12:30-14:30Trans-Atlantic science to do ecosystem-based management
12:30-14:30Processes for the peer review of science products that support fisheries management advice
12:30-14:30Functional links between pressure and state indicators
12:30-14:00What does integration mean for ICES? Current practices and new ideas towards a philosophy of integrated evidence-based advice
12:30-14:00Physical, economic and societal impacts of climate change: testing common scenarios for future impact
12:30-14:00Marine litter and the role of fisheries surveys: Current practices and new ideas for marine litter monitoring
14:00-15:30Ecosystem data collection, integrated assessments and advice, can we make it one coherent process?
14:00-15:30Emerging science topics relevant for ICES
14:00-15:30Transition from ICES Strategic Initiative on Stock Assessment Methods to a more global expert group
12:30-13:45Integrated Ecosystem Assessments: highlights, challenges and ambitions
12:30-13:45Everything you ever wanted to know about FLR but were afraid to ask
12:30-13:45Help plan the future of ICES – what do you want your organisation to be?
12:30-13:45A sea change for ICES: integrating human dimensions