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Posted on behalf of Kevin Reid <kreid@ciaccess.com>

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Lake Erie Workshop Announcement
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Workshop Announcement


The University of Guelph Decision Analysis and Adaptive Management (DAAM)
Project

Presents

A Bi-national Workshop to Develop Management Objectives and Options for Lake
Erie Walleye and Yellow Perch

21-22 January 2004

Holiday Inn Select
1855 Huron Church Road
Windsor, Ontario
(519) 966-1200


.Are you uncertain about your management objectives for walleye and yellow
perch?

.Do stakeholders disagree about the management objectives?

.Are you uncertain about whether your management agency is meeting your
management objectives for walleye and yellow perch?

.Are you having difficulty deciding the best way to meet these objectives?

.Are you uncertain as to the environmental outcomes of some of your
management agency's actions?

.Do stakeholders disagree about the outcomes of management actions?

.Do stakeholders disagree about which are the 'best' management
alternatives?

.Do you have difficulty deciding, with confidence, among alternative
management actions?


If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, then you should attend the
Lake Erie Walleye and Yellow Perch Management Objectives and Options
Workshop. This 1.5 day workshop is designed for both technical and
non-technical stakeholders and agency representatives. The workshop will
begin at 9AM on January 21, 2004 and finish at 12PM on January 22.

For more information on the Workshop contact: Diana Abraham at 905 727 1590.


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