Submitted Abstracts

2014 FUTURE Open Science Meeting
April 15-18, Kohala Coast, Big Island, Hawaii, USA

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SessionPaper IDPresenterRequested Type of PresentationPotential ReplacementAbstract TitleAuthorsAttendance ConfirmationWithdrawals
S19333Isabelle RomboutsInvited Integrative approaches to assess marine ecosystem healthIsabelle Rombouts and Grégory Beaugrandyes
S19358SamhouriOral 1
HOW MUCH CITY IS TOO MUCH CITY? DIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONS ALONG AN URBAN GRADIENT IN PUGET SOUNDJameal F. Samhouri, A. Ole Shelton, Greg Williams, Blake Feist, Krista Bartz, Mindi Sheer, Phil S. Levinyes
S19393Gen, Del RayeOral Challenges for peak aerobic metabolism in the future oceans: the effect of multiple climate variables on exercise performance in a model teleost fishGen Del Raye, Kevin C. Wengyes
S19306Cathryn Clarke MurrayOral Current and future cumulative effects of human activities on the Northeast Pacific with climate change and industrial developmentCathryn Clarke Murray, Selina Agbayani, and Natalie Banyes
S19302Jennifer BoldtOral Development of ecosystem indicators to characterize ecosystem responses to multiple stressors Jennifer Boldt, Ik Kyo Chung, Sachihiko Itoh, Rebecca Martone, Ian Perry, Jameal Samhouri, and Naoki Yoshie?
S19383Motomitsu TakahashiOral Ecosystem responses to anthropogenic activities and natural stressors among inland, shelf and oceanic waters in the western North PacificMotomitsu Takahashi, Sachihiko Itoh, Naoki Yoshie, Kazuhiko Mochida, Masakazu Hori, Shigeru Itakura and Mingyuan Zhuyes
S19406Sukgeun JungOral Fishing vs. climate change: an example of filefish (Thamnaconus modestus) in the northern East China SeaSukgeun Jungyes
S19413Nam-Il WonOral Freshwater input as multiple stressors on coastal ecosystems under a changing ocean: implication of possible mitigation effectNam-Il Won, Min-Gyu Ji, Young-Teck Hur and Jin-Hyeog Parkyes
S19300Rebecca G. MartoneOral Linking pathways of effects to assess cumulative impacts on ecosystem services: modeling effects of nutrient run-off on shellfish aquaculture in British Columbia, CARebecca G. Martone, Erin T.H. Crockett, Allison Thompson, and Kai M.A. Chan yes
S19307Ian PerryOral Multiple interacting natural pressures and human activities in North Pacific marine ecosystemsR. Ian Perry, Motomitsu Takahashi, Jameal Samhouri, Chang-Ik Zhang, Rebecca Martone, Jennifer Boldt, Baisong Chen, Stephani Zadoryes
S19327Vladimir V. KulikOral Multiplicative effect of SST variation during spawning period and 1 year after on the catches of walleye pollock 5 years later in the waters off the northeastern part of Sakhalin IslandVladimir V. Kulikyes
S19297Jeffrey PolovinaOral Projected responses of the central North Pacific subtropical ecosystem to future pressures of fishing and climate changeJeffrey Polovina and Phoebe Woodworth-Jefcoatsyes
S19321Stephani ZadorOral Red flags or red herrings revisited: Using ecosystem indicators to track ecosystem status in the Gulf of AlaskaStephani Zador and Heather Rennerno, Kirstin Holsman
S19349Kristin CiecielPoster Changes in jellyfish (Chrysaora melanaster) biomass and distribution in response to anomalous climate shifts in the Bering Sea.Cieciel, Kristin and Edward Farley Jr.no, change to poster
S19355Matthew BakerPoster Influence of environmental thresholds on species interactions and ecosystem structure in Northeast Pacific systemsMatthew R. Baker and Anne B. Hollowedyes, move to poster
