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Climate impacts on oceanic top predators symposium

Monday 3 December 08:00

Registration

09:00

Patrick Lehodey, Olivier Maury, Felipe Galván-Magaña, Directors of CICIMAR and CIBNOR Symposium opening

09:30

Cisco Werner Introductory keynote presentation

10:00

Robert K. Cowen, David E. Richardson, Joel K. Llopiz, Cedric M. Guigand and Su Sponaugle Advances in the study of billfish early life history (WG1-OP1)

10:15

Joel K. Llopiz, Robert K. Cowen, David E. Richardson and Elizabeth M. Crompton The trophic ecologies and prey environment of larval billfishes, tunas and mackerels: linkages and vulnerabilities for a greater predictive capacity (WG1-OP2)

10:30

Rogelio González-Armas and Emilio J. Beier-Martin Striped marlin and sailfish larvae and their distribution based on the POCM-4C (WG1-OP3)

10:45

Francisco Alemany, Alberto García, Luis Quintanilla, Pedro Vélez-Belchí, Dolores Cortés, Jose Maria Rodríguez, Maria Luz Fernández, Cesar González-Pola and Jose Luis LópezJurado Abundance and distribution of tuna larvae off the Balearic Islands in relation to hydrographical features and environmental variables (WG1-OP4)

11:00

Coffee

11:30

Andre M. Boustany, Barbara A. Block and Patrick N. Halpin A tail of two oceans: movement patterns of bluefin tuna in relation to oceanographic processes in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans (WG2-OP1)

11:45

Sophie Bestley, Francis Marsac and John Gunn The influence of seasonal ocean dynamics on southern bluefin tuna migrations (WG2-OP2)

12:00

Brittany S. Graham, Robert J. Olson, Valerie Allain, Brian Popp, Felipe Galván-Magaña and Brian D. Fry Applying stable isotope techniques to determine residency and net movements of tropical tunas in the equatorial Pacific Ocean (WG2-OP3)

12:15

Jean-Marc Fromentin METROPOLIS: a European multidisciplinary research programme on Atlantic bluefin tuna (WG2-OP4)

12:30

Lunch

13:30

Evan A. Howell, Donald R. Hawn and Jeffrey J. Polovina A comparison of bigeye tuna vertical and horizontal behaviour across time and space in the North Pacific Ocean (WG2-OP5)

13:45

Scott A. Aalbers, Sofía Ortega-García, Diego Bernal, Nick C. Wegner, Dan W. Fuller and Chugey Jesus A. Sepulveda Fine-scale vertical movement patterns of the wahoo, Acanthocybium solandri off of Baja California Sur (WG2-OP6)

14:00

Frédéric Ménard, Michel Potier, Anne Lorrain, Richard Sabatié, Yves Cherel, Evgeny V. Romanov and Francis Marsac Trophic ecology of several tropical top predators: a comparative approach between the Indian and the Atlantic oceans (WG3-OP1)

14:15

William F. Gilly and Unai Markaida Dosidicus gigas, the jumbo squid, as predator and prey in the Gulf of California (WG3-OP2)

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14:30

Raúl E. Díaz Gamboa and Diane Gendron Trophic relationships of teutophagous cetaceans and the Jumbo squid Dosidicus gigas in the Gulf of California (WG3-OP3)

14:45

Ron K. O’Dor Using the Ocean Tracking Network to understand squid-dominated ecosystems (WG3-OP4)

15:00

Coffee

15:30

Jock W. Young, Robert J. Olson, Valerie Allain, Jeffrey Dambacher and Alistair J. Hobday Latitudinal variation in food webs leading to top predators in the Pacific Ocean (WG3-OP5)

15:45

Ainhoa Lezama, Guillermo Boyra, Xabier Irigoien and Haritz Arrizabalaga Spatio temporal variability of tuna prey fields in the Bay of Biscay as inferred from acoustic surveys (WG3-OP6)

16:00

Alain Fonteneau An overview of uncertainties in past and present assessment of tuna stocks (WG4-OP1)

16:15

Coleen L. Moloney and Michael A. St John Top predators in end to end food webs: current gaps and future challenges (WG4-OP2)

16:30

Vamara Koné, Olivier Aumont, Marina Lévy and Laure Resplandy Linking sea-colour to near-surface ocean dynamics in the Indian Ocean (WG4-OP3)

16:45

Tristan Rouyer Environmental noise and tuna fluctuations (WG4-OP4)

17:00

Poster session (group 1)

19:00

Welcome reception

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Tuesday 4 December 09:00

Jane R. Mbendo Challenges of managing tuna in the western Indian Ocean region (WG5-OP1)

09:15

Alistair McIlgorm Economic impacts of climate change on sustainable fishery management; an Australian-western Pacific perspective (WG5-OP2)

09:30

Frank R. Alcock Property rights within RFMOs (WG5-OP3)

09:45

Minling Pan and Shichao Li Fisheries regulation designs in response to climate variation: a case study of the Hawaii-based longline swordfish fishery (WG5-OP4)

10:00

Ramón Jiménez-Toribio and Juan José García-del-Hoyo Tuna farming in the Mediterranean Sea and the final days of the Spanish tuna trap fishery (WG5-OP5)

