Understanding Climate Impacts on Fish Stocks of the Northeast Shelf Large Marine Ecosystem: Key Research Needs and Future Directions

23 Jul 2013
Providence, RI

Workshop Summary

Purpose

Provide a forum for the climate, oceanography and fisheries science community to share knowledge and identify priority science needs and opportunities to advance understanding of the impacts of climate variability and change on fish stocks of the U.S. Northeast Shelf Large Marine Ecosystem.

Organizers:

Northeast Fisheries Science Center, NOAA Fisheries Service
Geophysical Fluid Dynamic Laboratory, NOAA Oceanic and Atmospheric Research
Joint Office for Science Support (JOSS)

Presentations

Climate - ocean interactions in the NE region — current understandings, key science challenges small pdf icon in red and white  by Michael Alexander

Climate - fisheries interactions in the NE region — current understandings, key science and management challenges small pdf icon in red and white  by Jon Hare

Participants

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Meeting Summary and Report

Thank you for your interest in the Workshop. 
An Executive Summary of the workshop is available here.
A full meeting report available will be available in November, 2013. 
If you have any questions, please contact Roger Griffis.

Planning Committee Contacts

For more information please visit the meeting web site or contact the planning committee (Jon.hare@noaa.gov, Charles.stock@noaa.gov, Jason.link@noaa.gov, roger.b.griffis@noaa.gov).

Invitation

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Remote Participation

If you are planning to participate remotely, please email Melanie Russ  so that she may add you to the list.

See detailed instructions for participating remotely.

Agenda

Agenda  —  updated July 22, 2013

Registration

Registration is closed.

There is no registration fee, but we ask that you register in advance so that we can plan for your attendance.

Travel Support

During the registration process, you will have the opportunity to indicate your need for travel support. If you do need travel support, please answer “yes” to the question and complete the registration process. Travel requests will be reviewed and you will be contacted about available funding by Melanie Russ with UCAR/JOSS within 1 week of completing your registration. Please note that due to federal regulations, UCAR/JOSS is unable to provide travel support to Federal Employees.

Advance Reading

Resource paper

Meeting Location

Omni Providence Hotel
Providence Ballroom
One West Exchange Street
Providence, RI 02903
Phone: 401-598-8000

Transportation

Arriving by air

Green Airport (PVD) - approximately a 15-20 minute drive from the hotel

Arriving by train from airport

Take the train to the Providence Station (PVD), which is a 10 minute walk from the hotel

Arriving by car

 

Federal Meals

A lunch will be provided on Tuesday, July 23rd for those attending this meeting. It is assumed that all meeting participants will attend the lunch unless you send an email to me at melanie@ucar.edu indicating that you will not attend. (Vegetarian options will be available.)

Federal attendees: Please note, UCAR cannot provide meals for Federal employees. This regulation comes from OMB and OMB circulars and Federal agency regulations. It is NOT a UCAR regulation but must be followed due to funding terms and conditions. Therefore, it is requested that Federal employees contribute $18 toward each lunch provided. The amount is calculated by using the specific meal portion of M&IE for Providence, which is in Providence/Bristol County.

UCAR–supported Attendees: $18 will be deducted from your travel expense reimbursement claim form. The amount deducted is calculated using the same data used for the Federal employees.

To make your payment:

  1. Proceed to UCAR Payments
  2. Under "Payment Select," click on "Other Items" and then from the drop-down menu, choose "Fish Stocks – 23 July 2013 – Providence, RI" and then click on the "Next" button.
  3. On the following screen, enter the amount, $18, and fill in your billing information. When you are ready, click on the "Start Process" button.
  4. You will receive an e-mail confirming your Registration payment.

If you prefer to pay by check, please make it payable to "UCAR" and mail to: UCAR/JOSS, Attn: Melanie Russ, P.O. Box 3000, Boulder, CO 80307.

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Shipping Address:
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