4th CLIOTOP Symposium
Location: National Taiwan Ocean University, Keelung, Taiwan
Oceanic biodiversity under climate change: shifts in natural and human systems
Increased pressure is being placed on wildlife as our global climate changes, habitats are modified and resources are consumed. Understanding the function of species and populations in ecosystems, their key habitats and resource requirements and their capacity to adapt to a changing environment are essential in the management of ecosystems.
The Fourth CLIOTOP Symposium aims to:
- Evaluate the responses to and impacts of climate variability and change on marine top predator species and their food chains, and dependent socio-economic and management systems over short to longer time scales.
- Identify risk assessment and evaluation tools that incorporate climate variability in order to improve sustainable resource management (conservation, fisheries, spatial planning, etc.).
- Develop and evaluate adaptation and mitigation strategies at the single species, multi-species and ecosystem scales that address the cumulative nature of pressures (e.g. climate change, tourism, noise, pollution, fishing) placed on top predators and the ecosystems that support them.
- Early bird registration and abstracts open: February 2018
- Deadline for abstracts: 31 May 2018
- Acceptance of abstracts: 30 June 2018
- Early bird registration closes: 31 May 2018
- Registration closes: 30 September 2018
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