Duke University hosts Overfishing Panel
@JohnFBruno & @SeaFiez of UNC's Bruno Lab slap together sound bites about overfishing after (bravely) venturing to Duke's campus.
- — Clare Fieseler (@SeaFiez)Mon, Apr 09 2012 09:40:02
- — David Shiffman (@WhySharksMatter)Mon, Apr 09 2012 09:43:08
- Okay. Fine. Here goes our first @SeaMonsterBlog Storify attempt.
- John and Clare drive down Tobacco Road to listen to this rowdy bunch:Margaret Davidson, Director of the NOAA Coastal Services CenterRay Hilborn Professor at the University of WashingtonBoris Worm, Associate Professor at Dalhousie UniversityJuliet Eilperin, Reporter for The Washington PostRick Methot, Senior Stock Assessment Scientist at NMFSMarty Smith, Associate Professor of Environmental Economics at DukeMike Orbach, Professor of Marine Affairs and Policy at Duke
- Duke graduate students do some pre-panel suggested reading:
- — Clare Fieseler (@SeaFiez)Mon, Apr 09 2012 14:03:53Linwood Pendleton of @NichInstitute starts panel by referencing Dr. Hillborn's NYT 2011 op-ed #overfishingpanel http://www.nytimes.com/2011/04/15/opinion/15hilborn.html?_r=1 …om/2011/04/15/opinion/15hilborn.html?_r=1
- — Clare Fieseler (@SeaFiez)Mon, Apr 09 2012 14:12:59HIllborn takes a shot at Aussies for locking up coral sea. Redistribute fishing to China. Then -- shout out for own book! #overfishingpanel
- — Clare Fieseler (@SeaFiez)Mon, Apr 09 2012 14:14:29Economist Marty Smith says US is good at rebuilding fisherise but not optimizing value. Touts catch share & halibut. #overfishingpanel
- — Clare Fieseler (@SeaFiez)Mon, Apr 09 2012 14:17:07Forage fish! How trendy on your plate. All the rage. But, um, are we accounting for value they already have in fish meal. #overfishingpanel
- — John Bruno (@JohnFBruno)Mon, Apr 09 2012 14:24:28@eilperin ocean fish r the only federal resource that people are allowed to take and sell without paying a fee, i.e., unlike mining, oil etc
- — Clare Fieseler (@SeaFiez)Mon, Apr 09 2012 14:19:29
- — Clare Fieseler (@SeaFiez)Mon, Apr 09 2012 14:24:09@eilperin : fisheries has huge lack of accountability for shark fisheries, gen fisheries, and bycatch. WashPo readers deserve more!
- — Clare Fieseler (@SeaFiez)Mon, Apr 09 2012 14:30:39Dr. Mike Orbach of Duke: 3 points..... 1. Fisheries management never about science, always about human values question. #overfishingpanel
- — Clare Fieseler (@SeaFiez)Mon, Apr 09 2012 14:32:16Mike Orbach : 2. We (in US) turning the corner! Before 1976, no fed fisheries management. Success stories not publicized #overfishingpanel
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