Recent Submissions

  • North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES): Annual Report, Seventeenth Meeting, Dalian, China, October 24 - November 2, 2008

    North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) (North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES)Sidney, British Columbia, 2008)
    Report of Opening Session. Report of Governing Council. Report of the Finance and Administration Committee. Reports of Science Board and Committees. Report of the Climate Change and Carrying Capacity Scientific Program. Reports of Expert Groups. Session Summaries. Participants. PICES Members. PICES Acronyms.
  • PICES Press, Vol. 28, No. 1, Winter 2020

    North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) (North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES)Sidney, British Columbia, 2020)
    PICES science in 2019: Notes from the Science Board Chair. 2019 PICES awards. Working Group 37 organizes Phase 2 of a Practical Workshop. Communicating science. Integrating biological research, fisheries science and management of Pacific halibut and other widely distributed fish species across the North Pacific. Two decades of the North Pacific CPR program. PICES calendar of events for 2020. PICES/ICES collaborative research initiative. PICES/NPFC collaborative research. The 2019 International Gulf of Alaska Expedition. GlobalHAB: Evaluating, reducing and mitigating the cost of Harmful Algal Blooms. PICES on the cloud. New leadership in PICES. PICES Interns. PICES Special Project: Sea turtle ecology in relation to environmental stressors in North Pacific regions. Regional Consultative and Planning Workshop towards the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development. Towards an integrated approach to understanding ecosystem predictability in the North Pacific. Shellfish –Resources and invaders of the North. Highlights of the 2019 FAO International Symposium on Fisheries Sustainability. The Bering Sea: Current status and recent trends. Copepod responses to, and recovery from, the recent marine heatwave in the Northeast Pacific . The western North Pacific during the 2019 warm season. Northeast Pacific juvenile salmon summer surveys in 2019.
  • PICES Press, Vol. 27, No. 2, Summer 2019

    North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) (North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES)Sidney, British Columbia, 2019)
    2019 Inter-sessional Science Board Meeting. 2019 Pacific Ecology and Evolution Conference. Highlights from the FUTURE SSC’s 5th Inter-sessional Meeting. Working together at the 4th GOA-ON International Workshop. Scientific dialogue between the ocean and the atmosphere. SOLAS Early-Career Scientist Day. FishGIS: Incorporating community-based research principles. Future Oceans2 IMBeR Open Science Conference. First global planning meeting for the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development. In memoriam: Dr. Olga Nikolaevna Lukyanova. Topic sessions and workshops at PICES-2019. Upcoming Shellfish – Resources and Invaders of the North symposium. The Northeast Pacific: Current status and recent trends. The Bering Sea: Current status and recent trends. The western North Pacific during the 2018/2019 cold season.
  • PICES Press, Vol. 27, No. 1, Winter 2019

    North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) (North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES)Sidney, British Columbia, 2019)
    PICES science in 2017: Notes from the Science Board Chair. 2018 PICES awards. ECCWO-4 Workshop on “Intercomparison of fisheries and marine ecosystem models”. The PICES–MAFF-sponsored Project on “Building capacity for coastal monitoring by local small-scale fishers”. Northeast Pacific juvenile salmon summer surveys in 2018. 2018 PICES Summer School on “Coastal ocean observatory science”. Working Group 37 organizes a Practical Workshop on “Production methodologies and measurements for in situ zooplankton”. PICES in Ireland: ADRIFT marine bioinvasions study presented at NEOBIOTA 2018. The Bering Sea: Current status and recent trends. The Northeast Pacific: Current status and recent trends. The western North Pacific during the 2018 warm season. In memory of Boris Kotenev. New leadership in PICES.
  • PICES Press, Vol. 26, No. 2, Summer 2018

