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Session 1: Mechanisms of climate and human impacts on ecosystems in marginal seas and shelf regions

Franz J. Mueter, Jennifer Boldt, Bernard A. Megrey and Randall Peterman (Invited)
Spatial and temporal scales of variability in the productivity of Northeast Pacific fish stock
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Sok Kuh Kang, Joseph Y. Cherniawsky, Michael G.G. Foreman, Sinjae Yoo, Hong Sik Min, Cheol-Ho Kim and Hyoun-Woo Kang (Invited)
Patterns of recent sea level rise in the East/Japan Sea and their ecological implication in the Ulleung Basin (pdf, 4 Mb)

Vyacheslav Lobanov, Vladimir Zvalinsky, Pavel Tishchenko, Anatoly Salyuk, Sergei Zakharkov, S. Ladychenko and E. Shtraikhert
Mechanisms of fast changes in physical and biological fields along the Primorye coast in the Japan Sea (pdf, 3 Mb)

Chun-Ok Jo and Kyung-Ryul Kim
Effects of melting sea ice in the Tatarskiy Strait on spring bloom along the Primorye coast in the East Sea (pdf, 1 Mb)

Hyun-cheol Kim, Sinjae Yoo and Im Sang Oh
The relationship between the mixed layer depth and surface chlorophyll in the Japan/East Sea
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Masahide Kaeriyama, Sei-ichi Saito and Akihiko Yatsu
Comparison of the growth pattern for Japanese chum salmon in the Okhotsk Sea and the Bering Sea
(pdf, 1 Mb)

Elizabeth A. Logerwell, A.B. Hollowed, C.D. Wilson, P. Walline, P. Munro, M.E. Conners, S. McDermott, S. Neidetcher, D. Cooper and K. Rand
Fish movement plays a key role in understanding the potential for commercial fishing to impact prey fields of endangered Steller sea lions (pdf, 2 Mb)

John A. Barth, Stephen D. Pierce, Timothy J. Cowles and William T. Peterson
Flow-topography interaction and its influence on ecosystem dynamics in the northern California Current System (pdf, 3.5 Mb)

William Peterson, Rian Hooff and Robert Emmett
Extreme climate variability in the northern California Current: Can we explain the current anomalous warm state and its effects on the coastal upwelling ecosystem off Washington and Oregon?

Vjacheslav S. Labay and Georgy V. Shevchenko
Hydrodynamic influences on macrobenthos structural characteristics of the northeastern Sakhalin shelf (pdf, 0.4 Mb)

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