[Developers] Fwd: Invitation: AFS 2014 Symposium

dave fournier davef at otter-rsch.com
Thu Jan 2 15:35:43 PST 2014

On 14-01-02 01:02 PM, Steve Martell wrote:

What language is it in?

> We should make a concerted effort to present the future of ADMB at 
> this symposium as well.  If I go I would be happy to present, but I 
> think our prez would be better suited.
> S
> Begin forwarded message:
>> *From: *Patrick Lynch <patrick.lynch at noaa.gov 
>> <mailto:patrick.lynch at noaa.gov>>
>> *Subject: **Invitation: AFS 2014 Symposium*
>> *Date: *January 2, 2014 at 11:43:43 AM PST
>> *To: *Paul Rago - NOAA Federal <paul.rago at noaa.gov 
>> <mailto:paul.rago at noaa.gov>>, <michael.fogarty at noaa.gov 
>> <mailto:michael.fogarty at noaa.gov>>, Clay Porch <clay.porch at noaa.gov 
>> <mailto:clay.porch at noaa.gov>>, "Erik H. Williams" 
>> <erik.williams at noaa.gov <mailto:erik.williams at noaa.gov>>, James 
>> Thorson - NOAA Federal <james.thorson at noaa.gov 
>> <mailto:james.thorson at noaa.gov>>, Jason Cope - NOAA Federal 
>> <jason.cope at noaa.gov <mailto:jason.cope at noaa.gov>>, 
>> <ian.taylor at noaa.gov <mailto:ian.taylor at noaa.gov>>, 
>> <alec.maccall at noaa.gov <mailto:alec.maccall at noaa.gov>>, 
>> <paul.crone at noaa.gov <mailto:paul.crone at noaa.gov>>, "Gerard DiNardo" 
>> <gerard.dinardo at noaa.gov <mailto:gerard.dinardo at noaa.gov>>, Douglas 
>> Lipton - NOAA Federal <douglas.lipton at noaa.gov 
>> <mailto:douglas.lipton at noaa.gov>>, <bence at msu.edu 
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>> <mailto:rayh at u.washington.edu>>, Terrance Quinn II 
>> <Terry.Quinn at alaska.edu <mailto:Terry.Quinn at alaska.edu>>, 
>> <jcollie at gso.uri.edu <mailto:jcollie at gso.uri.edu>>, 
>> <ojensen at marine.rutgers.edu <mailto:ojensen at marine.rutgers.edu>>, 
>> Michael Wilberg <wilberg at umces.edu <mailto:wilberg at umces.edu>>, 
>> <miller at umces.edu <mailto:miller at umces.edu>>, <stevem at iphc.int 
>> <mailto:stevem at iphc.int>>, <mmaunder at iattc.org 
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>> <mailto:Jake.Rice at dfo-mpo.gc.ca>>, <an at aqua.dtu.dk 
>> <mailto:an at aqua.dtu.dk>>, <laurie.kell at iccat.int 
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>> <mailto:ernesto.jardim at jrc.ec.europa.eu>>, John M Hoenig 
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>> <tbranch at uw.edu <mailto:tbranch at uw.edu>>, Arni Magnusson 
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>> <dgoethel at umassd.edu <mailto:dgoethel at umassd.edu>>, "Rich Bell" 
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>> <deborah.hart at noaa.gov <mailto:deborah.hart at noaa.gov>>, 
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>> <mailto:grant.thompson at noaa.gov>>, John Walter - NOAA Federal 
>> <john.f.walter at noaa.gov <mailto:john.f.walter at noaa.gov>>, 
>> <jonathan.deroba at noaa.gov <mailto:jonathan.deroba at noaa.gov>>, Kyle 
>> Shertzer <kyle.shertzer at noaa.gov <mailto:kyle.shertzer at noaa.gov>>, 
>> Enric Cortes <enric.cortes at noaa.gov <mailto:enric.cortes at noaa.gov>>, 
>> <m.sissenwine at gmail.com <mailto:m.sissenwine at gmail.com>>
>> *Cc: *Tara Dolan - NOAA Affiliate <tara.dolan at noaa.gov 
>> <mailto:tara.dolan at noaa.gov>>, Richard Methot 
>> <richard.methot at noaa.gov <mailto:richard.methot at noaa.gov>>, Jason 
>> Link - NOAA Federal <jason.link at noaa.gov <mailto:jason.link at noaa.gov>>
>> Dear Colleague,
>> We are writing to formally invite you to participate in a symposium 
>> at this year's annual meeting of the American Fisheries Society 
>> titled */The Next Generation of Fish Stock Assessments/*. The meeting 
>> will be held in Quebec City, Canada during the week of 17-21 August, 
>> 2014. With this symposium, we are hoping for stimulating and 
>> visionary discussions on the future of stock assessment science that 
>> will help identify key areas for stock assessment research and 
>> development. We have confirmed two keynote presentations by Drs. 
>> Richard Methot and Jason Link, and we have secured sponsorship for 
>> this symposium from the Marine Fisheries Section of AFS. If there is 
>> sufficient interest from the presenters we are willing to pursue 
>> either publishing the proceedings in an AFS journal, or preparing a 
>> review-style manuscript that synthesizes our discussions. Given the 
>> complex and multidimensional nature of fisheries management, we are 
>> hoping for contributions from participants representing diverse 
>> backgrounds and areas of expertise. You are an expert in one or more 
>> facets of fish stock assessment, and we would sincerely appreciate 
>> your participation, perspective, and insight.
>> Please see the attached draft symposium proposal. If you are 
>> interested in participating, please *provide a tentative presentation 
>> title* to Patrick Lynch (Patrick.Lynch at NOAA.GOV 
>> <mailto:Patrick.Lynch at NOAA.GOV>) and/or Tara Dolan 
>> (Tara.Dolan at NOAA.GOV <mailto:Tara.Dolan at NOAA.GOV>) *before January 
>> 10, 2014*. This initial deadline is to ensure that we have at least 
>> 10 presenters in line when our proposal is submitted to AFS. Your 
>> abstracts can then be submitted on the meeting website 
>> (http://afs2014.org/) between Jan. 31 and March 14, 2014.
>> We anticipate an interesting and informative symposium with broad 
>> appeal, and we sincerely hope that you are willing and able to 
>> participate. If you have any questions about the symposium, please do 
>> not hesitate to ask, and feel free to forward the invitation to your 
>> colleagues. Thank you for your consideration.
>> Best regards,
>> Patrick Lynch and Tara Dolan, Symposium Organizers
>> -- 
>> Patrick D. Lynch, Ph.D.
>> Stock Assessment Coordinator
>> NOAA Fisheries
>> U.S. Department of Commerce
>> Office: 301.427.8151
>> patrick.lynch at noaa.gov <mailto:first.last at noaa.gov>
>> www.nmfs.noaa.gov <http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/>
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