    North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) (North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES)Sidney, British Columbia, 2018)
    2018 Inter-sessional Science Board Meeting. 2018 Pacific Ecology and Evolution Conference. Applying global experiences to regional assessments: A workshop on the Protection of Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems. Activities of the joint PICES/ICES/PAME WG on an Integrated Ecosystem Assessment for the Central Arctic Ocean. In memoriam: Dr. Mary N. Arai. Highlights from the FUTURE SSC’s 4th Inter-sessional Meeting. PICES Interns. A new PICES MAFF-sponsored project: Building capacity for coastal monitoring by small-scale fishers. Scientists from PICES and Mexico meet to discuss closer ties in North Pacific research. An International Symposium on “Understanding changes in transitional areas of the Pacific”. The 4th International Symposium on “The effects of climate change on the world’s oceans”. ECCWO-4 Workshop on “Communicating and responding to climate change”. ECCWO-4 Workshop on “Advances in Earth System Models (ESMs) for marine applications”. ECCWO-4 Workshop on “Exploring potential ocean-based solutions to climate change impacts on marine biodiversity and ecosystem services”. ECCWO-4 Workshop on “Climate change adaptation of fisheries and aquaculture: examples of field projects supporting countries and communities”. ECCWO-4 Workshop on “Climate change and fishing communities: Interactions with environmental conservation, sustainable livelihoods and food security”. ECCWO-4 Workshop on “Utilizing bioenergetics measurements and modeling to evaluate climate change effects on marine species and ecosystems”. ECCWO-4 Workshop on “What do seabirds reveal about the effects of climate change on the world’s oceans?”. ECCWO-4 Workshop on “Connecting climate, ocean and ecosystem observation – Ocean observation futures”. ECCWO-4 Workshop on “Vulnerability of Low Elevated Coastal Zones (LECZ) to SLR in changing oceans”. ECCWO-4 Workshop on “Quantifying thresholds in driver-response relationships to identify reference points”. The Bering Sea: Current status and recent trends. The Northeast Pacific: Current status and recent trends. The western North Pacific during the 2017/2018 cold season. Topic sessions and workshops at PICES-2018. Progress in Oceanography Special Commemorative Issue.
  • PICES Press, Vol. 26, No. 1, Winter 2018

    North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) (North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES)Sidney, British Columbia, 2018)
    PICES science in 2017: A note from the Science Board Chair. 2017 PICES awards. Capacity building: PICES scientists reach out to the next generation of oceanographers in Vladivostok. A MONITOR/TCODE Workshop on “The role of the northern Bering Sea in modulating the Arctic II”. New leadership in PICES. PICES Interns. An unusual gelatinous plankton event in the NE Pacific: The Great Pyrosome Bloom of 2017. Building international partnerships to enhance science-based ecosystem approaches. The Bering Sea: Current status and recent trends. The state of the western North Pacific during the 2017 warm season. Ocean acidification and carbon dioxide uptake in the global ocean. In remembrance of Dr. William T. Peterson. Call for Papers - William Peterson Commemorative Issue. Global Ocean Observing System – Biology and Ecosystems Panel report. OceanObs’19 call for Community White Paper abstracts. Calendar of events.
  • PICES Press, Vol. 25, No. 1, Winter 2017

    North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) (North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES)Sidney, British Columbia, 2017)
    PICES science in 2016: A note from the Science Board Chair (pp. 1-8); 2016 PICES awards (pp. 9-12); PICES calendar of events (pp. 13-13); Impressions of PICES from old friends (pp. 14-17); S-CCME Workshop W5, “Modeling effects of climate change on fish and fisheries (pp. 18-22); In memoriam: Professor Emeritus Paul J. Harrison (pp. 23-23); Workshop W9, “The role of the northern Bering Sea in modulating arctic environments” (pp. 24); A symposium to mark the 60th anniversary of Station Papa/Line P (pp. 28-29); To the interface and beyond: Results and legacy of SCOR Working Group 140 (pp. 30-31); Webcam monitoring and modeling of Japanese tsunami marine debris (pp. 32-35); Mapping patterns of marine debris in the main Hawaiian Islands using aerial imagery and spatial analysis (pp. 36-39); New leadership in PICES (pp. 40-44); PICES interns (pp. 45-45); The Bering Sea: Current status and recent trends (pp. 46-49); The state of the western North Pacific during the 2016 warm season (pp. 50-51)
  • PICES Press, Vol. 25, No. 2, Summer 2017

