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Workshop 4. CCCC/POC/FIS Workshop
Climate scenarios for ecosystem modeling (II)

Thomas A. Okey, Anne B. Hollowed, Michael J. Schirripa and Richard J. Beamish (Invited)
The 2035 modelling challenge for forecasting climate impacts on marine biota and fisheries: A collaboration emerging from an international workshop (W4-5422)
(pdf, 1.8 Mb)

James E. Overland, Muyin Wang and Nicholas A. Bond
Utility of climate models for regional ecosystem projections (W4-5453)
(pdf, 1.3 Mb)

Young Shil Kang and Sukgeun Jung
Regional differences in responses of meso-zooplankton to long-term oceanographic changes in Korean sea waters (W4-5196)
(pdf, 0.5 Mb)

Yasuhiro Yamanaka et al.
(WG 20 update): Recent results connecting climate change to fish resources using the high resolution model, COCO-NEMURO

Emanuele Di Lorenzo et al.
(WG 20 update): North Pacific Decadal Variability in the FUTURE
(pdf, 6.3 Mb)

James Christian et al.
(WG 20 update): Canadian Earth System Model scenarios for the North Pacific
(permission to post denied)

Qigeng Zhao, Qingquan Li, Jianglong Li and Fanghua Wu
A simulation of acidification in the Pacific Ocean (W4-5432)
(pdf, 4 Mb)

Enrique Curchitser et al.
(WG 20 update): Downscaling climate scenarios with a fully coupled global-to-regional model
(pdf, 0.8 Mb)

Michael G. Foreman, William J. Merryfield, Badal Pal and Eric Salathé
An update of regional climate modelling along the British Columbia Shelf (W4-5152)
(pdf, 1.4 Mb)

Vadim Navrotsky
(WG20 update): On the role of ocean and land living matter in Global Climate Change

Anne B. Hollowed, Teresa A’mar, Richard J. Beamish, Nicholas A. Bond, James E. Overland, Michael Schirripa and Tom Wilderbuer
Fish population response to future climate drivers: A next step forward (W4-5365)
(waiting for permission)

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 (W4-5475)
(pdf, 0.9 Mb)

Sukyung Kang, Jae Bong Lee, Anne B. Hollowed, Nicholas A. Bond and Suam Kim
Techniques for forecasting climate-induced variation in the distribution and abundance of mackerels in the northwestern Pacific (W4-5468)
(pdf, 0.8 Mb)

Michio J. Kishi, Yasunori Sakurai and Masahide Kaeriyama
What affects on the growth and stock of chum salmon, walleye pollack, and common squid in the Northern Pacific (W4-5467)
(pdf, 13 Mb Request)

Richard J. Beamish
A tail of two sockeyes (W4-5041)
(pdf, 0.8 Mb)

Richard J. Beamish
Evidence that the carrying capacity of local marine ecosystems can regulate the productivity of chinook salmon (W4-5042)
(pdf, 1.2 Mb)

Discussions (led by Young-Shil Kang and James Overland ):
• Finishing off CFAME (timeline, assignments)
• Final report, publications, etc.…
• Needs from WG20

 
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