Conference Contributions

Prince J.D. (2008). Managing data poor fisheries: Solutions from around the world. Managing Data-Poor Fisheries: Case Studies, Models and Solutions Workshop. University of California Sea Grant Extension Program and California Department of Fish and Game, Berkley, CA, USA December 2008.

Prince J.D. (2008). Re-scaling fisheries assessment and management: access privileges, responsibilities and toolboxes. Mote International Symposium on The Spatial Dimensions of Fisheries. Florida State University, Mote Marine Laboratory, Sarasota, Florida. November 2008.

Prince, J.D. (2008). The Development of Fine Scale Management in Australia. Australian National Abalone Convention. Port Lincoln, September 2008.

Prince, J.D. (2007). The Barefoot Ecologist’s Toolbox. Workshop on the Barefoot Ecologist’s Toolbox. University La Coruna, Galicia, Spain. November 2007.

Prince, J.D. (2006). Sustainability Requires Change to Allocated Property Rights: The story of Abalone. Sharing the Fish Conference 06. Allocation Issues in Fisheries Management. Fremantle, Western Australia. 26 February – 2 March 2006.

Prince, J.D. (2002). Gauntlet fisheries for elasmobranchs – the secret of sustainable shark fisheries. Symposium on Elasmobranch Fisheries: Managing for Sustainable Use and Biodiversity Conservation. North Atlantic Fisheries Organisation. Santiago de Compostela, Spain 11-13 September 2002.

Prince J.D. (2002). The decline of global Haliotid (abalone) production in the late twentieth century; is there a future? Second International Symposium on Stock Enhancement and Sea Ranching. Kobe, Japan 28 Jan. – 1 Feb. 2002

Prince, J.D. (2001). Combating the tyranny of scale: Micro-management for micro-stocks. The Scientific Technical Bases for the Sustainability of Fisheries Miami, USA November 2001.

Prince, J.D. (2001). The Bare-Foot Ecologist’s Toolbox. Vancouver, B.C. Canada September 2001.

Prince, J.D. (2001). Wild Stock Abalone Production; Where are we going? Charting Our Future National Abalone Conference. Adelaide Australia August 2001.

Prince, J.D. (2001). The trouble with paua management. Paua Management Conference, Akaroa, New Zealand 2-3 March 2001.

Prince, J.D. (2000). Monitoring relative abundance in aggregating species, or, Too much environment to manage …. And not enough tax payers to fund it! Workshop to investigate the development of training and accreditation procedures for the provision of scientific data by the fishing industry. Convener: Smith A.J.M. CSIRO. Adelaide, August 23-24, 2000.

Prince, J.D. (1999). Managing Localized Marine Resources: A User’s Guide for Making TURFs Work. Conference and Workshop on Assessment and Management of Marine Invertebrate Stocks-Towards the Implementation of the “Management Areas” System in Chile. Seminario Internacional : Evaluacion y Manejo Recursos Bentonicos. Valparaiso, Chile, August 29-September 3, 1999.

Prince, J.D. (1998). Defining the problem.SEF Workshop on Options for Introducing Flexibility into the ITQ System in the Trawl Sector of the SEF. Canberra 28-29 May 1998.

Prince, J.D. (1997). The Blackwood Catchment – Building the Big Picture. Pathways to Sustainability International Conference. Newcastle, Australia June 1-5, 1997.

Prince, J.D. (1993). Modelling abalone fisheries. Australian Society for August 24-25, 1993. Ed. Hancock D.A. p. 134-142.

Prince, J.D. (1993). The role of population models in managing fisheries: Chairperson’s Introduction. Australian Society for Fish Biology Workshop Proceedings: ‘Population dynamics for fisheries management’. Perth, W.A. August 24-25, 1993. Ed. Hancock D.A. p. 19-20.

Prince, J.D. & Sluczanowski, P.R.W. (1993). The facilitation of localised stock management in the Australian abalone fishery through simulation and modelling: People power in the Australian abalone fishery. International Congress on modelling and simulation. Perth, W.A. 6-10 December, 1993. Proceedings. Eds. McAleer M. & Jakeman A. p. 1683- 1686.

Sluczanowski, P.R.W., Lewis, R.K., Prince, J.D. & Tonkin, J. (1992). Interactive graphics computer models for fisheries management. Presented at the inaugural World Fisheries Congress, Athens, April 1992.

Sluczanowski, P.R.W., T.Walker, J.D.Prince, S.Pascoe, H.Stankovic., S.Forbes., J.Tonkin., N.Schenk & L. Fairburn. (1992). Sharksim 2E – A Bioeconomic model of the Australian southern shark fishery. Australian Society for Fish Biology Annual Conference. Victor Harbour, 12-16 August, 1992.

Prince, J.D. & P. Sluczanowski. (1992). A futuristic look at management strategies for spatially complex fish stocks. Australian Society for Fish Biology Annual Conference. Victor Harbour, 12-16 August, 1992.

Prince, J.D. & Guzman del Proo, S.A. (1991). The relationship between stock and recruitment in the Mexican abalone fishery: Implications for our understanding of the structure of abalone stocks. Mexico-Australia Workshop on Reclutamiento de Recursos Marinos Bentonicos de la Peninsula de Baja California. La Paz, B.C. Mexico 25-29 November 1991.

Prince, J.D. (1989). Managing by rule-of-thumb in South Pacific trochus fisheries. Workshop on Trochus resource assessment, development and management. South Pacific Commission. Port-Vila, Vanuatu 13 May – 2 June 1991.

Prince, J.D. & Shepherd S.A. (1989). Australian fisheries for abalone and their management. The First International Symposium on Abalone. La Paz, Mexico, 21-25 November 1989.

Prince, J.D. (1989). Exploring the dynamics of abalone fisheries using a spatial model of an exploited stock of Haliotis rubra. The First International Symposium on Abalone. La Paz, Mexico, 21-25 November 1989.

Prince, J.D. (1988). Aggregation and dispersion in Haliotis rubra or schooling behaviour in abalone. Australian Society for Fish Biology 15th Annual Conference. Sydney, 21-24 July 1988.

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