reductions, the effects of which will only become apparent in the next few years. 

​The previous workshop WKUSER (2020) identified that such changes are a recurring theme within many monitoring agencies and that more coherent planning and a long-term response strategy is desirable. 

It is in the interest of both the national governments, who are making the decisions, and ICES, who is using this information for its advice, to better understand the impact on stock assessment advice and to have a clearer understanding of the mitigation measures that can be implemented to minimise the impact of such events.

Register your interest for this workshop. ​​​​​​

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