Submitted Abstracts

PICES 2012 Annual Meeting
Effects of natural and anthropogenic stressors in the North Pacific ecosystems: Scientific challenges and possible solutions

October 12–21, Hiroshima, Japan

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SessionPaper IDPresenterGranted Type of PresentationPotential ReplacementAbstract TitleAuthorsAttendance ConfirmationWithdrawals
S1 (SB)8395William LiInvited Ecosystem change in the North Atlantic: impacts, vulnerabilities, and opportunitiesWilliam Li and Nancy Shackellyes
S1 (SB)8359Hans W. Paerl (Invited speaker)Invited Global Patterns of Phytoplankton Dynamics in Coastal Ecosystems: Utilizing long-term data to distinguish human from climatic drivers of ecological change Hans W. Paerl, Kedong Yin, James E. Cloern, Paul, J. Harrison, Jacob Carstensen, and Todd O’Brienyes
S1 (SB)8621SaitoInvited Marine ecosystem responses to sporadic perturbation: their processes, social impact and possible solutions Hiroaki Saito, Takaomi Kaneko and Mitsutaku Makinoyes
S1 (SB)8809Kitack LeeInvited The anthropogenic impacts on ocean nutrients and carbon systems in the marginal seas of northwestern Pacific OceanKitack Lee, Tae-Wook Kim, Raymond G. Najjar, Hee-Dong Jeong and Hae Jin Jeongyes
S1 (SB)8663HalpernInvited The Ocean Health Index: global assessment and future prioritiesBenjamin S. Halpernyes
S1 (SB)8660Xuelei ZhangInvited The Onset and Development of Green Algal Tide in the Yellow SeaXuelei Zhang, SL Fan, Y Li, S Fang, MZ Fu, W Zheng, RX Li, ZL Wang, MY Zhuyes
S1 (SB)8611Ian PerryInvited Understanding ecosystem structure, function, and change in the Strait of Georgia, Canada: a human-dominated marine ecosystemR. Ian Perry and Diane Masson yes
S1 (SB)8629Reiji MasudaInvited Underwater visual census as a tool to monitor coastal ecosystems: seasonal and interannual fluctuations, effect of thermal discharge from power stations, and recovery from the tsunami disasterReiji Masudayes
S1 (SB)8544Takeo KuriharaOral Comparison of mollusk assemblage in Japan before vs. after the Great Tohoku EarthquakeTakeo Kurihara, Kengo Suzuki, Gyo Itani, Masatsugu Iseda, Tomoyuki Nakano, Satomi Kamimura, Koji Seike, Takenori Sasaki, Hideki Takami and Susumu Chibayes
S1 (SB)8456Wenbo Yang Oral Impact of major climatic factors on biomass of the main commercial fishes in east China seasJilong Wang,Jilong Li and Wenbo Yang yes
S1 (SB)8511Staci SimonichOral Is trans-Pacific atmospheric transport and deposition of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) to the North Pacific Ocean significant?Staci Simonichyes
S1 (SB)8605Anne B. HollowedOral Projecting future status and trends of commercial fish and fisheries under shifting management strategies and climate change Anne B. Hollowedyes
S1 (SB)8502Catharina J.M. PhilippartOral Sensing marine life and livelihoods at the seashore – An integrated monitoring network and data portal for the Wadden Sea, a coastal UNESCO World Heritage siteCatharina J.M. Philippart, Martin J. Baptist, Taco de Bruin, Bruno J. Ens, Lucien Hanssen, Folkert de Jong and Frans J. Sijtsmayes
S1 (SB)8550Yury I. ZuenkoOral The Japan/East Sea ecosystem reconstruction under recent climate change: productivity lowering vs efficiency enhancing Yury I. Zuenkoyes
S1 (SB)8657Francis K. WIeseOralREP-1The many faces of the sea: Planning and implementing marine ecosystem science in a changing world Francis K. Wiese, Carrie A. Eischens, Cynthia L. Suchman, Thomas I. Van Pelt, Danielle M.S. Dickson, Nora L. Deansyes
S1 (SB)8442Ustinova on behalf of Anna S. VazhovaPoster Assessment of petroleum hydrocarbons and heavy metals in estuarine areas of the rivers Peter the Great Bay (Japan/East Sea)Anna S. Vazhova, Denis P. Kiku, Andrey P. Chernyaevno
S1 (SB)8487Kuninao TADAPoster Decrease of surface water nutrient concentration and nutrient flux from the sediment in Harima-Nada, Eastern Seto Inland Sea, JapanKuninao Tada, Miho Kayama, Naoto Hirade, Hitomi Yamaguchi, Supaporn Yamaguchi, Kazuhiro Harada, Minoru Tanda, Munehiro Fujiwara, Kazuhiko Ichimi and Tsuneo Honjo 
S1 (SB)8583YamadaPoster Effect of fresh water on species diversity of the genus Skeletonema (Bacillariophyceae) in coastal and brackish watersMachiko Yamada1, Mayuko Otsubo1, Yuki Tsutsumi1, Chiaki Mizota2, Kuninao Tada3 and Paul J. Harrison4 
S1 (SB)8337Victor F. BugaevPoster Effects of pink salmon Oncorhynchus gorbuscha stock abundance on the growth of sockeye salmon O. nerka from Kamchatka River in the oceanVictor F. Bugaevyes
S1 (SB)8647Larissa A. GaykoPoster Influence of the climate change to development of mollusks on marine farms (for Possyet Bay, Japan/East Sea)Larissa A. Gaykoyes
S1 (SB)8445O. Lukyanova on behalf of L.T. KovekovdovaPoster Metals in bottom sediments of Peter the Great Bay (Japan/Est sea)L.T. Kovekovdova, D.P. Kikuno
S1 (SB)8384Sangjin LeePoster NOWPAP Medium-term Strategy to address marine and coastal environment issues in the Northwest Pacific OceanSangjin Lee 
S1 (SB)8572Hyeong Kyu KwonPoster Phytoremediation: novel approach to remediate eutrophic coastal sediment using light-emitting diodes(LEDs) and benthic microalgae(BMA)Hyeong Kyu Kwon, Han-Soeb Yang, Seok Jin Oh, Ju Chan Kang and Chang Geun Choiyes
S1 (SB)8517(Ogorodnikova) Olga Lukyanova on behalf of Mikhail SimokonPoster System of biotic indices and impact – response indicators of hydraulic activity on marine bioresourcesAlla A. Ogorodnikovano
S1 (SB)8720Talgat R. KilmatovPoster The change of limit capacities of the natural environment owing to climatic trends and the possible migration of manpower resources on the western shore of the North PacificTalgat R. Kilmatov 
S1 (SB)8783Min-bo LuoPoster The communities response of macrobenthos to huge engineering in Hangzhou Bay, ChinaMin-bo Luo , Yun-long Wangyes
S1 (SB)8616William J. SydemanPosterREP-2Wavelet decomposition of upwelling: forcing and ecosystem Response Marisol Garcia-Reyes and William J. Sydemanyes
S1 (SB)8473Anatoliy L. DrozdovWithdrawal Bioassessment of ecological conditions of rivers, estuary and marine area around Vladivostok-city area: Amurskiy and Ussuriiskiy Gulfs of the Sea of JapanAnatoliy L. Drozdov1,5, Galina V. Moyseychenko2, Konstantin A. Drozdov3 and Tatyana S. Vshivkova4did not confirm, did not bring poster yes
S1 (SB)8670Ustinova on behalf of Chernyaev A.P.Withdrawal Content of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in sediments of the Amur Bay (Peter the Great Bay, Japan/East Sea)Vazhova A.S., Chernyaev A.P.no, poster was not present yes
S1 (SB)8549Dmitry GalaninWithdrawal Current state of scallop Mizuhopecten yessoensis (Jay, 1856) resources of Sakhalin-Kuril region (Japan and Okhotsk sea)Dmitry Galanin, Sergey Dubrovsky, Viktor Sergeenko, Tatyana Shpakova, Yula Chernyshovano, Velikanovv, was not present yes
S1 (SB)8527Aleksandra S. KondakovaWithdrawal Effects of alkylphenols on the formation of byssal filaments mussels (Crenomytilus grayanus).Aleksandra S. Kondakova, Andrey P. Chernyaevno yes
S1 (SB)8421colleague on behalf of BezrukovaWithdrawal Size-age structure of Japanese scallop (Mizuhopecten yessoensis) from Alexandrovsky Bay, Japan Sea in 2009–2011. Chernyshova Yu. S., Shpakova T. A.no, by Velikanov, poster was not present yes
S1 (SB)8653Shang ChenWithdrawal Technical directives for marine ecological capital assessment: introduction and application in China seasShang Chen, Tao Xiano, did not get permission, cancel poster yes
S1 (SB)8777Polina A. SokolovaWithdrawal THE AMUR RIVER ESTUARIAL SYSTEMTamara G. Ponomareva and Polina A. Sokolovano, cancel yes
S1 (SB)8474V.M.ShulkinWithdrawalREP-3The river runoff as a reason of seasonal and inter annual variability of coastal phytoplankton blooms and hydrochemical characteristics in the northwestern part East/Japan Sea V.M.Shulkin, T.Yu.Orlova, O.G.Shevchenko, I.V.Stonikno, by Tatian Orlova, poster was not present yes
S2 (MEQ)8330Teina RongoInvited Ciguatera poisoning and climate oscillations in Rarotonga, southern Cook IslandsTeina Rongo, Robert van Woesikyes
S2 (MEQ)8372Masao AdachiInvited Effect of temperature change on the dominant species of Gambierdiscus in Japan - from a non-toxic species to a toxic species?Masao Adachi, Takamichi Yoshimatsu, Haruka Iwamoto, Tomohiro Nishimura and Haruo Yamaguchiyes
S2 (MEQ)8498Toshiyuki Suzuki on behalf of Takeshi YasumotoInvited Toxins and other bioactive compounds produced by epiphytic dinoflagellatesTakeshi Yasumotoyes
S2 (MEQ)8695Takuo Omura Oral Gambierdiscus in main land of JapanTakuo Omura and Yasuwo Fukuyo yes
S2 (MEQ)8827Changkyu LeeOral Geographic distribution of benthic dinoflagellates in Korean coastsChangkyu Lee, Taegyu Park and Youngtae Parkyes
S2 (MEQ)8824Charles TrickOral HABs & ciguatera fish poisoning: Emerging methodological perspectivesCharles G. Trick and Danielle Beausoleilyes
S2 (MEQ)8386Orlova on behalf of Tatiana V. MorozovaOral Toxic epiphytic dinoflagellates in Peter the Great Bay, Sea of Japan, RussiaMarina S. Selina, Tatiana V. Morozova, Nellya G. Litvinova, and Tatiana Yu. Orlovano, by Orlova
S2 (MEQ)8483Seung Ho Baek Poster Occurrence of epiphytic dinoflagellate Gambierdiscus spp. in the uninhabited Baekdo Islands off southern coast and Seopsom Island in the vicinity of Seogwipo, Jeju Province, KoreaSeung Ho Baek yes
S2 (MEQ)8826Patricia A. TesterWithdrawal Accidental taxonomists and the resurgence of Gambierdiscus researchPatricia A. Tester and R. Wayne Litakeryes yes
S3 (POC)8639Kenneth F. DrinkwaterInvited Challenges in understanding ocean climate variability and change and its impacts: Temporal and spatial scales and multi-forcings Kenneth F. Drinkwateryes
S3 (POC)8834Nathan MantuaInvited Empirical evidence for North Pacific ecosystem regime shifts revisitedNathan Mantua and Megan Stachura yes
S3 (POC)8802Akinori TakasukaInvited Environmental windows for small pelagic fish in the western North Pacific: How do their vital parameters respond to climate variability and change?Akinori Takasuka, Ichiro Aoki and Yoshioki Oozekiyes
S3 (POC)8397Yoshi N. SasakiInvited Interannual to decadal variability of the Gulf Stream and Kuroshio Extension jetsYoshi N. Sasaki, Shoshiro Minobe and Niklas Schneideryes
S3 (POC)8636Young-Oh KwonInvited Role of the Kuroshio-Oyashio Extensions and Gulf Stream in the decadal climate and eco-system variabilityYoung-Oh Kwonyes
S3 (POC)8718Jennifer L. FisherOralREP-1Basin-scale versus local-scale drivers of copepod community dynamics in the northeast Pacific (Newport, Oregon, USA) Jennifer L. Fisher, William T. Peterson, Cheryl A. Morgan and Jay O. Petersonmoved to oral REP-1
S3 (POC)8710Albert J. HermannOral Biophysical frequency response of the Bering Sea to large-scale forcingAlbert J. Hermann, Nicholas A. Bond, Georgina A. Gibson, Enrique N. Curchitser, Kate Hedstrom, Phyllis J. Stabeno yes
S3 (POC)8752Bunmei TaguchiOral Dynamics of North Pacific oceanic heat content variability on decadal time-scaleBunmei Taguchi and Niklas Schneideryes
S3 (POC)8532Vadim NavrotskyOral Effects of solar activity on climate-ocean ecosystems interactionsVadim Navrotskyyes, move to oral
S3 (POC)8523Haruka NishikawaOral Estimation of nutrient supply process in the spring Kuroshio-Oyashio transition regionHaruka Nishikawa, Yoichi Ishikawa, Masafumi Kamachi, Hiromichi Igarashi, Shuhei Masuda, Toshimasa Doi, Shiro Nishikawa, Yoshihisa Hiyoshi, Yuji Sasaki, Takashi Mochizuki, Hiroshi Ishizaki, Tsuyoshi Wakamatsu and Toshiyuki Awajiyes
S3 (POC)8332Andrew DavisOral Forcing dynamics of mesoscale eddies in the California CurrentAndrew Davis, Emanuele di Lorenzoyes
S3 (POC)8595Juergen AlheitOral Impact of multi-decadal climate forcing on northern hemisphere small pelagic fish populationsJuergen Alheityes
S3 (POC)8584Hyung Jeek KimOral Impact of strong El Niño events on sinking particle fluxes in the 10ºN thermocline ridge area of the northeastern equatorial PacificHyung Jeek Kim, Kiseong Hyeong, Chan Min Yoo, Dongseon Kim, Boo-Keun Khimyes
S3 (POC)8493Andrey S. KrovninOral Interaction of major teleconnection patterns as a mechanism linking the North Pacific and North Atlantic climateAndrey S. Krovnin, Boris N. Kotenev and George Mouryyes
S3 (POC)8753Elena I. UstinovaOral Regional features of the climate variability and change in the Far-Eastern Seas Elena I. Ustinova and Yury D. Sorokinyes
S3 (POC)8688Bill PetersonOral Tracking ecosystem change in the northern California CurrentWilliam Peterson, Jay Peterson, Cheryl Morgan, and Jennifer Fisheryes
S3 (POC)8619Toshio SugaOral Western North Pacific Integrated Physical-Biogeochemical Ocean Observation Experiment (INBOX)Toshio Suga, Shigeki Hosoda, Ryuichiro Inoue et al.yes
S3 (POC)8643Patrick CumminsOral Wind-driven variability of dissolved oxygen below the mixed layer at Station PPatrick Cummins, Diane Massonyes if approved
S3 (POC)8684Kosei KomatsuPoster 3D structure and decadal change of the nutrient in the Kuroshio region detected from historical dataKosei Komatsuyes
S3 (POC)8419Larissa A. GaykoPoster Air-sea interaction along the coast of north-western East/Japan Sea within 75 years Larissa A. Gayko yes
S3 (POC)8717Naoki FuruichiPoster Assessment of turbulence closure models for resonant inertial response in the oceanic mixed layer using a large eddy simulation modelNaoki Furuichi, Toshiyuki Hibiya and Yoshihiro Niwayes