    North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) (North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES)Sidney, British Columbia, 2017)
    2017 Inter-sessional Science Board Meeting (pp. 1-4); Highlights from the FUTURE SSC’s 3rd Inter-sessional Meeting (pp. 5-6); WG 35 (WG-NPESR3) meets inter-sessionally in Honolulu (pp. 7-8); PICES/ICES International Symposium on “Drivers of dynamics of small pelagic fish resources” (pp. 9-12); SPF Workshop on “Environmental control of spatio-temporal changes in population size, distribution and migration of small pelagic fish in an ecosystem context” (pp. 13-15); SPF Workshop on “Methods and techniques for sampling and assessing small pelagic fish populations” (16-17); SPF Workshop on “Modeling migratory fish behavior and distribution” (pp. 18-19); SPF Workshop on “Recent advances in the life stage ecophysiology of small pelagic fish” (pp. 20-21); SPF Workshop on “Remote sensing and ecology of small pelagics” (pp. 22-23); SPF Workshop on “Simulation approaches of forage fish populations for management strategy evaluations” (pp. 24-26); An ICES/PICES Workshop on “Understanding the impacts and consequences of ocean acidification for commercial species and end-users” (pp. 27-28); The 26th International Hydrological Program (IHP) training course on “Coastal vulnerability andfreshwater discharge” (pp. 29-30); PICES/MAFF MarWeb project collaborates with the United Nations program on the development of Marine Protected Areas in Guatemala (pp. 31-34); Program of topic sessions and workshops at PICES-2017 (pp. 35-35); The 3rd PICES/ICES Early Career Scientist Conference takes place in Busan, Korea (pp. 36-39); The Bering Sea: Current status and recent trends (pp. 40-42); The state of the western North Pacific during the 2016 warm season (pp. 43-44)
  • PICES Press, Vol. 24, No. 2, Summer 2016

    North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) (North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES)Sidney, British Columbia, 2016)
    The 2016 Inter-sessional Science Board meeting: A note from the Science Board Chairman (pp. 1-3); PICES at the 9th International Conference on Marine Bioinvasions (pp. 4-6); The ICES/PICES 6th International Zooplankton Production Symposium (pp. 7-12); PICES/ICES Workshop on “Use of zooplankton indicators to characterize state of pelagic ecosystems” (pp. 13-14); PICES/ICES Workshop on “ICES/PICES cooperative research initiative” (pp. 15-16); PICES/ICES Workshop on “Zooplankton as a potential harvestable resource” (pp. 17-17); PICES/ICES Workshop on “A hands-on introduction to time series analysis, visualization and inter-comparison of plankton survey data” (pp. 18-20); PICES/ICES Workshop on “Toward a taxonomically-comprehensive global reference database for DNA barcodes of marine zooplankton” (pp. 21-23); MSEAS 2016—Understanding marine socio-ecological systems (pp. 24-25); The Little Green Bucket’s 10,000 mile journey (pp. 26-27); A community needs assessment for coastal Guatemala (pp. 28-31); GlobalHAB – a new initiative in the HAB community (pp. 32-32); IMBER – Synthesis and the way forward (pp. 33-35); GLODAPv2: Data synthesis product published at CDIAC (pp. 36-37); PICES calendar of upcoming events (pp.38-38); Important dates (pp. 39-39); PEEC 2016 – A West Coast conference (pp. 43-45); The Blob is gone (pp. 46-47); The state of the western North Pacific during the 2015/2016 cold season (pp. 48-50); The Bering Sea: Current status and recent trends (pp. 51-54)
  • PICES Press, Vol. 24, No. 1, Winter 2016

    North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) (North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES)Sidney, British Columbia, 2016)
    PICES science in 2015: A note from the Science Board Chairman (pp. 1-7); 2015 PICES awards (pp. 8-10); Face to face with oceanographers: PICES outreach (pp. 11-13); An update on the FUTURE science program (pp. 14-15); International Scientific Symposium on “Harmful algal blooms and climate change” (pp. 16-17); International Scientific Conference on “Our common future under climate change” (pp. 18-19); PICES/ICES Workshop on “Modelling effects of climate change on fish and fisheries” (pp. 20-23); The mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis on Japanese tsunami marine debris (pp. 24-28); Moving towards more sustainable shrimp and tilapia aquaculture in Karawang, Indonesia (pp. 29-30); New leadership in PICES (pp. 31-21); Alexander S. Bychkov – Connecting regional organizations on a global scale (pp. 33-33); Japanese translation of “Guide to Best Practices for Ocean CO2 Measurements” (pp. 34-34); Global ocean carbon dioxide (CO2) uptake: Distribution and temporal variation (pp. 35-35); For the e-bookshelf: “Impacts of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident on Fish and Fishing Grounds” (pp. 36-37); PICES interns (pp. 38-38); PICES calendar of events (pp. 39-39); The state of the western North Pacific during the 2015 warm season (pp. 40-41); The Bering Sea: Current status and recent trends (pp. 42-45); The Blob (Part Three): Going, going, gone? (pp. 46-48)
  • PICES Press, Vol. 23, No. 2, Summer 2015

