Proceedings of the International Symposium on the Genus Chionoecetes, May 3-6, 1982
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Proceedings of the International Symposium on the Genus Chionoecetes, May 3-6, 1982

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    rab of the genus Chionoecetes support commercial fisheries in the northwest Atlantic, North Pacific, and the Bering Sea. Fisheries for the genus are regulated and managed by Canada, Japan, the United States and the Soviet Union. Within the jurisdiction of each country exist localized fisheries administered by regional agencies. Thus, on a worldwide basis there are many unrelated research and. management programs which localize the focus of their efforts. Communication between individuals associated with management of regional fisheries is impeded by geographic separation, differences in languages, and the tendency of agencies to record research information in reports with limited circulation. To facilitate the information exchange between individuals involved with research and management of the resource this international symposium on the genus Chionoecetes was convened May 3-6, 1982 in Anchorage, Alaska. There were four major objectives of the symposium: l) to facilitate the meeting of individuals associated with the Chi onoecetes fisheries, 2) to provide a forum where reseaxchers and fishery managers could formally describe their current programs and concurrently receive comments from persons attending the syposium, 3) utilizing a workshop approach to identify the types of research necessary to better manage the resource, and 4! to document both the papers presented at the symposium and the results of the workshop on research needs. It is hoped that this symposium will set a precedent and in the future years similar symposia on the genus Chionoecetes will be convened.
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