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Subject: Deadline extended: Invitation to submit an abstract: Hake Symposium - Portland Maine. May 11-12, 2010
From: Pingguo He <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Wed, 3 Mar 2010 22:11:45 -0500

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[I apologize if you have received more than one copy of the same material.]


Due to electrical interruptions last week at the University of New Hampshire where abstract submissions were to be received, some of you may have experienced email rejections when you were trying to send an abstract to Ms. Laurinda Smith. We have therefore extended the submission deadline for you.  Please see below and send in an abstract.


Please note that we entertain wide-range topics on species of “hakes”, “whiting”, or “hake-like” fish, such as blue whiting, not just limiting to the European hake (Merluccius merluccius), or silver hake (Merluccius bilinearis ) in US. 



Pingguo He (PhD)

University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 

School for Marine Science and Technology

706 South Rodney French Blvd.

New Bedford, MA 02744






Abstract Submission Deadline Extended to: March 16, 2010

Hake 2010: International Symposium on the Biology, Harvesting, Management and Conservation of Hakes

Portland, Maine, USA.  May 11-12, 2010



An international symposium on hakes has been organized by the University of New Hampshire together with other collaborating institutions. This two-day symposium will include harvesting, biology and resource management issues concerning hakes on both sides of the Atlantic and beyond. 

The symposium will be held in Portland, Maine, USA at Portland Regency Hotel, on May 11 and 12, 2010.  You are invited to submit abstracts for oral and/or poster presentations for the symposium. Please see the specified themes/topics on hake species below for guidance.


            ●          Historical and contemporary hake fisheries

            ●          Biology, migration, behavior, stock structure, and resource assessment

            ●          Gear types and harvesting methods used to harvest hakes

            ●          Techniques to reduce bycatch and discards in hake fisheries

            ●          Fishery management approaches and challenges 

            ●          Future directions for science, management and harvesting technologies


Abstracts can be submitted via email  <mailto:[log in to unmask]> [log in to unmask] or fax (603-862-0243) to Laurinda Sousa Smith. Download the form: Discussions are being made to publish selected full papers in a special volume in Fisheries Research. Registration fee for regular attendees is $200 USD, students $50 USD. Registration fee for commercial fishermen is waived. Additional financial assistance to cover lodging/time is also available for commercial fishermen by contacting Ms. Laurinda Smith. Please register online at: Hotel details will be available soon. Please check:  <> regularly for updated information.


	Text Box: Important Symposium DatesRegistration Starts StartedAbstract Submission Deadline March 16, 2010Abstract Decisions by March 26, 2010Early Registration End April 15, 2010Hotel “Special Rate” End April 15, 2010Symposium Dates: May 11-12, 2010Manuscript Submission: June 30, 2010	 
















Click <>  here for abstract form


Click here <>  for online registration


Click here to email <mailto:[log in to unmask]>  Laurinda Sosa Smith if you are a commercial fishing industry participant



Organizing Committee: 


Chris Glass (Co-chair): Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans and Space, Univ. of New Hampshire, Durham, NH

Pingguo He (Co-chair): UMass Dartmouth, School for Marine Sciences and Technology, New Bedford, MA

John Annala: Gulf of Maine Research Institute, Portland, ME

Steve Cadrin: CMER, NOAA Fisheries and UMass School of Marine Sciences and Technology, Fairhaven, MA

David Goethel: F/V “Ellen Dianne”, Hampton, NH

Mike Pol: Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries, Boston, MA

Ken La Valley: New Hampshire Sea Grant and UNH Cooperative Extension, Durham, NH


Symposium Sponsors:


University of New Hampshire, NOAA Fisheries, and Northeast Consortium 






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