Conference Schedule:

Saturday, May 15, 2004

Time Title and Speaker
 8:50-9:00 am  Introduction To The Symposium Its Purpose And Plan. K.M. Kelley and C.G. Lowe (Abstract)
 9:00-9:20 am  The Fish Case- Study Of The Vertebrate Stress Response and Its Relevance To Human-Derived Impacts In Marine Fishes. K.M. Kelley, M.M. Galima, J.A. Reyes, K. Sak, D. Topping, K. Goldman, and C.G. Lowe. (Abstract)
 9:20-9:40 am    Regulation Of Stress Steroids In Mammals And Fish: Common Mechanisms And Differences.  M.E. Baker. (Abstract)
 9:40-10:00 am  Catch-and-release Stress: Impacts On The Endocrine Physiology Of The California Sheephead, Semicossyphus Pulcher. M.M. Galima, C.G. Lowe, and K.M. Kelley. (Abstract)
 10:00-10:20 am   Parasites Of Fishes Associated With Wastewater Discharge And The Potential Of Infestation And Stress On Host Fishes.  J.E. Kalman. (Abstract)
 10:20-10:40 am Altered Endocrine Physiology Of Southern California Flatfish Collected Near Wastewater Treatment Plant (wwtp) Outflow - Stress And Growth. J.A.Reyes, K. Sak, M.M. Galima, J.L Armstrong, and K.M. Kelley. (Abstract)
 10:40-11:00 am    COFFEE BREAK
 11:00-12:00  SCAS PLENARY LECTURE -- Dr. Walter Pittman
 12:00-1:20 pm    LUNCH BREAK
 1:20-1:40 pm     Integrating Physiological And Behavioral Responses of California Sheephead Exposed To Fishing-related stressors And Its Implications Towards Management.  C.G. Lowe, D.T. Topping, M.M. Galima, K.J. Goldman, and K.M. Kelley. (Abstract)
1:40-2:00 pm  Growth And Survival In Juvenile White Seabass Caught-and-released On Offset Circle And J-type Hooks. S.A. Aalbers, G.M. Stutzer, and M.A. Drawbridge. (Abstract)
2:00-2:20 pm   Molecular Indicators Of Capture Related Stress In Sharks. D. Bernal and J. Smith. (Abstract)
2:20-2:40 pm  The Physiological Effects of Capture Stress in Tunas, Billfishes, and Sharks with inferences on Post-release recovery. G.B. Skomal. (Abstract)
2:40-3:00 pm Catch And Release Stress Impacts On Fish: Intergrating  research Findings Into Management Decisions Andangler Catch And Release Practices. S.F. Theberge. (Abstract)
3:00-3:20 pm Discussion Open Panel I. Additional and/or Future Questions, Overall Conclusions, Recommendations
3:20-3:40 pm Discussion Open Panel II. (additional time if necessary)