ices s sym mposiu um

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Migration timing of fin whales monitored by passive acoustic method in the southern Chukchi Sea, K. Tsujii [et al.] . Predator-prey dynamics: Micronekton schooling inside the deep scattering layer in response to foraging Risso's dolphins, K. 9-52, Ashihara, NIshinomiya, Hyougo, 662-8580, Japan.

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                ICE S M A R O C E M A N 252 8 N AN T some a B O O S SY M R INE E C E AN IN T N AGE M 8 M AY 20 TES , FRA N acoustic s O K OF A M POSI U C OSYS T T ERIO R M ENT 015 NCE sscienc e A BSTRA U M T EM A C R IN S U P sconfor g C TS COUS T PPORT g T ICS – O OF IN T O BSER V T EGRA T V ING T H T ED H E We tha n   nk the follo wwing comme rcial sponsor s        s for their s uuppor t: Symposium Overview Marine ecosystem acoustics is an approach that utilizes acoustics as the primary tool for understanding, assessing, and monitoring marine ecosystems The approach holds the potential of becoming a principal contributor to operational Ecosystem Based Manage ment (EBM) It is part of the strategy to move towards integrated management within ICES, but also elsewhere The potential of marine ecosystem acoustics cannot be realized without systematic cross disciplinary interactions and cooperation within fields su ch as fisheries acoustics, physics, engineering, biology, oceanography, ecology, and ecosystem modelling The ability of acoustics to resolve ecosystem processes at the spatio temporal scales at which they occur fosters improved and new e cosystem understan ding, such as quantification of physical forcing and biological responses, and patterns in prey predator distribution and interactions, which are a prerequisite for EBM The primary aim of this symposium is to bring together scientists and ideas from vario us fields to facilitate and catalyze interdisciplinary interactions with acoustics as the central tool to further the development of marine ecosystem acoustics The Symposium will review and discuss recent developments in acoustic methods and technologies used to characterize and manage marine and freshwater ecosystems Particular emphasis will be placed on technologies used to measure diverse aspects of the aquatic environment, techniques for data analysis, and the integration of multiple data sets to elu cidate functional ecological relationships and processes Contemporary challenges and future directions of these objectives will be identified This is the 7th ICES sponsored Symposium on Fisheries Acoustics and Technology investigating aquatic ecosystems Previous symposia were held in Bergen, Norway (1973, 1982, and 2008), in Seattle, USA (1987), in Aberdeen, Scotland (1995), and in Montpellier, France (2002) The Symposium is organized around three main themes: 1 Recent developments in acoustic sensor and platform technologies 2 Acoustic characterization of aquatic organisms, ecosystem structure, and ecosystem processes 3 The contribution of acoustics to integrated ecosystem assessments and management Several sessions are set up for each main theme Keynote s peakers will give talks on the major themes Symposium Convenors Nils Olav Handegard, Institute of Marine Research, Norway Verena Trenkel, Institut Francais de Recherche Pour l’Exploration de la Mer, France Tom Weber, University of New Hampshire, USA Sc ientific Steering Committee: Kelly Benoit Bird, Oregon State Universeity, USA Alex De Robertis, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration , USA Harald Gjøsæter, Institute of Marine Research, Norway Rudy Kloser, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation , Australia Anne Lebourges Dhaussy, Institut de recherche pour le développement , France Pierre Petitgas, Institut français de recherche pour l'exploitation de la mer, France Xianyong Zhao, Yellow Sea Fisheries Research Institute, China Keynote Addresses Advances in Platforms and Sensor Technologies t o Support Integrated Management Jules S Jaffe, Marine Physical

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