Using satisfaction to evaluate management of recreational fisheries

Elizabeth Golebie

Illinois Natural History Survey

Elizabeth is a PhD student at the University of Illinois, interested in human interactions with aquatic ecosystems. She will be presenting some of her findings from her master's thesis which examined human dimensions of the Lake Michigan fishery. 

Abstract

Assessing satisfaction can be a valuable starting point for determining angler perceptions and needs in a recreational fishery. By accounting for the existence of subsets of the fishery (i.e. different target species),... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Elizabeth Golebie (Illinois Natural History Survey)
  2. Craig A. Miller (Illinois Natural History Survey)
  3. Sergiusz Czesny (Illinois Natural History Survey)

Topic Areas

Topics: Hunting and Fishing , Topics: Cognitive Research (Values, Attitudes, Behaviors)

Session

T-1A » Hunter and Angler Satisfaction and Motivation (08:00 - Tuesday, 19th September, Assembly Hall A)