    North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) (North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES)Sidney, British Columbia, 2015)
    The 2015 Inter-sessional Science Board meeting: A note from the Science Board Chairman (pp. 1-3); 2015 Symposium on “Effects of climate change on the world’s oceans” (pp. 4-7); 2015 Santos Joint BrOA and SOLAS Workshop (pp. 8-8); 2015 Santos Workshop on “Effects of climate change on the biologically-driven ocean carbon pumps” (pp. 9-11); 2015 Santos Workshop on “Upwelling systems under future climate change” (pp. 12-13); 2015 Santos Workshop on “Moving towards climate-ready fishery systems” (pp. 14-16); International Symposium on “Pacific salmon and steelhead production in a changing climate” (pp. 17-21); Mitigation of harmful algal blooms: The way forward (pp. 22-24); S-HAB contributions to FUTURE (pp. 25-27); A psychological perspective on “human well-being” (pp. 28-29); PICES calendar of events (pp-30-30); A good relationship between local communities and seafood diversity (pp. 31-31); Modeling the drift of marine debris generated by the 2011 tsunami in Japan (pp. 32-36); Opening of the Hakodate Research Center for Fisheries and Oceans (pp. 37-38); The state of the western North Pacific during the 2014/2015 cold season (pp. 39-40); The Bering Sea: Current status and recent trends (pp. 41-43); The warm Blob continues to dominate the ecosystem of the northern California Current (pp. 44-46); 2015 Pacific Ecology and Evolution Conference (pp. 47-48)
  • PICES Press, Vol. 23, No. 1, Winter 2015

    North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) (North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES)Sidney, British Columbia, 2015)
    PICES science in 2014: A note from the Science Board Chairman (pp. 1-5); 2014 PICES awards (pp. 6-8); Fisheries bycatch: Global issues and creative solutions (pp. 9-12); 2014 PICES Summer School: End-to-End models for marine resources management and research (pp. 13-17); Seabirds as early warning indicators of climate events in the Pacific (pp. 18-20); Japan launches a new, state-of-the-art training ship – the Oshoro Maru V (pp. 21-22); PICES calendar of events (pp. 23-23); Workshop W4 on “Networking ocean observatories around the North Pacific Ocean” (pp. 24-27); The impact of Japanese tsunami debris on North America (pp. 28-30); The state of the western North Pacific in the first half and warm season of 2014 (pp. 31-32); The Bering Sea: Current status and recent trends (pp. 33-35); The warm blob – Conditions in the northeastern Pacific Ocean (pp. 36-38); Changes in the Secretariat (pp. 39-46)
  • PICES Press, Vol. 22, No. 2, Summer 2014

