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Convenors : Luis Valdes (IOC) Manuel Barange (ICES) Jacquelynne King (PICES) Alex Turra (U San Paulo) Scientific Steering Committee: John Gunn (Australia) Yunne -Jai Shin ( S. Africa) Nicholas Bates (Bermuda ) Maria deFatimaBorges (Portugal) Silvana Birchenough (UK)

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Call for session and workshop themes

Convenors:

Luis Valdes (IOC)

Manuel Barange (ICES)

Jacquelynne King (PICES)

Alex Turra(U San Paulo)

Scientific Steering Committee:

John Gunn (Australia)

Yunne-Jai Shin (S. Africa)

Nicholas Bates (Bermuda)

Maria deFatimaBorges(Portugal)

SilvanaBirchenough(UK)

Brian MacKenzie(Demmark)

Shoshiro Minobe (Japan)

Angelica Pena (Canada)

FangliQiao(China)

Call for Session and Workshop Themes


Effects of climate change on the world s oceans

Effects of Climate Change on the World’s Oceans

3rd International Symposium

March 23-27, 2015

Santos, Brazil

  • bring together experts from different disciplines to exchange observations, results, models and ideas on the impacts of climate change on the world’s oceans

  • two previous symposia each attracted over 400 scientists from over 45 countries, making the effort truly global in scale

  • combine paper Sessions and Workshops to provide a forum for topics on a global-scale and with regional comparisons


Effects of climate change on the world s oceans1

Effects of Climate Change on the World’s Oceans

  • Session and Workshop proposals by Sept 18, 2013:

    • sea level rise, changes in thermo-haline ocean circulation, acidification, oligotrophy of temperate seas, changes in species abundance, distribution and phenology, loss of biodiversity

  • PICES’ members of Scientific Steering Committee:

    • Angelica Peña ([email protected])

    • Shoshiro Minobe ([email protected])

    • FangliQiao([email protected])


Call for session and workshop themes

Session and Workshop Proposals from ICES

  • Present evidence of climate change in marine ecosystems

  • Global and Regional projections of Climate Change impacts

  • Long term chemical changes: Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia

  • Climate Change impacts on human societies: vulnerability and adaptation strategies

  • Climate Change and food security

  • Long-term observation and monitoring networks of CC

  • Long-term assessments to understand climate driven changes and variability in marine ecosystems: new techniques, drawbacks and future applications

  • Physico-chemical effects of Ocean acidification

  • Linking Climate Change to Marine Management Objectives

  • Taking a long-term view: the use of historical data to understand the impact of climate change on marine fish, fisheries, and ecosystems

  • Consequences of Ocean acidification for commercial fish and shellfish species (to be considered as a Workshop)

  • Public understanding of climate change impacts: from science to policy

  • Climate change impacts on re-organisation and re-location of food webs

  • Climate change in the seasonal domain: impacts on the phenology of marine ecosystems and their consequences

  • Marine biodiversity

  • Role of subsurface ocean

  • Regional impacts of climate change

  • Physiological impacts of climate change

  • Model inter comparisons across regions

  • Mitigation

  • Risk assessment of adaptation options

  • Predictive skills

  • Economics of climate change

  • Ecosystem Science & Management tools in preparation for AR6


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