Oral and Poster Presentation Schedule

Tuesday Concurrent Sessions details 

 

 

Biological Assessment

Lebanon Room
(Room D209; Floor 2 in Building D)

Economic and Social Assessment

Mexico Room
(Room D213; Floor 2 in Building D)

Drivers and Synergies

Philippine Room
(Room C277; Floor 2 in Building C)

Policy and Governance

Ethiopia Room
(Room C285; Floor 2 in Building C)

10:15

Introductory statements

Dr. Rose Emma Mamaa Entsua-Mensah, Panel Chair

Introductory statements

Dr. Eddie Allison, Panel Chair

Introductory statements

Mr. Anthony Cox, Panel Chair

Introductory statements

Dr. Devin Bartley, Panel Chair

10:20

The Foundation of Inland Fisheries – Key Principals of Ensuring Healthy and Productive Freshwater Ecosystems
Nicolas W. R. Lapointe, Steven J. Cooke, Jack G. Imhof, Daniel Boisclair, John M. Casselman, R. Allen Curry, Otto E. Langer, Robert L. McLaughlin, Charles K. Minns, John R. Post, Michael Power, Joseph B. Rasmussen, John D. Reynolds, John S. Richardson, & William M. Tonn
Canada 
Kole Fish Culture: an Alternate Option for Increased Fish Production Towards Food Security and Support Livelihood in Drought Prone Northwest Bangladesh
Md. Israil Golder & Md. Amimul Ehshan
Bangladesh 
Integrating Social and Ecological Paradigms to Develop a Unifying Concept for Water and Inland Fisheries Management
Vivian M. Nguyen, Ian G. Cowx, T. Douglas Beard, William W. Taylor, & Steven J. Cooke
Canada
Fisheries Governance in the 21st Century: Barriers and Opportunities for Fisheries and Fish Conservation in South American Large Rivers
Claudio Baigun & Trilce Castillo
Argentina

10:30

Assessing Condition of Freshwater Habitats Using a Landscape Approach: Improving Opportunities for Conserving Inland Fisheries Over Large Regions
Dana M. Infante & William W. Taylor
United States of America
From Fishing to Farming (Cage Culture) in Lake Jipe, TanzaniaFatma A. Sobo, Willy Wiliam Bwemelo, & Ephraim Simon
United Republic of Tanzania 
Triumphs and Tragedies of Partnerships: Balancing Competing Objectives for the Upper Mississippi River Restoration’s Environmental Management Program
John H. Chick
United States of America 
Implementing the National Fisheries Policy through Field Lessons and Experiences:  Challenges and Policy Options and Legislative Alternatives for a Sound Fisheries Co-management Regime: The Case for Managing Lakes Victoria, Albert and Kyoga Fisheries in Uganda
Seremos Kamuturaki
Uganda

10:40

Biological Assessment of Small-Scale Tropical Inland Fisheries: Navigating Complexity, Limited Knowledge, and Human Responses
Kai Lorenzen, Robert Arthur, Caroline Garaway, Sarah Martin, & Sophia Nguyen Khoa
United States of America
Livelihoods and Culture of Lake Victoria Fishing Communities, Tanzania
Paul O. Onyango
United Republic of Tanzania 
Linking Conservation of Fisheries Resources with Livelihood Generation: Case Study from Central India
Nilesh K. Heda
India 
Integrated Swamp Management to Promote Sustainability of Fish Resources: Case Study in Pampangan Swamp, South Sumatra Province, Indonesia
Dina Muthmainnah & Budi Iskandar Prisantoso
Indonesia

10:50

Indices for Biological Assessments: Past, Present, and Future
Craig P. Paukert & Nicholas A. Sievert
United States of America
How Much Does Capture Fish Contribute to Rural Livelihoods? A Welfare Approach in The Kingdom of Cambodia
Eric Baran, A. Bhatta, S. Saray, V. Simpson, & S. Tan
Cambodia 
Ecological Services and Drivers of Caribbean Freshwater Fisheries
Thomas J. Kwak, Augustin C. Engman, Jesse R. Fisher, & Craig G. Lilyestrom
United States of America 
Status of Fishing in Southern Parts of the Caspian Sea
Bahram Falahatkar
Islamic Republic of Iran