10:15

Remi Mongruel, Patrice Guillotreau and Ramón Jiménez-Toribio Tuna species and products differentiation: who leads the market? (WG5-OP6)

10:30

Coffee

11:00

Nathan Mantua Patterns of variablity, predictability, and scenarios for change in the tropical and temperate oceans (CS1-INV1)

11:30

William J. Sydeman Local effects of climate change: upwelling, ice, food webs and seabird archipelagos

12:00

Shingo Kimura, Yoshiki Kato and Takashi Kitagawa Fluctuation in spawning environment of Pacific bluefin tuna with global warming and their ecological response (CS1-OP1)

12:15

Rubén Rodríguez-Sánchez, Sofía Ortega-García and Arturo Tripp-Valdez Decadal variation of northern Pacific bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus) caught in the eastern Pacific and the abundance of putative prey in the California Current system (CS1-OP2)

12:30

Lunch

13:30

Jeffrey J. Polovina and Melanie Abecassis A new view of the North Pacific from satellite-estimated primary productivity over the past decade with implications for large pelagic animals (CS1-OP3)

13:45

Alistair J. Hobday Ensemble analysis of climate models to predict changes in distribution of apex pelagic predators in Australian waters (CS1-OP4)

14:00

Ana Corbineau, Tristan Touyer, Jean-Marc Fromentin, Bernard Cazelles and Frédéric Ménard Patterns of variability in tuna catches and CPUE time series: a comparative approach between the Indian and the Atlantic Oceans (CS1-OP5)

14:15

Florence Dufour, Haritz Arrizabalaga, Xabier Irigoien and Josu Santiago Phenology and distribution of albacore (Thunnus alalunga) and Bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus) catches in the northeast Atlantic and their relationship with climate variability (CS1-OP6)

14:30

Jose Luis Castro-Ortiz and Ernesto A. Chavez-Ortiz Impact of global change on top predators of eastern Pacific fisheries (CS1-OP7)

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14:45

Francis Marsac, Tom Nishida and Alain Fonteneau Compared responses of purse seine and longline tuna fisheries to climatic anomalies in the Indian Ocean since 1980 (CS1-OP8)

15:00

Coffee

15:30

Francisco Arreguin-Sanchez, Victor H. Cruz-Escalona, Luis A. Salcido-Guevara, Manuel J. Zetina-Rejón, Iván Loeza and Rocío Ronzón-Rodríguez Do sharks response to global change follow similar patterns? An ecosystem based exploration (CS1-OP9)

15:45

Douglas C. Biggs and A.E. Jochens Interannual variability in encounters with sperm whales in the northern Gulf of Mexico has teleconnection links to monthly averaged PDO and AMO climatic indices (CS1-OP10)

16:00

Erik W. Chapman, William R. Fraser and Eileen E. Hofmann Factors affecting growth and fledging mass of Adélie penguin chicks off the western Antarctic Peninsula (CS1-OP11)

16:15

Patrick Lehodey, Inna Senina, John Sibert, Laurent Bopp and Beatriz Calmettes Preliminary forecasts of population trends for Pacific bigeye tuna under the SRESA2 IPCC scenario (CS1-OP12)

16:30

Vincent S. Saba, James R. Spotila, Francisco P. Chavez and John A. Musick Bottom-up and climatic forcing on the worldwide population of leatherback turtles (CS1-OP13)

16:45

Rui Rosa and Brad A. Seibel The predicted impact of ocean acidification on the physiology of a top predator squid, Dosidicus gigas (CS1-OP14)

17:00

Poster session (group 1)

18:00

SSC, WG1 and WG3 meetings

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Wednesday 5 December 09:00

Yosuke Tanaka, Keisuke Satoh, Harumi Yamada and Satohi Shiozawa Survival process of larval Pacific bluefin tuna in relation to their growth and nutritional condition in the northwestern Pacific Ocean (WG1-OP5)

09:15

Daniel Margulies, Jeanne B. Wexler, Vernon P. Scholey and Maria Santiago Studies of the early life history of tunas: experimental and field investigations (WG1-OP6)

09:30

Dolores Cortés, Teodoro T. Ramirez, Alberto García, Francisco Alemany, J. Pedro P. Alvarez and Jose J. Quintanilla Interannual variability (2003-2005) of nutritional condition of field-caught larval bluefin measured by RNA/DNA index in the Balearic Sea (WG1-OP7)

09:45

Patrizio Mariani, Brian R. MacKenzie, Maurizio Ribera and Alexandra Bozec Modelling retention dispersion mechanisms of bluefin tuna eggs and larvae in the Balearic area (WG1-OP8)

10:00

Toshiyuki Tanabe Distribution patterns of tuna juveniles in relation to oceanographic structure of the tropical western Pacific (WG1-OP9)

10:15

Yoshiki Kato, Takashi Kitagawa and Shingo Kimura Effect of oceanic turbulence on bluefin tuna larvae (WG1-OP10)

