First ASC theme session reports now published

The majority of reports from the ASC 2013 at the Harpa Conference Centre in Reykjavík have now been made available on the ICES website.
Published: 16 October 2013

​​​​​​​​From the incorporation of human behaviour into ecosystem modelling to ocean acidification and the future of sustainable fishing, the 18 theme sessions held at this year's Annual Science Conference in Reykjavík  covered a huge spread of issues relating to marine science and research and were well-attended by the hundreds of conference participants.

Following a number of successful talks within each session and a wealth of information and feedback, theme session conveners started compiling reports which outline the subject matter, summarize the presentations, and consider the conclusions of their respective sessions. Now, those that are finalized have been published on the ICES website. 

Outstanding theme session reports will be added to this page as and when they are finished, so remember to keep checking back. ​​

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