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Technologies For More Efficient Fisheries. Presented at the Fourth North Pacific RimFisheries Conference, Tokyo, Japan, April 23, 1997. Scientific Fishery Systems, Inc. Patrick K. Simpson President. P.O. Box 242065 Anchorage AK 99524 907/345-7347 907/345-9769. Talk Overview.

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Technologies For More

Efficient Fisheries

Presented at the Fourth North Pacific RimFisheries

Conference, Tokyo, Japan, April 23, 1997.

Scientific Fishery Systems, Inc.

Patrick K. Simpson

President

P.O. Box 242065

Anchorage AK 99524

907/345-7347

907/345-9769

talk overview
Talk Overview
  • What would the ultimate management system be?
  • Where are we now?
  • What technologies are available to move us forward?
the ultimate fisheries management system
The Ultimate Fisheries Management System
  • On-Demand Reporting by all Fish
  • Selective Fish Harvesting
  • Accurate, On-Demand Vessel Report
  • Accurate, Immediate Habitat Assessment
  • Perfect Modeling of Fish Dynamics
current fisheries management
Current Fisheries Management
  • Sparse, Periodic Sampling of Fish Stocks
  • Semi-Selective Harvesting; Bycatch Remains a Problem
  • Periodic Vessel Reporting; Uneven Accuracy of Reports
  • Sparse, Aperiodic Habitat Assessment
  • Crude Models of Fish Dynamics
moving forward
Moving Forward
  • Improved Data Collection
    • On-Board
    • Remotely Sensed
  • Information Processing
    • Spatial Analysis
    • Automatic Model Generation
  • Communications
improved data collection on board
Improved Data Collection:On-Board
  • Fish Species Identification
  • Long-Range School Detection
  • Automated On-Board Stock Categorization
  • Rapid Temperature Profiling
  • Bottom-Type Classification
broadband sonar applications

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Temperature

Profiling

Fish Species

Identification

Sediment &

Effluent Classification

Broadband SonarApplications
broadband sonar applications 2

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Temperature

Profiling

Fish Species

Identification

Sediment &

Effluent Classification

Broadband SonarApplications (2)
broadband sonar applications 3

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Temperature

Profiling

Fish Species

Identification

Sediment &

Effluent Classification

Broadband SonarApplications (3)
sonar array applications

Long-Range Active

Fish School Detection

Floating Passive

Monitor

Fixed-Array Passive

Fish Stock Monitoring

Sonar ArrayApplications
observer s associate
“Observer’s Associate”

Automated On-BoardFish Cataloging

Lights

Fields of View

CCD Cameras

Fish Separator

Field of View

Conveyor Belt Flow Scale

improved data collection remote sensing
Improved Data Collection:Remote Sensing
  • Sea-Surface Temperature
  • Air Pressure and Temperature
  • Wind Speed and Direction
  • Sea-Surface Currents
  • Ocean Color
  • Ice-Edge Movement
information processing spatial analysis
Information Processing:Spatial Analysis
  • Integration of Data Sources
  • Identification of Bycatch Areas
  • Species Correlation Analysis
information processing automatic model generation
Information Processing:Automatic Model Generation
  • Database Mining
  • Neural Network Modeling
  • Nonlinear Dynamical Systems
communications
Communications
  • Low-Earth Orbit Satellites
  • Internet the Ocean
in summary
In Summary ...
  • Technologies are available to assist in fisheries management
  • The fisheries will benefit from these technologies
  • Scientific Fishery Systems looks forward to playing a key role in the development of these technologies
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