Comparative Studies of Climate Effects on Polar and Sub-Polar Ecosystems:
 Progress in Observation and Prediction
May 22-26, 2011, Seattle, WA, USA


It is anticipated that at least three special volumes will result from the ESSAS OSM. There will be a special volume of ICES Journal of Marine Science that will publish up to 30 refereed papers from the Symposium as a whole. In addition, Session 8, on "Interactions between gadoids and crustaceans: the roles of climate, predation, and fishing" is planning a special volume, as is Session 3 on "Modeling marine ecosystem dynamics in high latitude regions", and possibly Session 2, on "New observations and understanding of the eastern and western Bering Sea". It is hoped that the Convenors and participants in other sessions will explore the possibility of assembling special volumes, where appropriate. Participants interested in contributing to a special volume should contact the Convenors of the appropriate session to learn about plans for a special volume, if any, from that session.

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