    North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) (North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES)Sidney, British Columbia, 2014)
    FUTURE and the FUTURE Open Science Meeting— The future of FUTURE (pp. 1-2); 2014 Inter-sessional Science Board Meeting: A note (pp. 3-5); More attractive science ecosystem design for FUTURE and beyond: A personal view (pp. 6-8); OSM Session on “Identifying multiple pressures and system responses in North Pacific marine ecosystems” (pp. 9-10); OSM Session on “Regional climate modeling in the North Pacific” (pp. 11-11); OSM Session on “Challenges in communicating science and engaging the public” (pp. 12-15); OSM Sessions on “Ecosystem status, trends, and forecasts” and “Ecosystem resilience and vulnerability” (pp. 16-17); OSM Session on “Strategies for ecosystem management in a changing climate” (pp. 18-19); OSM Workshop on “Top predators as indicators of climate change” (pp. 20-23); OSM Workshop on “Bridging the divide between models and decision-making” (pp. 24-26); OSM Workshop on “Climate change and ecosystem-based management of living marine resources” (pp. 27-28); OSM Workshop on an “Ecosystem projection model inter-comparison and assessment of climate change impacts on global fish and fisheries” (29-34); ICES Symposium on the “Ecological basis of risk analysis for marine ecosystems” (pp. 35-38); Human dimensions in the Russian Federation (pp. 39-42); Microbial Culture Collection at the National Institute for Environmental Studies, Tsukuba, Japan (pp. 43-45); The Bering Sea: Current status and recent trends (pp. 46-48); The state of the western North Pacific in the second half of 2013 (pp. 49-50); Unusual warming in the Gulf of Alaska (pp. 51-52); Obituary – Dr. Toshiro Saino (pp. 53-55); Program of topic sessions and workshops at PICES-2014 (pp. 56-56); 3rd International Symposium on “Effects of climate change on the world’s oceans” (pp. 57-57); PICES Interns (pp. 58-58)
  • PICES Press, Vol. 22, No. 1, Winter 2014

    North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) (North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES)Sidney, British Columbia, 2014)
    2013 PICES Science: A Note from the Science Board Chairman (pp. 1-5); 2013 PICES Awards (pp. 6-8); Workshop on “Comparison of Size-based and Species-based Ecosystem Models” (pp.9-11); Workshop on “Identifying Mechanisms Linking Physical Climate and Ecosystem Change” (pp. 12-14); Navigating Change: Well-being, Values and the Management of Marine Social-Ecological Systems (pp. 15-19); 8th International Conference on Marine Bioinvasions (pp. 20-21); Second Regional Climate Modeling Workshop (pp. 22-23); PICES Summer School on “Ocean Observing Systems and Ecosystem Monitoring” (pp. 24-27); NOWPAP–PICES Joint Training Course on “Remote Sensing Data Analysis” (pp. 28-29); 6th SOLAS Summer School (pp. 30-32); News of the Northeast Pacific Ocean (pp. 33-35); The Bering Sea: Current Status and Recent Trends (pp. 36-39); The State of the Western North Pacific in the First Half of 2013 (pp. 40-42); New Chairmen in PICES (pp. 43-48); News from the PICES Secretariat (pp. 49-52)
  • Annual report 2007 - North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES). Sixteenth meeting, Victoria, Canada, October 26-November 5, 2007

    North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) (North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES)Sidney, British Columbia, 2008-07)
    Report of Opening Session (p. 1). Report of Governing Council (p. 15).Report of the Finance and Administration Committee (p. 65). Reports of Science Board and Committees:Science Board Inter-Sessional Meeting (p. 83);Science Board (p. 93); Biological Oceanography Committee (p. 105); Fishery Science Committee (p. 117);Marine Environmental Quality Committee (p. 129);Physical Oceanography and Climate Committee (p. 139);Technical Committee on Data Exchange (p. 145);Technical Committee on Monitoring (p. 153). Reports of Sections, Working and Study Groups:Section on Carbon and Climate (p. 161);Section on Ecology of Harmful Algal Blooms in the North Pacific (p. 167);Working Group 19 on Ecosystem-based Management Science and its Application to the North Pacific (p. 173);Working Group 20 on Evaluations of Climate Change Projections (p. 179);Working Group 21 on Non-indigenous Aquatic Species (p. 183);Study Group to Develop a Strategy for GOOS (p. 193);Study Group on Ecosystem Status Reporting (p. 203);Study Group on Marine Aquaculture and Ranching in the PICES Region (p. 213);Study Group on Scientific Cooperation between PICES and Non-member Countries (p. 225). Reports of the Climate Change and Carrying Capacity Program:Implementation Panel on the CCCC Program (p. 229);CFAME Task Team (p. 235);MODEL Task Team (p. 241).Reports of Advisory Panels: Advisory Panel for a CREAMS/PICES Program in East Asian Marginal Seas (p. 249);Advisory Panel on Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey in the North Pacific (p. 253);Advisory Panel on Iron Fertilization Experiment in the Subarctic Pacific Ocean (p. 255);Advisory Panel on Marine Birds and Mammals (p. 261);Advisory Panel on Micronekton Sampling Inter-calibration Experiment (p. 265).2007 Review of PICES Publication Program (p. 269). Guidelines for PICES Temporary Expert Groups (p. 297). Summary of Scientific Sessions and Workshops (p. 313). Report of the ICES/PICES Conference for Early Career Scientists (p. 355). Membership (p. 367). Participants (p. 387). PICES Acronyms (p. 413). Acronyms (p. 415).
  • Annual report 2006 - North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES). Fifteenth meeting, Yokohama, Japan, October 13-22, 2006