S19310Xinfeng DaiPoster Newly recorded Karlodinium veneficum dinofalgellate blooms in stratified water of the East China SeaXinfeng Dai,Douding Lu,Weibing Guan,Hongxia Wang and Piaoxia Heyes
S19360Bin HANWithdrawal Impurity fingerprints for the identification of benzene seriesBin HAN , Junhui CHEN, Li ZHENG, Tao ZHOU, Xiaoru WANG no, cancel yes
S19343Alan C. HaynieWithdrawal Not just a march to the north: how climate variation affects the Bering Sea pollock trawl and Pacific cod longline fisheriesAlan C. Haynie and Lisa Pfeifferyes yes
S29373Arthur J. MillerInvited Isolating mesoscale coupled ocean-atmosphere interactions in the Kuroshio Extension regionArthur J. Miller, Dian Putrasahan and Hyodae Seoyes
S29354Takashi MochizukiInvited Regional information in decadal climate predictionTakashi Mochizuki, Masahiro Watanabe, Masahide Kimotoyes
S29313Michael ForemanInvited Regional ocean climate model projections and their ecosystem implications for British Columbia Michael Foreman, Wendy Callendar, Diane Masson, John Morrison, and Isaak Fainyes
S29379Angelica PenaOral A regional biogeochemical climate model for the British Columbia continental shelfAngelica Peña, Diane Masson, Mike Foremanyes
S29334Chan Joo JangOral Climate Change Projection for the western North Pacific: Dynamical DownscalingChan Joo Jang, Chul Min Ko, Chun Yong Jung 
S29357Francisco E. WernerOral Downscaled coupled bio-physical projections in the California Current Ecosystem Francisco E. Werner, Enrique N.. Curchitser, Frederic Castruccio, Gaelle Hervieux and Charles Stockyes
S29356Enrique CurchitserOral Downscaling climate simulations for boundary currents.Enrique Curchitser, Justin Small, William Large, Kate Hedstrom and Brian Kaufman 
S29371Fangli QiaoOral How to improve the forecasting ability of the North Pacific?Fangli Qiao, Zhenya Song, Chuanjiang Huang, Changshui Xia and Dejun Daiyes
S29293Jerome FiechterOral Impact of horizontal model resolution on air-sea CO2 exchange in the California CurrentJerome Fiechter, Enrique Curchitser, Christopher Edwards, Fei Chai, Nicole Goebel and Francisco Chavezyes
S29347Albert J. HermannOral Multiple realizations of future biophysical states in the Bering SeaAlbert J. Hermann, Georgina A. Gibson, Nicholas A. Bond, Enrique N. Curchitser, Kate Hedstrom, Wei Cheng, Muyin Wang, Phyllis J. Stabeno?
S29350Qi ShuPoster A global 1/10°eddy-resolving ocean-ice coupled modelQi Shu, Fangli QIAO and Zhenya SONGyes
S39348William T PetersonInvited Challenges in communicating science and engaging the public – a case study from the northern California CurrentWilliam Peterson, Jay Peterson,Jennifer Fisher and Cheryl Morganyes
S39402Satoquo SeinoInvited Multi-sectoral collaboration through coastal policy evolutionSatoquo Seinoyes
S39319Steven J. BarbeauxOral Broadening stakeholder involvement in fisheries research through the development of cooperative research initiatives in Korean fisheriesSteven J. Barbeaux, Jae Bong Leeyes
S39408Ekaterina P. KurilovaOral Challenges in communicating science and engaging public in Russia: Large country – different expectationsEkaterina P. Kurilovayes
S39376Joseph A. OrsiOral Challenges in communicating uncertainty of production and timing forecasts to salmon fishery managers and the publicJoseph A. Orsi and Phillip R. Mundyyes
