Session 5.1 Presentations: Scenarios for polar, mid-latitude, sub-tropical, and tropical environments and ecosystems
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Graham W. Hosie (Invited)
Impacts of climate change on Antarctic marine ecosystems
(pdf, 2 Mb)

Gordon H. Kruse, Jie Zheng and James E. Overland
A scenario approach to forecast potential impacts of climate change on red king crabs in the eastern Bering Sea
(pdf, 0.7 Mb)

Simon J. Walker, Greg A. Skilleter and Bernie M. Degnan
Predicting the effects of climatic change on the biodiversity of intertidal sessile fauna on coral reefs
(Waiting for permission)

Teruhisa Komatsu, Atsuko Mikami, Etienne Boisnier, Tatsuyuki Sagawa, Hideaki Tanoue, Tetsuro Ajisaka and Yoshihiko Sakanishi

Possible change in seaweed distribution in East Asia under a particular scenario of global warming
(pdf, 1.5 Mb)

Clarence Pautzke, W. Wiseman and F. Wiese

North Pacific Research Board and National Science Foundation partner to study biological processes on eastern Bering Sea shelf ecosystem and impacts of climate change
(pdf, 1.3 Mb)

Alistair J. Hobday, Elvira S. Poloczanska, Thomas J. Kunz, Tom A. Okey and Anthony J. Richardson
Getting hot and bothered about climate change impacts in Australian waters
(pdf, 1.3 Mb)

Solfrid Sætre Hjøllo, Morten Skogen and Einar Svendsen
Long term changes in North Sea physics and phytoplankton from NORWECOM
(pdf, 1 Mb)

Xiuren Ning, Chuanlan Lin, Qiang Hao, Chenggang Liu and Fengfeng Le
Long-term environmental changes and the responses of the ecosystem in the northern South China Sea during 1976-2004
(pdf, 0.5 Mb)

Fabian Blanchard, Jean-Charles Poulard, Hicham Masski and Claude Roy

Predicting climate warming impact on marine fish communities from biogeography: example from tropical, subtropical and temperate case studies
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Kenneth F. Drinkwater, Harald Loeng and S. Sundby

The ecosystem response of the Barents and Norwegian seas to future climate change with emphasis on the higher trophic levels
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Bulent Acma
Climate changes and tourism: southeastern Anatolia region and southeastern Anatolia Project (GAP) in Turkey as a case study
(Permission denied)

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