Fish Stock Assessment Methods for Lakes and Reservoirs:

Towards the true picture of fish stock

  

September 11-15, 2007

 
 

Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic

 

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List of keynote speakers and their contributions

Lars Rudstam

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA

Lars Rudstam et al.: Towards standard procedure of fish stock assessment in Great Lakes of America.

Petri Suuronen

Finnish Game & Fisheries Research Institute, Helsinki, Finland

Petri Suuronen et al.: Small-scale trawling: the state-of-art, successes and failures.  

Helge Balk

University of  Oslo, Dept. Physics, Oslo, Norway

Helge Balk et al.: Recent advances in solving signal-to-noise problem in fisheries acoustics.  

Thomas Mehner & 

Kerstin Holmgren

Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology & Inland Fisheries, Berlin, Germany

Thomas Mehner & Kerstin Holmgren et al.: Summarizing the lake fish information obtainable by a standard gillnet procedure.

Scott A. Bonar

University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, USA

Scott A. Bonar: Standard Sampling Methods for North American Inland Fish:  A Multi-Agency Project Coordinated by the American Fisheries Society

Ian C. Cowx

University of Hull, UK

Ian C. Cowx: Unravelling the facts and figures about the status of the fish stocks in Lake Victoria

Vladimir Tereshchenko

Institute of Biology of Inland Waters, Russian Academy of Sciences, Borok, Russia

Vladimir Tereshchenko: Accuracy of various methods of fish stock assessment in large Russian reservoirs.

photo E. Hohausova