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Session 4. Climate change effects on living marine resources: From physics to fish, marine mammals, and seabirds, to fishermen and fishery-dependent communities

Miguel Bernal (Instituto Español de Oceanografía, Spain)
Keith Criddle (University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA)
Anne Hollowed (Alaska Fisheries Science Center, NOAA-Fisheries, USA)

Invited Speaker:
Shin-ichi Ito (Tohoku National Fisheries Research Institute, Japan)

Climate change is likely to affect the biological components of marine ecosystem at various spatial and temporal scales, and will have different effects at species, population and ecosystem levels. This session covers climateinduced changes in the medium to high trophic levels of the marine ecosystem biological components, including fish, mammals, seabirds and humans. Changes in those communities expected to be analysed in the session include shifts in distribution of species, changes in fish reproduction and productivity, migratory routes, changes in the productivity of littoral habitat (e.g., estuaries, marshes), changes in freshwater habitat for anadromous species, and loss in marine
biodiversity.Mechanisms of individual, population and ecosystem – including humans - responses to climate change, such as marine populations acclimation and adaptation; resilience of fishery management systems; resilience of fishery dependent communities (including modern and subsistence-dependent economies) effects on management of transboundary stocks; interactions of climate and harvesting impacts on fish populations, will also be dealt with.

Wednesday, May 16, Day 1
Shin-ichi Ito, Takeshi Okunishi and Mitsutaku Makino
Climate induced fluctuation of Japanese sardine, its influence on marine ecosystem and human being (S4-8265), Invited
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William J. Sydeman, Sarah Ann Thompson, J. Anthony Koslow, Ralf Goericke, Marisol Garcia-Reyes and Mark D. Ohman
Climate change impacts on the pelagic ecosystem off southern California: Comparisons of trends and variability within and between trophic levels (S4-8176)
[pdf, 1 Mb]
Elvira S. Poloczanska, Christopher J. Brown, William J. Sydeman, Wolfgang Kiessling, Pippa J. Moore, Keith Brander, John F. Bruno, Lauren Buckley, Michael T. Burrows, Carlos M. Duarte, Benjamin S. Halpern, Johnna Holding, Carrie V. Kappel, Mary I. O’Connor, John M. Pandolfi, Camille Parmesan, David S. Schoeman, Franklin B. Schwing, Sarah Ann Thompson and Anthony J. ichardson
Climate change imprint on marine life from long-term observations (S4-8306)
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Gennady Matishov, Denis Moiseev, Olga Lyubina, Aleksandr Zhichkin, Sergey Dzhenyuk, Oleg Karamushko and Elena Frolova
Climate and cyclic hydrobiological changes in the Barents Sea in the 20th and 21st centuries (S4-7968)
[pdf, N/A]
Jürgen Alheit, Kenneth F. Drinkwater and Janet Nye
Impact of Atlantic Multi-decadal Oscillation on marine ecosystems (S4-8147)
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Camilla S. Landa
Geographical distribution and abundance of North East Arctic (NEA) haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus) in a changing climate (S4-8207)
[pdf, 1 Mb]
George Hunt Jr., Harald Loeng, Anne B. Hollowed, Franz J. Mueter and Kenneth F. Drinkwater
To migrate or not? When may we expect groundfish species to move poleward? (S4-7949)
[pdf, 1 Mb]
Phyllis J. Stabeno, Ed Farley, Nancy Kachel, Sue Moore, Calvin Mordy, Jeffrey M. Napp, James E. Overland, Alexei I. Pinchuk and Michael F. Sigler
Climate-mediated processes on the northern and southern shelves of the eastern Bering Sea and some implications for the ecosystem (S4-8135)
[pdf, 1.5 Mb]
Vicky W.Y. Lam, William W.L. Cheung and U. Rashid Sumaila
Climate change, ocean acidification and the fish and fisheries of the Arctic (S4-8233)
[pdf, N/A]
Oleg Titov
Water exchange in the southern Barents Sea: Indirect integral characteristics and impact on the abundance of NEA cod (S4-7996)
[pdf, 2 Mb]
Paul D. Spencer, Nicholas A. Bond, Anne B. Hollowed and Franz J. Mueter
Projected spatial distributions for eastern Bering Sea arrowtooth flounder under simulated climate scenarios, with implications for predation (S4-8060)
[pdf, 0.7 Mb]
Andrea Piñones, Eileen E. Hofmann, Kendra L. Daly, Michael S. Dinniman and John M. Klinck
Presented by Eileen E. Hofmann on behalf of Andrea Piñones
