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Speakers

Keynote Speaker: TBA
Session 1
Science Board Symposium: Connecting Science and Communities in a Changing North Pacific
Session 2 (POC)
Marine heatwaves in the North Pacific: Predictions and impacts in coastal regionss

Eric C.J. Oliver Department of Oceanography, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Session 2 Invited Speaker

I am an Assistant Professor of Physical Oceanography in the Department of Oceanography, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. My research interests involve ocean and climate variability across a range of time and space scales including extreme events (marine heatwaves, storms), the predictability of climate variations, the influence of modes of variability (such as the Madden-Julian Oscillation) on the ocean, and the role of climate change on the mean state, variability and extremes of the climate system. In addition, I am of Inuit descent with roots in Nunatsiavut (northern Labrador) and I aim to contribute to northern and indigenous communities through my research and teaching.

Session 3 (POC)
Coastal ocean modelling in the North Pacific
Session 4 (HD)
The impacts of marine transportation and their cumulative effects on coastal communities and ecosystems
Session 5 (POC/BIO/FIS/FUTURE)
Trends in ocean and coastal ecosystems and their services and its future
Session 6 (FUTURE)
Identifying thresholds and potential leading indicators of ecosystem change: The role of ecosystem indicators in ecosystem-based management
Session 7 (MEQ)
Environmental indicators of plastic pollution in the North Pacific
Session 8 (FIS/BIO/POC)
Creating More Effective Integrated Ecosystem Assessments (IEAs) in PICES Countries
Session 9 (MONITOR)
Linking changes in climate, nutrient distribution, phytoplankton ecology, and production of algal exudates in the North Pacific
Session 10 (MEQ)
Linking changes in climate, nutrient distribution, phytoplankton ecology, and production of algal exudates in the North Pacific
Session 11 (FIS/POC/BIO/HD)
Incorporating ecosystem variability and climate change into fisheries management: Progress and challenges for EBFM in the 21st century
Session 12 (POC/BIO)
Impacts of meso-/submeso- scale processes on heat/material transport and on marine ecosystems
Session 13 (BIO)
Implications of prey consumption by marine birds, mammals, and fish in the North Pacific
Session 14 (HD/FIS)
Integrating economic and social objectives in marine resource management
Session 14 (POC/FUTURE)
Advances in North Pacific marine ecosystem prediction
Workshop 1 (FUTURE)
Learn to Effectively Communicate Your Science
Workshop 2 (FIS)
Integrating biological research, fisheries science and management of Pacific halibut and other widely distributed fish species across the North Pacific in the face of climate and environmental variability
Workshop 3 (FIS)
Let’s Play the GAME! (to achieve sustainable fisheries development in the PICES regions)
Workshop 4 (POC/BIO/FIS)
Circulation, biogeochemistry, ecosystem, and fisheries of the western North Pacific marginal seas: Past and future of CREAMS (Circulation Research of East Asian Marginal Seas)
Workshop 5 (BIO)
Celebrating two decades of North Pacific CPR sampling, and future directions
Workshop 6 (HD)
Assessing Marine Ecosystem Services: A Comparative View Across the North Pacific
Workshop 7 (SB)
PICES contribution to Central Arctic Ocean (CAO) ecosystem assessment (Third)
Workshop 8 (BIO)
Synthesis of bio-acoustics programs for monitoring zooplankton and fisheries in the North Pacific
Workshop 9 (MONITOR/MEQ)
Monitoring Non-indigenous Species in PICES Member Countries: Towards Best Practices
Workshop 10 (BIO)
PICES/ICES collaborative research initiative: Toward regional to global measurements and comparisons of zooplankton production using existing data sets
Workshop 11 (FIS)
The influence of environmental changes on the potential for species distributional shifts and subsequent consequences for estimating abundance of Pacific saury
Workshop 12 (BIO)
Potential food competition between top predators and fisheries in the North Pacific
Workshop 13 (FUTURE)
Common Ecosystem Reference Points
Workshop 14 (BIO)
New frontiers: The application of molecular approaches in marine ecology and fisheries science
Workshop 15
Application of Machine Learning to Ecosystem Change Issues in the North Pacific
Workshop 16 (FIS)
Developing a collaborative, integrated ecosystem survey program to determine climate/ocean mechanisms affecting the productivity and distribution of salmon and associated pelagic fishes across the North Pacific Ocean
Workshop 17 (BIO)
Scoping an IEA of the Northern Bering-Chukchi Seas LME
Workshop 18 (MEQ)
Economic Effects of HABs: Recommended Practices
Workshop 19 (MEQ)
The impacts of mariculture to coastal ecosystems
Important Dates
TBA, 2019
Abstract Notification Deadlines
  1. Abstract acceptance notification
TBA, 2019
Support Notification Deadlines
  1. Financial support grant notification
TBA, 2019
Confirmation Deadlines
  1. Confirm your presentations and attendance
  2. Confirm your financial support acceptance
TBA, 2019
TBA, 2019