Oral presentations

17 September 2018, Monday

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Opening Session

Welcome Speech
(Xiuzhen Li)

Remarks by East China Normal University Delegates
(Subin Wang)

Remarks by CJK IMBeR Symposium Organizing Committee Delegates
(Sinjae Yoo, Hiroaki Saito)

Sinjae Yoo

Progress of IMBeR Project
John Claydon

John Claydon

CJK IMBeR Symposium: past, present, and future
Ying Wu

Ying Wu
09:50-10:20 Group Photo & Morning tea

Session 1: Advances in observation and modelling of physical and biogeochemical processes in the West Pacific region

Conveners: Hui Wu, Gi Hoon Hong

Keynote speech
10:20-10:50 BGC-Argo observations and physical-biogeochemical modeling in Northwest Pacific | Fei Chai Fei Chai
10:50-11:20 The history of Kuroshio studies, the progress and emerging issues | Hiroaki Saito N/A
Paper presentation
11:20-11:35 Seasonal variations in nutrients and biogenic particles in the upper and lower layers of East China Sea Shelf and their export to adjacent seas | Xinyu Guo N/A
11:35-11:50 Variability and mechanisms of seasonal hypoxia off the Changjiang Estuary, China | Feng Zhou Feng Zhou
11:50-12:05 Physical control on the biogeochemical processes in the Changjiang River estuary | Zhaoru Zhang Zhaoru Zhang
12:05-14:00 Lunch
14:00-14:15 Variability of particle export in the northwestern Pacific | Peng Xiu* N/A
14:15-14:30 Transport and transformation of nitrate in the Changjiang Estuary | Shan Jiang Shan Jiang
14:30-14:45 Nutrient supply to the euphotic layer in the Kuroshio and Kuroshio Extension | Yingying Hu N/A
14:45-15:00 The impact of cyclonic- and anticyclonic- mesoscale eddies on biogeochemistry of dissolved and particulate organic matter in the northern slope of South China Sea | Miao Zhang N/A
15:00-15:15 Tracing external sources of nutrients in the East China Sea and evaluating their contributions to primary production | Jing Zhang N/A
15:15-15:35 Afternoon tea
15:35-15:50 Characterizing photochemical and optical properties of terrigenous dissolved organic matter in Otsuchi Bay, Japan | Chia-Jung Lu N/A
15:50-16:05 Transient hypoxia extent off Changjiang River Estuary due to mobile Changjiang diluted water | Wenxia Zhang Wenxia Zhang
16:05-16:20 Isotopic constraints on biogeochemical cycling of selenium in the East China Sea | Yan Chang N/A
16:20-16:35 Atmospheric deposition of 7Be, 210Pb and 210Po during typhoons and thunderstorm in Shanghai, China and global data synthesis | Juan Du Juan Du
16:35-16:50 Recent surface cooling in the Yellow and East China Seas in association with the North Pacific climate regime shift in 1997/98 | Chan Joo Jang Chan Joo Jang
17:00-19:00 Poster Session (Snacks and Drinks)

18 September 2018, Tuesday

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Session 2: The response of marine ecosystems to natural and anthropogenic forcing: past, present and future

Conveners: Ying Wu, Thamasak Yeemin

Keynote speech
08:30-09:00 A critical re-assessment of the primary productivity of the Yellow Sea, East China Sea and Sea of Japan/East Sea Large Marine Ecosystems | Sinjae Yoo Sinjae Yoo
09:00-09:30 Ocean acidification from below in the tropical Pacific | Masao Ishii N/A
Paper presentation
09:30-09:45 Potential impact of typhoon on the planktonic ecosystem in the Yellow Sea | Jung-Hoon Kang N/A
09:45-10:00 Evaluation and prediction of the influences of ocean acidification to the subarctic coast | Masahiko Fujii Masahiko Fujii
10:00-10:15 Effect of seasonal acidification on CaCO3 cycling in the Yellow Sea | Weidong Zhai Weidong Zhai
10:15-10:30 Comparative study on the chronology in the sediment of estuary by multi-radionuclides | Jinzhou Du Jinzhou Du
10:30-10:50 Morning tea
10:50-11:05 Decadal changes in East China Sea and Southern Yellow Sea ecosystem | Christina Eunjin Kong N/A
11:05-11:20 Interannual variability in the chlorophyll concentrations on the Mid-Atlantic Bight along northeast United States | Yi Xu Yi Xu
11:20-11:35 High net growth of phytoplankton under the serious nitrogen limitation in subtropical North Pacific Ocean | Siyu Jiang Siyu Jiang
11:35-11:50 Vertical distribution of planktonic ciliates in the oceanic and slope areas of the western Pacific Ocean | Wuchang Zhang Wuchang Zhang
11:50-12:05 Impact of river discharge on the primary productivity and its contribution to the biological productivity in the Indus delta creeks and shelf area | Samina Kidwai Samina Kidwai
12:05-12:20 Implementation of ecosystem based coastal resilience management program for minimize the hazards impacts to the coastal communities in Sri Lanka | Anil Premaratne [moved from Session 3] Anil Premaratne
12:20-14:00 Lunch