10:30

Coffee

11:00

Scott A. Shaffer, Daniel P. Costa, Michael J. Weise, Carey A. Kuhn, Patrick W. Robinson, Samantha Simmons, Jason Hassrick, Michelle A. Kappes and Yann Tremblay Changes in the foraging behaviour of albatross, sea lions and elephant seals in response to changing conditions in the North Pacific (2003-2007) (CS2-INV1)

11:30

Philippe Gaspar, Patrick Lehodey, François Royer and Inna Senina Monitoring and modelling pelagic animals’ behaviour at the mesoscale: a challenge for the next decade (CS2-INV2)

12:00

Frederic Bailleul, Jean-Benoît Charrassin, Fabien Roquet, Martin Biuw, Mike Fedak, Mark Hindell and Christophe Guinet Environmental changes, foraging behaviour and population dynamic of Elephant seals throughout the Southern Ocean (CS2-OP1)

12:15

Charles-André Bost, Cédric Cotté, Christophe Barbraud, Christophe Guinet, Young Hyang Park and Henri Weimerskirch How do king penguins use the Antarctic Polar Front? Consequences of the dynamic of the frontal structure at a short and long term scale (CS2-OP2)

12:30

Free afternoon

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Thursday 6 December 09:00

David G. Foley Evaluation of seasonal and interannual forcing of mesoscale eddies with an eye to the development of scaled habitat models (CS2-OP3)

09:15

Patrick N. Halpin,, Ari S. Friedlaender,, Gareth L. Lawson, Song Qian and Ben Best Modelling the effects of a rapidly changing ecosystem on the distribution of top predators: krilldependent baleen whales around the Antarctic Peninsula (CS2-OP4)

09:30

Kentaro Honda, Kazushi Miyashita, Ryo Kawabe, Alistair J. Hobday, Naoki Tojo, Ko Fujioka and Yoshimi Takao Migration ecology of juvenile southern bluefin tuna (Thunnus maccoyii) in nearshore waters off southwest Australia (CS2-OP5)

09:45

Denzo Inagake, Makoto Okazaki, Toshiyuki Tanabe, Keisuke Satoh, Masachika Masujima and Kyohei Segawa Relevant oceanographic features characterising the spawning grounds of bluefin tuna in the Pacific Ocean (CS2-OP6)

10:00

Pedro Vélez-Belchí, Jose Luis López-Jurado, Cesar González-Pola, Alberto García and Francisco Alemany Relevant oceanographic features characterising the spawning grounds of bluefin tuna in the Mediterranean Sea (CS2-OP7)

10:15

Emilie Tew-Kai, Phillipe S. Sabarros and Francis Marsac Influence of mesoscale structures on biological compartments and fisheries in the Mozambique Channel (CS2-OP8)

10:30

Coffee

11:00

John T. Lamkin, William Richards and Barbara Muhling Physical oceanographic indices for bluefin tuna larvae in the Gulf of Mexico, analysis of twenty nine years of ichthyoplankton collections (1977-2005) (WG1-OP11)

11:15

Andrew Bakun and Scarla J. Weeks Bluefin tuna spawning, mesoscale eddies and predator pits: a hypothetical viewpoint suggesting potential fragility of a particularly “risk-averse” reproductive ecology (WG1-OP12)

11:30

David E. Richardson, Joel K. Llopiz, Kevin D. Leaman, Peter S. Vertes and Robert K. Cowen Sailfish spawning and larval environment in a Florida current frontal eddy: results from a Lagrangian study (WG1-OP13)

11:45

Fernando F. Arias-Olaiz, Héctor Villalobos, Rubén Rodríguez-Sánchez and Sofía OrtegaGarcía Interannual variation of the spawning areas of dolphinfish (Coryphaena spp.) in the eastern Pacific during 1987-1990 and 1998-2000 (WG1-OP14)

12:00

David S. Kirby, Andrew Myers, Raghu Murtugudde and Molly E. Lutcavage Decadal changes in sea turtle hatchling distributions inferred from drift simulation modelling (WG1-OP15)

12:30

Lunch

13:30

Kathleen A. Miller and Gail Osherenko (CS3-INV1)

14:15

Christopher R. Bridges, Oliver Krohn, Michele Deflorio and Gregorio De Metrio Top pelagic predators in the Mediterranean: the role of anthropogenic and non-anthropogenic drivers for fisheries management - a case study (CS3-OP1)

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14:30

Olaf P. Jensen, Michael L. Domeier, Sofía Ortega-García, Steven J.D. Martell, Carl J. Walters and James F. Kitchell Spatial management of a highly migratory species: modelling the effects of closed areas and recreational catch-release on the striped marlin fishery off Baja California (CS3-OP2)

14:45

Yamin Wang Oceanic top predators’ research and conservation in China (CS3-OP3)

15:00

Coffee

15:30

Ari S. Friedlaender, Patrick N. Halpin, and Dave W. Johnston Linking interannual variability in sea ice conditions and available breeding habitat for pagophilic seals to large-scale climatic indices in the Arctic (CS3-OP4)

15:45

Takashi Kitagawa, Shingo Kimura, Hideaki Nakata, Aida Sartimbul, Harumi Yamada and Akira Nitta The effect of water temperature on habitat use and diving behaviour of immature Pacific bluefin tuna Thunnus orientalis in the East China Sea (WG2-OP7)