11:00

A Moving Target : Incorporating Spatial Ecology of Fish into Biological Assessment and Management of Inland Fisheries
Steven J. Cooke, Michael Power, Susan Doka, Charles Kruege, John Dettmers, Eduardo Martins
Canada
In the Frame: The Role of Women in Inland Fisheries: A Photo-Voice Assessment
Alison Simmance Fiona Simmance & Jeppe Kolding
United Kingdom 
Influence of Deforestation on Fisheries in the Amazon Floodplains
Caroline Arantes, Kirk Winemiller, Miguel Petrere, Leandro Castello, & Carlos Freitas
Brazil
Disease Risks to Inland Fisheries: How Effective Are Current Policies in Preventing Fish Pathogen Spread?
Mohamed Faisal
United States of America

11:10

How Standard Fish Sampling Methods Help Improve Biological Assessment Across Political Boundaries
Scott A. Bonar, Wayne A. Hubert, & Norman Mercado Silva
United States of America
A Sunrise or a Sunset Sector? Assessing Development, Planning, Investments, GDP Contributions, and Human Resources Development in Indian Fisheries
Pachampalayam Shanmugam Ananthan, Gautam Pooja, Palita Nibetita, Anand Ajay, Vichare Priyanka, Debnath Biswajit, Sukham Munil Kumar, Ramasubramanian, V., Mukundan Krishnan, Lakra Wazir Singh
India 
Hydraulic Fracturing and Brook Trout in the Marcellus Shale Region: A Combined Observational Study and Modeling Approach
Maya Weltman-Fahs & Todd M. Walter
United States of America 
Recreational Fishing and Traditional Livelihoods: Challenges and Perspectives for an Integrated Management Plan of Protected Natural Areas (PNAs) in Amazon
Camila Sobral Barra
Brazil 

11:20

Understanding the Role of Water Dynamics in Governing Fisheries Productivity and Novel Approaches in Monitoring and Evaluation
Fiona  Simmance & Jeppe Kolding
United Kingdom 
Freshwater Fisheries Yield Replacement Cost (Land and Water) for Protein and the Micronutrients Contribution in the Lower Mekong River Basin and Related Countries
David Lymer, Felix Teillard, Carolyn Opio, & Devin Bartley
Sweden 
Exploring the Role of Nutrients, Predator Stocking, and Climate Change on Fisheries Production in Lakes Michigan and Huron, North America
David B. Bunnell, Richard P. Barbiero, Brent Lofgren, Charles P. Madenjian, & Yu-Chun Kao
United States of America 
The Social and Institutional Contexts of Urban Aquaculture: Resource Access, Equity, and Policy Support
Olivia Muza
Zimbabwe 

11:30

A Fuzzy Logic Approach to Explore the Dynamic of Changes that Affect Inland Fisheries in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia
Eny Buchary, Cameron Ainsworth, & Tracy Van Holt
Indonesia and Sweden
River Sanctuaries of The Republic of India: Worshiping Endangered Fish and Rivers
Parineeta Dandekar & Himanshu Thakkar
India
Effects of Climate Change on Inland Water Bodies: Consequences on Livelihood and Food Security, A Case Study in Chalanbeeel, Bangladesh
Hasan Abdullah; Bangabandhu Sheikh, Mujibur Rahman
Bangladesh 
Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries and Aquaculture for Southern Lake Malawi and Lake Malombe: Rebuilding Declined Chambo Stocks for Increased Socio-Economic Benefits for the Local Community
Friday Njaya
Malawi  

