Sponsored annually by the Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission , and the Southwest Fisheries Science Center, NOAA/NMFS,
the Tuna Conference is a meeting of persons with scientific or commercial interest in tunas and tuna fisheries. It provides a forum for discussing all aspects of tunas and tuna-like species, their environment and species encountered with them, and interactions among and with them. The informal setting provided by the Lake Arrowhead Conference Center fosters this unique opportunity to present results of ongoing investigations and budding theories, providing thereby a forum for stimulating interchange of viewpoints and information.
Current Conference Information:
Technological advances in large-pelagic fisheries science: applications, benefits and challenges