Annual Collaborative Climate Science Workshop in the Pacific Islands 2018

The Pacific Islands region convenes an annual climate science workshop to identify regional climate-related questions and solutions.

Schedule

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Protected Species

1:00 PM - Welcome and introduction 

1:10 PM -  Introductory example of climate science being used toward a specific management need

1:20 PM - Explanation of facilitated activity to align management needs with available science and resources

1:30 PM - Introduction of priority management needs for protected species 

1:40 PM - Facilitated activity (with 10 minute break included)

3:45 PM - Reassemble and wrap up 

4:00 PM - Adjourn

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Coral Reefs and Insular/Bottomfish

1:00 PM - Welcome and introduction 

1:10 PM -  Introductory example of climate science being used toward a specific management need

1:20 PM - Explanation of facilitated activity to align management needs with available science and resources

1:30 PM - Introduction of priority management needs for coral reef and insular/bottomfish

1:40 PM - Facilitated activity (with 10 minute break included)

3:45 PM - Reassemble and wrap up 

4:00 PM - Adjourn

Thursday, September 6, 2018

Pelagic and Highly Migratory Fish

1:00 PM - Welcome and introduction 

1:10 PM -  Introductory example of climate science being used toward a specific management need

1:20 PM - Explanation of facilitated activity to align management needs with available science and resources

1:30 PM - Introduction of priority management needs for pelagic and highly migratory fish

1:40 PM - Facilitated activity (with 10 minute break included)

3:45 PM - Reassemble and wrap up 

4:00 PM - Adjourn

Last updated by Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center on 08/30/2018

Climate Protected Species Coral Reefs Bottomfish Pelagic Fish Highly Migratory Fish