S39394Eric C. VolkOral Effective engagement of stakeholders in designing and communicating science: The Western Alaska Salmon Stock Identification ProgramEric C. Volk, William D. Templin, Christopher Habicht and Andrew R. Munroyes
S39404Nobuyuki YagiOral Heterogeneities in human utility of marine ecosystem services and behavioral intentions for marine conservationNobuyuki Yagi, Kazumi Wakita, Yu Heng Lu and Robert Blasiakyes
S39400Shin-ichi ItoOral Oceanographic information needs of set net fishermen in the Pacific coast of northeastern Japan.Shin-ichi Ito and Harumi Yamadayes
S39415Chang-Ik ZhangOral Status of IFRAME as an approach for EAFChang-Ik Zhang1, Young-Il Seo2, Man-Woo Lee1, Sang-Chul Yoon2, Hee-Joong Kang1, and Eun-Ji Lee1 yes
S49292Amit KumarDeclined An investigation on credible strategy of Coral Reef Bleaching using Geospatial approach for Gulf of Kachchh Amit Kumar, Vandana Tomar and Pavan Kumarpaper not accepted yes
S49359Zhisong CuiDeclined Isolation and characterization of Cycloclasticus strains from Yellow Sea sediments and biodegradation of pyrene and fluoranthene by their syntrophic association with Marinobacter strainsZhisong Cui, Guangsu Xu, Wei Gao, Qian Li, Baijuan Yang, Guanpin Yang and Li Zhengpaper not accepted yes
S49312Ayu Lana NafisyahDeclined POTENTIAL OF BETEL LEAF EXTRACT (PIPER BETLE LINN) AS ANTICILLIATE PATHOGEN (ZOOTHAMNIUM SP.) ON THE SEED OF VANNAMEI SHRIMP (LITOPENAEUS VANNAMEI)Ayu Lana Nafisyah, Dyo Maliki Hakim and Suci Dwi Purnama Ataripaper not accepted yes
S49328Deborah K. SteinbergInvited Ecosystem comparison of trends in zooplankton community structure and role in biogeochemical cyclingDeborah K. Steinbergyes
S49317Douding LuOral Evolvement of HAB causative species and possible links during the past five decades in Chinese coastal watersDouding Lu and Xinfeng Daiyes
S49412Ichiro ImaiOral Long-term trends of red tides by eutrophication and toxic blooms by oligotrophication in the Seto Inland Sea of JapanIchiro Imai1, Masafumi Natsuike1, Keigo Yamamoto2, Tetsuya Nishikawa3 and Satoshi Nagaiyes
S49296Sonia BattenOral Lower Trophic Level Ecosystem Indicators from CPR dataSonia D Battenyes
S49324Sanae ChibaOral Oceanic currents dynamics and zooplankton diversity in the Kuroshio-Oyashio-Extension (KOE) RegionSanae Chiba, Sayaka Yasunaka, Tomoko Yoshiki, Hiroya Sugisaki, Sonia Batten, and Tadafumi Ichikawayes, will attend
S49298Haruka NishikawaOral Possible effects of global warming on the neon flying squid winter-spring cohortHaruka Nishikawa, Yoichi Ishikawa, Shiro Nishikawa, Toshiyuki Awajiyes
S49352Yongjun TianOral Regime shifts in the fish assemblages around Japan over the last century and their early warning signalsYongjun Tian, Xuhui Xie, Kazuhisa Uchikawa, Jürgen Alheit, Jiahua Cheng and Akira Tomosadayes
S49353Jon Kenton Tarsus BrodziakOral Understanding ecosystem productivity and predicting population resilience via steepnessJon Brodziak and Marc Mangelyes
S49378Hiroaki SaitoOral Wind off Hawaii and Fisheries in Japan: Expected Benefit from Marine Science to Society Hiroaki Saitoyes
S49330Suam KimPoster Prediction of the Spawning Ground of Todarodes pacificus under IPCC Climate A1B Scenario Jung Jin Kim, Suam Kim, Lee Joon-soo, Hong Sik Min and Cheol-Ho Kim 
S49311Ma'ruf KasimWithdrawal Change in Water Quality after Implementation of New Method in Seaweed CultivationMa'ruf Kasimcancel, did not confirm yes
S49372Andrey V. SuntsovWithdrawal Diversity and distribution of ichthyoplankton around Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands. Andrey Suntsovno, cancel yes
