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Session 6. FIS/BIOTopic Session
Observations of ecosystem mixing under climate change

Co-Convenors: Sanae Chiba (Japan), John Field (U.S.A), Jin-Yeong Kim (Korea), Franz Mueter (U.S.A.) and Laura Richards (Canada)

As the ocean environment changes, we expect species to respond by changing their distribution. Species could expand into habitats newly made available to them and avoid or shrink their abundance in habitats that are no longer viable. Because species respond to these environmental changes at different rates, previously isolated species now interact. We coin the term "ecosystem mixing" to describe the pulling apart and re-mixing of ecosystems and species interactions in a changing environment. For example, Humboldt squid, expanded their range northward along the west coast of North America in 2009, encountering new prey species, potentially including important stocks of juvenile salmon. In this session, we consider the consequences of ecosystem mixing. Papers are invited that describe case studies of ecosystem mixing from a physical, biological and/or socio-economic perspective, especially as they impact the predators and/or prey of key species (such as those important for fishery harvests). Selected oral and poster presentations will be considered for publication in a peer-reviewed journal.

 
Thursday, October 28, 2010
 

Hjálmar Hátún (Invited)
Large-scale shifts in the North Atlantic bio-geography forced by the subpolar gyre (S6-6628)
(pdf, 2.7 Mb)

 

Jürgen Alheit and Carola Wagner
Impact of Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation (AMO) on NE Atlantic ecosystems (S6-6843)
(waiting for permission)

 

Lorenzo Ciannelli and Mary Hunsicker (Invited)
Predator-prey spatial distribution patterns and spatial overlap in relation to climate driven environmental variability (S6-6593)
(pdf, 1.5 Mb)

 

Jin Yeong Kim, Heeyong Kim and Il Su Choi
Variation in occurrence of warm and cold water species in response to climate changes off Korea (S6-6827)
(waiting for permission)

 

Robinson Mugo, Sei-Ichi Saitoh, Akira Nihira, Tadaaki Kuroyama, Takahiro Toyoda, Shuhei Masuda, Hiromichi Igarashi, Toshiyuki Awaji and Yoichi Ishikawa
Potential impact of global warming on skipjack tuna habitat in the western North Pacific (S6-6635)
(waiting for permission)

 

Luke D. Whitman, Neal E. McIntosh, Scott A. Heppell and Kelly J. Benoit-Bird
Variation in the distribution and energy density of juvenile walleye pollock in the southeastern Bering Sea (S6-6513)
(waiting for permission)

 
William Gilly and Unai Markaida (Invited)
Adaptability and plasticity of Humboldt squid, Dosidicus gigas, in conjunction with environmental perturbation (S6-6832)
(waiting for permission)
 
John C. Field, Ken A. Baltz, William Matsubu, Graham E. Gillespie, Julia S. Stewart, William F. Gilly and William A. Walker
Foraging ecology of the Humboldt squid in the California Current (S6-6787)
(permission to post denied, contact presenter)
 
Gregory Kowalke, David L. Mackas and Julie Keister
Do circulation patterns make the eastern North Pacific especially susceptible to zoogeographic shifts? (S6-6791)
(permission to post denied, contact presenter)
 
Vladimir Kulik
The role of mesopelagic fishes in ecosystem vertical mixing in the north western Pacific (S6-6860)
(pdf, 0.5 Mb)
 
Trond Kristiansen, Charles Stock, Ken Drinkwater and Enrique N. Curchitser
Effects of climate change on the phenology of spring blooms and consequences for the survival of larval cod (S6-6559)
(pdf, 1.7 Mb)
 
Alexei I. Pinchuk and Kenneth O. Coyle
Emergence of the Arctic hyperiid Themisto libellula on the southeastern Bering Sea shelf as a result of the recent cooling and their potential impact on pelagic food web (S6-6573)
(pdf, 0.6 Mb)
 
Sonia Batten and Anthony Walne
Variability in northwards extension of warm water copepods in the NE Pacific (S6-6564)
(pdf, 0.9 Mb)
 
Harald Loeng, Hjálmar Hátún, Jens Christian Holst, Mark Payne and Aril Slotte
The rise and fall of the northern blue whiting stock (S6-6532)
(pdf, 1 Mb)
 
Aimee Keller, Victor Simon, W. Waldo Wakefield, Keith Bosley, M. Elizabeth Clarke, John A. Barth and Stephen D. Pierce
Expansion and shoaling of the oxygen minimum zone off the U.S. west coast in relation to demersal fish distribution and biomass (S6-6814)
(pdf, 1.7 Mb)
 
Rong-shuo Cai, Hongjian Tan, Qing-liang Yang and Ji-long Chen
The response of sea surface temperature in the offshore area of China to variations in the East Asian Monsoon under global warming and its marine ecological effects (S6-6507)
(pdf, 2 Mb)
 
 
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