PICES 2014 FUTURE OPEN SCIENCE MEETING
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Keith R. Criddle (USA)
Mitsutaku Makino (Japan)
Jake Rice (Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Canada)
Patrick Christie (University of Washington, USA)
Forecasting and understanding trends, uncertainty and responses of the North Pacific ecosystem requires an understanding anthropogenic pressures on marine ecosystems, the impacts of ecosystem change on dependent human populations, and social strategies to cope with those changes. This session will present human dimension indicators that have been created or assembled for the next North Pacific Ecosystem Status Report (NPESR). The session will be composed of invited and contributed papers that elucidate commonalities and differences in regional trends of these indicators and their spatio-temporal linkages to ecosystem status indicators and to human well-being.