11:40

The Potential of Fishermen Log Books in Fisheries Assessment
Christian Skov & Josianne Stottrup
Denmark 
Improving Rural Livelihood Through Sustainable Integrated Fish and Crop Production System in Limpop Province, South Africa
Jacky Phosa
South Africa 
The Intersection of Ecosystem Change and New Emerging Fisheries: A Case Study of Mille Lac Lake, Minnesota
Donald L. Pereira, Melissa K. Treml, Richard E. Bruesewitz, Patrick J. Schmalz, Thomas S. Jones, & Paul A. Venturelli
United States of America 
Recent State and Main Problems of Inland Fisheries in RussiaDmitry F. Pavlov & Yuri V. Gerasimov
Russian Federation 

11:50

Mobile Technologies and Inland Fisheries Assessment: Insight from a Case-Study of a Popular Smartphone Application in Alberta, Canada
Paul A. Venturell; , Jason T Papenfuss; Nick Phelps and David Fulton
United States of America
Relative Importance of Fish and Other Protein Sources for the Populations of the Brazilian Amazon Basin
Victoria Judith Isaac, M. C. Almeida, & J. Valbo-Jorgensen
Brazil 
Research Informing Management and Legislation: Merging Biology with Hydrology to Prevent Fisheries Declines in the Lower Mekong Region
Lee J. Baumgartner, M. Mallen-Cooper, Garry Thorncraft, Douangkham Singhanouvong, Oudom Phonekhampheng, Tim Marsden, Craig T. Boys, & Chris Barlow
Australia 
Governance of Inland Capture Fisheries: A Namibian Perspective
Moses Maurinhungirire
Namibia 

12:00

 

Lunch

13:30

Problems in Catch Assessment and Fisheries Management in the Upper Zambezi River System, Africa
Denis Tweddle, Richard A. Peel, Clinton J. Hay, & Olaf L. F. Weyl
Namibia 
Using Household Dynamics to Determine the Role of Inland Fish in Local Food Security
So-Jung Youn, William W. Taylor, T. Douglas Beard, & Robin Welcomme
United States of America 
A Dam by a Thousand Canals
Sui Chian Phang, Sarah Laborde, Ian Hamilton, Mark Durand, Bryan Mark, Ningchuan Xiao, Roland Ziebe, Mahmaat Aboukar, & Mark Moritz
Malaysia 
Addressing the Post-2015 Development Agenda by Coordinated Management of Land, Rivers, Coasts, and Seas – From Source to Sea
Torkil Jønch Clausen
Denmark 

13:40

Assessment of Fish Ecological Status of Rivers in Poland (EFI Plus PL, IBI PL)
Prus Pawé, Adamczyk Mikó, Buras Pawé, Wíniewolski Weisaw, & Piotr Parasiewicz
Poland 
Inland Fisheries Continue to Contribute Significantly to Food and Nutrition Security of the Poor
Shakuntala Thilsted
Bangladesh 
Dams: A Ubiquitous Landscape Feature Affecting Fisheries
Daniel B. Hayes
United States of America 
Policy and Governance Challenges Facing Riverine Fisheries in India
Parineeta Dandekar & Himanshu Thakkar


13:50

Assessing Inland Fisheries: What Can be Learned from Australia’s Murray-Darling Basin?
John Koehn
Australia 
Nutrition Security of Developing Regions and Vulnerable to Decline in Freshwater Fisheries
Gordon W. Holtgrieve & E. H. Allison
United States of America 
Impacts of Upstream Dams and Irrigation on the Fishes of the World’s Largest Desert Lake
Natasha Gownaris, E. Pikitch,  W. Ojwang,  R. Michener  & L. Kaufman
United States of America 
Patterns Devised by French Inland Commercial fishermen to Maintain their Knowledge, Expertise, and Heritage Values to Face Serious Crises Affecting Aquatic Environments: A Strategy for Safeguarding
Philippe Boisneau, Nicolas Michelet, Didier Moreau, & Marc-Adrien Marcellier
France 