    North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) (North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES)Sidney, British Columbia, 2007-05)
    ◾ Report of Opening Session (p. 1) ◾ Report of Governing Council (p. 15) ◾ Report of the Finance and Administration Committee (p. 47) ◾ Reports of Science Board and Committees:Science Board Inter-sessional Meeting (p. 63); Science Board (p. 73); Biological Oceanography Committee (p. 87);Fishery Science Committee (p. 95);Marine Environmental Quality Committee (p. 105);MONITOR Technical Committee (p. 115);Physical Oceanography and Climate Committee (p. 125);Technical Committee on Data Exchange (p. 133)◾ Reports of Sections, Working and Study Groups:Section on Carbon and Climate (p. 139);Section on Ecology of Harmful Algal Blooms in the North Pacific (p. 143);Working Group 18 on Mariculture in the 21st Century - The Intersection Between Ecology, Socio-economics and Production (p. 147);Working Group 19 on Ecosystem-Based Management Science and its Application to the North Pacific (p. 151);Working Group 20 on Evaluations of Climate Change Projections (p. 157);Working Group 21 on Non-indigenous Aquatic Species (p. 159);Study Group to Develop a Strategy for GOOS (p. 165)◾ Reports of the Climate Change and Carrying Capacity Scientific Program:Implementation Panel on the CCCC Program (p. 169);CFAME Task Team (p. 175);MODEL Task Team (p. 181) ◾ Reports of Advisory Panels:Advisory Panel for a CREAMS/PICES Program in East Asian Marginal Seas (p. 187);Advisory Panel on Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey in the North Pacific (p. 193);Advisory Panel on Iron Fertilization Experiment in the Subarctic Pacific Ocean (p. 197);Advisory Panel on Marine Birds and Mammals (p. 201);Advisory Panel on Micronekton Sampling Inter-calibration Experiment (p. 205)◾ Summary of Scientific Sessions and Workshops (p. 209)◾ Membership List (p. 259)◾ List of Participants (p. 277)◾ List of PICES Acronyms (p. 301)◾ List of Acronyms (p. 303)
  • PICES Press, Vol. 16, No. 1, January 2008

    North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) (North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES)Sidney, British Columbia, 2008)
    ◾PICES Science in 2007 (pdf, 0.1 Mb)◾2007 Wooster Award (pdf, 0.1 Mb)◾FUTURE - A milestone reached but our task is not done (pdf, < 0.1 Mb)◾International symposium on "Reproductive and Recruitment Processes of Exploited Marine Fish Stocks" (pdf, 0.1 Mb)◾Recent results of the micronekton sampling inter-calibration experiment (pdf, 0.1 Mb)◾2007 PICES workshop on "Measuring and monitoring primary productivity in the North Pacific" (pdf, 0.1 Mb)◾2007 Harmful Algal Bloom Section annual workshop events (pdf, 0.1 Mb) ◾A global approach for recovery and sustainability of marine resources in Large Marine Ecosystems (pdf, 0.3 Mb)◾Highlights of the PICES Sixteenth Annual Meeting (pdf, 0.4 Mb)◾Ocean acidification of the North Pacific Ocean (pdf, 0.3 Mb)◾Workshop on NE Pacific Coastal Ecosystems (2008 Call for Salmon Survival Forecasts) (pdf, 0.1 Mb)◾The state of the western North Pacific in the first half of 2007 (pdf, 0.4 Mb)◾PICES Calendar (pdf, 0.4 Mb)◾The Bering Sea: Current status and recent events (pdf, 0.3 Mb)◾PICES Interns (pdf, 0.3 Mb)◾Recent trends in waters of the subarctic NE Pacific (pdf, 0.3 Mb)◾Election results at PICES (pdf, 0.2 Mb)◾A new PICES award for monitoring and data management activities (pdf, < 0.1 Mb)
  • PICES Press, Vol. 21, No. 2, Summer 2013