S3 (POC)8545Yoshikazu FukudaPoster Decadal variability of subsurface temperature in the North Pacific and recent modulation of the leading EOF modesYoshikazu Fukuda, Wataru Ito, Toshiya Nakano, Shiro Ishizaki and Tsurane Kuraganoyes
S3 (POC)8534Yuri OhPoster Enhanced stratification in the southwestern East Sea (Japan Sea)Yuri Oh, Chan Joo Jang and Jihyun Leeyes
S3 (POC)8405Taewook ParkPosterREP-2ENSO effect on surface salinity variability in the Yellow and East China Seas in summerTaewook Park, Chan Joo Jang, Minho Kwon, Hanna Na and Kwang-Yul Kimyes, wants poster
S3 (POC)8490Yang LiuPoster Impact of climate variability on marine aquaculture: a case study on the Japanese kelp in southern Hokkaido, Japan, using satellite remote sensing and GIS-based modelsYang Liu, Sei-Ichi Saitoh, I. Nyoman Radiarta, Tomonori Isada, Toru Hirawake, Hiroyuki Mizuta and Hajime Yasuiyes
S3 (POC)8409Dmitry V. StepanovPoster Interannual to interdecadal variability of circulation in the Japan/East Sea based on numerical simulationsDmitry V. Stepanov, Victoriia I. Stepanova, Nikolay A. Dianskyyes
S3 (POC)8761Chan Joo JangPoster Mixed layer variability and its associated chlorophyll-a changes in the East Sea (Japan Sea)Chan Joo Jang, Jihyeon So, Taewook Park, Sinjae Yooyes
S3 (POC)8627By colleague on behalf of Viktoria PlatonovaPoster Seasonal climate variability on the coastal zone of the western part of North PacificLarisa Chernysheva, Viktoria Platonova no
S3 (POC)8381Howard J. FreelandPoster The current status of the international Argo projectHoward J. Freelandyes
S3 (POC)8742Ustinova on behalf of Lubov' VasilevskayaPoster THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE AIR TEMPERATURE OF EAST KAMCHATKA AND THE WATER TEMPERATURE OF WESTERN PART OF THE BERING SEAOlga Skaberda, Lubov' Vasilevskaya and Julija Stochkuteno
S3 (POC)8351Elena Ustinova on behalf of S.Yu.GlebovaPoster Winter cyclonic activities over the ocean as a factor in the subsequent changes in the atmospheric and thermal regime of the Far Eastern Seas and north-west Pacific (with a shift in one year)Svetlana Yu. Glebovano
S3 (POC)8375Licheng FengWithdrawal A study of the effect of wind on Changjiang (Yangtze) river diluted water in summerLicheng Feng, Baochao Liu, Jianping Lino, cancel poster yes
S3 (POC)8701Benny PeterWithdrawal Influence of surface circulation and heat content on marine environment of the South China SeaBenny Peter, Mridula K. R. and Sahrum Ses no, withdraw poster yes
S3 (POC)8401Hong-jian TANWithdrawal Possible Impact of El Niño Modoki on Marine Environment in China Offshore and Its Adjacent Seas Hong-jian TAN and Rong-shuo CAI Key Lab of Global Change and Marine-Atmospheric Chemistry, Third Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration, Xiamen 361005, China. E-mail: ok_jian@qq.composter was not present yes
S3 (POC)8414Jianguo DuWithdrawal Progress and prospect of impacts of climate changes on marine biodiversityJianguo Du1, William W.L. Cheung2, Bin Chen1, Qiulin Zhou1, Shengyun Yang3no, cancel poster yes
S3 (POC)8773Dakui WangWithdrawal Response of mesoscale eddy activities to climatic forcing in the South China SeaDakui Wang, Hui Wang, Guimei Liu and Ming Lino, cancel oral yes
S3 (POC)8380Howard J. FreelandWithdrawal Temperature, salinity and density trends along Line-P and the implications for mixed layer formation.Howard J. Freelandyes yes
S3 (POC)8755Yulong LIUWithdrawal The Features of Bifurcate Line about the North Equatorial Current in the PacificYulong LIU, Qi WANG, Jinkun YANGno, cancel poster yes
S3 (POC)8366Rongshuo CaiWithdrawal The variability of sea temperature in South China Sea (SCS) and its relationship with the early or later of SCS summer monsoon outbreaks Qinghua Qi,Rongshuo Cai and Qilong Zhang.poster was not present yes
S4 (FIS/MONITOR/POC)8546Rudy J. kloserInvited Using commercial vessels to monitor deep-water fisheries and basin scale ecosystemsRudy J. Kloser, Tim E. Ryan, Ryan Downie, Mark Lewis and Gordon Keithyes
S4 (FIS/MONITOR/POC)8552Kazuaki TadokoroOral Archiving historical meso-zooplankton samples collected around JapanKazuaki Tadokoro, Yuji Okazaki, Akinori Takasuka, Tadafumi Ichikawa, and Hiroya Sugisakiyes
S4 (FIS/MONITOR/POC)8382Oksana MikhailovaOral Coastal monitoring the state of pink shrimp (Pandalus borealis) population on West Kamchatka Oksana Mikhailovayes
S4 (FIS/MONITOR/POC)8689Christopher SiddonOral Collaborating with the commercial fishing industry: an intensive, cost-effective method to improve red king crab stock assessments in southeastern Alaska, U.S.A.Christopher Siddonyes
S4 (FIS/MONITOR/POC)8510Steven J. BarbeauxOral Cooperative monitoring in the Alaska walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) fisherySteven J. Barbeauxyes
S4 (FIS/MONITOR/POC)8804John A. BarthOralREP-1Environmental sampling, hypoxia and the Northwest Fisheries Science Center’s Cooperative U. S. West Coast Groundfish Bottom Trawl SurveyAimee A. Keller, W. Waldo Wakefield, Victor H. Simon, John A. Barth and Stephen D. Pierceyes
S4 (FIS/MONITOR/POC)8361Ata SuandaOral Long-term observations of internal waves with shore-based video camerasAta Suanda and John A. Barthyes
S4 (FIS/MONITOR/POC)8811Elena I. UstinovaOral Monitoring of oceanographic and biological conditions in the pacific saury fisheries expeditionViktor N. Filatov, Yury.V. Eremin, Elena I. Ustinova and Aleksey V. Ballo yes
S4 (FIS/MONITOR/POC)8392Sonia BattenOral Ship of Opportunity sampling of lower trophic levelsSonia D Batten and Anthony W Walneyes
S4 (FIS/MONITOR/POC)8435Elizabeth A. LogerwellOral Using walleye pollock acoustic survey data and Steller sea lion foraging information to manage fisheries – sea lion interactions in the Aleutian Islands Elizabeth A. Logerwell, Steven J. Barbeaux and Lowell W. Fritz yes
S4 (FIS/MONITOR/POC)8807Orio YamamuraPoster Monitoring demersal fish community containing predators of walleye pollock using a small fishing boatOrio Yamamura, Kouji Kooka, and Takeomi Isono  
S4 (FIS/MONITOR/POC)8393Igor ShevchenkoPosterREP-3Sharing marine “small science” dataIgor Burago, Georgy Moiseenko, Olga Vasik and Igor Shevchenko 
S4 (FIS/MONITOR/POC)8702Martin DornWithdrawalREP-2Cooperative acoustic research surveys of walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) in the western Gulf of Alaska from September 2007 to January 2011 utilizing a small inshore trawler.Martin Dorn, Suzanne Romain, Vidar Wespestadno, withdraw poster yes
S4 (FIS/MONITOR/POC)8648Christopher N RooperWithdrawal Using acoustic data to map the presence or absence of deep-water sponges and corals in closed areas in the Gulf of AlaskaChristopher N. Rooper, Michael H. Martin and Mark E. Wilkinsno, cancel talk yes
S5 (MEQ/FUTURE)8707Alan C. HaynieInvited FishSET: a new tool to better incorporate fisher behavior into fisheries management Alan C. Haynieyes
S5 (MEQ/FUTURE)8399Oleg A. BulatovInvited Walleye pollock: global view.Oleg A. Bulatov yes
S5 (MEQ/FUTURE)8383Igor K. TrofimovOral About distribution of underyearling saffron cod in Karaginsky and Olutorsky Gulfs, the Bering SeaIgor K. Trofimovyes
S5 (MEQ/FUTURE)8327Mikhail A. StepanenkoOral Bering Sea pollock recruitment, abundance, distribution and approach to fishery management under changing environment Mikhail A. Stepanenkoyes
S5 (MEQ/FUTURE)8526Tetsuichiro FunamotoOral Comparisons of recruitment fluctuation mechanisms of walleye pollock in the Sea of Japan and the Pacific Ocean off northern JapanTetsuichiro Funamoto, Osamu Shida, Kazuhiko Itaya, Orio Yamamura, Ken Mori, Yoshiaki Hiyama and Yasunori Sakuraiyes
S5 (MEQ/FUTURE)8747Hiroshi KurodaOral Development of high-resolution coastal model around Hokkaido for fisheries science -a study on passive transport of eggs, larvae and juveniles of walleye pollock- Hiroshi Kuroda, Daisuke Takahashi, Tomonori Azumaya and Humio Mitsuderayes
S5 (MEQ/FUTURE)8333Stepanenko on behalf of A.V. SmirnovOral Ecosystem Approaches Pollock Fishery Management in Russia A.V. Smirnov no
S5 (MEQ/FUTURE)8565Masayuki ChimuraOral Establishment of the rearing system of larval and juvenile walleye pollock for elucidating their biological properties and responses to environmental changesToru Nakagawa, Masayuki Chimura, Naoto Murakami, Takashi Ichikawa, Norio Shirafuji, Jun Yamamoto, Tetsuichiro Funamoto, Ken mori, Yoshiaki Hiyama and Toyomitsu Horii yes
S5 (MEQ/FUTURE)8696Osamu ShidaOral Interannual changes in the timing of walleye pollock spawning migration and their impacts on gill-net fisheries in the southwestern Pacific coast of Hokkaido, JapanOsamu Shida, Yukio Mihara and Kazushi Miyashitayes
S5 (MEQ/FUTURE)8357Anatoliy VelikanovOral Long-term changes in abundance and annual catches of walleye pollock off Sakhalin Island in the Japan/East Sea and the Okhotsk Sea: from collapse to renewalAnatoliy Ya. Velikanovyes
S5 (MEQ/FUTURE)8780Masahito HirotaOral Market and Distribution of walleye pollockMasamichi Kawano and Masahito Hirotayes
S5 (MEQ/FUTURE)8379Keith R. CriddleOral Straddling the line: cooperative and non-cooperative strategies for management of Bering Sea pollockKeith R. Criddle and James Strongyes
S5 (MEQ/FUTURE)8830Suam KmOral The ecology of walleye pollock and its market importance in KoreaSuam Kim, Sukyung Kang and Dohoon Kim 
S5 (MEQ/FUTURE)8385Yohei KawauchiOralREP-2The effect of environmental factors on the distributions of walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) juveniles in Funka Bay and vicinity, Hokkaido, JapanYohei Kawauchi, Masayuki Chimura, Takashi Muto, Masamichi Watanobe and Kazushi Miyashitayes
S5 (MEQ/FUTURE)8455Ben WilliamsOral Variations in walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) maturation rates in the Gulf of AlaskaBenjamin C. Williams, Gordon H. Kruse, and Martin W. Dornyes
S5 (MEQ/FUTURE)8524Andrey SmirnovPoster Correlation of pollack and herring yield broods inhabiting the northern part of the Sea of OkhotskAndrey Smirnovno, by someone ellse
S5 (MEQ/FUTURE)8728Tadayasu UchiyamaPoster Effect of water temperature increase on eastern Bering Sea juvenile pollock predation.Tadayasu Uchiyama, Gordon H. Kruse, and Franz J. Mueteryes
S5 (MEQ/FUTURE)8468M. Stepanenko on behalf of Sergey S. PonomarevPoster Inter-annual variability of Pollock 0–year–class abundance in the northern sea of OkhotskSergey S. Ponomarevno
S5 (MEQ/FUTURE)8679Nadezhda L. AseevaPosterREP-1New data on ectoparasites of walleye pollock in the Okhotsk SeaNadezhda L. Aseeva, Marina B. Shedko, Andrei A. Smirnov, Alexander S. Sergeevyes
S5 (MEQ/FUTURE)8388Alexei M. OrlovPoster On the population structure of Pacific codAndrei N. Stroganov, Alexei M. Orlovyes
S5 (MEQ/FUTURE)8467Teresa A'marWithdrawal Management strategy evaluation for the Gulf of Alaska walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) fishery: how persistent are the environmental-recruitment links?Teresa A'mar, Martin Dorn, and Nicholas Bondno, cancel talk yes
S6 (BIO/MEQ)8461Andrew SweetmanInvited Long term trends in PBDE concentrations in gannet (Morus bassanus) eggs from two UK coloniesAndy Sweetman, John Crosse, Richard Shore, Gloria Pereira, Kevin Jonesyes
S6 (BIO/MEQ)8731Hideshige TakadaInvited Marine plastics : monitoring media of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) and carrier of POPs to seabirds.Kosuke Tanaka, Hideshige Takada, Rei Yamashita and Yutaka Watanukiyes
S6 (BIO/MEQ)8533Atsuhiko IsobeInvited Marine/Beach plastic litter as a transport vector of pollutantsAtsuhiko Isobe, Shin'ichiro Kako, and Etsuko Nakashima 
S6 (BIO/MEQ)8745Rei YamashitaInvited Persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in preen gland oils from streaked shearwaters in wintering areas of western PacificRei Yamashita, Hideshige Takada, Mai Miyazaki, Takashi Yamamoto, Akinori Takahashi, Maki Yamamoto, Philip N. Trathan and Yutaka Watanukiyes
S6 (BIO/MEQ)8626John ElliottInvited Seabirds are Indicators of Persistent Contaminants in the Marine Environment: Examples from the Pacific Coast of CanadaJohn E. Elliott, Kyle H. Elliott, Melanie F. Guigueno, Laurie K. Wilson, Sandi Lee, Abde Idrissiyes
S6 (BIO/MEQ)8540SubramanianOral Developing Asian countries as sources of pollutants to Asia-Pacific regionAnnamalai Subramanian and Shinsuke Tanabe 
S6 (BIO/MEQ)8763Sang Hee HongOral Levels and profiles of persistent organic pollutants in birds collected from an urbanized coastal region of South KoreaSang Hee Hong, Gi Myung Han, Won Joon Shim, Sung Yong Ha and Nak Won Heoyes
S6 (BIO/MEQ)8554Vasiliy Yu. TsygankovOral Marine mammals as bioindicators of persistent toxic substances (PTS) contamination in Russian areas of Subarctic marine ecosystemsVasiliy Yu. Tsygankov, Margarita D. Boyarova, Anna A. Lukashkina, Peter A. Tyupeleev, Ilya А. Shcherbakov, Yuriy V. Prikhodko and Olga N. Lukyanovayes
S6 (BIO/MEQ)8641Peter S. RossOral Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) in marine mammals: harmless chemicals or lingering poisons?Peter S. Rossyes, if approved
S6 (BIO/MEQ)8465Yutaka WatanukiOral POPs in the preen gland oil of Streaked Shearwaters breeding on the islands in Japan reflect marine pollution in western North PacificAtsuo Ito, Rei Yamashita, Hideshige Takada, Takashi Yamamoto, Kozue Shiomi, Carlos Zavalaga, Takuya Abe, Shinichi Watanabe, Maki Yamamoto, Katsufumi Sato, Hiromi Kohno, Ken Yoda, Tomohiko Iida, and Yutaka Watanukiyes