16:00

Helen R. Bailey, George L. Shillinger, Daniel M. Palacios, Steven J. Bograd, James R. Spotila, Bryan Wallace, Frank V. Paladino, Scott A. Eckert and Barbara A. Block State-space modelling of leatherback turtle movements and habitat associations in the eastern Pacific Ocean (WG2-OP8)

16:15

Scott R. Benson, Tomoharu Eguchi, Karin A. Forney and Daniel M. Palacios Responses of leatherback turtles to environmental variability in the North Pacific (WG2-OP9)

16:30

Donald R. Kobayashi, Jeffrey J. Polovina, George H. Balazs, Denise M. Parker, I-Jiunn Cheng, Peter H. Dutton, Naoki Kamezaki, Itaru Uchida and Evan A. Howell Pelagic habitat characterisation of loggerhead sea turtles, Caretta caretta, in the North Pacific Ocean (1997-2006): insights from satellite tag tracking and remotely-sensed data (WG2-OP10)

16:45

Henri Weimerskirch, Matthieu LeCorre and Francis Marsac Foraging movements of great frigatebirds from Aldabra Island: relationship with environmental variables and possible interactions with fisheries (WG2-OP11)

17:00

Poster session (group 2)

18:00

WG2, WG4 and WG5 meetings

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Friday 7 December 09:00

Tierney Thys, Kevin C. Weng, Heidi Dewar, Charles Farwell, John O’Sullivan, Andreas Walli, Steven Teo, Teruo Tobayama, Makoto Soichi, Yoshitaka Kondo, Yuji Okada, Toshiyuki Nakatsubo and Barbara A. Block Tracking the world’s largest jelly predator, the Mola mola, in the eastern and western Pacific (WG2-OP12)

09:15

Salvador J. Jorgensen, Scot D. Anderson, Taylor Chapple, Heidi Dewar, A. Peter Klimley, Suzanne Kohin, Alfonso Medellin-Ortiz, Oscar Sosa Nishizaki, Chris Perle, Sean Van Sommeran, Kevin C. Weng and Barbara A. Block Habitat partitioning and hotspots of pelagic shark diversity in the northeastern Pacific (WG2-OP13)

09:30

Alfonso Medellin-Ortiz, Suzanne Kohin, Heidi Dewar, Oscar Sosa-Nishizaki and Barbara A. Block Movements of the Mako shark in the northeastern Pacific (WG2-OP14)

09:45

Kevin C. Weng, Andre M. Boustany, David G. Foley, James E. Ganong, Scot D. Anderson, Peter Pyle, Salvador J. Jorgensen and Barbara A. Block Function of migration in white sharks and salmon sharks (WG2-OP15)

10:00

Michael J. Weise, Daniel P. Costa and Michelle A. Kappes Energetics of climate shifts in an apex predator: changes in foraging behaviour and energetics of male California sea lions during anomalous oceanographic events in the California Current System (WG2-OP16)

10:15

Andrew Myers, Niko Liebsch, Rory Wilson and Molly E. Lutcavage The daily diary: a new data logger sheds light on the three dimensional movements of marine mega-fauna (WG2-OP17)

10:30

Coffee

11:00

Ann E. Edwards and Julia Parrish Historical, seasonal, and fisheries-associated diets of two North Pacific albatross species: a stable isotope approach (WG3-OP7)

11:15

Robert J. Olson, Brittany S. Graham, Cleridy E. Lennert-Cody, Brian N. Popp, Gladis A. López-Ibarra, Felipe Galván-Magaña, Jessica V. Redfern and Brian D. Fry Trophic status of yellowfin tuna in the pelagic eastern Pacific Ocean: δ15N, mesozooplankton, and environmental correlates (WG3-OP8)

11:30

John Logan and Molly E. Lutcavage Application of stable isotope analysis to marine pelagic predators: a case study of Atlantic bluefin tuna (WG3-OP9)

11:45

Sarah M. Glaser Quantifying predator-prey Interactions for North Pacific albacore in the California Current (WG3-OP10)

12:00

Shane P. Griffiths and Tom Okey Cascading effects of reducing apex predators from a tropical ecosystem in the Gulf of Carpentaria, Australia (WG3-OP11)

12:15

Christian Javier Salvadeo, Sergio Flores-Ramírez, Alejandro Gómez-Gallardo, Sylviane Jaume-Schinkel, Jorge Urbán-Ramírez and Daniel Lluch-Belda The Bryde’s whale (Balaenoptera edeni) in La Paz Bay, Mexico and its relationship with climatic changes and prey availability (WG3-OP12)

12:30

Lunch

13:30

Olivier Maury, Olivier Aumont, Vamara Koné and Blaise Faugeras Size-structured energy fluxes through the oceanic pelagic ecosystem: seasonal, interannual and decadal variability in the three oceans (WG4-OP5)

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13:45

Jessica V. Redfern, Megan C. Ferguson, Jay Barlow, Lisa T. Ballance and Tim Gerrodette The effect of spatial resolution and extent on cetacean-habitat relationships in the eastern Pacific Ocean (WG4-OP6)