    North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) (North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES)Sidney, British Columbia, 2013)
    •The 2013 Inter-sessional Science Board Meeting: A Note from the Science Board Chairman (pp. 1-4)•ICES/PICES Workshop on Global Assessment of the Implications of Climate Change on the Spatial Distribution of Fish and Fisheries (pp. 5-8)•PICES participates in a Convention on Biological Diversity Regional Workshop (pp. 9-11)•Social and Economic Indicators for Status and Change within North Pacific Ecosystems (pp. 12-13)•The Fourth International Jellyfish Bloom Symposium (pp. 14-15)•Workshop on Radionuclide Science and Environmental Quality in the North Pacific (pp. 16-17)•PICES-MAFF Project on Marine Ecosystem Health and Human Well-Being: Indonesia Workshop (pp. 18-19)•Socioeconomic Indicators for United States Fisheries and Fishing Communities (pp. 20-23)•Harmful Algal Blooms in a Changing World (pp. 24-25, 27)•Enhancing Scientific Cooperation between PICES and NPAFC (pp. 26-27)•Workshop on Marine Biodiversity Conservation and Marine Protected Areas in the Northwest Pacific (pp. 28-29)•The State of the Western North Pacific in the Second Half of 2012 (pp. 30-31)•Stuck in Neutral in the Northeast Pacific Ocean (pp. 32-33)•The Bering Sea: Current Status and Recent Trends (pp. 34-36)•For your Bookshelf (p. 37)•Howard Freeland takes home Canadian awards (p. 38)
  • PICES Press, Vol. 21, No. 1, Winter 2013

    North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) (North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES)Sidney, British Columbia, 2013)
    •2012 PICES Science: A Note from the Science Board Chairman (pp. 1-6)◾2012 PICES Awards (pp. 7-9)◾GLOBEC/PICES/ICES ECOFOR Workshop (pp. 10-15)◾ICES/PICES Symposium on “Forage Fish Interactions” (pp. 16-18)◾The Yeosu Declaration, the Yeosu Declaration Forum and the Yeosu Project (pp. 19-23)◾2013 PICES Calendar (p. 23)◾Why Do We Need Human Dimensions for the FUTURE Program? (pp. 24-25)◾New PICES MAFF-Sponsored Project on “Marine Ecosystem Health and Human Well-Being” (pp. 26-28)◾The Bering Sea: Current Status and Recent Trends (pp. 29-31)◾Continuing Cool in the Northeast Pacific Ocean (pp. 32, 35)◾The State of the Western North Pacific in the First Half of 2012 (pp. 33-35)◾New Leadership in PICES (pp. 36-39)
  • PICES Press, Vol. 20, No. 1, Winter 2012

    North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) (North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES)Sidney, British Columbia, 2012)
    •2011 PICES Science: A Note from the Science Board Chairman (pp. 1-6)•2011 PICES Awards (pp. 7-9)•Beyond the Terrible Disaster of the Great East Japan Earthquake (pp. 10-12)•A New Era of PICES-ICES Scientific Cooperation (p. 13)•New PICES Jellyfish Working Group Formed (pp. 14-15)•PICES Working Group on North Pacific Climate Variability (pp. 16-18)•Final U.S. GLOBEC Symposium and Celebration (pp. 19-25)•2011 PICES Rapid Assessment Survey (pp. 26-29)•Introduction to Rapid Assessment Survey Methodologies for Detecting Non-indigenous Marine Species (pp. 30-31)•The 7th International Conference on Marine Bioinvasions (pp. 32-33)•NOWPAP/PICES/WESTPAC Training Course on Remote Sensing Data Analysis (pp. 34-36)•PICES-2011 Workshop on “Trends in Marine Contaminants and their Effects in a Changing Ocean” (pp. 37-39)•The State of the Western North Pacific in the First Half of 2011 (pp. 40-42)•Yeosu Symposium theme sessions (p. 42)•The Bering Sea: Current Status and Recent Events (pp. 43-44)•News of the Northeast Pacific Ocean (pp. 45-47)•Recent and Upcoming PICES Publications (p. 47)•New leadership for the PICES Fishery Science Committee (p. 48)

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