WCPFC Management Objectives Workshop 3

Location:
Faleata Sports Complex, Apia, Samoa
Meeting Dates:
Arrangements:
Not provisional
More Information

The third WCPFC Management Objectives Workshop (MOW3), referencing the outcomes of the previous two workshops, MOW1: http://www.wcpfc.int/meetings/wcpfc-management-objectives-workshop and MOW2: http://www.wcpfc.int/meetings/wcpfc-management-objectives-workshop-2, will focus on:

  1. A proposed Conservation and Management Measure (CMM) on establishing a harvest strategy for key tuna species in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean; and
  2. PNA’s draft CMM on a target reference point for skipjack tuna.

 

Both proposals are undergoing revision since they were last presented at the WCPFC Technical Compliance Committee Meeting http://www.wcpfc.int/meetings/10th-regular-session-technical-and-compliance-committee.

Download Meeting Documents*5 Jun 2021ZIP - 9.22 MB
Symbol Title Files Date of Issue
MOW3-WINF-01 WORKSHOP NOTICE AND INFORMATION
Secretariat
MOW3-WINF-02 PROVISIONAL AGENDA
Secretariat
MOW3-WINF-03 PROVISIONAL AGENDA WITH INDICATIVE SCHEDULE AND PAPERS Rev1 (27 November 2014)
Secretariat
MOW3-WINF-04 PROVISIONAL LIST OF DOCUMENTS
Secretariat
Symbol Title Files Date of Issue
MOW3-WP/01 FFA Member CCMs proposal for a conservation and management measure to develop and implement a harvest strategy approach for key tuna species in the WCPO (WCPFC11-2014-DP09) Rev 1 (26 November 2014)
FFA Members
MOW3-WP/02 Consideration of acceptable levels of risk of exceeding Limit Reference Points for the four main tuna stocks: uncertainty and implications for Target Reference Points and Harvest Control Rules
SPC-OFP
MOW3-WP/03 Current and projected stock status of skipjack tuna to inform consideration of Target Reference Points
SPC-OFP
MOW3-WP/04 Proposal for a conservation and management measure on a target reference point for skipjack tuna and explanatory note (WPCPFC11-2014-DP12)
PNA Members and Tokelau
MOW3-WP/05 Multi-species implications of reference points: what might a target reference point of 50%SBF=0 for skipjack tuna mean for bigeye and yellowfin tuna
SPC-OFP
MOW3-WP/06 Compatibility and consequences of alternative potential Target Reference Points for the south Pacific albacore stock
SPC-OFP
MOW3-WP/07 The importance of harvest strategies and two examples of harvest strategies in practice
Australia
MOW3-WP/08 Agreeing a future work plan for establishing effective management frameworks for key fisheries in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean
Australia

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