S49388Corinne PomerleauWithdrawal Functional trait diversity in zooplankton as a mean of detecting changes in community structure and functionCorinne Pomerleau, Akash R. Sastri, Beatrix E. Beisner and William J. Williamsno, cancel poster yes
S49325Alexandra TemnykhWithdrawal Increased impact of invaders and anthropogenic eutrophication on plankton community of the Black Sea under the influence of climate changeAlexandra Temnykh, Mikhail Silakovdid not confirm, cancel yes
S49337Vyacheslav LobanovWithdrawal NEAR-GOOS Cross-Basin Climate Monitoring Section: first results of a pilot projectVyacheslav Lobanov, Sho Hibino, Dmitriy Kaplunenko, Aleksandr Lazaryuk, Toshiya Nakano, Satoshi Ogawa and Pavel Tishchenkono, withdraw talk yes
S49331LOBANOVA V. PolinaWithdrawal Relationship between current space-temporal variability and distribution of primary production in the Okhotsk Sea based on satellite dataLOBANOVA V. Polina, FOUX R. Victorno, withdraw poster yes
S49303Polina SokolovaWithdrawal The Amur River flow and its influence on the structure and functioning of the ecosystem of the Amur estuaryPolina Sokolova, Tamara Ponomarevano, withdraw the poster yes
S59367Nathan MantuaInvited Causes and consequences of NE Pacific climate trends and variations from 1900-2012James Johnstone and Nathan Mantuayes
S59315Takamitsu ItoInvited Changing oxygen content of the Pacific basin: anthropogenic trend or natural variability?Takamitsu Ito, Yohei Takano, Curtis Deutsch and Athanasios Nenesyes
S59369Mat CollinsInvited Long Term Climate Change: Projections, Commitment and IrreversibilityMat Collinsyes
S59332Shin-ichi ItoOral A challenge to investigate environmental factors which determine spawning migration variability of small pelagic: an example of Pacific saury.Shin-ichi Ito, Sohsuke Ohno, Takeshi Okunishi, Satoshi Suyama, Masayasu Nakagami Daisuke Ambe and Takahiko Kamedayes
S59381Bo QiuOral A coupled decadal prediction of the Kuroshio Extension systemBo Qiu, Shuiming Chen, Niklas Schneider and Bunmei Taguchi yes
S59283Sung Yong KimOral A description of T/S and oxygen variability off southern California using regional- and global-scale climate indicesSung Yong Kim and Bruce Cornuelleyes
S59405Sukgeun JungOral Asynchronous responses of fish assemblages to climate-driven ocean regime shifts between the upper and deep layer in the Ulleung Basin of the East Sea from 1986 to 2010Sukgeun Jungyes
S59389Emanuele Di LorenzoOral Decadal prediction of hypoxia along the US West CoastMercedes Pozo Buil, Emanuele Di Lorenzo and Steven J. Bogradyes
S59299Andrey KrovninOral Role of North Atlantic climatic variability in recent North Pacific warmingAndrey Krovnin, Boris Kotenev and George Mouryyes
S59387Shoshiro MinobeOral Secular nutrient changes in observation and numerical modeling in the western North Pacific in the last 50-yearsShoshiro Minobe, Curtis Deutsch, Yutaka Hosoya, and Hartmut Frenzelyes
S59396Matthew NewmanOral The Pacific Decadal Oscillation, RevisitedMatthew Newman, Michael A. Alexander, and Dimitry Smirnovyes
S59374Arthur J. MillerOral The physical oceanographic environment of the southern California Current during past decade: Changes in climate and conceptsArthur J. Miller, Hajoon Song and Aneesh Subramanianyes
S59386Niklas SchneiderOral The role of spiciness in North Pacific Decadal VariabilityNiklas Schneider, Bunmei Taguchi yes
S59351Jingsong GuoPoster Formation mechanism of the Kuroshio Loop Current Jingsong Guo, Liping Yin,Yeli Yuan,and Binghuo Guoyes
