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15th Annual Conference of the Parties to the Convention on the Conservation and Management of Pollock Resources in the Central Bering Sea

2010, Virtual Conference Hosted by the United States


At the 14th Annual Conference held in 2009, the following agreement was made:

"The United States agreed to host the 15th Annual Conference, and the Scientific and Technical Committee Meeting, virtually, with the understanding that the Scientific and Technical Committee Meeting would be held well in advance of the Annual Conference.  It will endeavor to distribute the meeting document in a timely manner via the NOAA website for the Convention"

Final Meeting Reports

Final Annual Conference Report

Science and Technical Committee Report

Virtual Meeting Process Documents

The 2010 CBS Pollock Convention Virtual Meeting Process

Science and Technical Committee Agenda

Plenary Session Agenda

Documents Submitted for 2010 Meeting by Country of Origin

 Japan

Pollock bycatch in Japanese salmon gillnet survey

 People's Republic of China

None yet submitted

 Republic of Korea

None yet submitted

 Republic of Poland

None yet submitted

 Russian Federation

Russian Federation research report

 United States of America

Tables 1-5  Historic Catch, Biomass, Trial Fisheries, and Assessment History

Update on Status of Pollock Resources in the Eastern Bering Sea, Aleutian Islands, and the Bogoslof Island Regions through 2009

2009 Acoustic-trawl Survey of Walleye Pollock in the Southeast Aleutian Basin Near Bogoslof Island

 

This website is developed by the Scientific and Technical Committee of the Convention and is currently maintained by the United States Party.
Questions about this website may be addressed to Loh-Lee.Low@noaa.gov or Steve.Barbeaux@noaa.gov


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