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n°95 - March 2016

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  • Special IMBER Session at the 7th World Fisheries Congress (23-27 May 2016, Busan, Korea)
    7th WFC
    Special IMBER session: How can natural science and social science research be integrated into science advice so that it is useful to policy makers and the broader society?
    Early registration deadline: extended to 30 March 2016
    More info: http://www.wfc2016.or.kr/english/02_program/02_program.asp
  • The deadline to apply to attend the IMBER ClimEco5 summer school is 31 March
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    The IMBER ClimEco5 summer school in Brazil from 10-17 August 2016
    Towards more resilient oceans: Predicting and projecting future changes in the ocean and their impacts on human societies
    Students and early-career researchers (PhD after 2006) in natural and social sciences, who are interested in modelling and interpreting change in global oceans and the resultant social and economic effects are encouraged to apply. If you are interested in finding practical ways of dealing with the challenges arising from working across social and natural science disciplines, and communicating with decision makers, then this is the summer school for you!
    Don’t delay - apply now! For more information see:
    http://www.imber.info/index.php/Early-Career/IMBER-Summer-Schools/ClimEco5-August-2016-Natal-Brazil

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  • Becker M., Andersen N., Erlenkeuser H., Tanhua T., Humphreys M. P. & Körtzinger A. 2016. An Internally Consistent Dataset of δ13C-DIC Data in the North Atlantic Ocean. ORNL/CDIAC-162, NDP-096. Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US Department of Energy, Oak Ridge, Tennessee. doi: 10.3334/CDIAC/OTG.NAC13v1
    http://cdiac.ornl.gov/oceans/ndp_096/NAC13v1.html
  • Koenigstein S., Mark F.C., Gößling-Reisemann S., Reuter H. & Pörtner H.-O. 2016. Modelling climate change impacts on marine fish populations: Process-based integration of ocean warming, acidification and other environmental drivers. Fish and Fisheries. doi: 10.1111/faf.12155
    http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/faf.12155/abstract
  • Reum J.C.P., Alin S.R., Harvey C.J., Bednaršek N., Evans W., Feely R.A., Hales B., Lucey N., Mathis J.T., McElhany P., Newton J. & Sabine C.L. 2016. Interpretation and design of ocean acidification experiments in upwelling systems in the context of carbonate chemistry co-variation with temperature and oxygen. ICES J. Mar. Sci. 73 (3): 582-595. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsu231
    http://icesjms.oxfordjournals.org/content/73/3/582

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