14:00

Fishing Down or Fishing Up in Chinese Freshwater Lakes
Yuyu Wang, Jun Xu, Xiubo Yu, Guangchun Lei
China
Inland Artisanal Fisheries Cooperatives in Crisis: A Case Study of Sociedad Cooperative de Producción Pesquera La Sinaloense, Huizache-Caimanero Lagoon System, Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico
Silvia Rivera, Jean Desmazes, & Felipe Amezcua
Costa Rica 
Improving the Design of Irrigation Infrastructure to Increase Fisheries Production in Floodplain Wetlands of the Lower Mekong Basin: Lao PDR
Oudom Phonekhampeng, Lee J. Baumgartner, Z. Daniel Deng, Garry Thorncraft, Craig A. Boys, Richard S. Brown, Kate B. Martin, Anna Navarro, Brett Pflugrath, & Douangkham Singhanouvong
Lao People’s Democratic Republic 
Local-Scale Governance: A Review of the Zambian Approach to Fisheries Management
Lloyd Haambiya,, Danny Sinyinza, Lawrence Makasa, & Amulike Msukwa
Zambia 

14:10

Capture Fisheries Monitoring in the Lower Mekong Basin
Ngor Peng Bun, Peter Degen & So Nam
Cambodia

Bio-economics of Cage Aquaculture Externalities in Lake Volta in Ghana
Wisdom Akpalu Worku T. Bitew
Ghana

The Virome Associated with Ballast Waters in the Great Lakes
Joan B. Rose, Tiong G. Aw, & Yiseul Kim
United States of America 
Managing Populations of Introduced Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) in Southern Chile: Balancing a Sustainable Recreational Fishery with Societal Demands
Doris Soto, I. Arismendi, M. Garcia, & F. Jara
Italy

14:20

Lee Trap Fisheries Monitoring in Southern Lao PDR
Douangkham Singhanouvong
Lao People’s Democratic Republic
Need for Improved Recognition of the True Value of South and East African Inland Fishery Systems
Mafaniso Hara, Paul Onyango, Linda Mhlanga, Friday Njaya, Lapo Magole, & Ernesto Poiosse Hele
South Africa
Fostering Socioeconomic and Environmental Benefits via Freshwater Ornamental Fisheries
Scott Dowd & Rajeev Raghavan
United States of America 
Socio-Ecological Analyses of Management Options for Small-Scale Fisheries in the Brazilian Amazon: Challenges and Opportunities
Renato Azevedo Matias Silvano,Gustavo Hallwass, Priscila F. Lopes, & Alpina Begossi
Brazil 

14:30

How National Household Consumption and Expenditure Surveys can Improve our Understanding of Fish Consumption Patterns Within a Country and the Role of Inland Fisheries in Food Security and Nutrition within a Country
Simon Funge-Smith
Thailand
Can Certification and Ecolabeling Combine Economic and Environmental Benefits in Freshwater Fisheries?
Nicolas L. Gutierrez
United Kingdom 
Economic Valuation of Water Quality Hazards on Rice-Prawn Farming and its Impact on the Livelihoods of Fishing Communities along Vemband Lake
Joy Rosewine & K. Thomson
India 
Sustaining Fisheries in the Inner Niger Delta, Mali
Bakary Kone, Diallo Mory, & Van Frank Weert
Mali 

14:40

New Estimation Method for Global Freshwater Fish Production
Andrew M. Deines, David B. Bunnell, Mark W. Rogers, David H. Bennion, Whitney Woelmer, Colin N. Brooks, Amanda G. Grimm, Zachary Raymer, Michael J. Sachs, Robert A. Schuchman, & T. Douglas Beard
United States of America
Controlling Schistosomiasis among Fisherfolk in Uganda
Melissa Parker
United Kingdom 
Landscape Scale Dynamics of Fishers, Fish, and Policy: Experiments, Data, and Models of Canadian Recreational Fisheries
John R. Post, A. Clarke, W. Haider, T. Carruthers, M. McAllister, & K. Dabrowska
Canada
Integrating Fishery Interests when Considering Habitat Restoration: Insights from the Laurentian Great Lakes
John M. Dettmers, R. L. Knight, & J. T. Tyson
United States of America