14:00

George M. Watters and Lisa T. Ballance Variations in prey abundance, time-varying carrying capacities, and the status of short-beaked common dolphins (Delphinus delphis) from three stocks in the eastern Pacific Ocean (WG4-OP7)

14:15

Raphaël Duboz, Olivier Maury and Henri Weimerskirch Factors determining the foraging range of wandering albatrosses during their breeding season: an individual based model (IBM) approach (WG4-OP8)

14:30

Selina S. Heppell, Molly E. Lutcavage, Tomoharu Eguchi, David S. Kirby, Rebecca Lewison, Abigail McCarthy, Melissa Snover and Yonat Swimmer The Pacific-Atlantic Sea Turtle Assessment (PASTA) project: using comparative methods to identify effects of climate change on populations (WG4-OP9)

15:00

Coffee

15:30

James F. Kitchell, Carl J. Walters, Tim E. Essington, Steve J.D. Martell, Olaf P. Jensen and William Pine Lessons from the ecosystem approach (CS4-INV1)

16:15

Steven J. Bograd, Barbara A. Block and Daniel P. Costa Tagging of Pacific pelagics: apex marine predators explore the Pacific Ocean (CS4-OP1)

16:30

Raghu Murtugudde, Olivier Aumont, Laurent Bopp and Keith Rodgers Physics to fish: inter-basin physical driver and primary production responses (CS4-OP2)

16:45

Nils Olav Handegard Designing an ocean Mid-trophic Automatic Acoustic Sampler (CS4-OP3)

17:00

Poster session (group 2)

19:00

Closing dinner

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Poster group 1: WG1, WG2 and CS2 WG1 posters WG1-P1

Raymundo Avendaño-Ibarra, Roxana De Silva-Dávila and Erik Zettler First record of Istiophorus platypterus (Pisces: Istiophoridae) larvae in the Mexican Pacific Ocean

WG1-P2

Raymundo Avendaño-Ibarra and Rene Rebollar-Prudente Middle and major pelagic fish larvae in the Mexican Pacific Ocean

WG1-P3

Dolores Cortés, Alberto García, Francisco Alemany and J. Pedro P. Alvarez Distribution and biochemical composition of microzooplankton in the Balearic Sea spawning area of Thunnus thynnus

WG1-P4

Robert K. Cowen and Cedric M. Guigand In situ Ichthyoplankton Imaging System (ISIIS)

WG1-P5

Susana Camarillo-Coop, Jasmín Granados-Amores, Roxana De Silva-Dávila Martín E. Hernández-Rivas and Reginaldo Durazo Ommastrephid paralarvae in the west coast of Baja California, Mexico

WG1-P6

Ricardo Palomares-García, Roxana De Silva-Dávila and Raymundo Avendaño-Ibarra Predation of the copepod Oncaea mediterranea upon Ommastrephid paralarvae in the mouth of the Gulf of California

WG1-P7

Alberto García, Dolores Cortés, Jose J. Quintanilla, Francisco Alemany, Luis Quintanilla, Jose Maria Rodríguez and Teodoro T. Ramirez Mediterranean bluefin (Thunnus thynnus) larval growth variability during the spawning seasons 2003-2005 in relation to environmental conditions

WG1-P8

Alberto García, Luis Quintanilla, Francisco Alemany, Miguel Bernal, Dolores Cortés, Jose Maria Rodríguez and Pedro Vélez-Belchí Assessing spatio-temporal changes of bluefin (Thunnus thynnus) larval distribution applying GAMs with geographic, hydrographic and biological variables

WG1-P9

Rogelio González-Armas, Arturo F. Muhlia-Melo, Armando Trasviña, Guillermo Gutierrez, Arnoldo Valle and Rene Funes Differences in large pelagic fish larvae distribution and plankton volumes over a seamount in the Gulf of California

WG1-P10 David E. Richardson, Joel K. Llopiz, Cedric M. Guigand and Robert K. Cowen Larval assemblages of large and medium sized pelagic species in the Straits of Florida WG1-P11 Norma Alejandra Sánchez-Reyes, Rogelio González-Armas and Emilio J. Beier-Martin Distribution of dolphinfish larvae Coryphaena hippurus (Linnaeus, 1758) and Coryphaena equiselis (Linnaeus, 1758) in the warm phase in the Mexican eastern Pacific WG1-P12 Laura Sanchez-Velasco, M. Lavín, A. Danell-Jiménez and M. Peguero-Icaza Vertical distribution of Scombridae family larvae and its relation to water column WG1-P13 Marcela Zuñiga, Carmen Rodríguez-Jaramillo and Sofía Ortega-García Lipid composition during the oocyte development of the dolphinfish Coryphaena hippurus captured in Baja California Sur, Mexico

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WG2 Posters WG2-P1

Melanie Abecassis, Jeffrey J. Polovina and Donald R. Hawn Vertical movement and habitat of opah (Lampris guttatus) in the central North Pacific recorded with pop-up archival tags

WG2-P2

Enzo Acuña and Juan Carlos Villarroel Biology and spatial distribution of the blue shark Prionace glauca in the southeastern Pacific Ocean off Chile

WG2-P3

Mirtha O. Albañez-Lucero and Francisco Arreguin-Sanchez Application of artificial neural networks for the spatial distribution of the red grouper, Epinephelus morio, in the Campache Bank, Mexico