Session 2: The response of marine ecosystems to natural and anthropogenic forcing: past, present and future

Conveners: Sinjae Yoo, Masao Ishii

14:00-14:30 Managing ecotourism on coral reefs and underwater pinnacles in the Western Gulf of Thailand | Thamasak Yeemin Thamasak Yeemin
Paper presentation
14:30-14:45 Black coral as a new environmental recorder: the iron profiles in coral skeleton from Sanya Bay over the past century | Dan Wu N/A
14:45-15:00 Lagrangian study of cross-slope transport and its role on phytoplankton bloom in the Northern South China Sea | Ziyuan Hu Ziyuan Hu
15:00-15:15 Spatial and temporal variations of nutrients and chlorophyll a in River Indus, Indus Delta, and adjacent Arabian Sea | Waqar Ahmed N/A
15:15-15:35 Afternoon tea
15:35-15:50 Organic matter input from rivers into coastal waters of Sarawak and related GHG emissions: an overview of ongoing work | Moritz Müeller Moritz Müeller
15:50-16:05 Origin and fate of particulate organic matter in a small tropical river - Zuari River, India with special reference to amino acids | Dearlyn Fernandes N/A
16:05-16:20 Diel observation for amino acids enantiomers in the South China Sea slope | Zhuoyi Zhu N/A
16:20-16:35 Trophic interactions of mesopelagic fishes in the South China Sea from the perspective of stable isotopes and fatty acids | Fuqiang Wang N/A
16:35-17:00 Meet the Editors | Acta Oceanologica Sinica Jing Zhou
19:00 IMBeR Dinner

19 September 2018, Wednesday

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Session 3: Responses of Society to global change in marine systems: ways forward

Conveners: Yinji Li, Richard Bellerby

Keynote speech
08:30-09:00 Why Human Dimensions today? The meaning of integration of natural science and social science | Mitsutaku Makino Mitsutaku Makino
09:00-09:30 Towards a common framework for marginal social-ecological system research | Richard Bellerby Richard Bellerby
Paper presentation
09:30-09:45 The future of fishes and fisheries in the Western Pacific Biosphere under the changing ocean | Vicky Wing Yee Lam N/A
09:45-10:00 Potentiality of IMBeR-ADApT framework for coastal governance in Northeast Asia Seas | Yinji Li N/A
10:00-10:15 Joint management of local fishery in Japan and its performance evaluation: a case study of the Sarufutsu Village in Hokkaido | Yao Wei Yao Wei
10:15-10:35 Morning tea
10:35-10:50 The development of coastal governance in Japan | Xiang Gao N/A
10:50-11:05 Factors influencingthe resilience of small-scale fishers in the Gulf of Thailand | Suvaluck Satumanatpan Suvaluck Satumanatpan
11:05-11:20 Meet the Editors | Anthropocene Coasts Wenjing Xie
Discussions & Session 3 Wrap up


Mitsutaku Makino, Yinji Li, Richard Bellerby

11:40-11:55 8th CJK IMBeR Symposium – Closing Address
12:20-14:00 Lunch

The IMBeR Human Dimensions Training Course:

Responses of society to global changes in marine system

Yinji Li, Mitsutaku Makino, Ling Cao, Gi Hoon Hong

* Presentation cancelled due to speaker's personal reasons