S6 (BIO/MEQ)8519Olga Lukyanova on behalf of Mikhail SimokonPoster Evaluation of ecological risk on metals in coastal area of Peter the Great Bay, Japan/East Sea.Mikhail V. Simokonno
S6 (BIO/MEQ)8438Yulia KoudryashovaPoster PAHs in sediments of rivers of the Primorsky Region, Far East of RussiaYulia Koudryashova, Natalia Prokuda, Natalia Khodorenko, Tatiana Chizhova, Pavel Tishchenkoyes
S6 (BIO/MEQ)8436Tatiana ChizhovaPoster Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) distributions in the Amur River’s estuaryTatiana Chizhova, Pavel Tishchenko, Liubov Kondratieva, Takuya Kawanishiyes
S6 (BIO/MEQ)8343Andrey S. NerodaPoster Radioactive isotopes in atmosphere aerosols over russia and the Sea of Japan following nuclear accident at Fukushima nr. 1 daiichi nuclear power station in march 2011Andrey S. Neroda , Vasily F. Mishukov , Vladimir A. Goryachev , Denis.V. Simonenkov , Anna A. Goncharova  
S6 (BIO/MEQ)8328Olga SoloviovaWithdrawal The oil hydrocarbons in the sea bottom sediments and benthic mollusks of the Streletsky Bay (Black Sea)Olga Soloviova, Elena Tikhonovano yes
S7 (BIO/FIS)8603Thomas K. DoyleInvited Detrimental impacts of jellyfish on finfish aquaculture: insights from the North East AtlanticThomas K. Doyleyes
S7 (BIO/FIS)8601William M. GrahamInvited Jellyfish and fisheries: risks, trade-offs and adaptationsWilliam M. Graham, Stefan Gelcich, Carlos M. Duarte, Shin-ichi Uye, Richard Brodeur, Robert H. Condon and NCEAS Jellyfish Working Groupyes
S7 (BIO/FIS)8630Reiji MasudaInvited Jellyfish as a predator and prey of fishes: underwater observations and rearing experimentsReiji Masuda, Yuko Miyajima, Ryosuke Ohata and Yoh Yamashitayes
S7 (BIO/FIS)8430Richard D. BrodeurOral A tale of two Chrysaora: pivotal roles in contrasting marine ecosystemsRichard D. Brodeur, Mary Beth Decker, Elizabeth A. Daly, Caren Barcelo, James J. Ruzicka, and Kristin Ciecielyes, waiting for official apporval
S7 (BIO/FIS)8509Lucas BrotzOral Anthropogenic impacts related to observed increases of jellyfish populationsLucas Brotz, William W.L. Cheung, Reg Watson, Kristin Kleisner, Evgeny Pakhomov, Philippe Cury, Roxane Maranger, Brooke Campbell and Daniel Paulyyes
S7 (BIO/FIS)8464Masaya ToyokawaOral Aurelia swarms originate from polyps near the baymouth, evidence from Mikawa Bay and Ise BayMasaya Toyokawa, Akira Yasuda, Yusuke Murata, Kazuhiro Aoki, Manabu Shimizu and Minoru Hamadayes
S7 (BIO/FIS)8623Shin-ichi UyeOral Comparative analysis of the Inland Sea of Japan and the northern Adriatic: can changes in anthropogenic pressures disclose jellyfish outbreaks? Shin-ichi Uye, Alenka Malej and Tjasa Kogovsek 
S7 (BIO/FIS)8590Martin LilleyOral Direct and indirect evidence for massive differences in jellyfish biomass between the Pacific and Atlantic: implications for fisheries bycatch?Martin K.S. Lilley, Steven E. Beggs, Tom K. Doyle, Victoria J. Hobson, K.H. Patrik Stromberg, Graeme C. Haysyes
S7 (BIO/FIS)8676Christopher P. LynamOral Have jellyfish in the Irish Sea benefited from climate change and overfishing?Christopher P. Lynam, Martin K.S. Lilley, Thomas Bastian, Thomas K. Doyle, Steven E. Beggs and Graeme C. Hayyes
S7 (BIO/FIS)8331Alexander V. ZavolokinOral Jellyfish of the Far Eastern Seas of Russia: composition, spatio-temporal variations and significance for ecosystemsAlexander V. Zavolokinyes
S7 (BIO/FIS)8391Ryosuke MakabeOralREP-1Marine constructions as a factor to boost Aurelia aurita s.l blooms: a case study of a new floating pier deployment in Hiroshima Bay, JapanRyosuke Makabe, Ryuji Furukawa, Mariko Takao and Shin-ichi Uyemove to oral
S7 (BIO/FIS)8633Akira OkunoOral Numerically simulated migration/distribution of Nemopilema nomurai in the Japan Sea using temperature-based controlsAkira Okuno, Tatsuro Watanabe, Satoshi Kitajima, Naoto Honda and Katsumi Takayamayes
S7 (BIO/FIS)8402Mary Needler AraiOral Predation on gelatinous cnidaria and ctenophoresMary Needler Araiyes
S7 (BIO/FIS)8367Jennifer E. PurcellOral Predation potential of blooming jellyfish, Pelagia noctiluca, on fish larvae in the NW Mediterranean SeaJennifer E. Purcell, Ana Sabatés, Verónica Fuentes, Francesc Pagès, Uxue Tilves, Alejandro Olariaga and Josep-María Giliyes
S7 (BIO/FIS)8360James J. RuzickaOral Salmon and jellyfish: bumping elbows in the Northern California CurrentJames J. Ruzicka, Elizabeth A. Daly, Richard D. Brodeuryes
S7 (BIO/FIS)8798John C. FieldOral Spatial and temporal patterns of variability in Scyphomedusae in the central California coastal marine ecosystem. John C. Field, Jarrod Santora, Keith Sakuma, Amber Payne and Baldo Marinovicyes
S7 (BIO/FIS)8597Cornelia JaspersOral The invasive ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi in northern European waters and its potential impact on fisheriesCornelia Jaspersyes
S7 (BIO/FIS)8604Steven E. BeggsPoster Annual and regional variations in associations between Scyphomedusae and juvenile gadoids in the Irish SeaSteven E Beggs, Thomas Bastian, Martin K.S.Lilley, and Thomas K. Doyle 
S7 (BIO/FIS)8370Wen-Tseng LoPoster Comparison of siphonophore assemblages during northeasterly and southwesterly monsoon seasons in the Taiwan Strait, western North Pacific OceanWen-Tseng Lo, Hung-Yen Hsieh and Shwu-Feng Yuyes
S7 (BIO/FIS)8698Martin LilleyPoster Developing a technique for in-situ monitoring of fragile planktonic organisms.Martin K. S. Lilley & Fabien Lombardyes
S7 (BIO/FIS)8329Yee-Kwang SIMPosterREP-3Exogenous Impacts on the Massive Occurrence of Jellyfish in the Northern Part of Malacca Straits, MalaysiaYee-Kwang SIM, Chern-Chung CHUAH, Anita Talib & Khairun Yahyayes
S7 (BIO/FIS)8812Jun NishikawaPoster Jellyfish fisheries in Southeast AsiaJun Nishikawa, Fatimah Md. Yusoff, Nguyen Thi Thu, Khwanruan Srinui, Mulyadi and Shuhei Nishidayes
S7 (BIO/FIS)8569Satoshi KitajimaPosterREP-2Low temperature excludes medusae of Nemopilema nomurai in the Japan Sea in winter Satoshi Kitajima, Akira Okuno, Naoki Iguchi, Naoto Honda, Tatsuro Watanabe and Osamu Katohyes
S7 (BIO/FIS)8477Takashi KamiyamaPoster Planktonic ciliates as a prey source for moon Jellyfish Aurelia aurita: feeding activities and growth effects of ephyra and metephyra stagesTakashi Kamiyamayes
S7 (BIO/FIS)8756Naoki FujiiPoster Relationship between jellyfish abundance and environmental fluctuation in Uwa SeaNaoki Fujii, Shinya Magome, Atsushi Kaneda and Hidetaka Takeokayes
S7 (BIO/FIS)8667Brian E. SmithPoster The presence of gelatinous zooplankton in the diets of fishes of the Northeast U.S. continental shelf: Trends in shelf-wide feeding and consumptive removals Brian E. Smith and Jason S. Linkyes, move to poster
S7 (BIO/FIS)8592Thomas K. Doyle on behalf of BastianPoster Tracking the lion’s mane jellyfish: horizontal and vertical movements of C. capillata in a shallow coastal environmentThomas Bastian, Damien Haberlin, Mary Catherine Gallagher, Sean Rooney, Graeme C. Hays and Thomas K. Doyleno
S7 (BIO/FIS)8450SUN SongWithdrawal Giant jellyfish bloom in the Yellow Sea and East China SeaSUN Song LI Chaolun ZHANG Guangtao WANG Shiwei SUN Xiao Xiayes, did not participate and present oral yes
S7 (BIO/FIS)8711Kristin CiecielWithdrawal Methods for conducting individual measurements on trawled jellyfishKristin Cieciel, Jeanette Gann and Bruce Wing no, cancel poster yes
S7 (BIO/FIS)8503Andrea BozmanWithdrawal Population dynamics and vertical habitat preference of Periphylla periphylla in a north Norwegian fjordAndrea M. Bozman, Ketil Eianeno, remove poster yes
S8 (POC/FIS)8831Robert HumstonInvited Selecting appropriate models of fish movement for End-to-End models of marine ecosystems.Robert Humstonyes
S8 (POC/FIS)8706All Hermann on behalf of Ivonne OrtizOral 20 species, 15 lengths: How fish move driven by happiness as defined by growth and predation Ivonne Ortiz, Kerim Aydin, Al Hermannno
S8 (POC/FIS)8570Seokjin YoonOral An individual-based modeling approach for Pacific saury migrationsSeokjin Yoon, Terui Takeshi, Michio J. Kishi and Shin-ichi Itoyes
S8 (POC/FIS)8681Yoshioki OozekiOral Annual change in migration pattern of Pacific saury larvae from spawning to nursery groundsYoshioki Oozeki, Takeshi Okunishi, Akinori Takasuka and Daisuke Ambeyes
S8 (POC/FIS)8560Tohya YasudaOral Changes in spatial distribution of chub mackerel under climate change: the case study using Japanese purse seine fisheries data in the East China SeaTohya Yasuda, Ryuji Yukami, Seiji Ohshimoyes
S8 (POC/FIS)8677Satoshi NakadaOral Estimated migration of scallop larvae in Funka Bay by using streamline visualizationSatoshi Nakada, Takashi Uenaka, Ken-ichi Kitao, Kenta Matsui, Yoichi Ishikawa, Naohisa Sakamoto, Koji Koyamada, Toshiyuki Awaji, and Sei-Ichi Saitohyes
S8 (POC/FIS)8634Akira OkunoOral Importance of swimming-depth model of jellyfishes Nemopilema nomurai in simulation of their migration in the Japan SeaAkira Okuno, Tatsuro Watanabe, Naoto Honda, Katsumi Takayama, Naoki Iguchi and Satoshi Kitajimayes
S8 (POC/FIS)8766Masanori TakahashiOral Migratory behavior and recruitment process of the Pacific stock of chub mackerel Scomber japonicusMasanori Takahashi, Atsushi Kawabata, Chikako Watanabe, Michio Yoneda, Daisuke Ambe and Takeshi Okunishiyes
S8 (POC/FIS)8765Jung Jin KimOral Transport processes of eggs and paralarvae of Japanese common squid, Todarodes pacificus in the Northwest PacificJung Jin Kim, William T. Stockhousen, Yang-Ki Cho, Gwang Ho Seo and Suam Kimyes
S8 (POC/FIS)8374Michio J. KishiPosterREP-1Discussions on random walk and behavioral movement models coupled with NEMURO.FISH; case study on chum salmon and saury.Michio J. Kishi 
S9 (FIS/MEQ)8495Masakazu HoriInvited Effect of coastal seascape diversity on the associated fish productionMasakazu Horiyes
S9 (FIS/MEQ)8587Katsumasa YamadaInvited Functional diversity and functional redundancy of faunal community in seagrass ecosystem of northern JapanKatsumasa Yamadayes
S9 (FIS/MEQ)8772Seokjin YoonOral Ecological functions of kelp community as an indicator of anthropogenic nutrient stressorsSeokjin Yoon, Michio J. Kishi, Satoshi Nakada, Yoichi Ishikawa, Tomonori Isada and Sei-Ichi Saitohyes
S9 (FIS/MEQ)8632Tsutomu NodaOral Impact of the tsunami by the Great East Japan Earthquake on seagrass beds and fish assemblage in Miyako bayTsutomu Noda, Yoshitomo Nagakura, Daisuke Shimizu, Hideaki Aono, Hiroyuki Okouchi, Masami Hamaguchi, Atsushi Fukuta, Yasuhiro Kamimura and Jun Shojiyes
S9 (FIS/MEQ)8416Shiori SonokiOral Monitoring of seasonal variation of seagrass bed using acoustic methodShiori Sonoki, Yuka Morita, Jun Syoji and Kazushi Miyashitayes
S9 (FIS/MEQ)8675Ekaterina V. GolovashchenkoOral The economic value of ecosystem services in the Kievka Bay (Japan Sea)Ekaterina V. Golovashchenkoyes
S9 (FIS/MEQ)8506Sang Rul ParkOral The role of salt marsh plants as a net sink or source carbon dioxide in the southwestern Gulf of MexicoSang Rul Park, Joseph Stachelek and Kenneth H. Duntonyes
S9 (FIS/MEQ)8529Nam-Il WonOral Trophic structure of the rocky shore ecosystem in Otsuchi Bay, Japan: implication of benthic-pelagic couplingNam-Il Won, Hideki Takami, Yutaka Kurita, Daisuke Muraoka and Tomohiko Kawamurayes
S9 (FIS/MEQ)8558Chang Geun ChoiPoster Development of artificial seaweed bed for ecological restorationChang Geun Choi and Seok Jin Ohno, change to poster
S9 (FIS/MEQ)8685Sang Rul ParkPosterREP-1Effects of intensity and season of disturbance on the marine benthic community of a rocky intertidal shore with periodic green tide occurrence in KoreaYun Hee Kang, Chang Jae Choi and Sang Rul Parkyes
S9 (FIS/MEQ)8407Chunjiang Guan Poster Studies on carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus uptake flux of Suaeda salsa around Bohai Sea DistrictChunjiang Guan , Jie Na , Meng Xu , Xiutang Yuan 
S9 (FIS/MEQ)8410Tatiana KrupnovaWithdrawal Biotic relationship brown algae Laminaria japonica (L. Saccharina) with its associated organism and control their resources Tatiana Krupnovano, cancel oral yes
S9 (FIS/MEQ)8449Sabitova L.I.Withdrawal Influence of environmental factors on ammonium and phosphate uptake rate by a red alga Ahnfeltia tobuchiensis population in the Izmena Bay (Kunashir Island)Cherbadgy I.I., Sabitova L.I.not sure, did not bring poster yes
S10 (BIO/MEQ/FUTURE)8664HalpernInvited Lessons learned and future directions for cumulative impact mappingBenjamin S. Halpernno, remove invited yes
S10 (BIO/MEQ/FUTURE)8514Natalie C. BanInvited Mapping cumulative impact: Advances, relevance and limitations to marine management and conservation in Pacific Canada, and emerging Bayesian approachesNatalie C. Ban, Stephen S. Ban, Hussein M. Alidinayes
S10 (BIO/MEQ/FUTURE)8568Motomitsu TakahashiOral Comparative study on ecosystem responses to anthropogenic activities and natural stressors among inland, shelf and oceanic waters around JapanMotomitsu Takahashi, Sachihiko Itoh, Naoki Yoshie, Kazuhiko Mochida, Masakazu Hori and Shigeru Itakurayes
S10 (BIO/MEQ/FUTURE)8573Mingyuan ZhuOral Ecosystem changes under multi-stressors in the Yellow SeaMingyuan Zhu, Ruixiang Li &Zongling Wangyes, if gets visa
S10 (BIO/MEQ/FUTURE)8612Ian PerryOral Identifying multiple stressors and potential habitat responses in marine ecosystems of Pacific CanadaR. Ian Perry and Jennifer Boldtyes
S10 (BIO/MEQ/FUTURE)8559Vladimir KulikOral Mapping cumulative human and natural impacts in the Sea of OkhotskVladimir Kulikyes
