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@GMRI Dr. Mazur says that both transparency and collaboration lead to better fisheries science and resulting management, but they are not always practiced in fisheries science. Approaches that stem from social science methods could help us address this ethical issue.

About a minute ago from IOC-UNESCO Ocean Best Practices System's Twitter via TweetDeck

The latest session of the Ethics Working Group had Mackenzie Mazur from @GMRI lead a discussion on transparency and collaboration with stakeholders in fisheries science.

About 10 minutes ago from IOC-UNESCO Ocean Best Practices System's Twitter via TweetDeck

@PeterMHaugan @Cisco_SWFSC @EPlaganyi @CSIRO A comment was made that: "It takes more than science to have good fisheries management. Science can provide the underpinning for decisions once management is in place."

About 25 minutes ago from IOC-UNESCO Ocean Best Practices System's Twitter via TweetDeck

@PeterMHaugan @Cisco_SWFSC @EPlaganyi @CSIRO It was discussed that trust in models and predictions is not always easy to address uniformly across diverse cultures. With this in mind, it was commented that the scale of fisheries management must be adjusted to reflect the nature of the stock being managed.

About 27 minutes ago from IOC-UNESCO Ocean Best Practices System's Twitter via TweetDeck

@PeterMHaugan @Cisco_SWFSC @EPlaganyi @CSIRO Ideally the process of fisheries community engagement can be built on pre-agreed rules and a transparency and trust in data and recommendations.

About 40 minutes ago from IOC-UNESCO Ocean Best Practices System's Twitter via TweetDeck