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  • ICAN Newsletter Vol. 10 No. 1, April 2022.

    Sherin, Andrew; International Coastal Atlas Network (International Coastal Atlas NetworkHalifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, 2022)
    Vol. 10 No. 1 of the ICAN Newsletter has a focus on the ICAN 9 virtual workshop held 27-29 September 2021 and features several articles highlighting presentations at ICAN 9 (Digital Twin of the Ocean, CoastSnap . ICAN had a prominent presence at the CoastGIS 2021, the International Ocean Data Conference and in the newly published Coastal Atlas of Ireland. Other articles include the geodata portal for the Benguela Current convention and the global atlas for Nature-Based Solutions and Negative Emission Technologies.
  • Working Group on Fisheries Benthic Impact and Trade-Offs (WGFBIT; outputs from 2021 meeting).

    Pierucci, Andrea; Nguyen Xuan, Alessandra; Kraan, Casper; Bradshaw, Clare; Garcia, Clement; Mangano, Cristina; Smith, Chris; van Denderen, Daniel; Connor, David; Punzo, Elisa; et al. (International Council for the Exploration of the SeaCopenhagen, Denmark, 2022)
    The Working Group on Fisheries Benthic Impact and Trade-offs (WGFBIT) develops methods and performs assessments to evaluate benthic impact from fisheries at regional scale, while con-sidering fisheries and seabed impact trade-offs. In this report, new fishery benthic impact assessments are carried out for several sub-regions in the Mediterranean (Greek waters, South Adriatic Sea, Sicily waters). For other regions, updates of the whole assessment or specific steps only were presented. A standard advice sheet for the regional benthic assessments, intended as input to the next generation of the ICES Ecosystem and Fisheries Overviews, was finalised and compiled for some regions as example (Greek wa-ters, Baltic Sea). A validation of the longevity relationships using new data was executed for the Kattegat area and the Southern North Sea. In relation to the methodology, some recommenda-tions were formulated concerning the update on depletion rates, the use of epifauna- or infauna-based data, guidance on which set of epibenthic species to include and the time scale for setting the average swept-area-ratio (SAR) used in model fitting and assessment. A benchmarking pro-cess comparing available benthic impact assessment approaches for MSFD descriptor 6 “Seafloor integrity” is needed, as the WGFBIT approach (relative benthic state) is not the only way to assess benthic impacts from physical disturbances. A start was made to explore how to incorporate more explicitly ecosystem functioning in to the WGFBIT seafloor assessment methodology. An improved understanding of the relationships between total community biomass and ecosystem functioning may assist in setting acceptable thresholds for ecosystem impacts from trawling. Furthermore, an improved understanding of the link between species functional effect traits and proxies and processes for specific ecosystem functions could help increase our ability to predict the impact of fishing disturbance on benthic ecosystem functioning more accurately. The ecosys-tem function we focus on is the biogeochemical cycling of organic matter. Two approaches were discussed (i) Biological traits approach focusing on the linkage between biological traits and eco-system functions and (ii) biogeochemical modelling approach using the established the OMEXDIA model.
  • Samudra Report No.86, November 2021

    The International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF) (The International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF)India, 2021-11)
    The International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF) has just published the latest issue of SAMUDRA Report, its triannual journal on fisheries, communities and livelihoods. The current edition, SAMUDRA Report No. 86, dated November 2021, features a range of articles from Africa, Asia and South America, specifically from Ghana, Kenya, Thailand, the Philippines, India, Bangladesh and Chile. The issue also carries an analysis of the Blue Economy and small-scale fisheries, as well as articles on the UN Food Systems Summit. An obituary notice celebrates the life of Brazilian fisheries engineer and researcher Fábio Hissa Vieira Hazin, who succumbed to COVID-19 on 8 June 2021, World Oceans Day. The editorial Comment in SAMUDRA Report No. 86 argues that negotiations on subsidies at the World Trade Organization (WTO) should lead to an agreement whose primary goal is transparency and universality in fisheries conservation and management measures.
  • Samudra Report No.85, May 2021