S10 (BIO/MEQ/FUTURE)8429Kyung-Su KimOral The combined effects of elevated carbon dioxide concentration and temperature on the early development stage of olive flounder Paralichthys olivaceus.Kyung-Su Kim, JeongHee Shim and Suam Kimyes
S10 (BIO/MEQ/FUTURE)8596Tetsuya TakatsuPoster Drastic reduction of demersal fish abundance by hypoxia in Mutsu Bay Japan in the fall of 2011Tetsuya Takatsu, Koji Shinoda, Shoichi Inoue, Tomofumi Seta and Yuta Inagaki 
S10 (BIO/MEQ/FUTURE)8581Yuta InagakiPoster Effects of hypoxia on annual changes in growth and somatic condition of flathead flounder Hippoglossoides dubius in Funka Bay, JapanYuta Inagaki, Tetsuya Takatsu, Masafumi Kimura, Yota Kano, Toyomi Takahashi, Yoshihiko Kamei, Naoto Kobayashi, and Tatsuaki Maeda 
S10 (BIO/MEQ/FUTURE)8578Aya MorinagaPoster Eutrophication suggested by the heterotrophic signal of dinoflagellate cyst sassemblagels ; case of Omura Bay, West JapanAya Morinaga1) and Kazumi Matsuoka2)yes
S10 (BIO/MEQ/FUTURE)8637Stephani G ZadorPoster Identifying and comparing ecosystem stressors in the eastern Bering Sea and Gulf of AlaskaStephani Zador1 and Kirstin Holsman2no, change to poster
S10 (BIO/MEQ/FUTURE)8555Kanako NaitoPoster Iron as a triggering factor for harmful dinoflagellate bloomsKanako Naito, Setsuko Sakamoto, Mineo Yamaguchi, Ichiro Imai and Ken-ichi Nakamura 
S10 (BIO/MEQ/FUTURE)8674Masahiko FujiiPosterREP-3Ocean acidification limits temperature-induced poleward expansion of coral habitatsYumiko Yara, Meike Vogt, Masahiko Fujii, Hiroya Yamano, Claudine Hauri, Marco Steinacher, Nicolas Gruber, and Yasuhiro Yamanakayes
S10 (BIO/MEQ/FUTURE)8342Evgeniya TikhomirovaPoster Typical distributions of primary production at the surfaces of Peter the Great Bay (Japan Sea)Evgeniya Tikhomirovayes
S10 (BIO/MEQ/FUTURE)8428Anna V. SkriptsovaWithdrawalREP-3Long-term changes in the subtidal macrophyte community in Peter the Great Bay (Sea of Japan): a response to climate change?Anna V. Skriptsova, Ludmila I. Sabitova and Ivan I. Cherbadgycannot attend, canel oral yes
S10 (BIO/MEQ/FUTURE)8420David RobertsWithdrawalREP-1Ocean acidification (OA) increases the toxicity of contaminated sediments to Corophium volutatorDavid Roberts, Silvana Birchenough, Ceri Lewis, Mathew Sanders, Thi Bolam and Dave Sheahanno, cancel yes
S10 (BIO/MEQ/FUTURE)8770Anastasiia StrobykinaWithdrawal Spatial and temporal variability of nutrients in the Okhotsk Sea shelf zone.Anastasiia Strobykinano, poster was not present yes
S10 (BIO/MEQ/FUTURE)8434Georgina GibsonWithdrawal Spatially heterogeneous response of Bering Sea ecosystem dynamics to environmental stressors.Georgina A. Gibson,*, Albert J. Hermann, Kate Hedstrom, Enrique N. Curchitserno, cannot attend, withdraw yes
S10 (BIO/MEQ/FUTURE)8797Burke HalesWithdrawalREP-4Upward transport driven by internal waves in the Oregon inner shelf in the absence of upwelling-favorable windsBurke Hales1, R. Kipp Shearman1, and Mariona Segura-Noguera1,2  yes
S11 (MONITOR/POC)8403Shin-ichi ItoInvited Ecosystem situation and marine research enforcement in the Pacific coast of northeastern Japan after the Great East Japan Earthquake disaster.Shin-ichi Ito, Shigeho Kakehi, Taku Wagawa, Yoji Narimatsu, Yutaka Kurita, Tomoko Sakami, Hideki Takami, Hideki Kaeriyama, Ken Fujimoto, Tsuneo Ono, Hiroyuki Tanaka, T. Kamiyama, S. Itakura, Y. Okazaki, K. Tadokoro, A. Kuwata, H. Saito, M. Ito, T. Hattoriyes
S11 (MONITOR/POC)8835Stanley D. RiceInvited Exxon Valdez: Long Term environmental consequences of oil persistence and toxicityStanley D. Riceyes
S11 (MONITOR/POC)8800Josef CherniawskyInvited Predicting future tsunami waves and currents on the West Coast of CanadaJosef Cherniawskyyes
S11 (MONITOR/POC)8820Masahiro YamaoInvited Strengthening social resilience in earthquake and tsunami affected coastal Asia: through improvement of livelihood and social capitalMasahiro Yamao,Zulhamsyah Imran, Achmad Zamroni, Kazuko Tatsumi and Michiko Amanoyes
S11 (MONITOR/POC)8530Nikolai MaximenkoInvited Tracking marine debris generated by the March 11, 2011 tsunami, using numerical models and observational reportsNikolai Maximenko and Jan Hafneryes
S11 (MONITOR/POC)8810Xiaorong LiOral A new method based on FVCOM to simulate the impacts of tidal power station on surrounding marine environmentXiaorong Li, Huaming Yu, Qingyang Songyes
S11 (MONITOR/POC)8703Richard D. BrodeurOral Assessment and characterization of radionuclide concentrations from the Fukushima Reactor release in the plankton and nekton communities of the Northern California CurrentDelvan Neville, Richard D. Brodeur, A. Jason Phillips, and Kathryn Higleyyes, waiting for official apporval
S11 (MONITOR/POC)8352Natsuki HasegawaOral Damage of the tsunami to the Asari clam fisheries in east Hokkaido, Japan and the problems in its recovery processNatsuki Hasegawa and Toshihiro Onitsukayes
S11 (MONITOR/POC)8345Hideki TakamiOral Effects of the mega-earthquake and tsunami on rocky shore ecosystems on Sanriku Coast, JapanHideki Takami, Tomohiko Kawamura, Daisuke Muraoka, Nam-Il Won and Hiroshi Nakaieyes
S11 (MONITOR/POC)8650Hiroshi IsamiOral Effects of tsunami on zooplankton communities in Otsuchi Bay, northern JapanHiroshi Isami, Atsushi Tsudayes
S11 (MONITOR/POC)8539Hiroya SugisakiOral General report of the projects aided by PICES/ICES/JSFO fund for fisheries and oceanographic research on the recovery from the Great East Japan EarthquakeJapanese Society of Fisheries Oceanographyyes
S11 (MONITOR/POC)8441Daisuke MuraokaOral Impact of the Great East Japan Earthquake on Zostera meadows in the coastal area close to the epicenterDaisuke Muraoka, Tomoko Sakami, Goro Yoshida, Masakazu Hori, Hiromori Shimabukuro, Takehisa Yamakita and Hitoshi Tamakiyes
S11 (MONITOR/POC)8821John A. BarthOral The Northwest Association of Networked Ocean Observing Systems (NANOOS) interactive tsunami evacuation mapsJohn A. Barth, Jonathan Allan, Craig Risien, Jan A. Newton and NANOOS Colleaguesyes
S11 (MONITOR/POC)8594Toshihiro WadaOral Tsunami disaster and nuclear power plant accident effects on fishery facilities and marine products in Fukushima Prefecture: present conditions and prospectsToshihiro Wada, Yoshiharu Nemoto, Shinya Shimamura, Satoshi Igarashiyes
S11 (MONITOR/POC)8561Yuji OkazakiPoster Change in the demarsal fish fauna of sandy beach in Sendai Bay after the disturbance by the tsunamiYuji Okazaki, Yutaka Kurita and Shinji Ueharayes
S11 (MONITOR/POC)8574Daisuke AmbePoster Distribution of Radioactive Cesium in Sea Sediment and Bottom Boundary Layer after the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant AccidentDaisuke Ambe, Hideki Kaeriyama, Yuya Shigenobu, Ken Fujimoto, Hajime Saito, Hideki Sawada, Tsuneo Ono, Takashi Setou and Tomowo Watanabeyes
S11 (MONITOR/POC)8845Hiroya SugisakiPoster General report on the projects aided by the PICES/ICES/JSFO fund for fisheries and oceanographic research on the recovery from the Great East Japan EarthquakeHiroya Sugisaki 
S11 (MONITOR/POC)8457Yuichiro YamadaPoster Influence of the huge tsunami on the coastal plankton community structure, especially abundance of toxic dinoflagellate (Alexandrium tamarense) in Ofunato Bay, Sanriku, Japan.Yuichiro Yamada, Shinnosuke Kaga, Takehiko Ogatayes
S11 (MONITOR/POC)8758Hideki KaeriyamaPoster Oceanic dispersion of radioactive cesium around Japan and western North Pacific after the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant AccidentHideki Kaeriyama, Daisuke Ambe, Masachika Masujima, Kou Nishiuchi, Tsuneo Ono and Tomowo Watanabeyes
S11 (MONITOR/POC)8571Hiroyuki TanakaPoster Temporal variation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in surface seawater from Sendai Bay, Japan, between June 2011 and March 2012Hiroyuki Tanaka, Shigeho Kakehi and Shin-ichi Itoyes
S11 (MONITOR/POC)8608Shailendra Kumar MandalWithdrawal Impacts and implications of tsunami for coastal ecosystem management in the Asia-Pacific regionShailendra Kumar Mandal and Kamini Sinhaif fin support yes
S11 (MONITOR/POC)8589Galina S.BorisenkoWithdrawal Investigation of radioactive pollution of biological resources in the northwest part of Pacific Ocean after emergency on the nuclear power station “Fukushima-1” in JapanGalina S.Borisenko, Yuriy G.Blinov, Igor I.Glebovno, by colleague, poster was not present yes
S11 (MONITOR/POC)8326K. K. Satpathy Withdrawal Temporal & Spatial distribution of phytoplankton blooms in the Indian coastal waters – A review of 100 years data & Ajit Mohanthyno, cancel oral yes
S11 (MONITOR/POC)8832John A. BarthWithdrawal The Northwest Association of Networked Ocean Observing Systems (NANOOS) interactive tsunami evacuation mapsJohn A. Barth, Jonathan Allan, Craig Risien, Jan A. Newton and NANOOS Colleaguesyes-duplicate yes
S12 (BIO/FIS/POC)8662Hiromichi IgarashiInvited Diagnosis of the possible link between interannual variation of neon flying squid abundance in the North Pacific and the recent climate regime shift in 1998/99 by using 4DVAR ocean data assimilation productHiromichi Igarashi, Toshiyuki Awaji, Taro Ichii, Mitsuo Sakai, Yoichi Ishikawa, Shuhei Masuda, Haruka Nishikawa, Yoshihisa Hiyoshi, Yuji Sasaki and Sei-ichi Saitohyes
S12 (BIO/FIS/POC)8799David G. FoleyOral Convergence from bottom to Top: an oceanographic perspective on the movements of apex predators near the North Pacific transition zone chlorophyll FrontDavid G. Foley, Elliott L. Hazen, Steven J. Bograd, Scott Shaffer, Scott Benson, Barbara A. Block, Dan Costayes
S12 (BIO/FIS/POC)8564Mitsuo SakaiOral Distribution and growth of young neon flying squid, Ommastrephes bartramii, in the central North Pacific Subtropical and Transition Zones during winter Mitsuo Sakai, Toshie Wakabayashi, Haruka Urabe, Makoto Okazaki, Yoshiki Kato, Masachika Masujima, Denzo Inagake and Yasuhiro Sengayes
S12 (BIO/FIS/POC)8618Lesley H. ThorneOral Effects of inter-annual variability of the transition zone chlorophyll front on the habitat use and reproductive success of Laysan and Black-footed albatrossesLesley H. Thorne1, Scott A. Shaffer2,3, Elliott L. Hazen4,5, Steven J. Bograd4, David G. Foley4,5, Melinda G. Connors2, Michelle A. Kappes2 and Daniel P. Costa6yes
S12 (BIO/FIS/POC)8622SaitoOral Food-web structure and dynamics in the frontal zone of Kuroshio ExtensionHiroaki Saito, Kazutaka Takahashi, Yuichiro Nishibe, Ken Furuya, Koji Hamasaki, Kiyotaka Hidaka, Tadafumi Ichikawa, Mutsuo Ichinomiya, Shigeho Kakehi, Miwa Nakamachi, Yuta Nishibe, Yuji Okazaki, and Yuta Tadayes
S12 (BIO/FIS/POC)8563Taro IchiiOral Impacts of extensive squid driftnet fishery and climate variability on epipelagic nekton in the Transition Region of the central North PacificTaro Ichii, Haruka Nishikawa, Hiromichi Igarashi, Hiroshi Okamura, Kedarnath Mahapatra, Mituso Sakai, Toshie Wakabayashi, Denzo Inagake and Yoshihiro Okadayes
S12 (BIO/FIS/POC)8708Evan Howell on behalf of Carey MorishigeOral Marine debris movement and concentration within the North Pacific OceanCarey Morishige and Evan Howellno
S12 (BIO/FIS/POC)8615Evan A. HowellOral Spatial and temporal variability in the biophysical properties of the North Pacific Subtropical Frontal Zone during 1997-2011Evan A. Howell, Aimee L. Hoover, Jeffrey J. Polovina and Michael P. Sekiyes
S12 (BIO/FIS/POC)8716Dharmamony VijaiPosterREPDistribution and characteristics of neon flying squid (Ommastrephes bartramii) near a spawning area off HawaiiDharmamony Vijai, John R. Bower, Yoshihiko Kamei and Yasunori Sakuraiyes
S12 (BIO/FIS/POC)8338Atsushi YamaguchiPoster Interannual/latitudinal variations in abundance, biomass, community structure and estimated production of epipelagaic mesozooplankton along 155˚E longitude in the western North Pacific during springAtsushi Yamaguchi, Kohei Matsuno, Yoshiyuki Abe, Ichiro Imaiyes
S12 (BIO/FIS/POC)8803Kedarnath MahapatraWithdrawal Influence of climate variability on pelagic ocean condition in the Kuroshio-Oyashio Transition Area using time series remote sensing dataKedarnath Mahapatra and Yoshihiro Okadayes, cancel oral sick yes
S12 (BIO/FIS/POC)8642Rodolfo VöglerWithdrawalREPModeling oceanographic dynamics and distribution variability of blue shark catches in the northeastern tropical Pacific during an extreme El Niño/La Niña cycleRodolfo Vögler and Emilio Beierno, cancel poster yes
S13 (MEQ/FUTURE)8376Erlend MoksnessInvited Coastal marine ecosystems and Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM); A way forwardErlend Moksnessyes
S13 (MEQ/FUTURE)8825Ellik AdlerOral Coastal Spatial Planning in the East Asian Seas Region – Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction Ellik Adler , Lawrence Hildebrand and Reynaldo Molinayes
S13 (MEQ/FUTURE)8786Sei-Ichi SaitohOral Development and application of Tohoku Coastal Web-GIS for supporting recoveries of the Tohoku Earthquake Sei-Ichi Saitoh, Katsuyoshi Tanaka, and Fumihiro Takahashiyes
S13 (MEQ/FUTURE)8516HarrisonOralREP-3Do changes in N:P ratios influence the occurrence of HABs? Paul J. Harrison, Jie Xu, Kedong Yin yes, only oral
S13 (MEQ/FUTURE)8649Ichiro ImaiOral History of eutrophication and harmful algal blooms events in the Seto Inland Sea of Japan, and proposal of prevention strategies for HABs by utilization of seaweed- and seagrass-bedsIchiro Imai, Asami Kuroda, Yuka Onishi, Atsushi Yamaguchi and Mineo Yamaguchiyes