14:50

A Global Estimate of Theoretical Potential Annual Inland Capture Fisheries Production
David Lymer, Felix Marttin, Gerd Marmulla & Devin Bartley
Sweden
Community-Based Fish Protected/Sanctuary Management
Nyro Tum
Cambodia 
Inland Fisheries and Global Food Security:  Can We Gather Insight from Land-based Agricultural Systems?
Steven G. Pueppke
United States of America 
Rehabilitating Fishes of the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia
John Koehn
Australia

15:00

Coffee Break

15:30

Concurrent Breakout Sessions
Biological Assessment Panel
Lebanon Room
(Room D209; Floor 2 in Building D)
Concurrent Breakout Sessions
Economic and Social Assessment Panel
Mexico Room
(Room D213; Floor 2 in Building D)
Concurrent Breakout Sessions
Drivers and Synergies Panel
Philippines Room
(Room C277; Floor 2 in Building C)
Concurrent Breakout Sessions
Policy and Governance Panel
Ethiopia Room
(Room C285; Floor 2 in Building D)

17:00

Reception and Poster Session
Library (Floor 0 in Building  A)

 

Poster Session details

Posters are on display in the FAO Library, Floor 0, Building A throughout the conference

Poster Session Reception with authors present – 17:00, Tuesday, 27 January

Biological Assessment

Social and Economic Assessment

Drivers and Synergies

Policy and Governance

1

Assessing Inland Fisheries in Remote Forest Streams: Evaluation of Participatory Approaches in the Western Ghats Freshwater Ecoregion, India
Rajeev Raghavan Pichirikkat & Neelesh Dahanukar
India 
Ethnoicthyology as Subsidy to the Closed Season of Commercial Fish Species in Eastern Amazonia
Luiza Prestes de Souza, Jonatas R. Santos, Alexandro C. Florentino, Maria G. M. Soares, & Fabiana C. Cunha

Brazil 
Dams and Riverine Fisheries in India: A Need for New Approaches
Parineeta Dandekar & Himanshu Thakkar
India 
Status of Fishing in Southern Parts of the Caspian Sea
Bahram Falahatkar
Islamic Republic of Iran 

2

Egyptian Nile River Fisheries Assessment with Special Reference to Tilapia Fishery
Sahar F. Mehanna
Egypt 
Evolution of Inland Fisheries in the Countries of SICA
Reinaldo Rodriguez Morales &. Mario R. Gonzalez

El Salvador 
Impacts of Exotic Fish Species on Natural Environment in Viet Nam: A Review
Vu Vi An
Viet Nam 
Breaking Down Barriers to Transparent Decisions: A Role for Structured Decision-Making in the Management of Impounded Rivers
Lisa K. Peterson, Michael L. Jones, & John M. Dettmers
United States of America 

3

Size Structure and Sex Maturity Variations on Nile Perch (Lates niloticus L.) in Lake Victoria
Enock W. Mlaponi, Paul A. M. Van Zwieten, Robert Kayanda, & Charles Mashafi
United Republic of Tanzania  
Reflected on the Neglected: Identifying the Social, Economic, and Ecological Importance of Inland Fish and Fisheries
Abigail J. Lynch, T. Douglas Beard, Shannon Bower, David B. Bunnell, Steven J, Cooke, Ian G. Cowx, Andrew Deines, Vivian M. Nguyen,Joel Nohner, Kaviphone Phouthavong, Mark Rogers, William W. Taylor, Whitney Woelmer, & So-Jung Youn

