Proceedings of the Fifth World Fisheries Congress

Fisheries for Global Welfare and Environment: Memorial Book of the 5th World Fisheries Congress 2008

Katsumi Tsukamoto, Tomohiko Kawamura, Toshio Takeuchi, T. Douglas Beard, Jr., and Michel J. Kaiser, editors

Published by TERRAPUB, Tokyo
Publication date: 2008

Plenary Lectures:

Fisheries Management: Status and Challenges
Ichiro Nomura

Exploring the BOFFFF Hypothesis Using a Model of Southern African Deepwater Hake (Merluccius paradoxus)
John G. Field, Coleen L. Moloney, Louis du Buisson, Astrid Jarre, Tore Stroemme, Marek R. Lipinski and Paulus Kainge

Effects of Fishing on Inter and Intra Stock Diversity of Marine Resources
Gudrun Marteinsdóttir and Heidi Pardoe

Knowledge on How To Achieve Sustainable Fisheries
Ray Hilborn

The Role of Docosahexaenoic and Arachidonic Acids as Determinants of Evolution and Hominid Brain Development
Michael A. Crawford, C. Leigh Broadhurst, Claudio Galli, Kebreab Ghebremeskel, Holm Holmsen, Letten F. Saugstad, Walter F. Schmidt, Andrew J. Sinclair and Stephen C. Cunnane

Genomics and the Genome Duplication in Salmonids
Ben F. Koop and William S. Davidson

A Tale of Two Initiatives: Integrated Coastal Management in Xiamen and Batangas Bay Region
Thia-Eng Chua

Keynote 1: Fisheries and Fish Biology

Age-validated Longevity of Fishes: Its Importance for Sustainable Fisheries
Gregor M. Cailliet and Allen H. Andrews

Monitoring Prey Availability via Data Loggers Deployed on Seabirds: Advances and Present Limitations
C. A. Bost, A. Jaeger, W. Huin, P. Koubbi, L. G. Halsey, H. Hanuise and Y. Handrich

Refocusing Stock Assessment in Support of Policy Evaluation
André E. Punt

Hatchery Stocking for Restoring Wild Populations: A Genetic Evaluation of the Reproductive Success of Hatchery Fish vs. Wild Fish
Hitoshi Araki

A Review of Bycatch and Discard Issue Toward Solution

Keynote 2: Aquaculture

Environmental Impact of Aquaculture on Coastal Planktonic Ecosystems
Yngvar Olsen and Lasse Mork Olsen

Meeting the Future Demand for Aquatic Food through Aquaculture: the Role of Aquatic Animal Health
Melba G. Bondad-Reantaso and Rohana P. Subasinghe

Keynote 3: Biotechnology

Spermatogonial Transplantation in Fish: Production of Trout Offspring from Salmon Parents
Tomoyuki Okutsu, Yutaka Takeuchi and Goro Yoshizaki

Biotechnology of Marine Invertebrates-Recent Advances in Shrimp and Shellfish
Anchalee Tassanakajon, Tipachai Vatanavicharn, Premruethai Supungul, Sureerat Tang, Piti Amparyup, Kunlaya Somboonwiwat, Sirinit Tharntada, Jun Takahashi and Haruhiko Toyohara

Molecular Biotechnology of Development and Growth in Fish Muscle
Ian A. Johnston, Daniel J. Macqueen and Shugo Watabe

Molecular Innate Immunity in Teleost Fish: Review and Future Perspectives
Takashi Aoki, Tomokazu Takano, Mudjekeewis D. Santos, Hidehiro Kondo and Ikuo Hirono

Molecular Interaction between Fish Pathogens and Host Aquatic Animals
Laura L. Brown and Stewart C. Johnson

Keynote 4: Post Harvest Science and Technology

Progress on Processing and Utilization of Aquatic Products in China
Xichang Wang, Jingjing Zhang and Jiechun Deng

Molecular Identification of Species and the Geographic Origin of Seafood
Michiaki Yamashita, Atsushi Namikoshi, Jun Iguchi, Yasuharu Takashima, Mohammed Anwar Hossain, Takeshi Yabu and Yumiko Yamashita

Keynote 5: Ecosystems—Linking Climate Change and Fisheries

Effects of Climate Change on Marine Ecosystems
Chen-Tung Arthur Chen

Keynote 6: Freshwater, Coastal and Marine Environments

Harmful Algal Blooms and Ocean Observing Systems: Needs, Present Status and Future Potential
Donald M. Anderson

Coastal Artificial Habitats for Fishery and Environmental Management and Scientific Advancement
William Seaman

“Sato-Umi”—A New Concept for Sustainable Fisheries
Tetsuo Yanagi

Keynote 7: Biodiversity and Management

Optimal Fishing Policies That Maximize Sustainable Ecosystem Services
Hiroyuki Matsuda, Mitsutaku Makino and Koji Kotani

Ecosystem-Based Sustainable Conservation and Management of Pacific Salmon
Masahide Kaeriyama

Some Lessons from Implementing Management Procedures
Douglas S. Butterworth

Keynote 8: Economics and Social Science

Reconsidering the Contribution of Fisheries to Society and Millennium Development Goals
Kenneth Ruddle

Advantages and Disadvantages of the Fisheries Trade
Yoshiaki Matsuda

Keynote 9: Education and International Cooperation

Japan’s Fisheries Cooperation: Principle, Programs and Achievements
Akihiro Mae

Institutional Capacity Development for Sustainable Aquaculture and Fisheries: Strategic Partnership with Local Institutions
Renato F. Agbayani and Joebert D. Toledo

International Cooperation for Higher Education in Aquaculture and Fisheries Science—A European Point of View—
Jean Dhont