Northwest Fisheries Science Center

NWFSC Science Program Review of Data Used in California Current Groundfish Assessments

September 17-20, 2013
NWFSC Montlake Laboratory, Auditorium
Seattle, WA

The NWFSC Science Program Review of Data Used in California Current Groundfish Assessments is the first of a series of peer reviews of our science programs that will be conducted on a five-year cycle, with a different thematic focus each year. This year, a team of national and international experts will review the data collection efforts that support West Coast groundfish stock assessments required under the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act. The program review is open to the public and provides opportunities for public input.

Background

Learn more about the Science NWFSC Program Review of Data Used in California Current Groundfish Assessments and view the invitational letter from NWFSC Science and Research Director Dr. John Stein.

Agenda & Meeting Materials

View the agenda, briefing materials, presentations, and the review panel's final reports.

Panel Report and NWFSC Response

Review Panel Members

Robert Rosenbauer, USGS
Andrew Cooper, Simon Fraser University
Don Gunderson, University of Washington, Emeritus
Russ Nelson, NOAA Fisheries, Retired
Steve Katz, NOS, Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary
Jim Ianelli, NOAA Fisheries

Contact Us

If you have further questions about this event, please contact Stacey Miller at Stacey.Miller@noaa.gov or 978-281-9203.