- Mote Marine Laboratory
- NMFS NW Fisheries Science Center
- University of New Hampshire
- University of Southern Mississippi
- Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute
Below is a sample of presentations relevant to some of the key issues and progress being made in this field today. These were presented by SCORE researchers and colleagues at conferences, workshops and other forums about restocking, stock enhancement and sea ranching.
The need for sustainable fisheries and seafood production in the US
- The expanding role of marine aquaculture and fisheries enhancement in sustainable fisheries (pdf version). Sustaining Forests, Fisheries and Aquatic Resources in a Changing World. University of Florida School of Forest Resources and Conservation Spring Symposium. June, 2010.
- Additional background : see Duarte et al. 2009. Will the Oceans Help Feed Humanity, Bioscience; and see Duarte et al., 2007. Rapid Domestication of Marine Species, Science.
Current status of marine culture-based fisheries enhancement
- Aquaculture and Stock Enhancement: A Solution for Protein From the Sea? (Perspectives on History, Pitfalls & Progress of Aquaculture-Based Fisheries Enhancement). Presented at Sustainable Fisheries Workshop, Sponsored by Society for Protection of Nature in Israel, Peres Center for Peace, Peres Peace House, Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel, November 6, 2012.
- Perspectives on 'A Responsible Approach to Marine Stock Enhancement: An Update': better integration with fishery assessment, management, and stakeholder involvement'. 4th International Symposium on Stock Enhancement and Sea Ranching, Shanghai, China, April 2011.
- A comparative study of flatfish enhancement programs. Seventh International Flatfish Symposium. November 2-7, 2008, Sesimbra, Portugal.
- The paradigm shift in coastal and offshore marine stock enhancement and proliferation of a responsible approach. Special session on Environmental Impacts of Coastal Ocean Aquaculture, American Fisheries Society 137th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California. September, 2007.
- Marine Stock Enhancement in the USA: Status, trends and needs. 2nd International Symposium on Stock Enhancement and Sea Ranching, Kobe, Japan, January 2002.
Involving Stakeholders in Fisheries Enhancement Programs
- Community-based stock enhancement: rearing and releasing winter flounder Pseudopleuronectes americanus in Aquinnah, Massachusetts. Aquaculture 2013. The annual meeting of the World Aquaculture Society, February 21-25, 2013, Nashville, TN.
- Bringing Winter Flounder back to Martha's Vineyard through Community Engagement. New Hampshire Sea Grant Publication #: UNHMP-IS-SG-13-04.
- Working With Municipalities to Initiate Stocking Activities: Winter Flounder in the Northeast US. Aquaculture 2010. The annual meeting of the World Aquaculture Society, March 1-5, 2010, San Diego, CA.
Conservation Genetics in Fisheries Enhancement Programs
- Lessons Learned from Project Tampa Bay - Genetic Management Components of Facility Design and Operation.
Defining optimal release strategies & evaluating stocking effect
- Responsible Enhancement of Estuarine Species: Opportunities, Constraints and Tackling Uncertainty. 18th Biennial Conference of the Estuarine Research Federation. Norfolk, Virginia, USA. October 16-20, 2005.
- Implementing a new stocking program in unchartered waters: developing optimal release strategies for winter flounder in Massachusetts, USA. 4th International Stock Enhancement and Sea Ranching Symposium, April 21-23, 2011, Shanghai, China.
Ecology and Life History
- Site Fidelity & Movement in Hatchery-Reared Lingcod. NOAA-Fisheries Northwest Fisheries Science Center
NMFS NW Fisheries Science Center Video: Collecting Ling Cod Eggs
- Florida Marine Fisheries Enhancement Initiative. Presented at 2010 SCORE Technical and Planning meeting at Mote Marine Laboratory, Sarasota Florida.
- Florida update at 2008 SCORE Technical and Planning meeting at NOAA-NWFSC Manchester Laboratory in Manchester Washington.
- Panel Presentation . Alternative Uses of Aquaculture: Replenishing Depleted Fisheries. Presented by SCORE panelist in the session Aquaculture: Understanding the Key Challenges of Sustainability. Capitol Hill Ocean Week 2008. Washington, D.C. June, 2008. (A brief introduction to some of the issues and sources of publications in the field).