United States of America
Assessing Fish Population Vulnerability to Types of Parasite Impact to Safeguard Fishery Production
Sui Chian Phang, Rob Britton, Richard Stillman, Dylan Roberts, & Rudy Gozlan
Malaysia 
Identifying Freshwater Protected Zones and Co-Management Partnerships in the Vicinity of Fishways in Tropical Systems in Order to Prevent Localized Overharvest in the Lower Mekong Basin, Lao PDR
Douangkham Singhanouvon, Oudom Phonekhampeng, Lee J. Baumgartner, Daniel Z. Deng, Garry Thorncraft, Craig A. Boys, & Richard S. Brown
Lao People’s Democratic Republic 

4

Composition, Biomass Distribution, and Population structure of the Fish Stocks in Lake Victoria, Tanzania Side
Enock W. Mlaponi, Robert Kayanda, B.S. Msuku, & Charles Mashafi
United Republic of Tanzania
Fisheries Related Policies in India: Livelihood-Conservation Paradox
Madhushree Munsi & N. A. Aravind

India
Capture Fishery in Relation to Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) Management in the Mountaneous Lakes of Pokhara Valley, Nepal
Md Akbal Husen, Subodh Sharma, Jay Dev Bista, Surendra Prasad, & Agni Nepal
Nepal 
Enhanced Fish Production in Man-Made Reservoirs in Sri Lanka Through Introduction of Culture Based Fisheries
Jayantha Chandrasoma
Sri Lanka 

5

Does Variation in Electrofishing Catch-Per-Unit-Effort Reflect Variation in the Abundance of Fishes?
John H. Chick, C. R. Dolan, & G. G. Sass
United States of America 
Inland Fisheries in Nepal: Challenges and Opportunities
Deependra Kafle, Bup Raj Pandey, & Uddaba Giri

Nepal 
The Success of Ecological Criteria Based Biological Assessment in Turkey Inlands
Sedat Vahdet Yerli, Fatih Mangit, & Mustafa Korkmaz
Turkey 
The Prospect for Regional Governance of Inland Fisheries in Central Eurasia
Norman A. Graham
United States of America 

6

Current State of the Inland Fisheries in Mexico
Felipe Amezcua & Claire Coiraton
Mexico 
Measuring the Development of Community-Based Conservation in Small-Scale Fisheries in the Amazon
Caroline Arantes, Leandro Castello, Aby Sene-Harper, Nicole Angeli, & David McGrath

Brazil
A Review of the Biological Impact of Cichlid Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems in Nigeria
Afamdi Anene
Nigeria 
How Can Science Strengthen Adaptive Management Capabilities in Myanmar Inland Fisheries
Khin Maung Soe, Nyunt Win, Gareth Johnstone, Matthew, & Xavier Tezzo
United Kingdom 

7

Assessing Nursery Habitat for Sabalo (Prochilodus lineatus) in the Parana River Delta, Argentina with Modis-Evi Imagery
Priscilla G. Minotti & P. Kandus
Argentina 
Decline in Freshwater Natural Resources and Future of Inland Fisheries & Aquaculture: Threatened Livelihood and Food Security in Indus Valley, Pakistan
Muhammad Naeem Khan

Pakistan 
Innovative Initiative for Enhancing Inland Fish Production Utilizing Granite Quarries: A Case Study from South India
P. A. Vikas & Sinoj Subramannian
India 
The Great Debate on the Great Lakes: How Value Systems around Aquaculture Influence Public Policy
Betsy Riley, William W. Taylor, Marc Gaden, & Nancy J. Leonard
United States of America 

8

Assessment of Lake Trout Egg Fatty Acid Signatures in the Great Lakes: Reflection of Variability in Prey Assemblages
Sergiusz J. Czesny, Jacques Rinchard & Dale  Hanson
United States of America 
The Value of Tanzania Fisheries: Assessment of the Contribution of the Sector to Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
Lilian Ibengwe & G. J. de Graaf