S69385Elizabeth A. FultonInvited Exactly how resilient are ecosystems?Elizabeth A. Fultonyes
S79282Anil KumarDeclined BIOBLEACHING OF WOOD PULP USING PSEUDOMONAS STUTZERI: ELIMINATION OF THE CHOLORINATED COMPOUNDS BEFORE THEIR GENERATIONAnil Kumar, Rita Kumarpaper not accepted yes
S79392Jason S. LinkInvited Solutions for Marine Ecosystem-based Management in a Changing ClimateJason S. Linkyes
S79380Timothy E EssingtonOral Challenges and opportunities for understanding environmental controls on stock productivity: insights from a meta-analysis of the Northeast Pacific.Timothy E. Essington, Megan Stachura, Christine Stawitz, Trevor Branch, Melissa Haltuch, Anne Hollowed, Nate Mantua, Paul Spenceryes
S79309Samuel PooleyOral Distributed governance of marine ecosystemsSamuel Pooleyyes
S79345Kerim AydinOral Evaluating long-term climate predictions for the Bering Sea ecosystem using a suite of modeling approachesKerim Aydin, Ivonne Ortiz, Al Hermann, Georgina Gibson, and Andre Puntyes
S79301Paul D. SpencerOral Projected spatial distributions of eastern Bering Sea arrowtooth flounder under simulated climate scenarios, and their potential impact on predation and stock dynamics of walleye pollockPaul D. Spencer, Nick A. Bond, Anne B. Hollowed, Stephani Zador, Kirstin Holsman, and Franz J. Mueteryes
S79409Nicholas BondOral Projections of chub mackerel recruitment for incorporation in stock assessment modelsNicholas Bond, Sukyung Kang, Jae Bong Lee and Anne Hollowedyes
S79329Anne B. HollowedOral Setting biological reference points under a changing climateAnne B. Hollowed and Cody Szuwalskiyes
S79366KingOral Shifts in fisheries management: adapting to regime shiftsJacquelynne R. King, Gordon A. McFarlane, Andre E. Puntyes
S79410Manuel BarangeOral So what? How will climate change impacts on fisheries production differentially affect fisheries dependent communitiesManuel Barange1, J. Scholtens, E.H. Allison, G. Merino, J.L. Blanchard, J. Harle, J.I. Allen, J. Holt, S. Jenningsyes
S79304Kirstin K. HolsmanOral Using multi-species models to evaluate climate and trophic impacts on recommended harvest rates of groundfish in the Bering Sea, USA.Kirstin K. Holsman, Kerim Aydin, Jim Ianelli, and André Punt yes
S79414Jake Rice Oral What information is really needed to inform adaptation strategies to climate changeJake Rice yes
S79305JIANG FanPoster Arctic climate change and Arctic standardarWU Aina , JIANG Fan 
S79291Vandana TomarWithdrawal A Brief Study on Coral Reef and Geospatial Examination of the Intensity and Extent of Various Climatic Factors on Coral BleachingVandana Tomar, Amit Kumar and Pavan Kumarno, cancel yes
S79225Maria Rebecca A. CamposWithdrawal Economics of Adaptation to Climate Change of Sea Cucumber Fishers in the Philippines Maria Rebecca A. Camposyes, cancelled talk yes
S79344Villy ChristensenWithdrawal Global ocean scenarios: future pathways and impact on biodiversityVilly Christensen, Marta Coll, Marc Metian, William Cheung, Siwa Msangi and Rob Alkemadeno, cancel talk yes
S89417Patrick ChristieInvited Human dimensions research to improve science networks and marine resource management effectivenessPatrick Christie1, Richard Pollnac2yes
S89364Keith R. CriddleOral A review of similarities and differences in fisheries regulatory frameworks across PICES regionKeith R. Criddleyes
S89398Masahito HirotaOral A review of the human dimension indicators in the NPESR of JapanMasahito Hirotayes
