Regional Association for Research in the Gulf of Maine RARGOM
Will the Gulf of Maine yield more or less seafood in the future, ideas from the physical environment and lower trophic levels?
The 2012 RARGOM Annual Science Meeting will be a session where Gulf of Maine physical and biological oceanographers will be asked to interpret what they are seeing among the varied signals of physical forcing and lower trophic level response, and challenged to inform the community on how upper trophic level organisms have responded and may react in the future.
William Cheung University of British Columbia Fisheries Centre Shrinking of Fishes Exacerbates Impacts of Global Ocean Changes on Marine Fisheries
Jon Hare Northeast Fisheries Science Center, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration Pursuing Hypotheses and the Future of Fisheries Oceanography
Andy Pershing University of Maine School of Marine Sciences and the Gulf of Maine Research Institute Using Climate Variability to Diagnose How Marine Ecosystems Work and How They Will Change
The meeting is intended to be of general interest to a broad range of researchers, managers and stakeholders in the Gulf of Maine region.
Registration closes September 30th
Registration fees are $45 for participants from RARGOM member institutions and $60 for non-members. Student registration is $30 Lunch will be provided
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
If interested in presenting a contributed talk or poster, please read below the format requirement. Submit to: Lynn.email@example.com
by Wednesday, September 12th
Abstract Submission Format
September 5th Deadline for Abstracts to be received.
The e mail subject line should read First initial, Last name, RARGOM abstract. An e mail confirmation will be sent when the abstract is received. Please follow the format requirements below to avoid further editing and resubmitting.
September 14th Notification of paper or poster acceptance
September 30th Last day to register
October 9th Talk or Poster presentation RARGOM annual science meeting
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