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Session 6. Marine spatial planning and risk management in the context of climate change: The living ocean and coast under changing climate

Adriaan Rijnsdorp (IMARES, The Netherlands)
Christian Möllmann (University of Hamburg, Germany)

Invited Speaker:
John K. Pinnegar (Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science, Lowestoft Laboratory, UK)

Climate change will impact marine ecosystems and their habitats in various ways. Effects will include changed distribution and productivity of marine organisms, connectivity and adaptability of populations as well as overall biodiversity. The different climate-induced changes will have implications for the spatial management of our living resources and marine ecosystems. Especially migratory fish stocks move between management units leading to conflicts between resource users. Hence their dynamics will become more uncertain under climate change, and conservation objectives have to be re-defined or adapted. This session aims to discuss how climate change may affect the human activities on the sea and explore how society can adapt its policies and uses of the marine ecosystem.

Saturday, May 19

John K. Pinnegar, Stephen R. Dye and Miranda Jones
Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) and climate change – Will the organisms we are trying to protect, still be there in 100 years time? (S6-8057), Invited
[waiting for permission]

Gretta T. Pecl, Jemina Stuart-Smith, Dianne Bray, Karen Edyvane, Stewart D. Frusher, Gary Jackson, Natalie Moltschaniwskyj, Melissa Nursey-Bray, Keith Rowling and Peter Walsh
Redmap: An online database and mapping resource for observational marine species data– Marine monitoring, community engagement and collaborative research effort (S6-8120)
[pdf, 1.6 Mb]
Thomas A. Okey, Hussein Alidina and Selina Agbayani
A preliminary climate change vulnerability assessment of Canada’s Pacific Marine Ecosystems (S6-8301)
[pdf, 2.7 Mb]
See-Whan Kang and Ki-Cheon Jun
An overview of impacts and adaptation measures of climate change on seaports (S6-8250)
[pdf, N/A]
Felipe Briceño, Stewart D. Frusher, Caleb Gardner, Rafael León, Sean R. Tracey, Jeffrey M. Dambacher and Gretta T. Pecl
Exploring the effect of environment and fishing pressure on a key prey/predator interaction: Signals from an ‘early warning’ fishery within a global hotspot region (S6-8080)
[pdf, 1.9 Mb]
David Vousden, Magnus Ngoile and Warwick H.H. Sauer
Building a regional alliance for sustainable science and governance in the Western Indian Ocean large marine ecosystems (S6-7964)
[waiting for permission]
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    August 1 , 2011
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    September 15 , 2011
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    September 30 , 2011
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    January 13 , 2012
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    February 6 , 2012
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    May 14-20 , 2012
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    June 15 , 2012
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