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Data 2. Models Questions & issues 3. Indicators Part 2: Breakout 1. Data 2. Models 3. Indicators Recommendations (short/long term) Recommendations (short/long term) Recommendations (short/long term) Part 3: Plenary 1. Workshop synthesis 2. 3. 1. Workshop structure and outline. A panel of experts was tasked to lead discussions in the plenary and working groups. The expert panel involved the following individuals: Jerald Ault University of Miami, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science Villy Christensen David Fluharty Mike Fogarty Neil Gribble University of British Columbia, Fisheries Centre University of Washington, School of Marine Affairs NOAA, NMFS, Northeast Fisheries Science Center Queensland Dept of Primary Industry, Northern Fisheries Center NOAA, NMFS, Office of Science and Technology University of British Columbia, Fisheries Centre Steve Murawski Carl Walters During the closing session, panelist David Fluharty and workshop participant Michael Orbach of the Duke University Marine Lab presented a synthesis of the workshop and recommended that social science and policy workshops subsequently be convened to further assist the Council in implementing EAFM in the region.

Of special mention should be the observation that, particularly when the behavior of fishermen is included, ecosystem models often predict counterintuitive policy effects, even in terms of the direction of response. Thus, in some ways, policies may be seen as experimental treatments, the understanding of which should be incorporated as an adaptive management aspect of EAFM. A word of caution to managers: If you want to get useful results from ecosystem models, be very careful to tell scientists exactly what policy options you want to examine otherwise, scientists will answer the wrong questions.

3. Identify the best suite of quantitative ecosystem indicators and associated tradeoffs to support EAFM in the Western Pacific. 4. Within the confines of existing mandates such as the Magnuson–Stevens Act and the National Marine Sanctuaries Act, identify the most effective short-term application of EAFM that can be implemented based on current data; and in this context, address whether the precautionary approach has a role. 5. Identify new data or models that would be required to advance the ecosystem approach in the Western Pacific.

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