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Development and application of regional models and new methods by CFE programs to sample the ocean will provide new tools for fishery scientists and managers. The panel saw evidence of technology transfer among CFE programs, for example the sharing of models and optical sampling techniques between SABRE and Bering Sea FOCI. Development and sharing of technology should be encouraged in CFE, to increase the utility and benefits of the research. THEME MANAGEMENT A hierarchy of management exists within the CFE theme (COP, 1993a; NOAA, 1993c).
Each CFE program has a Project Management Committee with representatives from NOAA and academia. These committees are critical to the success of CFE programs because they constitute the leadership within a CFE program and will, to a large degree, determine the course of action of each program. It is intended that the Project Management Committees interact regularly with the Program Management Committee (COP, 1993a, NOAA, 1993c), although interactions are neither regular nor formal. A Technical Advisory Committee (TAC), which consists of 29 NOAA and academic scientists, was formed to provide advice and guidance to the PMC on concepts, proposals, research plans, and other technical aspects of CFE programs or program planning (COP, 1993a; NOAA, 1993c).
The panel noted that the principal product of the program is proposed to be a multi-species model of the Georges Bank ecosystem, which can be used to guide management decisions (COP, 1992). A proposed adaptive management strategy, in which predator populations are manipulated by selective fishing, will be proposed by the Georges Bank program for future application. As the Georges Bank program unfolds, careful planning and selection of projects are essential to meet its goals under the limited budgets that likely will be available.
A review of the accomplishments and plans of the NOAA Coastal Ocean Program (1994) by Panel on the NOAA Coastal Ocean Program, Ocean Studies Board, Commission on Geosciences, Environment, and Resources, National Research Council.