FRIDAY
13 APRIL


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CONTRIBUTED TALKS
9:00 Room 1 Christian Reiss Long term monitoring and sustained observations of krill populations and  predator interactions using autonomous instruments
  Room 2 Juergen Groeneveld Understanding and extrapolating the population dynamics of the key grazer species Salpa thompsoni in the Southern Ocean using an individual-based model
9:15 Room 1 Stacy Deppeler Ocean acidification changes Antarctic marine microbial community composition and trophic interactions
  Room 2 Andrew Lenton Projected changes in ocean acidification in the Southern Ocean under high emissions
9:30 Room 1 Stefano Schiaparelli Benthic monitoring based on underwater photogrammetry: lesson learned in Antarctica, legacy data rescue and future developments for long-term monitoring programmes
  Room 2 Nikki Bransome Krill for all: What the Antarctic krill fishery can learn from other systems
9:45 Room 1 Mark Hindell Censusing Animal Populations from Space in the Southern Ocean
  Room 2 Anton Van de Putte The Census of Antarctic Marine Life, and its legacy 10 years on
10:00 Room 1 Cath Waller Microplastic Pollution in the Southern Ocean
  Room 2 Dirk Welsford Developing economic indicators for change in utilisation of Southern Ocean ecosystem services
       
10:15   MORNING BREAK
       
PRIORITIES FOR MARINE ECOSYSTEM SCIENCE TO ADAPT TO CLIMATE CHANGE
10:45 Room 1 Andrew Constable Facilitator
    David Agnew Climate Change and fishery certification
    Lyn Goldsworthy Climate Change impacts and the marine environment
      Discussion
12:15   LUNCH BREAK
       
13:15 Room 1   Outcomes from Themes 1-4
       
CONCLUSIONS
15:30 Room 1 Sir Guy Green Conference Closing Remarks
15:45 Room 1   Prizes, Acknowledgements and Close
       
15:55    CONFERENCE CLOSES (REFRESHMENTS)