    The International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF) (The International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF)India, 2021-05)
    The International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF) has just published the latest issue of SAMUDRA Report, its triannual journal on fisheries, communities and livelihoods. The current edition, SAMUDRA Report No. 85, dated May 2021, features a range of articles from Africa, Asia, South America and the Caribbean, specifically from Turkey, Cambodia, South Africa, Brazil, Tanzania, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Mozambique, Antigua and Barbuda, Bangladesh, Costa Rica, India, France, the Philippines, Brazil and Thailand. The issue also carries articles that analyze the Blue Economy, destructive fishing, small-scale fisheries (SSF) and the SSF Guidelines, among other topics. The current issue has three articles on food security (from Indonesia, Sri Lanka and Cambodia) and five articles on social development and sustainable fisheries (from Antigua and Barbuda, Bangladesh, Costa Rica, India, the Philippines and Thailand). The editorial Comment in SAMUDRA Report No. 85 discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the global inadequacy of social-protection floors in safeguarding marginalized communities, in the process exacerbating poverty and vulnerability.
  • Yemaya No. 63, May 2021

    The International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF) (The International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF)India, 2021-05)
    Yemaya No. 63, dated May 2021, features articles from US, The Netherlands, Myanmar, Senegal, and an article on women in fisheries and human rights. The article from the US by Linda Behnken argues that a growing coalition of small-scale, community-based fishers is calling for the recognition and protection of Alaska’s invaluable coastal fisheries during COVID-19. The article from the Netherlands by Cornelie Quist looks at the challenges facing women engaged in small-scale fishing and supplying fish through retailers and how they found new ways to directly reach consumers. The conversation between Miranda Bout and Cornelie Quist focuses on how they combined new product development with the use of social media to contact their customer base during the pandemic-induced disruption of traditional marketing chains. The article by Elena Finkbeiner, Juno Fitzpatrick and Whitney Yadao-Evans looks at recent media revelations and scientific research that have brought increased attention to human-rights violations and the myriad social issues facing fisheries, but with a disproportionate focus on labour-rights violations at sea and in industrial fishing operations. The systemic inequalities combined with the effects of COVID-19 exacerbated vulnerabilities of women to health risks, food and livelihood security. The article from Senegal by Aby Dia from Lumière Synergie pour le Développement (LSD), in collaboration with WoMin African Alliance, South Africa, narrates the story of traditional women fish processors from the Bargny who have been, for more than a decade, struggling against development projects that jeopardise their environment, health and livelihoods. In order to preserve their livelihoods, women processors in Senegal have come together to oppose the Tosyali steel project. The European Network of Women in Fisheries and Aquaculture in Europe (AKTEA) urges the Office of the Commissioner for the Environment, Oceans and Fisheries to integrate gender into all aspects of European fishing policy. The Profile column looks at how Linda Behnken became a fisher in Alaska and how fishing has shaped her individuality and work. Natalie Sattler says that fishing for halibut, sablefish and salmon from the sparkling waters of the Pacific along with her children and at the same time passion for working with the Alaska Longline Fishermen’s Association and the Alaska Sustainable Fisheries Trust is an immense challenge.
  • Yemaya No. 64, November 2021

    The International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF) (The International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF)India, 2021-11)
    The International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF) has released the latest edition of Yemaya, its newsletter on gender and fisheries. Yemaya No. 64, dated November 2021, features articles from Sri Lanka, The Gambia, Gender dialogue took place in Central America, issues of gender seafood industry, meditative reflection on gender equity and social justice from India, and posters released on World fisheries day from Brazil, Ghana, The Netherlands, and Thailand.
  • NANO News, Volume 21, Nov, 2021.

