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Second International Symposium on GIS and Spatial Analysis in Fis heries and Aquatic Sciences


Alessandro Gimona <[log in to unmask]>


Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>


Fri, 5 Apr 2002 10:58:38 +0100





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Dear all,

With Apologies for cross-psosting.
I hope the announcement is of interest to the list.

Alessandro Gimona
Fisheries Research Services
Aberdeen Scotland UK

Second International Symposium on GIS and Spatial Analysis in Fisheries and
Aquatic Sciences

Place: UK,Brighton
From: 03,09,02 To: 06,09,02




The primary objectives of the Second Symposium are to:

a) highlight developments and applications of GIS/Spatial analyses in
Fishery and Aquatic Sciences, b) exchange ideas and information, and c)
suggest further improvements, techniques and applications of GIS/Spatial
analyses in Fishery and Aquatic Sciences.


In order to highlight what we perceive to be an important area, the theme
for the Second Symposium will be &#129;eSpatial Numerical
Analyses&#129;f. After the First Symposium, we noticed that basic
quantitative spatial analyses using GIS had been considerably developed,
but quantitative GIS applications and linkages to stock assessment,
resources management, population estimation, geostatistics, forecasting,
contour estimation etc., were not well established or developed. We
therefore need to learn some more advanced developments and ideas in
these topics, and to exchange knowledge for further improvements. Although
&#129;eSpatial Numerical Analyses&#129;f is the theme this
time, papers are not restricted to this topic and other relevant areas (see
next) are very much welcome.


The Symposium will cover spatial analyses using GIS or GIS related topics in
Fishery and Aquatic Sciences. Within this there are three main
categories: [A] Marine related subjects, [B]
Freshwater/Inland/Blackish-water related subjects, and [C] Other subjects.
Each of these three
main categories may include a variety of sub-topics as follows:

[A] Marine related subjects

(1) Habitats

(2) Fisheries

(3) Fishery Oceanography/Marine Ecosystems/Ecology

(4) Remote Sensing/Aquatic survey

(5) Marine resources analyses and managements

(6) Geostatistics/Forecasting/Modelling

(7) Mariculture

(8) Artificial reefs and Marine Protected Areas (MPA&#129;fs)

(9) Others (specify for registration)

[B] Freshwater/Inland/Blackish-water related subjects (including Watershed
and Estuary)

(1) Habitats

(2) Fisheries

(3) Estuarine, Lacustrine and Riverine Ecosystems or Ecology

(4) Remote Sensing/Aquatic surveys

(5) Resources analyses and management

(6) Forecasting/Geostatistics/Modelling

(7) Aquaculture

(8) Others (specify for registration)

[C] Others

(1) Theory/Concepts/General topics

(2) Demonstration of Software/Database/Hardware using computers

(3) Systems Implementations

(4) Education

(5) Reviews

(6) Others (specify for registration)


Participation from a broad audience representing GIS/Spatial analyses in
Fishery and Aquatic Sciences is encouraged, i.e., scientists, students,
computer experts (developers), managers, administrators, educators and

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