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PICES 2011 Annual Meeting Presentations
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Session 1: Science Board Symposium
Mechanisms of Marine Ecosystem Reorganization in the North Pacific Ocean

Session 2: BIO/POC Topic Session
Mechanisms of physical-biological coupling forcing biological “hotspots”

Session 3: FIS Topic Session
Population dynamics, trophic interactions and management of cephalopods in the North Pacific ecosystems

Session 4: FIS/POC Topic Session
Recent changes of North Pacific climate and marine ecosystems: Implications for dynamics of the dominant species

Session 5: MEQ Topic Session
Harmful algal blooms in a changing world

Session 6: MEQ/FIS Topic Session
Identification and characterization of environmental interactions of marine aquaculture in the North Pacific

Session 7: MEQ/FUTURE Topic Session
Land-sea interactions and anthropogenic impacts on biological productivity of North Pacific Ocean coastal ecosystems

Session 8: POC/FIS Topic Session
Linking migratory fish behavior to end-to-end models

Session 9: MONITOR/POC/FUTURE Topic Session
How well do our models really work and what data do we need to check and improve them?

BIO Paper Session

FIS Paper Session

POC Paper Session

W1: BIO Topic Workshop
MEMIP-IV: Quantitative comparison of ecosystem models applied to North Pacific shelf ecosystems--humble pie or glee?

W2: MEQ Topic Workshop
Remote sensing techniques for HAB detection and monitoring

W3: MEQ Topic Workshop
Pollutants in a changing ocean: Refining indicator approaches in support of coastal management

W4: POC/MONITOR/TCODE Workshop
Recent advances in monitoring and understanding of Asian marginal seas: 5 years of CREAMS/PICES EAST-I Program

 
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