S13 (MEQ/FUTURE)8690Tomoya KataokaOralREP-2Simultaneous Monitoring at Multiple Sites of Beached Plastic Litter Quantity Using WebcamTomoya Kataoka, Hirofumi Hinata and Shin'ichiro Kakoyes, move to oral
S13 (MEQ/FUTURE)8389Tomohiko KawamuraOral Studies on the secondary succession in coastal ecosystems after the enormous disturbance by the Great East Japan Earthquake on Sanriku Coast; importance of scientific guidelines for the future sustainable fisheries and ecosystem managementsTomohiko Kawamurayes
S13 (MEQ/FUTURE)8598Masahide KaeriyamaOral Sustainability and risk management of Pacific salmon under the changing climate and catastrophic earthquake and tsunami in coastal ecosystems around JapanMasahide Kaeriyama, Yuxue Qin, Yosuke Koshino, Daisuke Uryu, and Hideaki Kudoyes, move to oral
S13 (MEQ/FUTURE)8628Ji-Yeon ShinOral The analysis of urban high school students' and scuba divers' awareness on the ocean environment and the plans to enhance the public awarenessJi-Yeon Shinyes
S13 (MEQ/FUTURE)8829Galina S. GavrilovaPoster Some risks of on-bottom shellfish aquaculture in Peter the Great Bay (Japan Sea)Galina S. Gavrilovano, poster by Lukyanova
S13 (MEQ/FUTURE)8714Wei zhengWithdrawalREP-1Assessment of ecological loss of the oil spill based on hydrodynamic numerical model – a case study in Jiaozhou BayWei Zheng, Zhan Lian, Fengye Zhang, Honghua Shino, cancel oral yes
S13 (MEQ/FUTURE)8609Shailendra Kumar MandalWithdrawal Post tsunami mitigation measures and future plans for the coastal zone ecosystem : An Indian experienceShailendra Kumar Mandal and Kamini Sinhaif fin support yes
S13 (MEQ/FUTURE)8795Blake E. FeistWithdrawal Potential vulnerability of cetaceans to groundfish fishing fleets in the California CurrentBlake E. Feist, Marlene Bellman, Michael J. Ford and Phillip S. Levinno, cancel oral, was not approved yes
S13 (MEQ/FUTURE)8412Jianguo DuWithdrawal The demonstration of estuarine biodiversity conservation, restoration and PA networking in ChinaJianguo Du1, Qiulin Zhou1, Shengyuan Yang2, Quan Wen3, Bin Chen1no, cancel oral yes
S14 (POC/TCODE)8700Brad SeibelInvited Climate change impacts on animal function and biogeochemical cyclesBrad, A., Seibelyes
S14 (POC/TCODE)8699Akihiko MurataInvited Decadal changes of dissolved inorganic carbon in the PacificAkihiko Murata, Shinya Kouketsu, Toshimasa Doi, Kazuhiko Hayashi and Yuichiro Kumamotoyes
S14 (POC/TCODE)8732Curtis DeutschInvited Metabolic constraints on marine habitat and its climatic changesCurtis Deutsch, Aaron Ferrelyes
S14 (POC/TCODE)8691Kosei KomatsuOral Impacts of epipycnal and diapycnal nutrient-transport by the Kuroshio on the productivity in the adjacent epipelagic watersKosei Komatsu, Ichiro Yasuda, Sachihiko Itoh, Toru Ikeya, Hitoshi Kaneko, Kiyotaka Hidaka and Satoshi Osafuneyes
S14 (POC/TCODE)8789Silvana N.R. BirchenoughOral In-situ characterisation of habitats adjoining cold-water coral reefs using a Sediment Profile Imagery (SPI) camera.Silvana N.R. Birchenough, Nigel Lyman, David A., Roberts, Juan Moreno-Navas, J. Murray Roberts.yes
S14 (POC/TCODE)8788Yvette H. SpitzOral Oregon shelf oxygen dynamics and exchange with the deep ocean: a modeling approach.Yvette H. Spitz and Harold P. Batchelderyes
S14 (POC/TCODE)8750Julie E. KeisterOral Oxygen and pH conditions experienced by zooplankton on in a North Pacific fjord: impacts on taxonomic composition, distributions, and growth.Julie E. Keister, Anna McLaskey, Shallin Busch, Lisa Raatikainen, Amanda Winans, and Paul McElhanyyes
S14 (POC/TCODE)8782Finlay ScottOral Predicting the regional impacts of ocean acidification: integrating sediment biodiversity and ecosystem function.Finlay Scott, Ruth Parker and Silvana N. R. Birchenoughyes
S14 (POC/TCODE)8651Shuchai Gan Oral Quantification of BDOC (bio-available dissolved organic carbon) of different water masses in East China SeaShuchai Gan and Ying Wuyes
S14 (POC/TCODE)8757Keith B RodgersOral RE-EMERGENCE OF ANTHROPOGENIC CARBON AND PACIFIC WARM POOL ACIDIFICATIONKeith B. Rodgers, Masao Ishii, Daniele Iudicone, Olivier AUmont, Matthew C. Long, and Joan A. Kleypasyes
S14 (POC/TCODE)8394Liqi ChenOral Surface Carbon Changes in the western Arctic Ocean under seaice rapid shrinking and its implication of Arctic Ocean AcidificationLiqi Chen, Zhongyong Gao, Wweijun Cai, Heng Sun, Suqing Xuyes
S14 (POC/TCODE)8658J. Anthony KoslowOral The influence of declining oxygen concentrations and mesopelagic fish biomass on ecosystem structure in the California CurrentJ. Anthony Koslow, Peter Davison, and Ana Lara-Lopez yes
S14 (POC/TCODE)8721James ChristianOral Trends in ocean CaCO3 undersaturation in the CMIP5 suite of Earth System ModelsJames Christian, Laurent Bopp, John Dunne, Michael Eby, Paul Halloran, Tatiana Ilyina, Ian Totterdell, and Akitomo Yamamotoyes
S14 (POC/TCODE)8518Angelica PeñaOral Trends in oxygen concentrations in the Gulf of Alaska and British Columbia watersAngelica Peña and William Crawfordyes, if approved
S14 (POC/TCODE)8814John A. BarthOral Understanding and predicting hypoxia over the Pacific Northwest continental shelfJohn A. Barth, Francis Chan and Stephen D. Pierceyes
S14 (POC/TCODE)8705Takamitsu ItoOral Understanding low-frequency variability of subsurface oxygen using a hierarchy of modelsTakamitsu Ito and Curtis Deutschyes
S14 (POC/TCODE)8625Yukihiro NojiriOral Variability of carbon cycle and biological production in the North pacific estimated from mapping of pCO2, alkalinity, and dissolved inorganic carbonYukihiro Nojiri, Sayaka Yasunaka, Shinichiro Nakaoka, Tsuneo Ono, Hitoshi Mukai and Norihisa Usuiyes
S14 (POC/TCODE)8577Lidia YebraPoster Active carbon flux by diel migrant zooplankton in the eutrophic and oligotrophic waters of the Canary CurrentSébastien Putzeys1,3, Carlos Almeida2, Pierrick Bécognée1, Lidia Yebra3, Ángeles Marrero Diaz4 and Santiago Hernández-León1yes
S14 (POC/TCODE)8496Naohiro KosugiPoster An acidification in the North Pacific subtropical mode water and its relation with climate variabilityNaohiro Kosugi, Daisuke Sasano, Masao Ishii, Kazutaka En'yo, Toshiya Nakano and Takashi Midorikawayes
S14 (POC/TCODE)8489Yusuke TakataniPoster Decrease of dissolved oxygen due to the warming and other factors in the western North Pacific subtropical gyreYusuke Takatani, Daisuke Sasano, Toshiya Nakano, Takashi Midorikawa and Masao Ishiiyes
S14 (POC/TCODE)8635Toru SuzukiPoster PACIFICA: Pacific Ocean Interior Carbon Data SynthesisToru Suzuki, Masao Ishii, Tsuneo Ono, Takeshi Kawano, Masahide Wakita, Lisa A. Miller, Akihoko Murata, Ken-ichi Sasaki, James Christian and Robert M. Keyyes
S14 (POC/TCODE)8488Toshiya NakanoPoster Recent slowdown of wintertime oceanic pCO2 increase in the western North Pacific: Relationship to variation in the subtropical gyreToshiya NAKANO, Takashi MIDORIKAWA, Tomoyuki KITAMURA, Yusuke TAKATANI, Kazutaka ENYO, Masao ISHII, Hisayuki Y. INOUEyes
S14 (POC/TCODE)8373Baodong WangWithdrawalREP-1Shift in salinity regions of maximum phytoplankton biomass in the Changjiang River plume: Impacts of the Three Gorges Dam?Baodong Wangno, cancel poster yes
BIO Paper8586Hidefumi FujiokaOral Early life cycle of Neocalanus plumchrus and Neocalanus flemingeri in the Oyashio region, western north PacificHidefumi Fujioka, Atsushi Tsuda and Ryuji J. Machidayes
BIO Paper8507C. Tracy ShawOral Effects of environmental changes on the euphausiids Euphausia pacifica and Thysanoessa spinifera in the coastal upwelling zone off the Oregon Coast, USAC. Tracy Shaw, Leah R. Feinberg, William T. Petersonif approved
BIO Paper8808Robert M. SuryanOral Effects of environmental variation on diets and stable isotope signatures of a piscivorous seabird in a coastal upwelling systemRobert M. Suryan and Amanda J. Gladicsyes
BIO Paper8672John R. BowerOral Egg brooding in a gonatid squid off the Shiretoko Peninsula, Hokkaido, JapanJohn R. Bower, Katsunori Seki, Tsunemi Kubodera, Jun Yamamoto, and Takahiro Nobetsuyes
BIO Paper8553Yuichiro NishibeOral Feeding of oncaeid copepods on discarded appendicularian housesYuichiro Nishibe, Kazutaka Takahashi, Tadafumi Ichikawa, Kiyotaka Hidaka, Hiroaki Kurogi, Kyohei Segawa, Hiroaki Saitoyes
BIO Paper8580Yongjiu XuOral Interannual variation of jellyfish (Nemopilema nomurai ) abundance and magnitude, and timing of phytoplankton bloom in the Yellow and East China Seas Yongjiu Xu,Joji Ishizaka,Hisashi Yamaguchiyes
BIO Paper8497Rui SaitoOral Interannual variations in zooplankton community in the Alaskan Stream region during the summer of 2004-2010Rui Saito, Atsushi Yamaguchi, Hiromichi Ueno, Hiroji Onishi and Ichiro Imaiyes
BIO Paper8444Peter A. ThompsonOralREP-1Investigating the recruitment failure of Australia’s western rock lobster (Panulirus cygnus).Peter A. Thompson, Anya Waite, Lynnath Beckleyyes
BIO Paper8719Andrew W. TritesOral Is it food? A comparative analysis of increasing and decreasing populations of thick-billed murres, black-legged kittiwakes and northern fur seals in the eastern Bering SeaAndrew W. Trites, E. Atwood, C. Barger, B. Battaile, K. Benoit-Bird, I.Dorresteijn, S. Heppell, B. Hoover, D. Irons, N. Jones, A. Kitaysky, K. Kuletz, C. Nordstrom, R. Paredes, H. Renner, D. Roby, and R. Youngyes
BIO Paper8349Vjacheslav S. LabayOral Long-term variability of sublittoral macrobenthos of the Sakhalin’s shelf of Tatar Strait (Sea of Japan)Vjacheslav S. Labayyes
BIO Paper8709Koji HamasakiOral Microbial control of jellyfish larval settlementKoji Hamasaki, Akiko Tomaru, Akito Taniguchi, Yuya Tada, Yasuyuki Nogata, Haruto Ishii 
BIO Paper8724Minkyung ShinOral Population dynamics of Oithona similis off Busan, South KoreaMinkyung Shin, Wongyu Park and Jungwha Choiyes
BIO Paper8631Oh Youn KwonOral Size-fractionated phytoplankton biomass and species composition in the Yellow Sea: A comparison of different latitudes in spring and summer.Oh Youn Kwon, Jung-Hoon Kang, Kyun-Woo Lee, Woong-Seo Kim, and Jin Hwan Lee yes
BIO Paper8417Jarrod A SantoraOral Spatial ecology of krill, micronekton and top predators in the central California Current: implications for defining ecologically important areas Jarrod A. Santora, John C. Field, Isaac D. Schroeder, Keith M. Sakuma, Brian K. Wells, William J. Sydemanyes
BIO Paper8665Akash R. SastriOral Spatial patterns of zooplankton community productivity and functional trait diversity in the Bering and Chukchi Seas.Akash R. Sastri, R. John Nelson, and Beatrix E. Beisneryes
BIO Paper8652Tabitha Cheng Yee HuiOral Spatial, temporal and dietary overlap between harbour seals and fisheries in Erimo, Japan: conflict at sea?Tabitha Cheng Yee Hui, Yumi Kobayashi, Yoko Mitani, Kei Fujii, Kei Hayashi and Kazushi Miyashitayes
BIO Paper8796Harold P. BatchelderOral Spatial-temporal patterns of residence-time, transport and connectivity among near-shore marine reserves on the Oregon shelf from particle-tracking using inputs from multiple physical modelsHarold P. Batchelderyes
BIO Paper8816george l. hunt, Jr.Oral The composition and distribution of seabird communities across the southeastern Bering Sea ShelfGeorge L. Hunt, Jr., Martin Renner, and Kathy Kuletzyes
BIO Paper8606Corinne PomerleauPoster A comparative study of sound production in two marine environments monitored by the NEPTUNE Canada undersea observatory networkCorinne Pomerleau, Francis Juanes, Rodney Rountree and Kate Moranyes, move to poster
BIO Paper8729Hironori HigashiPoster A numerical study on predominance of dinoflagellate on the central continental shelf of East China SeaHironori Higashi, Hiroshi Koshikawa, Wang Qinxue, Motoyuki Mizuochi, Toru Hasegawa, Yoko Kiyomoto, Kou Nishiuchi, Kazumaro Okamura, Hiroaki Sasaki, Yasushi Gomi, Hideki Akiyama, Kunio Kohata and Shogo Murakamiyes
BIO Paper8446Kyun-Woo LeePoster Acute and chronic toxicity study of the water accommodated fraction (WAF) and chemically enhanced WAF (CEWAF) of crude oil in the rock pool copepod Tigriopus japonicusKyun-Woo Lee, Chang Kyu Joo, Jung-Hoon Kang, Oh-Yoon Kown, Won Joon Shim 
BIO Paper8620Naoya KannaPoster Bioavailability of sea ice-derived iron for phytoplankton growthNaoya Kanna, Koji Suzuki, Aiko Murayama and Jun Nishiokayes
BIO Paper8491Vladimir P. KorchaginPoster Bioconversion algae biomass into bioethanol by using homogenate from marine invertebrate digestive organsVladimir P. Korchagin, Olda Grunina, Alexander Dubov, Olga N. Vakulenko yes
BIO Paper8617William J. SydemanPoster Canyonlands: krill “hotspots” of the northern California CurrentWilliam J. Sydeman, Jarrod A. Santora, Jason Hassrick, Marcel Losekoot, Sean Hayes and William T. Petersonyes
BIO Paper8668Sayaka SogawaPoster Carbon and nitrogen isotope ratios of euphausiids in the northwestern PacificSayaka Sogawa (nee Matsumura), Hiroya Sugisaki and Tomohiko Kikuchiyes
BIO Paper8494Rie NakamuraPoster Comparison of seasonal changes in the mesozooplankton community between the subtropical and subarctic North Pacific Ocean[Rie Nakamura, Toru Kobari, Kazuyuki Tanabe, Minoru Kitamura and Makio C. Honda]yes
BIO Paper8722Toru KobariPoster Comparisons of fecal pellet characteristics in the surface layers between the subarctic and subtropical North Pacific OceanToru Kobari, Keisuke Unno, Haruka Nagafuku, Hajime Kawakami, Minoru Kitamura and Makio C. Hondayes
BIO Paper8654Natsuko NakayamaPoster Contribution of HcRNAV viruses against Heterocapsa circularisquama bloom by inoculating frozen sedimentNatsuko Nakayama, Shinichi Kondo, Reiko Nakao, Yasuhiro Shima, Naotsugu Hata, Yuji Tomaru, Masami Hamaguchi, Keizo Nagasaki and Shigeru Itakura 
