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Published: 2011-08-18
BNI research at the ICES Annual Science Conference
ICES Annual Science Conference (ASC) 2011 will be held in Gdańsk, Poland. The venue will be the Gdańsk Music and Congress Centre. The conference will open on Monday 19 September and close on Friday 23 September.

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BNI presentations
During the conference some of the latest BNI research will presented:

  • First attempt to use trends assessment in the Gulf of Gdansk: an ecosystem–integrated approach (Tomczak, M. T., Szymanek, L., Margoński, P., Ameryk, A., Gromisz, S., Grygiel, W., Grzebielec, R., Kownacka, J., Kuzebski, E., Pastuszak, M., Psuty, I., Warzocha, J., and Zalewski, M.)
    
  • Changes in the annual life cycle of eastern Baltic cod during 1950–2010 (T. Barinova, B. Müller‐Karulis, I. Šics, and M. Plikhs)
  
  • A stochastic model to evaluate the impacts of nutrient abatement measures in the Baltic Sea (Lassi Ahlvik, Kari Hyytiäinen, Petri Ekholm, and Heikki Pitkänen)
  • Converging biology, economics and social science in fisheries research – lessons learned (Päivi Haapasaari, Soile Kulmala, and Sakari Kuikka)
  
  • Projected Baltic Sea ecosystem changes in future climates (H.E.M. Meier, H. Andersson, C. Dieterich, K. Eilola, B. Gustafsson, A., Höglund, R. Hordoir, I. Kuznetsov, T. Neumann, O. Savchuk, and S. Schimanke)
  
  • Policy‐driven non‐compliance in the Baltic Sea pelagic fishery (Hentati‐Sundberg J, Hjelm H, Österblom H)
  
  • A statistical approach on upwelling in the Baltic Sea based on the analysis of satellite data for 1990–2009 (Andreas Lehmann, Kai Myrberg, and Katharina Höflich)
  
  • Changes in the reproductive success of the Gulf of Riga herring (Ivars Putnis, Bärbel Müller‐Karulis, and Georgs Kornilovs)
  
  • Contrasting effects of food quality and quantity on common guillemots 2000 (Uria aalge) (Martina Kadin, Henrik Österblom, Jonas Hentati‐Sundberg, and Olof Olsson)
  
  • Climate effects on Baltic Sea sub‐ecosystems – a comparison using a meta‐analytical approach (Christian Möllmann, Lena Bergström, Thorsten Blenckner, Michele Casini, Juha Flinkman, Rabea Diekmann, Anna Gårdmark, Georgs Kornilovs, Martin Lindegren, Bärbel Müller‐Karulis, Saskia Otto, Arno Põllumäe, and Maris Plikshs)
    
  • Applying the shiftogram approach for identifying ecosystem changes – the Batic Sea as a multivariate test case (Joachim Gröger, Christian Möllmann, Thorsten Blenckner, Anna Gårdmark, Martin Lindegren, Bärbel Müller‐Karulis, Axe Philip, Maris Plikshs, and Georgs Kornilovs
  
  • Towards holistic ecosystem assessments – achievements of the ICES/HELCOM Working Group on Integrated Assessments of the Baltic Sea (WGIAB) (Christian Möllmann, Lena Bergström, Thorsten Blenckner, Juha Flinkman, Anna Gårdmark, Martin Lindegren, and Bärbel Müller‐Karulis)
    
  • Ecological‐economic multi‐species management of the Baltic Sea fisheries: tradeoffs between objectives in an ecosystem context (Rudi Voss, Jörn O. Schmidt, Maciej T. Tomczak, Martin F. Quaas, and Thorsten Blenckner)
  
  • Influence of possible long‐term environmental condition development scenarios on Baltic cod stock and recruitment dynamics (Maris Plikshs and Bärbel Müller‐Karulis)
  
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