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LIST of ECOFOR PRESENTATIONS

Introduction, workshop goals and outcomes AUTHOR
Overview of FHL and group logistics and activities - [ PDF ] C. Greene
Scientific program and estimated outcomes - [ PDF ] A. Miller
Climate-driven ecosystem process model & PICES WG27 - [ PPTX ] S. Minobe

SECTION 1: Examples of simple diagnostic models of ecosystem response to climate forcing AUTHOR
Lower Trophic levels: Ocean Transport drives low-frequency Zooplankton Variability
Example #1: Northeast Pacific zooplankton (CASE 1 California Current) - [ PDF ] E. Di Lorenzo
Example #2: Northeast Pacific zooplankton (CASE 2 Oregon Shelf) - [ PPTX ] J. Keister
Example #3: Northwest Pacific zooplankton - [ PPTX ] S. Chiba
Example #4: North Atlantic zooplankton: evidence for bottom up forcing - [ PPT ] C. Greene and R. Ji
Higher Trophic Levels: The role of mesoscale circulation in fish recruitment
Example #5: Sablefish off Sitka Island linked to anticyclonic eddies in the Gulf of Alaska - [ PDF ] A. Smith and K. Shotwell
Example #6: Arrowtooth flounder in Kodiak Island linked to instability of the Alaskan Stream - [ PDF ] M. Stachura
Higher Trophic Levels: coherent response of species to large-scale climate forcing
Example #7 North Pacific salmon survival - [ PDF ] P. Kilduff and L. Botsford
Example #8 Linkages between japnese sardines and gyre spinu-up - [ PPTX ] S. Minobe
Example #9: North Atlantic fish recruitment - [ PPT ] M. Hufnagl
Example #10 North Atlantic Right whales - [ PPTX ] E. Meyer-Gutbrod

SECTION 2: Ecosystem and fish population data archives AUTHOR
Lower Trophic Level: copepods and krill
Northwest Pacific K. Tadokoro
Northeast Pacific - [ PPT ] B. Peterson
North Atlantic M. Hufnagl
Higher Trophic Level: ground fish, salmon, herring and whales
North Atlantic - [ PPT ] M. Hufnagl
Northeast Pacific - [ PPTX ] M. Stachura
Northwest Pacific - [ PPTX ] S. Minobe and K. Tadokoro
Marine life observing system data archive - [ PPT ] S. Bograd
Pelagic CalCOFI data archive - [ PDF ] T. Koslow

SECTION 3: Ecosystem Indicators AUTHOR
Definitions and use of Ecosystem Indicators in fisheries science and management - [ PDF ] J. King
Successes and failures of using ecosystem indicators - [ PPTX ] N. Mantua

SECTION 4: Methods for implementing climate-driven ecosystem process models AUTHOR
Linear multivariate autoregressive inverse models - [ PPTX ] M. Newman and M. Alexander
Bayesian hierarchical models - [ PDF ] R. Herbei, C. Wilke and R. Millif
Internal population dynamics - [ PPTX ] L. Botsford
Determining uncertainties in the process models - [ PPTX ] S. Minobe

SECTION 5: Environmental forcing data from observation, regional and climate models AUTHOR
Large-scale climate indices: advantages and limitations - [ PPT ] N. Mantua
Regional and coastal models - [ PPT ] A. Miller
Climate models IPCC - [ PPTX ] N. Bond

SECTION 6: Discussion AUTHOR
Isolating and modeling the climate controls on marine ecosystems and fish populations - [ PPTX ] J. Overland

 

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