From the inbox:
Thank you again for attending the Recreational Fisheries Constituents Workshop this past January .... A website with materials from the workshop is now available at http://www.st.nmfs.noaa.gov/economics/fisheries/recreational/2014-rec-econ-constituent-workshop/index#. You will find a detailed agenda, with a summary of key discussion points and comments, copies of the presentations (where the author granted us permission to post it), a workshop summary, two factsheets on data and models, and a list of participants.
This is from the webpage:
The Recreational Fisheries Constituents Economics Workshop (Workshop) was an activity identified by constituents in the 2010 National Recreational Fishing Action Agenda as an important step toward enhancing the relationship between the recreational saltwater fishing community and NOAA. To ensure a productive dialogue, NOAA Fisheries balanced the agenda between presentations on the Agency’s the recreational fishing economics program and participant discussion.To facilitate the information exchange, Workshop participants were provided fact sheets on NOAA Fisheries’ Recreational Economic Data Holdings as well as the Agency’s Recreational Economic Models.Based upon the lively exchange of information over the course of the 2-day Workshop, four themes emerged (highlighted in box). The presentations as well as detailed notes on the discussion associated with each presentation are captured on this website (see Agenda: Day 1 and Agenda: Day 2). The Workshop Participants List is also provided here.
The Workshop report summarizes this discussion and also provides next steps for addressing the four key themes identified at the Workshop.
I served as facilitator/discussant (or was it discussant/facilitator) for two stated preference talks and on a panel at the end. My panel comments are posted here. I'm currently trying to dig myself out of the deep hole I dug with those comments.