WG2-P4

Juan Pedro Arias-Arechiga and Sofía Ortega-García Environmental variables associated with the yellowfin tuna set types in the Mexican coast

WG2-P5

Fernando F. Arias-Olaiz, Sofía Ortega-García and Heriberto Santana-Hernández Spatial-temporal distribution of the relative abundance of the sailfish (Istiophorus platypterus) in the Mexican Pacific Ocean

WG2-P6

Gastón G. Bazzino, William F. Gilly, Unai Markaida, Cesar A. Salinas Zavala and Jorge Ramos Vertical and horizontal movements of the Jumbo squid (Dosidicus gigas) in the Pacific Ocean off western Baja California peninsula revealed by pop-up satellite tagging

WG2-P7

Jose Miguel de la Serna Ernst, David D. Macias, Jose Maria J. Ortiz de Urbina and Enrique E. Rodríguez-Marin Observed alterations in migration, spatio-temporal distribution, condition factor, reproductive physiology, spawning areas and recruitment of bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus L.) in the eastern Atlantic and the Mediterranean in relation to environmental change

WG2-P8

Simona Genovese, Mario Sprovieri, Salvatore Gancitano, Giuseppa Buscaino, Daniela Malvagio-Manta, Angelo Bonanno, Angela Cuttitta, Bernardo Patti and Salvatore Mazzola Trace metals in otoliths of Thunnus thynnus Mediterranean specimens as recorders of nurseries and spawning areas

WG2-P9

Nicolas Goñi and Haritz Arrizabalaga Seasonal and interannual variability of the fat content of juvenile albacore during their trophic migration to the Bay of Biscay

WG2-P10 Hannes A. Holtzhausen and Theodor G. Camarada Migratory behaviour and assessment of the bronze whaler (Carcharhinus brachyurus) WG2-P11 Salvador J. Jorgensen, Arturo F. Muhlia-Melo and Morgan G. Steven Temperature correlated seasonal movement and residence structures pelagic fish assemblages at a seamount in the Gulf of California WG2-P12 Jessica M. Knapp, Stephen C. Turner and Molly E. Lutcavage Comparative analysis of size and age at sexual maturity of Atlantic bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus L. 1758) from the Gulf of Mexico and the Mediterranean Sea WG2-P13 R. Michael Laurs, David G. Foley and Michael Musyl Investigation of habitats of oceanic white tip (Carcharhinus longimanus) and silky (Carcharhinus falciformis) sharks in the central North Pacific using PSAT tags, satellite remote sensing and ocean assimilation model analyses WG2-P14 Arturo F. Muhlia-Melo, R. Gonzalez-Armas, Salvador J. Jorgensen, Jesús Rodríguez-Romero and Alberto Amador-Buenrostro Responses of the pelagic fish assemblages of the Espiritu Santo Island and seamount to the El Niño oceanographic conditions existing in the southern portion of Gulf of Calfornia WG2-P15 Sofía Ortega-García, Héctor Villalobos, Ruben Rodríguez-Sánchez and Juan Guillermo Vaca-Rodríguez Inter- and intra-annual variation of dolphinfish (Coryphaena spp.) in the equatorial eastern Pacific

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WG2-P16 Mario A.M. Pardo, Nancy C. Jiménez-Pinedo, Carolina Domínguez, Daniel M. Palacios, and Fernando Trujillo Annual occurrence of the ordinary Bryde’s whale (Balaenoptera brydei) in a seasonal upwelling system of the Colombian Caribbean WG2-P17 Annette Scheffer, Phil Trathan and Martin Collins Foraging behaviour of king penguins (Aptenodytes patagonicus) in relation to predictable mesoscale oceanic features in the Polar Front Zone to the north of South Georgia WG2-P18 Chugey Jesus A. Sepulveda, Ashley Knight, Nicole Nasby-Lucas and Michael L. Domeier Fine-scale movements of the swordfish (Xiphias gladius) in the southern California Bight WG2-P19 Yassir Edén Torres-Rojas, Agustín Hernández-Herrera, Felipe Galván-Magaña, Sergio Aguíñiga-García and Vanessa G. Alatorre-Ramírez Are the isotopic ratios of nitrogen and carbon good indicators of the feeding behaviour of the shark Sphyrna lewini? WG2-P20 Rodolfo Edward Vogler-Santos, Sebastián Hernández and Julio Lamilla Cetorhinus maximus (Elasmobranchii, Cetorhinidae) in Chilean waters: latitudinal distribution and genetic identification WG2-P21 Carrie Wall, Frank E. Muller-Karger and Mitchell A. Roffer Linkages between environmental conditions and recreational king mackerel catch off west-central Florida

CS2 posters CS2-P1

Sergio Aguíñiga-García,, Felipe Galván-Magaña,, Norman Silverberg,, Martín Soto-Jimenez, Yassir E. Torres-Rojas, Nallely Ariadna Aguilar-Castro, Miguel Angel Miranda, Horalia ArceOsuna, Jaime M. Camalich-Carpizo and Alberto Sánchez The scalloped hammerhead shark Sphyrna lewini as an indicator of δ15N shifts in particulate organic matter from contrasting oceanographic areas

CS2-P2

Francisco Arreguin-Sanchez and Gerardo García-Gómez The role of sharks in the ecosystem dynamics: are they a control factor for ecosystem integrity?