United Republic of Tanzania 
Increased Eutrophication and Resulting Microcystein Concentrations in the Nyanza Gulf, Lake Victoria, Kenya
Lewis M. Sitoki, Chrispine S. Nyamweya, & James M. Njiru
Kenya 
Self Help Groups in Indian Fisheries Sector: Cases in Tribal Dominated State Chhattisgarh
Shweta Kumari, Arpita Sharma, M. Krishnan, C. S. Chaturvedi
India 

9

Conservation of the Migratory Stocks of Giant River Prawn Macrobrachium rosenbergii in Vembana Lake, Kerala, India
K. R. Salin
Thailand 
Promoting Ecosystem Resilience by Engaging Women Fishers in Fishery Management on the Sekong River, Lao People’s Democratic Republic
Charlotte Moser

United States of America 
Does Tank Cleaner (Pterygoplichthys spp.) Clean Out Fishermen Livelihood? The Case of Huruluwewa Tank in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka
G. G. N. Rathnayake,, R.H.G.R.,  Wathsala, A. P. S. Fernando, T. V. Sundarabarathy, & D. S. B. Dissanayake
Sri Lanka 
Effects of Law Enforcement on Inland Fisheries Sustainability
Molly J. Good, William W. Taylor, Edmund F. McGarrell, Kevin Ramsey, & Chris Goddard
United States of America 

10

Population Studies and Abundance of Freshwater Fishes of Two Major Reservoirs in Ondo State, Nigeria
Olaronke Olawusi-Peters, Oluayo Anthony Bello-Olusoji, Kemi F. Aremu, & Omobolanie R. Adeboye
Nigeria 
Livelihood and Poverty among Fishers and Non-Fishers in Hirakud Reservoir Region, Odisha, India
Palita N. Nibedita, S. Ananthan,  P. Debabrata & V. Ramsubramanian

India 
Rapfish for Reservoir Fisheries Management in Indian States
Chrispin C. Lloyd & P. S. Ananthan
India 
Reservoirs of Doom and Boom: a Critical Reappraisal of Yield Estimates, Policy and Governance Framework for Reservoir Fisheries Development in India
Ananthan Pachampalayam Shanmugam, V. Ramasubramanian, & Chrispin C. Lloyd
India 

11

Between the Canoe and the Laptop: Fish Sampling in the Upper Rio Negro
Pieter-Jan van der Veld
Brazil 
Economic and Social Analysis of Artisanal Fishermen in Taraba State, Nigeria
Bernadette T. Fregene

Nigeria 
Adaptation Strategies of Fishermen and Tropical Small Scale Fisheries to Environmental Variability: What to Expect from Anthropogenic Changes?
Victoria Judith Isaac & L. Castello
Brazil 
Law and Traditional Knowledge in Fisheries Agreement in the Community of Sano Antánio Do Rio Urubu Boa Vista Do Ramos Amazon, Brazil
Denison Melo de Aguiar & Serguei Aily Franco de Camargo
Brazil 

12

Collaborative Research of Mekong River Fisheries
David Allen Hewitt, Ut Vu Ngoc, Matthew E. Andersen, John W. Beeman, Harmony C. Patricio, Shaara M. Ainsley, Doug B. Demko, & Craig Conzelmann
United States of America 
Status and Potential of the Ornamental Fishery Industry: A Case of Lake Tanganyika, Zambia
Lloyd Haninga Haambiya, 
Danny Sinyinza, Lawrence Makasa, & Amulike Msukwa
Zambia 
Forgotten Fisheries: Putting Freshwater Recreational Fisheries on the Political Agenda Around the Globe
Steven J. Cooke, Robert Arlinghaus, Brett Johnson, Shannon Bower, T. Douglas Beard, & Ian Cowx    
Canada 
 
Fishery Certification: Bridging the Sustainability Gap in Informally and Traditionally Managed Fisheries
Yemi O. Oloruntuyi & N. Guitierrez
United Kingdom

