Science symposia

Fourth International ICES/PICES/IOC/FAO Symposium

The effects of climate change on the world’s oceans
 
4–8 June 2018, Washington D.C. (USA)

​​​Conveners:
Manuel Barange (FAO)
Veronique Garcon (CNRS)
Shin-ichi Ito (University of Tokyo)
Jason Link (NOAA Fisheries)


Themes:

  • consequences of climate change and variability in the global marine ecosystem
  • ecological, economic, scientific and social relevance of climate change impacts in the world oceans

Objectives:

  • address a wide diversity of issues related to the many aspects of climate change in the oceans
  • bring together experts of different disciplines to exchange ideas, observations, results and models at a global scale
  • examine the science available
  • consider gaps and insufficiencies in the evidence-base,
  •  propose priorities for future research  
  • derive to appropriate climate-ready policies that can help society adapt and protect the marine environment and living resources in the future

 

For more info go to the symposium website.

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