S89416Jake RiceOral Adaptation to climate change requires resilience in governance as well as ecosystemsJake Riceyes
S89362Ron FelthovenOral Fishing community resilience and vulnerability to changing ecosystemsAmber Himes, Stephen Kasperski,yes
S89338Kristy WallmoOral Marine protected area designations off the U.S. west coast: mixed-use designs to optimize public economic valueKristy Wallmo, Rosemary Kosakayes
S89391Keith CriddleOral Preliminary analysis of trends in time series observations of human dimension indicator data for the North Pacific ecosystemKeith Criddle and Mitsutaku Makinoyes
S89322Minling PanOral The linkages between the Economic Performance Indicators and Ecosystem Status IndicatorsMinling Panyes
S89361BrinsonWithdrawal Balancing economic efficiency and equality in U.S. FisheriesAyeisha A. Brinson, Minling Panno, cancel yes
S89397Rashid SumailaWithdrawal Human dimension indicators of the North Pacific ecosystemRashid Sumailano, cancel yes
W19375William j. SydemanInvited Challenges and opportunities for assessment and attribution of climate change impacts on North Pacific seabirds William J. Sydeman, Sarah Ann Thompson, Julie A. Thayer, Mike Litzow, Marisol Garcia-Reyes, Jarrod A. Santora, Heather Renner, John F. Piatt, and Yutaka Watanuki yes
W19395Kevin C. WengInvited Fish Futures: Observation, Adaptation and Response to Climate ChangeKevin C. Weng, Gen Del Raye, Christina M. Comfort, Gadea Perez-Andujar and Danielle Garcia yes
W19286Jeffrey PolovinaInvited Loggerhead sea turtles and Hawaiian monk seals as sentinels of climate change in the central North PacificJeffrey Polovina, Jason Baker, George Balazs, and Denise Parkeryes
W19320Rachael OrbenOral Annual variation in habitat use of black-legged kittiwakes (Rissa tridactyla) wintering in the sub-arctic North Pacific. Rachael A. Orben, Rosana Paredes, Daniel D. Roby, Richard Phillips, David, B. Irons and Scott A. Shaffer yes
W19316Chandra GoetschOral Climate variability is linked to diet switching in a marine predator, the northern elephant seal (Mirounga angustirostrus)Chandra Goetsch, Melinda Conners, Yoko Mitani, William Walker, Samantha E. Simmons, Colleen Reichmuth, Suzanne Budge, Daniel P. Costayes
W19326Gadea Perez-AndujarOral Deep-water sharks: their ability to withstand hypoxic conditions provides hints on how animals may respond to climate changeGadea Perez-Andujar, Christina Comfort and Kevin Wengyes
W19370Robert SuryanOral Diet composition and isotopic signatures of sentinel species as indicators of climate changeRobert M. Suryan, Amanda J. Gladics, Julia K. Parrish, Elizabeth A. Daly, William T. Petersonyes
W19382Takashi YamamotoOral Spatial utilization of streaked shearwaters in the Northwestern PacificTakashi Yamamoto, Akinori Takahashi, Katsufumi Sato, Nariko Oka and Yutaka Watanukiyes
W19285Briana WitteveenOral Whales as sentinels in a changing marine environment in the Gulf of AlaskaBriana H. Witteveen Kate M. Wynne Lei Guoyes
W19365Di LorenzoWithdrawal A Filtering-Hypothesis to explain Climate Synchrony in Fish PopulationsEmanuele Di Lorenzo, Mark D. Ohman and Salvador Lluch-Cotacancelled talk yes
W29346Georgina A. GibsonInvited Ecosystem Modeling Predictions – How reliable are they?Georgina A. Gibsonyes
W29377Lee FailingInvited How decision science can improve the relevance of oceanographic research to managers and stakeholdersLee Failingyes
