Symposium Schedule (last update - April 7)  
May 19 S 4.2: Impacts on higher trophic levels
11:15 Introduction by Convenors
11:20 Keith Brander (Invited)
Predicting impacts of climate change on fisheries production
11:45 Michio J. Kishi (Invited)
What will happen on the stock of chum salmon, walleye pollack, and common squid in the Northern Pacific?
12:10 Adriaan D. Rijnsdorp 
Marine fish and fisheries in a changing climate
12:25 Yury I. Zuenko
Impacts of climate shifts in late XX Century on zooplankton and fishery resources in the Japan Sea
12:40 Jan-Olaf Meynecke
Effect of climate change on estuarine fish production in Queensland, Australia
12:55 Myron A. Peck
Larval fish physiology and individual-based models: Exploring climate impacts on early life stages of key species
13:10  Lunch
14:30 Frode B. Vikebø
Temperature, light and food mediated growth for larval cod (Gadus Morhua) at latitudinal extremes: A comparative study between the NW Atlantic and Norwegian Sea ecosystems
14:45 Ralf van Hal
Variability in environmental factors affecting the recruitment of fish species in the North East Atlantic
15:00 Jürgen Alheit
Impact of climate variability on small pelagic fishes in Atlantic and Pacific: A comparison
15:15 Akihiko Yatsu
Mechanisms of population dynamics of Japanese sardine and Japanese common squid in the Kuroshio/Oyashio Current System, with a speculation on their future
15:30 Asit Mazumder
Shifting warm-water to cold-water conditions and foodweb dynamics of juvenile Pacific salmon in the Eastern Bering Sea Ecosystem
15:45 Kentaro Morita
Potential effect of rising temperature on growth performance and its influence on chum salmon
16:00 Coffee Break
16:30 Catarina Vinagre
Latitudinal gradients in growth and spawning of Sea bass: Effect of temperature and photoperiod
16:45 Anne B. Hollowed
Fish population response to future climate drivers: A next step forward
17:00 Guillem Chust
What drives tuna captures between XVI (1525) and XVIII (1756) centuries in southern Europe
17:15 Earl G. Dawe
Effects of ocean climate variation on production, maturation, and recruitment of snow crab (Chionoecetes opilio) on the Newfoundland-Labrador shelf
17:30 Martin O. Lindegren
The future of Baltic Cod - modelling interactions between climate, food-web dynamics and fisheries
17:45 Marc Trudel
Climate-mediated changes in prey quality affect the production of wild Pacific salmon
18:00 Carmela Porteiro (Changed on Apr. 11)
The effect of environmental changes in the NE Atlantic sardine (Sardina pilchardus) fishery
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