Effects of circulation and climate change on early life stages of Antarctic krill (S4-8153)
[pdf, 2.7 Mb]
Daniel P. Costa
The potential effects of climate change on southern ocean top predators (S4-8305)
[pdf, N/A]
Robinson Mugo, Sei-Ichi Saitoh, Akira Nihira, Tadaaki Kuroyama, Shuhei Masuda, Toshiyuki Awaji, Takahiro Toyoda, Hiromichi Igarashi and Yoichi Ishikawa
Potential impact of global warming on skipjack tuna (Katsuwonus pelamis) habitat in the western North Pacific (S4-8269)
[pdf, 2.7 Mb]
Jeffrey J. Polovina, Phoebe Woodworth, Julia Blanchard and John P. Dunne
Use of a size-based ecosystem model driven by a climate model to project the consequences of climate change on fish abundance and catches in the North Pacific Ocean (S4-7958)
[pdf, 0.8 Mb]
Nan-Jay Su, Chi-Lu Sun, André E. Punt and Su-Zan Yeh
Potential impacts of climate change on the habitat of striped marlin (Kajikia audax) in the North Pacific Ocean (S4-8017)
[pdf, 2.8 Mb]
Jung Jin Kim, Cheol-Ho Kim, Hong Sik Min, Chan Joo Jang, William T. Stockhousen and Suam Kim
Predicted ecological characteristics of common squid (Todarodes pacificus) larvae inferred by various climate models under IPCC SRES A1B Scenarios (S4-8257)
[pdf, N/A]
Yongjun Tian, Kazuya Nashida and Hideo Sakaji
Synchrony in the abundance trends of spear squid Loligo bleekeri in the Japan Sea and Pacific Ocean with special reference to the latitudinal differences in response to the climate regime shift (S4-7956)
[pdf, 0.7 Mb]
David Costalago and Isabel Palomera
Vulnerability of small pelagic fish populations in non-upwelling areas under climate change (S4-7986)
[pdf, 1.2 Mb]
Priscilla Licandro, Delphine Nicolas, Sébastien Rochette and Mark Dickey-Collas
Linking the impact environmental changes on clupeoid fish through the zooplankton: The example of North Sea herring (S4-8027)
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Thursday, May 17, Day 2
William W.L. Cheung, Jorge L. Sarmiento, John P. Dunne, Thomas L. Frölicher, Vicky W.Y. Lam, M.L. Deng Palomares, Reg Watson and Daniel P. Pauly
Shrinking of fishes exacerbates impacts of global ocean changes on marine ecosystems (S4-8242)
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Adriana Vergés, Fiona Tomas, Emma Cebrian, Zafer Kizilkaya, Enric Sala and Enric Ballesteros
Invasion of tropical herbivores into a temperate system results in devastating phase-shift mediated by the loss of canopy algae (S4-7990)
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Dawit Yemane, Toufiek Samaai and Steve P. Kirkman
Assessing changes in distribution and range size of demersal fish species in the Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem in relation to long-term change in the environment (S4-8055)
[pdf, 0.7 Mb]
Arno Põllumäe and Lennart Lennuk
Is the abundance of invasive cladoceran Cercopagis pengoi controlled by blooms of moon jelly Aurelia aurita in northern Baltic Sea? (S4-8032) [pdf, 1 Mb]
Malin L. Pinsky, Michael Fogarty, Boris Worm, Jorge L. Sarmiento and Simon A. Levin
How predictable are species distribution shifts? Testing ecological hypotheses against four decades of observations (S4-8071)
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Sukgeun Jung and Ilsu Choi
Latitudinal shifts in catch distribution of fisheries species in Korean waters during the past 30 years in relation to climate change (S4-8224)
[pdf, 3.6 Mb]
Warren Potts and Warwick H.H. Sauer
Transboundary climate induced distributional changes in an important recreational west African fish species – consequences and adaptation (S4-7957)
[pdf, 1 Mb]
Steve P. Kirkman, Dawit Yemane, John Kathena, Sam Mafwila, Sylvia N’siangango, Toufiek Samaai and Larvika Singh
Identifying and characterizing of demersal biodiversity hotspots in the Benguela Current large marine ecosystem: Its relevance in the light of global changes (S4-8088)
[pdf, 1.9 Mb]
Dan Smale, Thomas Wernberg, Tim Langlois and Gary Kendrick
Impact of a ‘marine heat wave’ on seaweed, coral and fish assemblages in a global biodiversity hotspot (S4-7995)
[pdf, 3 Mb]
John K. Pinnegar, Will J.F. Le Quesne and Silvana N.R. Birchenough
Ocean acidification and the possible loss of echinoderms: How will commercial fish and fisheries be affected? (S4-8058)
[pdf, N/A]
Daniel Small, Piero Calosi, John Spicer, Dominic Boothroyd and Steve Widdicombe
Synergistic impacts of climate change drivers on the developmental ecophysiology, growth and survival of the European lobster, Homarus gammarus (S4-8310)