W29335Rowenna GrybaOral Evaluation of predictive habitat suitability: Using contemporary sightings and prey data to assess model assumptionsRowenna Gryba and Edward Gregryes
W29403William T PetersonOral Modelers: know thy fishWilliam T Petersonyes
W29342Kai M. A. ChanOral The problem isn’t uncertainty, but its monotypic treatmentKai M. A. Chan Edward J. Gregryes
W29341Edward J. GregrOral Uncertainty from observations to decision-making: what we know, what we assume, and what mattersEdward J. Gregr Kai M.A. Chan yes
W29401Shin-ichi ItoOral Uncertainty of fish growth projection caused by uncertainty of physical forcingShin-ichi Ito1, Takeshi Okunishi1, Michio J. Kishi2,3, Muyin Wangyes
W29294Gargi GuptaWithdrawal STUDY ON SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE AND CLIMATE CHANGE PARAMETER EFFECTS ON CORALS FROM REMOTE SENSING AND GIS TECHNIQUESGargi Gupta, Jyoti Singh, Pavan Kumarcancel, did not confirm yes
W39384Elizabeth A. FultonInvited Modelling changeElizabeth. A. Fulton, Penelope Johnson, Rebecca Gortonyes
W39407JI AllenInvited Towards a next generation marine ecosystem model.JI Allen, Y Artioli, J Blackford, J Bruggeman, L Polimene, S Sailleyyes
W39390Myron A. PeckOral Current status of integrated bio-physical, economic modeling approaches examining fish stocks in the North Sea: Some results from the EU VECTORS programMyron A. Peck1, Erik Buisman2, Momme Butenschön3, Jose A. Fernandes3, Marc Hufnagl1, Miranda C. Jones4, Alexander Kempf5, John K. Pinnegar4, Ana Queiros3, Sébastien Rochette6, Sarah Simons5, Lorna R. Teal7, Morgan Travers-Trolet6yes
W39336Alan C. HaynieOral FishSET: a spatial economics toolbox to better incorporate fisher behavior into fisheries management and ecosystem modelingAlan C. Haynieyes
W39339Villy ChristensenWithdrawal Ecological, Social and Economic Impacts of the Peruvian Fisheries: past, present, and future Villy Christensen, Santiago De la Puente, Juan Carlos Sueiro, Jorge Tam and Patricia Majlufno, cancel talk yes
W39295JYOTI SINGHWithdrawal Geospatial Approach for Monitoring the impact and extent of anthropogenic activities on the coastal ecosystem using remote sensing technology for sustainable developmentJYOTI SINGH, GARGI GUPTA, PAVAN KUMARcancel oral yes
W39290Pavan KumarWithdrawal Identification of Coral Reef Bleaching Warming using Climatology Parameter by Geospatial Techniques Pavan Kumar and Vandana Tomarcancel, did not confirm yes

SUMMARY (excluding withdrawn abstracts)
Number of Abstracts by Session

Session IDNumber of Abstracts
S116
S211
S39
S410
S514
S61
S712
S88
W19
W27
W34

Total Number of Abstracts
101


Information on Presentation Types by Session/Workshop:

SessionRequested Presentation TypeNumber of Papers
S1Invited1
S1Oral12
S1Poster3
S2Invited3
S2Oral7
S2Poster1
S3Invited2
S3Oral7
S4Invited1
S4Oral8
S4Poster1
S5Invited3
S5Oral10
S5Poster1
S6Invited1
S7Invited1
S7Oral10
S7Poster1
S8Invited1
S8Oral7
W1Invited3
W1Oral6
W2Invited2
W2Oral5
W3Invited2
W3Oral2

Abstracts by Session and by Country:

Country/RegionSession IDNumber of Abstracts
AustraliaS61
AustraliaW31
CanadaS13
CanadaS22
CanadaS41
CanadaS72
CanadaS81
CanadaW24
China, PRS11
China, PRS22
China, PRS41
China, PRS51
China, PRS71
FranceS11
GermanyW31
ItalyS71
JapanS11
JapanS21
JapanS33
JapanS45
JapanS52
JapanS81
JapanW11
JapanW21
Korea, RS12
Korea, RS21
Korea, RS31
Korea, RS41
Korea, RS52
RussiaS11
RussiaS31
RussiaS51
U.S.A.S17
U.S.A.S25
U.S.A.S34
U.S.A.S42
U.S.A.S57
U.S.A.S78
U.S.A.S86
U.S.A.W18
U.S.A.W22
U.S.A.W31
United KingdomS51
United KingdomW31