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The Scientific Coordination Subcommittee (SCS) of the Council Coordination Committee (CCC) will hold its sixth national workshop January 17-19, 2018 in San Diego, CA.

WORKSHOP THEME: The theme for this three-day meeting is titled “The Use of Management Strategy Evaluation (MSE) to Inform Management Decisions Made by the Regional Fishery Management Councils.” The three subthemes are:

  • Use of MSEs in evaluating and modifying harvest control rules;
  • Use of MSEs in investigating and accommodating uncertainty; and
  • Use of MSEs in adjusting harvest control rules in changing environments/non-static maximum sustainable yield.

WHO’S HOSTING: The 2018 workshop is being hosted by the Pacific Fishery Management Council.

WHO’S GOING: The workshop will be attended by Scientific and Statistical Committee (SSC) representatives from all eight regional fishery management councils, as well as Council staff, scientists from the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), and scientists from other agencies/organizations.

AGENDA AND HOTEL INFORMATION: The meeting notice, agenda, registration details, hotel information, live streaming instructions, and answers to frequently asked questions are available on the Sixth National SCS Workshop Webpage.

PRESENTATIONS: Invited speaker presentation abstracts, poster abstracts, and general presentations can be found in the SCS6 Briefing Book.

QUESTIONS: Contact John DeVore of the Pacific Council staff with questions. He can be reached at (866) 806-7204 ext. 413;