BIO Paper8817Shinichi WatanabePoster Daily and seasonal activity patterns of horseshoe crabs in the Kasaoka bay estuary, Seto-Inland Sea, JapanShinichi Watanabe, Satoshi Morinobu, Norimichi Soujiyes
BIO Paper8593Hirotada MokiPoster Development of a new ocean carbon cycle model for the Japan SeaHirotada Moki, Akira Okuno and Tatsuro Watanabeyes
BIO Paper8576Kiyotaka HidakaPoster Distribution of calanoid copepods of the genus Paracalanus around the Izu Ridge, south of Japan, and extent of ‘island mass effect’ in the region.Kiyotaka Hidaka, Takumi Nonomura, Kosei Komatsu, Sachihiko Itoh, Ichiro Yasuda , Tohru Ikeya and Shingo Kimurayes
BIO Paper8479Colleague on behalf of Ludmila S. BelanPoster Distribution of Macrozoobenthos in pipeline route at the Lunskoye field (NE Sakhalin Island Shelf) Ludmila S. Belan, Tatyana Belan, Boris Borisov, Alexander Moshchenko, Tatyana Konovalova no
BIO Paper8815Oleg N. KatuginPoster Distribution patterns of the common squid (Todarodes pacificus) in the Russian EEZ in 2009-2011Konstantin A. Karyakin, Alexander A. Nikitin and Oleg N. Katuginyes
BIO Paper8350Yuji TomaruPoster Diversities of diatom viruses isolated from Japanese coastal watersYuji Tomaru and Yoshitake Takao 
BIO Paper8482Seung Ho BaekPoster Effects of chemically enhanced water-accommodated fraction of Iranian Heavy Crude oil on periphytic microbial communities in microcosm experimentSeung Ho Baek, Moon Ho Shon and Won Joon Shimyes
BIO Paper8439Young-Ok KimPoster Effects of oil pollution on attached microbial communities in short term indoor microcosmsYoung-Ok Kim, Seung Won Jung and Eun-Sun Leeyes
BIO Paper8353Katugin or Dakus on behalf od Anastasia S. DolganovaPoster Far eastern seas benthos and its investigation in TINRO-centre (2002-2012)Anastasia S. Dolganova no
BIO Paper8673John R. BowerPoster Movement of diamond squid in the Sea of Japan revealed using pop-up satellite tagsJohn R. Bower, Yusuke Okude, Tetsuya Nishikawa, and Kazutaka Miyaharayes
BIO Paper8680Shinji ShimodePoster Ontogenetic vertical migration of two tropical-subtropical copepods, Rhincalanus nasutus and Rhincalanus rostrifrons, in the northwestern Pacific Ocean: Implication for a variety of life history strategies of Rhincalanus.Shinji Shimode, Kazutaka Takahashi and Atsushi Tsudayes
BIO Paper8378Toru KobariPoster Seasonal changes in abundance, stage composition and depth distribution of Neocalanus copepods in the Western Subarctic GyreToru Kobari, Minoru Kitamura and Makio C. Hondayes
BIO Paper8427Chiyuki SassaPoster Seasonal occurrence of mesopelagic fish larvae in the onshore side of the Kuroshio off southern JapanChiyuki Sassa and Yuichi Hirotayes
BIO Paper8440Seung Won JungPoster Stronger impact of dispersant plus crude oil on natural plankton assemblages in short-term marine mesocosmsSeung Won Jung1, Oh Youn Kown2, Changkyu Joo3, Jung-Hoon Kang2, Moonkoo Kim3, Won Joon Shim3, Young-Ok Kim2 
BIO Paper8547Liudmila DolmatovaPoster Temporal variations in activities of antioxidant enzymes in coelomic fluid of the holothurian Eupentacta fraudatrix in Alexeev Bay (Peter the Great bay), Sea of JapanLiudmila Dolmatova, Olga Zaika no, by colleague
BIO Paper8607Corinne PomerleauPoster The Two Ocean Networks Canada (ONC) undersea observatory networks: NEPTUNE Canada and VENUSKate Moran, S. Kim Juniper and Corinne Pomerleauyes
BIO Paper8671Yoshiyuki AbePoster Variability in assimilation efficiency of copepod Neocalanus cristatus: effect of foodYoshiyuki Abe, Masafumi Natsuike, Kohei Matsuno, Atsushi Yamaguchi and Ichiro Imaiyes
BIO Paper8730Jingfeng FanWithdrawal Bacterial communities of the sea surface microlayer in the Northern Yellow Sea in ChinaJingfeng Fan, Xiaohui Wang and Hongxia Mingno, cancel poster yes
BIO Paper8448Elena DulepovaWithdrawal Carrying capacity of the Okhotsk Sea pelagic ecosystem Elena Dulepova, Vladimir Dulepovdid not confirm, poster was not present yes
BIO Paper8739Shinichi WatanabeWithdrawal Daily and seasonal activity patterns of horseshoe crabs in the Kasaoka bay estuary, Seto-Inland Sea, JapanShinichi Watanabe, Satoshi Morinobu, Norimichi Soujiyes-duplicate of 8817 yes
BIO Paper8819John F PiattWithdrawal How much food is enough? The challenge in maintaining an adequate forage base for marine bird and mammal predators in a naturally variable environmentJohn F Piattno, withdraw oral yes
BIO Paper8744Lijun WangWithdrawal Marine species introduced and it’s impacts in China seasLijun Wangposter was not present yes
BIO Paper8738Yuri V. Prikhodko,Withdrawal Seafood safety on pesticides as a problem of Russian fish marketYuri V. Prikhodko, Vasiliy Yu. Tsygankov, Margarita D. Boyarova poster was not present yes
BIO Paper8447Oh Youn KwonWithdrawal Vertical distribution of phytoplankton composition and biomass in two different latitudes in the Yellow Sea, Korea Oh Youn Kwon, Woong-Seo Kim, Jung-Hoon Kang, Kyun-Woo Lee and Jin Hwan Lee delete this poster yes
FIS Paper8661Yongjun TianOral A comparison of fish community and trophic structure from three current ecosystems around Japan: synchronies, differences and environmental forcingYongjun Tian, Kazuhisa Uchikawa and Yuji Ueda yes
FIS Paper8508Steven J. BarbeauxOral A novel approach for estimating location and scale-specific fishing exploitation rates of eastern Bering Sea walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) Steven J. Barbeaux, John Horne and Jim Ianelliyes
FIS Paper8432Jacquelynne KingOral Age, growth and maturity estimates of spotted ratfish (Hydrolagus colliei) in British ColumbiaJacquelynne R. King and Romney P. McPhieyes
FIS Paper8781Alan C. HaynieOral Climate change and fisher behavior in the Bering Sea pollock trawl and Pacific cod longline fisheriesAlan C. Haynie and Lisa Pfeifferyes
FIS Paper8348Gordon H. KruseOral Demographic and risk analyses of spiny dogfish in the Gulf of AlaskaCindy A. Tribuzio and Gordon H. Kruseyes
FIS Paper8426Chiyuki SassaOral Distribution, growth, and mortality of larval jack mackerel Trachurus japonicus in the southern East China Sea in response to habitat conditionsChiyuki Sassa, Motomitsu Takahashi, Kou Nishiuchi and Youichi Tsukamotyes
FIS Paper8334Osamu TamaruOral Fishery income fluctuation by changing vessel speed from harbor to the fishing ground, in the Japanese coastal squid jigging fisheryOsamu Tamaru, Kazushi Miyashita, Nobuo Kimura, Yasuzumi Fujimori, Toshihiro Watanabe, Hideo Takahara and Teisuke Miurayes
FIS Paper8694Kai ZhangOral Growth and survival of juvenile Japanese anchovy Engraulis japonicus in Kuroshio-Oyashio transitional regions in 2010Kai Zhang, Yoshiro Watanabe, Hiroshi Kubota, Atsushi Kawabata and Tomohiko Kawamurayes
FIS Paper8833Pavel ChernyshkovOral Interannual variability of large-scale hydrometeorological processes in the northern parts of the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans and their probable impact on the commercial fish migrationsPavel Chernyshkovyes
FIS Paper8325S.V. PrantsOralREPLagrangian coherent structures in the ocean favourable for fishing groundS.V. Prants, M.V. Budyansky and M.Yu. Uleyskyyes
FIS Paper8501Xun ZhangOral Spatial modeling on potential fishing zone of Japanese common squid in the coastal water, southwestern Hokkaido, JapanXun Zhang, Sei-Ichi Saitoh and Toru Hirawakeyes
FIS Paper8481Peng SunOral Study on changes in fish phenotypic traits induced by trawl selectivity Peng Sun, Zhenlin Liang,Liuyi Huang, Xin Heyes
FIS Paper8469Jeffrey PolovinaOral Understanding ecosystem dynamics in the central North Pacific pelagic ecosystem from a size-based perspectiveJeffrey Polovina and Phoebe Woodworth-Jefcoatsyes
FIS Paper8749Hiroshi KurodaPoster A numerical study on fishing ground formation of “shirasu” based on the Kuroshio submesoscale model, south of JapanHiroshi Kuroda, Takashi Setou, Kazuhiro Aoki, Yoshitsugu Hagiwara and Hiroko Akabaneyes
FIS Paper8557Ming-Ming ZhangPoster Age and growth of the catfish Pelteobagrus fulvidraco in Goe-san Lake, KoreaMing-Ming Zhang, Chul-Woong Oh, Wan-Ok Lee and Kyung-Jun Song 
FIS Paper8779Atsushi TawaPoster High dispersal to the open ocean in moray eel larvae: early life history estimated from ocean-wide distribution patternsAtsushi Tawa, Taku Yoshimura and Noritaka Mochiokayes
FIS Paper8844Hideki NakanoPoster International Scientific Committee for Tuna and Tuna-like Species in the North Pacific OceanHideki Nakano 
FIS Paper8453Chul-Woong OhPoster Population structure and reproductive biology of the lake prawn Palaemon paucidens (Caridea, Palaemonidae) from Goesan Lake, KoreaIndah Puspitasari, Chul-Woong Oh 
FIS Paper8387Alexei M. OrlovPoster Preliminary results of the study of sablefish population structure within the Russian waters using DNA-markersSvetlana Yu. Kordicheva, Alexei M. Orlov, Pavel K. Afanasiev, Eugeny G. Shaikhaevyes
FIS Paper8836Graham E. GillespiePoster Program to assess the conservation status of the Olympia oyster, Ostrea lurida, in CanadaGraham E. Gillespie, Tammy Norgard, Sean MacConnachie, Lily Stanton and Jessica Finneyyes
FIS Paper8323Pavel Mikheev Poster Relations of pacific salmons and residential fish in the Amur River basinPavel Mikheevyes
FIS Paper8556Ming-Ming ZhangPoster Reproductive biology of the largemouth bass, Micropterussalmoidesfrom Goe-san Lake, KoreaMing-Ming Zhang, Chul-Woong Oh, Wan-Ok Lee and Kyung-Jun Song 
FIS Paper8413Yu-xue QinPoster Spatiotemporal change in carbon and nitrogen stable isotope of chum salmon with the developmental stage Yu-xue Qin, Ryo Koyama, Yosuke Kosino, Hideaki Kudo, Shigehiko Urawa, and Masahide Kaeriyamayes
FIS Paper8813Ustinova on behalf of Michail KuznetsovPoster The problem of underwater vessel noise influence on fish behaviour and method of its reductionMichail Kuznetsov no, change to poster
FIS Paper8404Wen-Bin HuangPoster The spatio-temporal pattern of Pacific saury Cololabis saira abundance in the Northwestern PacificWen-Bin Huang, Chih-Shin Chen and Wei-Ting Hsuyes
FIS Paper8693Youjung KwonWithdrawal A study on the ecosystem-based assessment and management system in Korean watersYoujung Kwon and Chang Ik Zhangno, change to poster yes
FIS Paper8512O. Lukyanova on behalf of Oleg IvanovWithdrawal Nekton’s species structure of the Far East Seas and adjacent waters of the Pacific Ocean in 1980-2009Oleg Ivanovno yes
FIS Paper8437Eugene V. SamkoWithdrawal Role of warm anticyclonic eddy at Hokkaido (North-West Pacific) in formation of saury fishing groundsEugene V. Samko and Nafanail V. Bulatovno, change to poster yes
POC Paper8613Michael ForemanOral An update on the IOS regional climate model for the British Columbia continental shelfMichael Foreman, Wendy Callendar, Diane Masson, John Morrison, and Isaak Fainyes
POC Paper8531Vadim NavrotskyOral Biological effects of internal waves in coastal watersVadim Navrotsky, Elena Pavlovayes
POC Paper8736Fangli QiaoOral Comparison between vertical shear mixing and surface wave-induced mixing in the extra-tropical oceanFangli Qiao, Chuanjiang Huangyes
POC Paper8567Hiroyuki TsujinoOral Effects of large scale wind variation on Kuroshio path south of Japan in a 60-year historical GCM simulationHiroyuki Tsujino, Shiro Nishikawa, Kei Sakamoto, Norihisa Usui, Hideyuki Nakano, and Goro Yamanakayes
POC Paper8443Natalia RudykhOral Far Eastern segment of the Unified State System of Information on the World Ocean (ESIMO)Evgeny Vyazilov, Evgeny Uraevsky, Igor Rostov, Natalia Rudykh, Vladimir Rostov, Elena Dmitrieva, Andrey Golikyes
POC Paper8562Yohei TakanoOral High-frequency variability of dissolved oxygen in the subpolar North PacificYohei Takano, Taka Ito and Curtis Deutschyes
POC Paper8346Viktor I.KuzinOral Influence of the interannual variations of Siberian rivers discharge on redistribution of freshwater in Arctic OceanViktor I.Kuzin, Gennady A.Platov, Elena N.Golubevayes
POC Paper8423Olga Trusenkova Oral Intraseasonal SST oscillations in the Japan/East SeaOlga Trusenkova yes
POC Paper8424Aigo TakeshigeOral Long-term trends in seawater temperature in Omura Bay, JapanAigo Takeshige, Tetsuya Takahashi, Hideaki Nakata and Shingo Kimurayes
POC Paper8415Rong-shuo CAIOral Modeling the East China Sea Cold Eddy responses to inter-decadal climatic jump of East Asian monsoon around 1976/1977Jun-pen ZHANG and Rong-shuo CAIyes
POC Paper8778Jae-Hun ParkOral Near 13-day Barotropic Ocean Response to the Atmospheric Forcing in the North PacificJae-Hun Park, Hanna Na, D. Randolph Watts, Kathleen A. Donohue, and Ho Jin Leeyes
POC Paper8486Masanori KondaOral Ocean mixing layer variation as indicated by the measurement of the dissipation ratio in the Kuroshio Extension regionMasanori Konda, Tamami Ono, Kazuyuki Uehara, Kunio Kutsuwada, Osamu Tsukamoto, Fumiyoshi Kondo and Naoto Iwasakayes
POC Paper8538Andrey G. AndreevOral Origin of the mesoscale eddies and year-to-year changes of the chlorophyll-a concentration in the Kuril Basin of the Okhotsk SeaAndrey G. Andreev and Igor A. Zhabin yes
POC Paper8735Young-Gyu ParkOral The effects of geothermal heating on the East Sea circulationYoung-Gyu Park, Jae-Hun Park, Ho Jin Lee, Hong Sik Min, and Seon-Dong Kimyes
POC Paper8575Keiichi YamazakiOral Time variations of large amplitude near-inertial internal waves induced by typhoon observed around Tango Peninsula, Japan.Keiichi Yamazaki, Yujiro Kitade, Yosuke Igeta, Tatsuro Watanabeyes