    Matos, Fernanda DI Alzira Oliveira; Priyadarshani, Wadanahaluge Nilanthi C.; Dung, Nguyen Thuy; Louis, Yohan Didier; Krug, Lilian; Beckman, Fiona; Nippon Foundation; Partnership for Observation of the Global Ocean (NF-POGO Alumni Network for the Ocean, 2021-11-18)
    Content: 1) From the Editorial Board; 2) NF-POGO Centre of Excellence in Observational Oceanography; 2.1) 2019-2020 CofE Scholars individual projects abstracts; 3) NANO Research Projects; 3.1) NANO-DOAP: Update on project’s activities; 3.2) NANO-DOAP: Baja California (México) station; 3.3) NANO-DOAP: Cartagena (Colombia) station; 4) NANOProfile-Q&A: Dr. Bärbel Wichmann and Dr. Eva-Maria Brodte; 5) NANO Alumni in action: V.ECOP day adventure; 6) Research communications; 6.1) Yohan Didier Louis; 6.2) Juan Vázquez, Juan Carbajal and Juan Pisoni; 6.3) Shaazia Mohammed; 7) NF-POGO Alumni appreciation; 8) News from members; 9) Tribute to Satya Prakash; 10) Scientific events announcements
  • Marine Ecosystems of the North Pacific Ocean 2009–2016: Synthesis Report

    Baker, Matthew R.; Batten, Sonia D.; Bond, Nicholas A.; Chandler, Peter C.; Clarke Murray, Cathryn; Criddle, Keith R.; Gann, Jeanette C.; Kivva, Kirill; Lobanov, Vyacheslav B.; Ono, Tsuneo; et al. (North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES)Sidney, BC, Canada, 2021)
    The PICES report on marine ecosystems is intended to periodically review and summarize the status and trends of the marine ecosystems in the North Pacific, and to consider the factors that are causing or are expected to cause change in the near future. This third North Pacific Ecosystem Status Report (NPESR3) focuses on the time period 2009–2016, and is a Synthesis Report which summarizes the ecosystem status for the entire North Pacific, and includes ecosystem updates for the 14 PICES biogeographical regions in the North Pacific, and information on climate and human dimensions. PICES Ecosystem Status Reports provide an important record of our understanding of conditions in the North Pacific for the specific time periods of interest. Ecosystem conditions are quickly changing, and the volume of data being collected is ever-increasing. These PICES Ecosystem Status Synthesis reports continue to advance scientific knowledge about the ocean environment and climate change, living resources and their ecosystems, and the impacts of human activities.
  • International Coastal Atlas Network Newsletter Vol. 9 No. 2

    Sherin, Andrew (International Coastal Atlas NewtorkHalifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, 2020-12)
    This issue the ICAN newsletter focuses again on the UN Sustainable Development Goals with articles on the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data and other SDG relevant articles. It has a highlighted article on the Maryland Coastal Atlas and an update on the Ocean Information Hub.
  • SCOR Proceedings, Volume 52. Report of the XXXIII SCOR General Meeting

    Urban, Edward; SCOR (Scientific Committee on Oceanic ResearchNewark, Delaware, USA, 2017-06)
  • SCOR Proceedings, Volume 51. Report of the 42nd SCOR Executive Committee Meeting

    Urban, Edward; SCOR (Scientific Committee on Oceanic ResearchNewark, Delaware, USA, 2016-05)
  • SCOR Proceedings, Volume 50. Report of the 2014 Annual SCOR Meeting

    Urban, Edward; SCOR (Scientific Committee on Oceanic ResearchNewark, Delaware, USA, 2020-01)
  • SCOR Proceedings, Volume 41. Report of the 2013 Executive General Meeting

    Urban, Edward; SCOR (Scientific Committee on Oceanic ResearchNewark, Delaware, USA, 2014-04)
  • Proceedings of the 2019 Annual Meeting of the Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research. Volume 55.

    Urban, Edward; SCOR (Scientific Committee on Oceanic ResearchNewark, Delaware, USA, 2020-01)
  • Proceedings of the 2018 Annual Meeting of the Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research. Volume 54.