CS2-P3

Alain Fonteneau Meso-scale exploitation of a major tuna concentration in the Indian Ocean

CS2-P4

Anne-Elise Nieblas,, Alistair J. Hobday, and Bernadette M. Sloyan Historical and future patterns of upwelling in south-eastern Australia: implications for regional productivity and marine fisheries

CS2-P5

Jean-François Ternon, Francis Marsac, Frédéric Ménard and Philippe S. Sabarros Mesoscale dynamics and trophic structure: forthcoming observations in the Mozambique Channel

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Climate impacts on oceanic top predators symposium

Poster group 2: WG3, WG4, WG5, CS1, CS3 and CS4 WG3 posters WG3-P1

Vanessa G. Alatorre-Ramírez, Felipe Galvá-Magaña, Robert J. Olson, Yassir E. Torres-Rojas and Noemi Bocanegra-Castillo Feeding habits of the yellowfin and skipjack tuna caught in the same set of the tropical eastern Pacific Ocean

WG3-P2

Noemi Bocanegra-Castillo, Felipe Galván-Magaña, Robert J. Olson and Vanessa G. AlatorreRamírez Trophic relationships among the predators associated with the tuna fishery in the eastern Pacific Ocean

WG3-P3

Geraldine R. Busquets-Vass, Aguíñiga-García Sergio and Diane Gendron Carbon and nitrogen stable isotopes in blue whale skin: tracers of movement between feeding areas

WG3-P4

Fernando Elorriaga-Verplancken and David Aurioles-Gamboa Variation of δ15N and δ13C in the California sea lion, Zalophus californianus dental collagen from neighbouring ecosystems

WG3-P5

John Richert, Felipe Galvan-Magaña and A. Peter Klimley The use of nitrogen stable isotopes in the study of migratory fishes and pelagic marine ecosystems in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean

WG3-P6

Maria A. Gasalla Pelagic trophic pathways in subtropical south western Atlantic Ocean: a preliminary open-ocean ecosystem model off south Brazil

WG3-P7

Nicolas Goñi and Haritz Arrizabalaga Comparative study of the diet of juvenile albacore in the northeast Atlantic and Mediterranean Sea

WG3-P8

Fabiola J. Guerrero de la Rosa, Diane Gendron and Jacquet Nathalie Diet variation in sperm whales of the Gulf of California using carbon and nitrogen stable isotopes

WG3-P9

John Logan, Rebecca L. Toppin, Sean C. Smith, Julie M. Porter and Molly E. Lutcavage Food web dynamics of large pelagic fishes in the central North Atlantic Ocean

WG3-P10 Roumiana R. Metcheva, Liliana L. Yurukova, Volodimir V. Bezrukov, Michaela M. Nedyalkova, Yordan Y. Yankov and Krastio Dimitrov Trace and toxic elements accumulations in adult gentoo (Pygoscellis papua) WG3-P11 Michaela M. Nedyalkova, Roumiana R. Metcheva, Vesela V. Peneva, Margarita M. Marinova and Yordan Y. Yankov Heavy metals in Antarctic notothenoid fish species from South Bay, Livingston Island, South Shetlands WG3-P12 Evgeny V. Romanov, Frédéric Ménard, Michel Potier and Francis Marsac Short and long-term variability in the pelagic communities of the north-western Indian Ocean. Fauna of intermediate trophic levels sampled by top predators WG3-P13 Evgeny V. Romanov, Michel Potier, Frédéric Ménard and Veniamin Zamorov Swimming crab Charybdis smithii of the Indian Ocean: key link in the pelagic trophic web WG3-P14 Christian Javier Salvadeo, Alejandro Gómez-Gallardo, Daniel Lluch-Belda, Bernardo Shirasago and Jorge Urbán-Ramírez Odontocete’s community change and food availability in the south-west Gulf of California, Mexico WG3-P15 Arturo Tripp-Valdez, Leonardo Andrés Abitia-Cárdenas, Dana Isela Arizmendi-Rodríguez and Ofelia Escobar-Sanchéz Trophic spectrum of two species of the family Isthiophoridae of Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico

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WG3-P16 Hiroki H. Yasuma, Kazushi Miyashita and Orio Yamamura Acoustic identification and quantitative analysis of a lantern fish (Diaphus theta) in the northwestern Pacific WG3-P17 Jock W. Young, Peter H. Nichols, Charles F. Phleger, Michaela Guest and Matt Lansdell Discrimination of prey species of juvenile swordfish Xiphias gladius (Linnaeus 1758) using signature fatty acid analyses

WG4 posters WG4-P1

Blaise Faugeras and Olivier Maury Modelling fish population movements: from an individual-based representation to an advectiondiffusion equation

WG4-P2

Ivo Grigorov, Olivier Aumont and Alexandre Peretjatko Model Shopping Tool (MoST): an online tool for end-to-end ecosystem model developers