POC Paper8344Makoto KashiwaiOral TσV analysis on watermass process in the Sea of Okhotsk Makoto Kashiwaiyes
POC Paper8746Takahiro TanakaOral Vertical turbulent iron flux sustains the Green Belt along the shelf break in the southeastern Bering Sea Takahiro Tanaka, Ichiro Yasuda, Kenshi Kuma and Jun Nishiokayes
POC Paper8369Natalia RudykhPoster Components of marine nature management information support in the Far Eastern region of RussiaIgor D. Rostov, Vladimir Rostov, Natalia Rudykh, Elena Dmitrieva and Andrey Golikyes
POC Paper8748Hiroshi KurodaPosterREP-4Hindcast experiment for the Okhotsk Sea using sea-ice-coupled Regional Ocean Modeling SystemHiroshi Kuroda, Daisuke Takahashi, Takashi Setou, Tomonori Azumaya and Humio Mitsuderayes
POC Paper8771Tatsuro WatanabePosterREP-3Interannual variation in the volume transport through the Sado Strait in the Japan SeaTatsuro Watanabe and Koji Kakinokiyes
POC Paper8535Yosuke IgetaPosterREP-6Strong coastal currents associated with winter monsoon around the Noto Peninsula, Japan Yosuke Igeta, Tatsuro Watanabe, Akira Okuno and Naoto Hondayes
POC Paper8678Sachihiko ItohPosterREP-2Strong vertical mixing in the Urup Strait, Kuril IslandsSachihiko Itoh, Ichiro Yasuda, Masahiro Yagi, Satoshi Osafune, Hitoshi Kaneko, Jun Nishioka, Takeshi Nakatsuka, and Yuri N. Volkov yes
POC Paper8521Valentina V. MorozPoster The Kuril Island area thermohaline structure forming peculiarity and the climate changeValentina V. Morozyes
POC Paper8408Valentina V. MorozPosterREP-5Tides in the thermohaline structure peculiarity forming in the Pacific arcs Straits and the adjacent areasValentina V. Morozyes
POC Paper8727Liping YinWithdrawal Observation and simulation of Continental Shelf Waves in the East China SeaLiping Yin, Fangli Qiaoyes, cancelled yes
POC Paper8655Olga Igorevna TrinkoWithdrawal The influence of cumulative cabbeling effect to the North Pacific Intermediate Water salinity minimum and the forthcoming climatic trendsTalgat R. Kilmatov, Olga I. Trinkono, cancel oral yes
POC Paper8324Meng XiaWithdrawalREP-1Understanding nearshore circulation using a couple lake scale and nearshore wave-current coupled model Meng Xiano, withdraw poster yes
W1 (BIO)8513Natalie C. BanInvited Combining stressor information – Experiences from Canada’s Pacific waters and Australia’s Great Barrier ReefNatalie C. Ban, Stephen S. Ban, Hussein M. Alidinayes
W1 (BIO)8431Jennifer BoldtOral An overview of IndiSeas2: evaluating the status of marine ecosystems in a changing worldJennifer Boldt, Alida Bundy, Caihong Fu, Lynne Shannon, and Yunne Shinyes, if approved
W1 (BIO)8472Olga N. LukyanovaOral Bioindicators of multiple stressors interaction in the North-Eastern shelf of Sakhalin Island (Sea of Okhotsk)Olga N. Lukyanova1,2, Elena V. Zhuravel2,3, Sergey A. Cherkashin1, Denis N. Chulchekov1, Viktor A. Nadtochyi1 and Olga V. Podgurskaya3yes
W1 (BIO)8638Stephani G ZadorOral Developing indicator-based ecosystem assessments for diverse marine ecosystems in AlaskaStephani Zador, Kirstin Holsman, Sarah Gaichas, Kerim Aydinyes
W1 (BIO)8505Elliott L . HazenOral Ecosystem indicators for the California Current: A Quantitative Approach Towards Indicator DevelopmentElliott Hazen, Jameal Samhouri, Isaac Schroeder, Brian Wells, Steven Bograd, David G. Foley, Nick Tolmieri, Phil Levin, Greg Williams, Kelly Andrews, Sam McClatchie, Bill Peterson, Jay Peterson, Jessica Redfern, John Field, Ric Brodeur, Kurt Freshyes
W1 (BIO)8515David L. MackasOral Mapping ocean indicators and indices onto underlying processes and mechanismsDavid L. Mackas   yes
W1 (BIO)8806Jameal F. SamhouriOral Much ado about everything: comparison of expert-based vulnerability assessments for coastal habitats along the U.S. west coastJameal F. Samhouriyes
W1 (BIO)8548Nadezhda L. AseevaOral Reconstructions of flounder community on the shelf of West Kamchatka (Okhotsk Sea) under influence of environmental changes and interspecies relationships Nadezhda L. Aseevano, move to poster
W1 (BIO)8451Christopher Mulanda AuraOral Spatio-temporal model for mariculture suitability of Japanese scallop (Mizuhopecten yessoensis) in Funka and Mutsu Bays, Japan.Christopher Mulanda Aura, Sei-Ichi Saitoh, Yang Liu and Toru Hirawake.yes
GP (General Poster)8610Steven J. BogradPoster An update on CeNCOOS, the Central and Northern California Ocean Observing SystemLeslie K. Rosenfeld and Steven J. Bogradyes
GP (General Poster)8775Ken DRINKWATERPoster Contributions from the IMBER “Data Management Committee” to the scientific challenges of the changing marine ecosystemsBernard AVRIL, Ken DRINKWATER, Alberto PIOLA and IMBER DMC membersyes
GP (General Poster)8774Ken DRINKWATERPoster Contributions from the IMBER “Human Dimensions Working Group” to the effects of anthropogenic stressors in marine ecosystemsBernard AVRIL, Ken DRINKWATER, Alida BUNDY and IMBER HDWG membersyes
GP (General Poster)8776Kei SakamotoPoster Development of a high-resolution Japanese coastal ocean model toward operational monitoring and forecastingKei Sakamoto, Hiroyuki Tsujino, Hideyuki Nakano, Mikitoshi Hirabara and Goro Yamanakayes
GP (General Poster)8712Yosuke KoshinoPoster Difference with transporting patterns of MDN from salmon to the riparian ecosystems caused by structure and function of river systemYosuke Koshino, Yuxue Qin, Ryo Koyama, Hideaki Kudo and Masahide Kaeriyamayes
GP (General Poster)8484Min-Chul Jang Poster Distribution of calanoid copepod eggs in seabed sediments of Masan Bay, KoreaMin-Chul Jang and Kyoungsoon Shin 
GP (General Poster)8794Ryoichi YamanakaPoster Effect of Mussel Ecology on Organic-carbon Deposition around Seawalls in Osaka BayRyoichi Yamanaka, Yasunori Kozuki and Machi Miyoshiyes
GP (General Poster)8528Chul-Min KoPoster Effect of preceding and adjacent typhoons on the intensity and track prediction of typhoon in the western North PacificChul-Min Ko, Il-Ju Moon, Chan Joo Jangyes
GP (General Poster)8585Shizuka,K.Poster Effects of the severe disturbance on the running upstream, growth and maturation of Ayu Plecoglossus altivelis altivelis in the Natori and Hirose Rivers, Northeastern Japan.Shizuka,K., Ito,K., Sasaki,K. and Katayama,S.(Tohoku Univ.), Kazuhiro,Y.(Miyagi Prefecture Fisheries Technology Institute)yes
GP (General Poster)8478Naoto HirakawaPoster Great East Japan Earthquake effects on coastal fishing grounds of Iwaki City, Fukushima, JapanNaoto Hirakawa, Toshihiro Wada, Ikuo Matsumoto, Tadashi Tokai, Seiji Akiyama, Keiichi Uchida, Yoshinori Miyamoto, Hisayuki Arakawa and Seiichi Takedayes
GP (General Poster)8504Kyoungsoon ShinPoster Interannual and seasonal changes in zooplankton community in a monsoonal coastal bayKyoungsoon Shin, Min-Chul Jang1 and Keun-Hyung Choiyes
GP (General Poster)8425Anna V. DakusPoster Intraspecific genetic variation among spawning aggregations of the Pacific herring (Clupea pallasii) from the Okhotsk Sea.Anna V. Dakus, Denis S. Kurnosov , Helen V. Kashchenko, Sergey D. Ponomarevyes
GP (General Poster)8591Yutaka OkumuraPoster Mass Balance of Dioxins from Pesticides in Sendai Bay, JapanYutaka Okumura, Shigeho Kakehi and Yoh Yamashitayes
GP (General Poster)8726Won Joon ShimPoster Occurrence and distribution of microplastics in surface bulk water and microlayer in southern coast of South KoreaYoung Kyung Song, Nak Won Heo, Mi Jang, Sang Hee Hong, Gi Myung Han, Won Joon Shimyes
GP (General Poster)8784Sang Hee HongPoster Organic micropollutants in plastic resin pellets from sand beaches of South KoreaSang Hee Hong, Gi Myung Han, Nak Won Heo, Young Kyung Song, Mi Jang,and Won Joon Shimyes
GP (General Poster)8582Ahreum KimPoster Population dynamics of Kuro Shrimp Argis lar from the East Sea of KoreaYoungseok Seo, Hyemin Park, Ahreum Kim, Hojin Bae, Jungyeon Kim, Sangyeop Lee and Chulwoong Ohyes
GP (General Poster)8644Yumi KobayashiPoster Population trends of the Kuril harbor seal Phoca vitulina stejnegeri from 1974 to 2011 in southeastern Hokkaido, Japan Y Kobayashi,K Fujii,J Chishima,T Kariya,K Wada,T Itoo,T Nakaoka,M Kawashima,S Saito,S Yabuta,N Aoki,S Hayama,S Baba,K Hayashi S Tsutsumi,M Kobayashi,Y Osa,H Osada,A Niizuma, K Yoshida,T Saisuu, N Matsuda, M Suzuki, Y Uekane, N Ohtaishi and Y Sakurai yes
GP (General Poster)8801Minwoo KimPoster Projected sea level change in the North Pacific Ocean based on IPCC AR4 A1B ScenarioMinwoo Kim, Cheol-Ho Kim, Jang Chan Jooyes
GP (General Poster)8475Yoshiharu NemotoPoster Radioactive substance effects on marine products in Fukushima PrefectureYoshiharu Nemoto, Shinya Shimamura, Satoshi Igarashiyes
GP (General Poster)8599Jung-Hoon KangPoster Range expansion of calanoid copepod Acartia hongi known as endemic species to the coastal waters of the Yellow SeaJung-Hoon Kang, Kyu Hee Cho, Kyun-Woo Lee and Woong-Seo Kimyes
GP (General Poster)8522Hiroki Asami Poster Seasonal and annual fluctuations in the abundance and biomass of Neocalanus plumchrus in Japan Sea off northern Hokkaido Hiroki Asami and Takahiro Takashimayes
GP (General Poster)8683SeHan LimPoster Seasonal variability of the mixed layer depth in the East Sea(Japan Sea)SeHan Lim, Chan Joo Jang, Im Sang Oh, JongJin Park, Ki Young Leeyes
GP (General Poster)8751Yuko Takigawa Poster Significance of the Krusenstern expedition to Japan in the early 19th century: its contribution to the development of ichthyology from biological and historical perspectives.Yuko Takigawa and Tetsuo Yoshinoyes
GP (General Poster)8725Won Joon ShimPoster Spatiotemporal distribution of meso- and micro-plastics on a sand beach in South KoreaNak Won Heo, Gi Myung Han, Sang Hee Hong, Sun Wook Hong and Jong Myung Lee,Won Joon Shim yes
GP (General Poster)8460Kazuhiko MochidaPoster Testicular toxicity of an antifouling biocide 4,5-dichloro-2-n-octyl-3(2H)-isothiazolone (Sea-Nine 211) to the marine teleost mummichog Fundulus heteroclitusMana Ito, Kazuhiko Mochida, Katsutoshi Ito, Toshimitsu Onduka and Kazunori Fujiiyes
GP (General Poster)8805Yutaka HiroePoster The distribution and the seasonal variability of the nutrient on the O-line (138E-line)Yutaka Hiroe, Tadafumi Ichikawa, Akihiro Shiomoto, Tomowo Watanabe, Ichiro Yasuda and Kosei Komatsu 
GP (General Poster)8837Denis V. KotsyukPoster The Effects of Dams on Fish Biology in the Amur River BasinDenis V. Kotsyuk 
GP (General Poster)8541Takashi IwasakiPoster Tohoku Tsunami effects on Matsukawa-ura Lagoon, Fukushima, JapanTakashi Iwasaki, Kyoichi Kamiyama, Kazuyoshi Takasaki, Kunihiro Wakui and Satoshi Igarashi yes
GP (General Poster)8846S. Taguchi's studentWithdrawal N:P ratios controlling the growth of the marine dinoflagellate Alexandrium tamarense: Content and composition of paralytic shellfish poisonS. Taguchi's studentposter was not present yes
GP (General Poster)8737Jie XiaoWithdrawal Phylogeographic study of the parasitic dinoflagellate Hematodinium spp. using novel molecular markersJie Xiao, Hamish Small, Kimberly Reeceno,cancel poster yes
GP (General Poster)8485Hyoung Sum HanWithdrawal Population dynamics of Archaeomysis vulgaris (Crustacea: Mysidacea) after Hebei spirit oil spill accidentHyoung Sum Han, Chae Woo Ma  yes
GP (General Poster)8760Lijian ShiWithdrawal Sea ice classification using polarimetric information and texture features of RADARSAT-2 quad-polarization dataLijian Shi, Qimao Wang and Bin Zouno, cancel poster yes
GP (General Poster)8791Takashi KikuchiWithdrawal The Pacific Arctic Group (PAG): A Pacific perspective on Arctic scienceJacqueline M. Grebmeier and Takashi Kikuchiyes yes
GP (General Poster)8358Yoshiyuki AbeWithdrawal Variability in assimilation efficiency of copepod Neocalanus cristatus: effect of foodYoshiyuki Abe, Masafumi Natsuike, Kohei Matsuno, Atsushi Yamaguchi and Ichiro Imaino cancel yes
GP (General Poster)8847S. Taguchi's studentWithdrawal Wind driven occurrence of dinoflgaellate in a shallow coastal waterS. Taguchi's studentposter was not present yes
W2 (BIO)8355Lidia YebraInvited Biochemical indices of zooplankton productionLidia Yebrayes
W2 (BIO)8734Ruben EscribanoOral Can temperature-dependent growth be used to measure secondary production of copepods in coastal upwelling systems?Ruben Escribano, Pamela Hidalgoyes
W2 (BIO)8354Yasuhide NakamuraOral Characteristics of zooplankton community in the Japan Sea: biomass, stable isotope ratio and dominant taxaYasuhide Nakamura, Atsushi Yamaguchi and Noritoshi Suzukiyes
W2 (BIO)8666Akash R. SastriOral Chitobiase-based measurements of crustacean zooplankton community biomass production rates: Method development and application in the NE subarctic PacificAkash R. Sastriyes
W2 (BIO)8764Hyung-Ku KangOral Secondary production of Acartia steueri and A. omorii (Copepoda: Calanoida) in a small bay, southeastern coast of Korea: the growth rate approachHyung-Ku Kangyes
W2 (BIO)8733Hidalgo PamelaOralREP-2The importance of rapid development to produce more biomass on a year cycle: comparing some copepod species from the Humboldt CurrentPamela Hidalgo and Ruben Escribanoyes, move to oral
W2 (BIO)8686Bill PetersonOral Use egg production of adult female copepods as a measure of secondary productionWilliam Peterson, Jay Peterson, and Jennifer Fisher yes
W2 (BIO)8363Lidia YebraPoster AARS activity and RNA/DNA ratio as proxies for growth and fitness of Oithona davisae early developmental stagesLidia Yebra, Elisa Berdalet, Rodrigo Almeda, Verónica Pérez, Albert Calbet and Enric Saizyes
