Development of Electronic Fishery Information Systems for West Coast and National Fisheries: Proceedings of Two Workshops, May 3-4, 2011 Portland, OR, September 8-9, 2011 Seattle, WA, Final Report, June 2012 Public Deposited

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  • Fisheries nationwide are facing major challenges that require collection of real time (RT) and near real time (NRT) information. High-resolution RT and NRT data are critical for addressing a variety of fishery needs including quota accounting, observer coverage, bycatch management, electronic logbook and fish ticket requirements, research and monitoring, spatial mapping, and product tracking and marketing. But there are major questions about the development and use of these electronic fishery information systems (eFIS): Who owns the data and how will they be shared? Can data be used to improve the economic success of the industry while also meeting regulatory requirements? How do we avoid costly and duplicative systems? And how do we ensure that systems designed to share data also protect individual privacy? The transition to RT and NRT electronic systems poses potential benefits but also raises major questions. This document summarizes the proceedings of two workshops to discuss implementation of eFIS for West Coast (May 3-4, 2011 in Portland, OR) and national (September 8-9, 2011 in Seattle, WA) fisheries. At each workshop stakeholders discussed critical issues and developed recommendations for designing and implementing eFIS systems. A number of important principles emerged about which there was general consensus within and across the two workshops. These principles form a set of findings and recommendations to guide successful eFIS development
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  • Steinberg, N., G. Sylvia and J. Dresler. 2012. Development of Electronic Fishery Information Systems for West Coast and National Fisheries: Proceedings of Two Workshops, May 3-4, 2011 Portland, OR, September 8-9, 2011 Seattle, WA, Final Report, June 2011. Newport: Coastal Oregon Marine Experiment Center.
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  • Executive Summary 1 Findings and Recommendations 1 Introduction 4 West Coast eFIS Workshop 6 Introduction 6 Summaries of Presentations 7 Summaries of Panel Discussions 12 Summaries of Breakout Group Proceedings 22 Wrap-up Discussion Points 27 National eFIS Workshop 31 Introduction 31 Summaries of AFS Symposium Presentations 31 Summaries of Panelist Comments 43 Summaries of Breakout Group Proceedings 46 Summary of Open Discussion 51 Overall Recommendations and Guiding Principles 52 Guidance, Incentives and Recommendations 52 Next Steps 54 Contacts 54 Appendices 1. West Coast Workshop Agenda & Breakout Group Guidance 55 2. West Coast Workshop Attendees 61 3. National Workshop Agenda & Breakout Group Guidance 65 4. National Workshop Attendees 70 5. eFIS Resources 72
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