    Urban, Edward; SCOR (Scientific Committee on Oceanic ResearchNewark, Delaware, USA, 2020-01)
  • Proceedings of the 2017 Annual Meeting of the Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research. Volume 53.

    Urban, Edward; SCOR (Scientific Committee on Oceanic ResearchNewark, Delaware, USA, 2018-06)
  • NANO News, Volume 20, May 2021.

    Yapa, Kanthi; Camargo, Carolina; Moresino, Rodrigo H.; Louis, Yohan; Krug, Lilian; Beckman, Fiona; NF-POGO Alumni Network for the Ocean (NF-POGO Alumni Network for the Ocean, 2021-05)
    Content: 1) From the Editorial Board; 2) 10 years special; 2.1) Congratulatory messages from NANO Friends; 2.2) Congratulatory messages from NANO Patrons; 2.3) Looking back-NANO organisers; 2.4) Looking back-NANO Regional Projects; 2.5) Looking back-Prestigious alumni; 2.6) Looking back-NANO representatives in events; 2.7) Alumni Memories; 3) Meet the new POGOnians; 4) POGO Visiting Fellowships for Shipboard Training; 5) When NANO Ponders; 6) News from members; 7) Research contributions; 7.1) Purba et al; 8) Scientific events announcements.
  • NANO News, Volume 19, October 2020.

    Moresino, Rodrigo H.; Fendereski, Forough; Rodriguez, Vanessa; Valliyodan, Sudheesh; Krug, Lilian; Beckman, Fiona; NF-POGO Alumni Network for the Ocean (NF-POGO Alumni Network for the Ocean, 2020-10)
    Content: 1) From the Editorial Board; 2) NF-POGO Centre of Excellence in Observational Oceanography; 2.1) 2019-2020 CofE Scholars individual project abstracts; 3) POGO Visiting Fellowship for Shipboard Training; 4) Alumni in the field; 4.1) Rodrigo Moresino; 4.2) Ximena Vega; 5) NANO Global Projects update; 5.1) NANO-DOAP; 5.2) SAGITTA; 6) When NANO ponders; 6.1) Juan Pardo et al.; 7) Research contributions; 7.1) Rodrigo Moresino; 8) Scientific event announcements.  
  • NANO News, Volume 18, May 2020.

    Lange, Priscila; Fendereski, Forough; Priyadarshani, Nilanthi; Smeti, Houssem; Krug, Lilian; Beckman, Fiona; NF-POGO Alumni Network for the Ocean (NF-POGO Alumni Network for the Ocean, 2020-05)
    Content: 1) From the Editorial Board; 2) Meet the new Pogonians; 3) POGO Visiting Fellowships for Shipboard Training; 4) NANO Global Projects update; 4.1) NANO-DOAP; 5) NANO Alumni in action:; 5.1) Sazlina Salleh; 6) When NANO ponders; 6.1) Abed Hassoun; 6.2) Pavanee Annasawmy; 6.3) Pavanee Annasawmy; 6.4) Piscila Lange; 7) In loving memory of Prof Trevor Platt; 8) Scientific event announcements.
  • NANO News, Volume 17, December 2019.

    Baloza, Marwa; Lange, Priscila; Fendereski, Forough; Sarker, Subrata; Krug, Lilian; Beckman, Fiona; Seeyave, Sophie; NF-POGO Alumni Network for the Ocean (NF-POGO Alumni Network for the Ocean, 2019-12)
    Content: 1) From the Editorial Board; 2) POGO Visiting Fellowship for Shipboard Training; 2.1) The South-North Atlantic Training Transect (SoNoAT 2019); 2.2) Porcupine Abyssal Plain (PAP) Cruise 2019; 3) NANO Global Project; 4) NANO Alumni in action: Outreach activities; 4.1) Lilian Krug; 4.2) Priscila Lange; 4.3) Frances Rivera; 5) Tribute to Dr Mirco Scharfe; 6) Opportunities announcements.

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