WG4-P3

Dale A. Kiefer, Edward Armstrong, Michael Hinton and Augustus Vogel Historical linkages between oceanographic satellite imagery and recruitment of tuna in the eastern tropical Pacific

WG4-P4

David S. Kirby, Karine Briand, Adam Langley and Raghu Murtugudde Oceanographic regime shifts and tuna recruitment in the western and central Pacific Ocean

WG4-P5

Olivier Maury APECOSM: a spatialised mass balanced “Apex Predators ECOSystem Model” to study physiologically structured tuna population dynamics in the ecosystem

WG4-P6

Olivier Maury, Blaise Faugeras, Anders Nielsen, Mike Musyl, John Gunn, John Hampton, Jean-Christophe Poggiale and John Sibert Mechanistic modelling of bigeye tuna vertical movements in an ecosystem context: a state-space approach using the unscented Kalman filter

WG4-P7

Milena Mercuri, David Aurioles-Gamboa and Emilio J. Beier-Martin Interpreting marine mammal strandings at Magdalena Island, Mexico: natural pulses of an ecosystem rhythm

WG4-P8

Anikiev Vladimir Assessment of anthropogenic influence on structure of ecosystems in the north-west Pacific

WG5 posters WG5-P1

Kathleen A. Miller, Peter V. Golubtsov and Robert McKelvey A game theoretical approach to understanding the dynamics of multinational tuna fisheries and their management

WG5-P2

Kathleen A. Miller and Gail Osherenko Report on the WG5 workshop: the challenge of change – opportunities for interdisciplinary research

CS1 posters CS1-P1

Paul Fiedler Environmental variability and regime shifts in the eastern tropical Pacific

CS1-P2

Michelle A. Kappes, Scott A. Shaffer, Yann Tremblay, Patrick W. Robinson, David J. Anderson, Jill A. Awkerman, Steven J. Bograd, David G. Foley, Daniel M. Palacios and Daniel P. Costa Interannual variability in oceanographic habitat use by Hawaiian albatrosses

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CS1-P3

Mario Jaime-Rivera and Felipe Galvan-Magaña Distribution and abundance of sharks associated with climatic changes in the western coast of Baja California Sur, Mexico

CS1-P4

Maria del Carmen Jimenez-Quiroz, Aramis Olivos-Ortiz, Erick Márquez-García, Elaine EspinoBarr, Heriberto Santana-Hernández, Ernesto Torres-Orozco and Ramón Sosa-Ávalos Environmental variability in the Mexican western coast: how it influences the habitat suitability for big pelagic fish

CS1-P5

Friedemann Keyl, Juan Argüelles, Luís Mariátegui, Matthias Wolff and Carmen Yamashiro Production of the Peruvian population of the jumbo squid Dosidicus gigas under the impacts of environmental variability and fisheries

CS1-P6

Kathy Kuletz, Elizabeth A. Labunski, David B. Irons and Shannon Fitzgerald The Alaska Pelagic Seabird Observer programme: a tool for tracking changes in seabird distribution in the North Pacific and Arctic Oceans

CS1-P7

Daniel M. Palacios, George L. Shillinger, Steven J. Bograd, James R. Spotila, Bryan Wallace, Frank V. Paladino, Scott A. Eckert and Barbara A. Block Oceanographic influences on the post-nesting migration of female eastern Pacific leatherback sea turtles

CS1-P8

Vincent S. Saba, Pilar Santidrián-Tomill, Richard D. Reina, James R. Spotila, John A. Musick, David A. Evans and Frank V. Paladino The effect of ENSO on the reproductive frequency of eastern Pacific leatherback turtles

CS1-P9

George L. Shillinger, Daniel M. Palacios, Helen R. Bailey, Steven J. Bograd, Alan M. Swithenbank, Bryan Wallace, James R. Spotila, Frank V. Paladino, Scott A. Eckert and Barbara A. Block Sand, surf, and sea: environmental influences on the conservation of leatherback sea turtles off Playa Grande, Costa Rica, during the internesting period

CS1-P10

Ignacio Vilchis, Lisa T. Ballance and William Watson Temporal variability of ichthyoplankton species compositions in the eastern Pacific warm pool: oceanic upwelling systems harbour higher temporal variability

CS3 posters CS3-P1

Peter Jacques and Diana G. Webster The fitness of institutions: conceptualising evolutionary adaptation to vulnerabilities

CS3-P2

Jonson Lumban Gaol Bigeye catch relative to sea surface height during ENSO and IODM event in the eastern Indian Ocean

CS3-P3

Russell S. Nelson Management in response to changing climates: a question of resiliency

CS3-P4

Vincent S. Saba, George L. Shillinger, Alan M. Swithenbank, Barbara A. Block, James R. Spotila, John A. Musick and Frank V. Paladino An oceanographic context for the foraging ecology of eastern Pacific leatherback turtles: consequences of ENSO and coastal gillnet fisheries (CS3-OP3)

CS4 poster CS4-P1

Chi Hin Lam, Vardis M. Tsontos, Frank O’Brien, Michael L. Domeier and Dale A. Kiefer Informatics tools for tag data management, visualisation, and analysis with auxiliary environmental data: an example application to a Pacific-wide striped marlin study

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