W2 (BIO)8499Lidia YebraPoster Application of biochemical tools to assess zooplankton metabolism in the coastal North Alboran Sea (SW Mediterranean)Lidia Yebra, Sébastien Putzeys, Dolores Cortés, Ana Luisa Da Cruz, Francisco Gómez, Pablo León, Jesús M. Mercado and Soluna Sallesyes
W2 (BIO)8790Julie E. KeisterPoster Assessing copepod growth rates using the Modified Moult Rate MethodAndrew G. Hirst, Julie E. Keister, and numerous contibutorsyes, move back to poster
W2 (BIO)8377Toru KobariPosterREP-1Nucleic acids and protein contents as proxies for protein-specific growth of Artemia salinaToru Kobari, Shigeki Kori and Haruko Moriyes
W2 (BIO)8454Sachi MiyakePosterREP-3Nucleic acids and protein contents as proxies for starvation of marine copepodsSachi Miyake and Toru Kobariyes
W3 (BIO)8466Yutaka WatanukiOral Diet study of seabirds breeding in JapanYutaka Watanukiyes
W3 (BIO)8762Kaoru HattoriOral Food habits of pinnipeds in the Japanese waters: A review.Kaoru Hattori, Yoko Goto, Mari Kobayashi and Orio Yamamurayes
W3 (BIO)8669Tsutomu TamuraOral Prey consumptions and feeding habits of three baleen whale species in the western North Pacific Tsutomu Tamura and Kenji Konishiyes
W3 (BIO)8818George HuntOral Seabird numbers, days of occupancy, and prey habits in the Gulf of Alaska and the eastern Bering SeaGeorge L. Hunt, Jr., Martin Renner, Kathy Kuletz, Gary Drew and John Piattyes
W3 (BIO)8368Sayaka NakatsukaOral The food composition of Laysan and Black-footed Albatrosses in the North Pacific from 2010 to 2011Sayaka Nakatsuka, Daisuke Ochi, Yukiko Inoue, Kotaro Yokawa, Hiroshi Ohizumi, Yasuaki Niizuma, Hiroshi Minamiyes
W3 (BIO)8823OlsonWithdrawal Data availability for estimating prey consumption by large pelagic fishes, particularly tunas, in the PICES regionRobert J. Olsonno, cancel invited, medical problem yes
W4 (ESSAS/PICES)8646Ichiro ImaiInvited Abundant distribution of diatom resting stage cells in bottom sediments of Bering Sea and Chuckchi Sea: Possible seed populations for bloomsIchiro Imai, Chiko Tsukazaki, Kohei Matsuno, Ken-Ichiro Ishii and Atsushi Yamaguchi yes
W4 (ESSAS/PICES)8525Eiji WatanabeInvited Biological hot spots emerging along the pathway of Pacific summer water in the western Beaufort SeaEiji Watanabe, Michio J. Kishi, Akio Ishida, Maki N. Aita, Takeshi Teruiyes
W4 (ESSAS/PICES)8396Seth DanielsonInvited The Bering shelf circulation and its role in Pacific-Arctic exchangesSeth Danielson, Tom Weingartner, Knut Aagaard, Kate Hedstrom, Enrique Curchitser, Jinlun Zhang and Rebecca Woodgateyes
W4 (ESSAS/PICES)8743Yasunori SakuraiOral A comparison of reproductive characteristics and strategies between walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) and Arctic cod (Boreogadus saida)Yasunori Sakurai, HaeKyun Yoo and Jun Yamamotoyes
W4 (ESSAS/PICES)8339Atsushi YamaguchiOral Interannual changes in the zooplankton community structure on the southeastern Bering Sea shelf and Chukchi Sea during summers of 1991–2009Atsushi Yamaguchi, Rie Ohashi, Kohei Matsuno, Ichiro Imaiyes
W4 (ESSAS/PICES)8640Kenneth F. DrinkwaterOral On the role of advection on the interaction between the Arctic and Subarctic seas: Comparing the Atlantic and Pacific Sectors Kenneth F. Drinkwateryes
W5 (BIO)8418Jarrod A SantoraOral Spatial and temporal coherence between empirical and modeled zooplankton distribution within the California Current EcosystemJarrod A. Santora, William J. Sydeman, Monique Messié, Fei Chai, Sarah Ann Thompson, Brian K. Wells, Francisco P. Chavezyes
W4 (ESSAS/PICES)8433George HuntOral The Barents and Chukchi Seas: Comparison of two Arctic shelf ecosystems George Hunt, Arny Blanchard, Peter Boveng, Padmini Dalpadado, Kenneth Drinkwater, Lisa Eisner, Russ Hopcrofb, Kit Kovacs, Brenda Norcross, Paul Renaud, Marit Reigstad, Martin Renner, Hein Rune Skjoldal, Andy Whitehouse, Rebecca A.Woodgate yes
W4 (ESSAS/PICES)8793Jacqueline M. GrebmeierOral The Distributed Biological Observatory (DBO): A change detection array in the Pacific Arctic region Jacqueline M. Grebmeieryes
W4 (ESSAS/PICES)8624Franz J MueterOral The roles of temperature, abundance and advection in modifying the spatial dynamics of groundfish at the Subarctic-Arctic boundary in the eastern Bering SeaFranz J. Mueter Mike A. Litzow Seth L. Danielson Paul D. Spencer Robert R. Lauthyes
W4 (ESSAS/PICES)8723Zhongyong GaoPoster Comparison of decadal changes in the carbon sink and potential responses to climate change in the Taiwan Strait, Bering Sea and bipolar regionsZhongyong Gao, Heng Sun, Liqi Chen, and Fan Zhangyes
W4 (ESSAS/PICES)8792Jacqueline M. GrebmeierWithdrawal The Pacific Arctic Group (PAG): A Pacific perspective on Arctic scienceJacqueline M. Grebmeier and Takashi Kikuchiyes yes
W6 (MEQ)8406Sanae ChibaInvited Contrast of the lower trophic level responses to climatic forcing over the eastern and western North PacificSanae Chibayes
W6 (MEQ)8687Bill PetersonInvited The potential influence of local physical forcing (factors related to coastal upwelling) and basin-scale forcing (factors related to ENSO and the PDO) on harmful algal bloom in the Oregon upwelling zone William Petersonyes
W6 (MEQ)8614Svetlana EsenkulovaOral Bloom dynamics of Heterosigma akashiwo in coastal waters of British Columbia (BC), Canada in 2007 and 2011; data from the Harmful Algae Monitoring Program Svetlana Esenkulova, Nicola Haigh.yes
W6 (MEQ)8537Tatiana OrlovaOral Cases of HABs in 2007 and 2011 in Peter the Great Bay (East/Japan Sea), Russia Tatiana Orlova, Olga Shevchenko, Inna Stonik , Vladimir M.Shulkinyes
W6 (MEQ)8476Takashi KamiyamaOral Effects of the tsunami by the Great East Japan Earthquake on distribution of Alexandrium cysts and risk of PSP occurrence in Tohoku coastal areas in JapanTakashi Kamiyama, Hiroyuki Yamauchi, Shinnosuke Kaga, Satoshi Nagai and Mineo Yamaguchi yes
W6 (MEQ)8697Ruixiang LiOral Harmful Algal Blooms in Coastal Water of China in 2011Ruixiang Li,Mingyuan Zhu , Zongling Wang yes
W6 (MEQ)8754Chang-Hoon Kim Oral Monitoring and development of PSP toxins in the south coast of KoreaChang-Hoon Kim and Ji Hoe Kim 
W6 (MEQ)8340Tatsuya OdaPoster Evaluation of toxic potential of newly isolated Chattonella antiqua, by laboratory exposure experiments and micro-bioassay using cultured cells.Junya Tomita, Tomoki Nishiguchi, Motoaki Yagi, Daekyung Kim, and Tatsuya Odayes
W6 (MEQ)8520Feng-ao LinWithdrawal High-incidence HABs species in China Coastal Waters and the forewarning method based on the HABs Risk IndexFeng-ao Lin, Hao Guo, Yongjian Liu, Daoyan Xu, Xingwang Lu  yes
W6 (MEQ)8347Hao GuoWithdrawal Red Tide Survey and Information System in Dalian PortHao Guo, Xiao-man Xu,Xia Li  yes
W6 (MEQ)8785Lijian ShiWithdrawal The application of multi-sensor to Red tide monitoring over the Yellow SeaLijian Shi, Bin Zou, Qimao Wang and Maohua Guono, cancel poster yes
W7 (SCOR/PICES)8704William K.W. LiInvited An ecological status report for phytoplankton and microbial plankton in the North Atlantic and adjacent seasWilliam K.W. Li, Todd D. O’Brien, and Xosé Anxelu G. Morányes
W7 (SCOR/PICES)8759Kedong YinOral Anthropogenic influence on phytoplankton community structure: long time series data analysis in Hong Kong coastal watersKedong Yin1,2, Paul J. Harrison3 yes
W7 (SCOR/PICES)8715N RamaiahOral Anthropogenic influences on phytoplankton compositional variability in coastal waters N Ramaiahyes
W7 (SCOR/PICES)8551Yury I. ZuenkoOral Conditions of phytoplankton blooms at Primorye coast (Japan/East Sea) and year-to-year change of their timing Yury I. Zuenkoyes
W7 (SCOR/PICES)8787Todd D. O'BrienOral COPEPODITE: An online toolkit for plankton time series analysis and visualizationTodd D. O'Brienyes
W7 (SCOR/PICES)8602Jacob CarstensenOral The phytoplankton composition across the world’s coastal ecosystems Jacob Carstensen, Hans W. Paerl and James E. Cloernyes
W7 (SCOR/PICES)8341Hyeon Ho ShinPoster Dinoflagellate cyst production and flux in Gamak Bay: A sediment trap studyHyeon Ho Shin, Jong Sick Park, Young-Ok Kim, Seung Ho Baek, Dhongil Lim and Yang Ho Yoon yes
W7 (SCOR/PICES)8713Inna V. StonikPoster Population dynamics and toxicity of the diatom species of the genus Pseudo-nitzschia in Peter the Great Bay, the northwestern part of the Sea of JapanInna V. Stonik, Tatiana Yu. Orlovayes
W7 (SCOR/PICES)8500Lidia YebraPoster Time variability of the taxonomical composition and the physiological performance of diatom-dominated assemblages in an area affected by coastal upwellingDolores Cortés, Ana Luisa Da Cruz, Francisco Gómez, Pablo León, Jesús M. Mercado, Sébastien Putzeys, Iria Sala, Soluna Salles and Lidia Yebrayes
W7 (SCOR/PICES)8741Ah-Ra KoPoster Understanding seasonal variation of the source of particulate organic matter in relationship with plankton community in the estuary of Sumjin River, KoreaAh-Ra Ko, Se-Jong Ju, Ho Young Soh and Kyoungsoon Shinyes
W7 (SCOR/PICES)8769Juyun LeeWithdrawal Different growth pattern of Heterosigma akashiwo with salinity and micronutrients gradient by geologyJuyun Lee, Jun-mo Lee, Mirinae Kim, Man Changno, cancel poster yes
W7 (SCOR/PICES)8767Juyun LeeWithdrawal Phytoplankton composition under low temperature period at East Sea in KoreaJuyun Lee, Mirinae Kim, Jun-mo Lee, Man Changno, cancel poster yes
W7 (SCOR/PICES)8768Juyun LeeWithdrawal The evaluation for the fast cell division with non-uniform cell cyclesJuyun Lee, Jun-mo Lee, Mirinae Kim, Man Changno, cancel poster yes
W8 (FIS)8822Seinen ChowOral Discovery of mature freshwater eels in the spawning area and remarks on the oceanic migrationSeinen Chow, Toshihiro Yamamoto, Hiroaki Kurogi, Makoto Okazaki and Tomoo Watanabeyes
W8 (FIS)8841Ruizhang GuanOral Ecology and annual recruitment levels of Japanese eel in continent ChinaRuizhang Guan 
W8 (FIS)8842Hiroaki KurogiOral Ecology and annual recruitment levels of Japanese eel in JapanHiroaki Kurogi 
W8 (FIS)8682Tae Won LeeOral Ecology and recruitment of Japanese eel in KoreaTae Won Leeyes
W8 (FIS)8839Kazuo UchidaOral Life history of Japanese eel (review)Kazuo Uchida 
W8 (FIS)8843Tatsu KishidaOral Management measures for eel in EuropeTatsu Kishida1 and Kazuo Uchida2 
W8 (FIS)8840Tomowo WatanabeOral Oceanographic conditions in spawning ground and larvae transportation area of the Japanese eelDaisuke Ambe1, Makoto Okazaki1, Tomowo Watanabe1, Hiroaki Kurogi2 and Seinen Chow2 
W8 (FIS)8692Wann-Nian TzengOral Spatial and temporal variations of the recruitment level of Japanese eel (A. japonica) in TaiwanWann-Nian Tzeng and Yu-San Hanyes

SUMMARY (excluding withdrawn abstracts)
Number of Abstracts by Session

Session IDNumber of Abstracts
BIO-P45
FIS-P25
GP28
POC-P24
S127
S1013
S1120
S1210
S1310
S1422
S28
S331
S412
S520
S614
S727
S810
S911
W18
W212
W35
W410
W51
W68
W710
W88

Total Number of Abstracts
419


Information on Presentation Types by Session/Workshop:

SessionRequested Presentation TypeNumber of Papers
BIO-POral18
BIO-PPoster27
FIS-POral13
FIS-PPoster12
GPPoster28
POC-POral17
POC-PPoster7
S1Invited8
S1Oral7
S1Poster12
S10Invited1
S10Oral5
S10Poster7
S11Invited5
S11Oral9
S11Poster6
S12Invited1
S12Oral7
S12Poster2
S13Invited1
S13Oral8
S13Poster1
S14Invited3
S14Oral14
S14Poster5
S2Invited3
S2Oral4
S2Poster1
S3Invited5
S3Oral13
S3Poster13
S4Invited1
S4Oral9
S4Poster2
S5Invited2
S5Oral13
S5Poster5
S6Invited5
S6Oral5
S6Poster4
S7Invited3
S7Oral14
S7Poster10
S8Invited1
S8Oral8
S8Poster1
S9Invited2
S9Oral6
S9Poster3
W1Invited1
W1Oral7
W2Invited1
W2Oral6
W2Poster5
W3Oral5
W4Invited3
W4Oral6
W4Poster1
W5Oral1
W6Invited2
W6Oral5
W6Poster1
W7Invited1
W7Oral5
W7Poster4
W8Oral8

Abstracts by Session and by Country:

Country/RegionSession IDNumber of Abstracts
AustraliaBIO-P1
AustraliaS101
AustraliaS41
AustraliaW11
CanadaBIO-P5
CanadaFIS-P2
CanadaPOC-P1
CanadaS12
CanadaS101
CanadaS111
CanadaS131
CanadaS142
CanadaS21
CanadaS32
CanadaS41
CanadaS62
CanadaS72
CanadaW11
CanadaW21
CanadaW61
CanadaW71
ChileW22
China, PRBIO-P1
China, PRFIS-P1
China, PRPOC-P2
China, PRS13
China, PRS101
China, PRS142
China, PRS31
China, PRS91
China, PRW41
China, PRW61
China, PRW71
China, PRW81
Chinese-TaipeiFIS-P1
Chinese-TaipeiS71
Chinese-TaipeiW81
Cook IslandsS21
DenmarkS71
DenmarkW71
FranceS73
GermanyS31
IndiaW71
IrelandS72
JapanBIO-P21
JapanFIS-P9
JapanGP13
JapanPOC-P10
JapanS15
JapanS106
JapanS1114
JapanS126
JapanS135
JapanS147
JapanS23
JapanS38
JapanS42
JapanS56
JapanS65
JapanS710
JapanS87
JapanS95
JapanW11
JapanW23
JapanW34
JapanW44
JapanW63
JapanW85
Korea, RBIO-P6
Korea, RFIS-P3
Korea, RGP10
Korea, RPOC-P2
Korea, RS13
Korea, RS101
Korea, RS131
Korea, RS22
Korea, RS34
Korea, RS51
Korea, RS61
Korea, RS81
Korea, RS94
Korea, RW21
Korea, RW61
Korea, RW72
Korea, RW81
MalaysiaS71
NorwayGP2
NorwayS131
NorwayS31
NorwayW41
RussiaBIO-P6
RussiaFIS-P5
RussiaGP2
RussiaPOC-P8
RussiaS17
RussiaS102
RussiaS131
RussiaS21
RussiaS38
RussiaS43
RussiaS59
RussiaS65
RussiaS91
RussiaW12
RussiaW61
RussiaW72
SpainS141
SpainW23
SpainW71
ThailandS131
The NetherlandsS11
U.S.A.BIO-P5
U.S.A.FIS-P4
U.S.A.GP1
U.S.A.POC-P1
U.S.A.S16
U.S.A.S101
U.S.A.S114
U.S.A.S124
U.S.A.S148
U.S.A.S36
U.S.A.S45
U.S.A.S54
U.S.A.S76
U.S.A.S82
U.S.A.W13
U.S.A.W22
U.S.A.W31
U.S.A.W44
U.S.A.W51
U.S.A.W61
U.S.A.W71
United KingdomS111
United KingdomS142
United KingdomS61
United KingdomS71