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C. Tracy Shaw, Leah R. Feinberg and William T. Peterson
Effects of climate variability on the euphausiids Euphausia pacifica and Thysanoessa spinifera in the coastal upwelling zone off the Oregon Coast, USA (S4-8178)
[pdf, 0.5 Mb]
Alan Haynie and Lisa Pfeiffer
Climate change and fisher behavior in the Bering Sea pollock trawl and Pacific cod longline fisheries (S4-8231)
[pdf, 0.8 Mb]
Anthony Charles
Climate change impacts and adaptation in the real world of coastal communities (S4-8074)
[pdf, 1.6 Mb]
Kuo-Wei Lan and Ming-An Lee
Effects of climate variability on the distribution and fishing conditions of yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) in the Indian Ocean (S4-8022)
[pdf, 2 Mb]
Renae C. Tobin, Ann Penny, Andrew J. Tobin, Stephen Sutton and Nadine Marshall
Stop, change or move: Practical adaptation of commercial fishers to spatial changes in fish abundance due to extreme weather events (S4-7977)
[pdf, 1 Mb]
Edward JK. Patterson
Climate change impacts on coastal resources and dependent livelihood in Tamil Nadu, Southeastern India (S4-7947)
[pdf, 0.5 Mb]
Sibananda Senapati and Vijaya Gupta
Dying fisheries in a changing environment: A study on livelihood strategies of fishery communities in Mumbai (S4-8189)
[pdf. 0.9 Mb]
Caroline Brown and Nicole M. Braem
Observations of climate change and subsistence harvests in Emmonak, Alaska (S4-8168) [pdf, 1.2 Mb]
SM Sharifuzzaman
The effect of climate change on shrimp aquaculture, Bangladesh (S4-8134)
[pdf, N/A]
Francisca George, Dominic O. Odulate and Adekunle Idowu
Climate change effects and adaptation strategies in a Nigerian coastal agro-ecological zone (S4-7969)
[pdf, 1.7 Mb]
Friday, May 18, Day 3
Akihiko Yatsu, Sanae Chiba, Yasuhiro Yamanaka, Shin-ichi Ito, Yugo Shimizu, Masahide Kaeriyama and Yoshiro Watanabe
Presented by Shin-ichi Ito on behalf of Akihiko Yatsu
Climate forcing and the Kuroshio/Oyashio ecosystem (S4-7980)
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Myron A. Peck, Marc Hufnagl, Klaus Huebert, Markus Kreus and Johannes Pätsch
Will climate-driven warming uncouple marine food webs? Projections from biophysical, size-based modeling (S4-8150)
[pdf, N/A]
Jong Hee Lee, Jae Bong Lee, Chang Ik Zhang and Suam Kim
Ecosystem-based risk assessing the Korean major fisheries under climate change (S4-8100)
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Mbog Dieudonné Marius
Impacts of climate change on waterbirds, mammals, fish and fishermen in coastal systems: The case of mangroves, coral reefs and coastal lagoons in the sub-region of the Congo Basin in Central Africa (S4-8232)
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Ivonne Ortiz, Kerim Aydin and Al Hermann
From climate to fisheries: Performance of a 40-year hindcast for the Eastern Bering Sea (S4-8009)
[pdf, 1.8 Mb]
Jennifer Howard and Roger Griffis
Impacts of climate change on U.S. oceans and marine resources: Technical input to the 2013 U.S. National Climate Assessment (S4-8049)
[pdf, 1.5 Mb]
Saturday, May 19, Day 4
Susa Niiranen, Johanna Yletyinen, Maciej T. Tomczak, Olle Hjerne and Thorsten Blenckner
Could fishery management be used to mitigate the climate change effects on marine ecosystem function? (S4-8089)
[pdf, 4.7 Mb]
Melissa A. Haltuch, Nicholas A. Bond, Ian J. Stewart and Michael J. Schirippa
Projecting U.S. west coast sablefish recruitment under global climate change scenarios (S4-8223)
[pdf, 0.5 Mb]
Jörn O. Schmidt, Massimiliano Cardinale, Piotr Margonski, Martin Quaas, Valerio Bartolino and Rüdiger Voss
Optimal harvest of Baltic Sea herring under environmental change (S4-8285)
[pdf, 0.7 Mb]
Yi-Jay Chang, Chi-Lu Sun, Yong Chen and Su-Zan Yeh
Modelling of the effects of climate change on population dynamics of the Taitung spiny lobster, Panulirus penicillatus, fishery (S4-8039)
[pdf, 1.4 Mb]
Z. Teresa A’mar and Martin W. Dorn
Management strategy evaluation for the Gulf of Alaska walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) fishery: How persistent are the environmental-recruitment links? (S4-8062)
[pdf, 0.2 Mb]
Huijie Xue, Stephen Cousins, Lewis S. Incze, Richard Wahle and Andrew C. Thomas
Connectivity of Lobster Populations in the Gulf of Maine (S4-7973)
[pdf, 2.9 Mb]
Anne B. Hollowed, Enrique N. Curchitser and Charles A. Stock
Modeling fish and shellfish responses to climate change: Trade-offs in model complexity (S4-8144)
[pdf, N/A]
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