13

The Artisanal Freshwater Crab Fishery in Lake Atitlán, Guatemala: An Overview
Ingo S. Wehrtmann  & Silvia L. Batres-Ãlvarez
Costa Rica 
Socioeconomic Impacts of Fisherwomen: A Case Study of Gölyazı Island (Uluabat Lake), Turkey
Huriye Göncüoğlu & Ünal Vahdet

Turkey 
Thermal Tolerance of Tropical Freshwater Fishes: Predicting the Effect of Climate Change on Equatorial Waters
Elizabeth A. Nyboer & Lauren J. Chapman
Canada 
Traditional Ecological Knowledge of Fishermen on the Seasonality of Fish Diet: Fish Population Conservation in Protected Areas, Araguari River, Amazonia
Fabiana Calacina da Cunha, Aldilene L. Santos, Maria G. M. Soares, & Luiza Prestes
Brazil 

14

Fishermen’s Ecological Knowledge on Fish Reproduction: Contribution to Fisheries Management in Amazonia
Fabiana Calacina da Cunha, Maria G. M. Soares, Luiza Prestes, & Alexandro C. Florentino
Brazil 
Developing an Adaptive Management Approach for Asian Carp: The Need to Include Recreation and Economic Impacts
Craig A. Miller & Lama BouFajreldin

United States of America 
Hybridization in fishes: Unimportant Rarity or a Threat to Biodiversity?
John Epifanio
United States of America 
The Role of Extension Educators in Enabling Healthy Ecosystems
Heather Triezenberg
United States of America
 

15

Role for Hatcheries in Addressing Fish Ecological Resilience: A Systematic Review Approach
Mohd Ammarr Bin Mohd Aripin, & M. A. Rudd
Malaysia
  Fishery Implications of Diverging Life History Characteristics Between Naturalized and Stocked Chinook Salmon in Lake Michigan, USA
Mark W. Rogers & David B. Bunnell
United States of America 
Artisanal Fishery in Lake Atitlán:: History, Communitarian Structure and Threats
Monica Orozco & Ingo Wehrtmann
Guatemala  

16

Inland Fisheries in India: Status, Challenges, and Opportunities
Rajeev Raghavan Pichirikkat  & Appukuttan Bijukumar
India 
Variations of fisheries resources in the Yangtze River basin resulting from the Three Gorges Project
Xiaolin Liao & J. Chang 

China 
Persistence of an African Inland Fishery in the Face of Climate Change: Aerobic Performance and Upper Thermal Tolerance of Nile Perch (Lates niloticus)
Emmanuelle Chretien & Lauren J. Chapman
Canada 
Critical Factors Impacting Inland Fishery Value Chain Dynamics in Central Mexico
Carmen Pedroza-Gutierrez & Jorge Lopez-Rocha
Mexico 
 

17

Population Demography of Beleophthalmus Boddarti (Gobiidae) in Mekong Delta, VietNam
Dinh Minh Quang
Viet Nam 
Biological and Socioeconomic Assessment of Fishery in Nuwara-wewa Reservoir: a Tool for Effective Fisheries Management
RM Rajapaksha Gayani & 
TV Sundarabharathy 

Sri Lanka
  Engaging with Stakeholders for Sustainable Inland Fisheries: A Before-After-Control-Impact Study on Learning for Sustainable Stocking in German Recreational Fisheries
Marie L. Fujitani, Andrew McFall, Christoph Randler, Daniel Huhn, Thilo Pagel, & Robert Arlinghaus
Germany

18

Recovery of Fish Fauna in the Large Lowland Warta River, Poland
Andrzej Kruk, Michal Cieplucha, Grzegorz Zieba, Mariusz Tszydel, Lidia Marszal, Szymon Tybulczuk, Dagmara Blonska, Dariusz Pietraszewski, Bartosz Janic, Wanda Galicka, & Tadeusz Penczak
Poland 
    MSC Certification Triggers Management Actions in Freshwater Fisheries
Stephanie Good, Mandy Doddema, Oluyemisi Oloruntuyi, & Nicolas L. Gutierrez
United Kingdom