UPDATES Feb. 3, 2015 There will be only one poster session/reception.
The poster session/reception on March 25 is cancelled. Feb. 4, 2015 Symposium Dinner is moved from March 26 to March 25. Feb. 19, 2015 Modified W1 shedule.
Saturday, March 21
Sunday, March 22
Monday, March 23
Keynote Speaker Chris Field (Carnegie Institution for Science, CA, USA)
Mapping the problem space and the opportunity space
Plenary Speaker (S4) Arne Biastoch (GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Germany)
The potential of nested ocean modeling
Plenary Speaker (S5) Margareth Copertino (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, Brazil)
Blue carbon ecosystems from South America: The role on carbon sequestration and mitigation of climate changes
Plenary Speaker (S6) Lynda Chambers (Bureau of Meteorology, Phillip Island Nature Parks, Australia)
Phenology responses of southern marine species to climate: impacts and adaptation options
[Point 44 chopperia]
Tuesday, March 24
Plenary Speaker (S1) Paulo H.R. Calil (Institute of Oceanography, Rio Grande, Brazil)
Multi-scale physical-biological interactions in the Ocean - The importance of submesoscale processes
Plenary Speaker (S10) Patrick Lehodey (Space Oceanography Division, CLS, France)
Forecasting climate change impacts on large pelagic fish populations and fisheries: Progress, uncertainties and research needs
Plenary Speaker (S12) Laura Richards (North Pacific Marine Science Organization)
Looking back to go forward: Do past management actions foreshadow management responses to climate change?
Plenary Speaker (S2) Jean Pierre Gattuso (Laboratoire d'Océanographie de Villefranche, CNRS and
Université Pierre et Marie Curie-Paris, France)
Ocean acidification: Knowns, unknowns and perspectives
Plenary Speaker (S8) Lisa Levin (Center for Marine Biodiversity and Conservation,
Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego)
Biodiversity consequences of climate change in the deep ocean
Plenary Speaker (S11) Eddie Allison (School of Marine and Environmental Affairs, University of Washington, USA)
From climate physics to coastal people: What do we know about climate change and its potential impacts on coastal populations?
Symposium Dinner (moved from March 26)
Thursday, March 26
S11-Day 2 (cancelled)
S11-Day 2 (cancelled)
Friday, March 27
Plenary Speaker (S3) Micha Rijkenberg (Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research,
Bio-essential and pollutant trace metals in a changing Atlantic Ocean
Plenary Speaker (S7) Philip Munday (ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies/School of Marine and Tropical Biology, James Cook University, Australia)
Predicting evolutionary responses to climate change in the sea: progress and challenges
Plenary Speaker (S9) Coleen Moloney (University of Cape Town, South Africa) Going nowhere or moving on: How do changes in species distribution impact marine food webs?