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1.  Introduction
   
 
Welcome E. Farley         
PPT (pdf, 1.0 Mb)  
   
Introduction of BASIS J. Helle         
PPT (pdf, 0.5 Mb)  
   
Awards V. Fedorenko         
PPT (pdf, 0.1 Mb)  
   
   
2 Overviews of Climate Change, Bering Sea Ecosystems, and Salmon Production
   
Overview-1  Projected changes in the physical environment relevant to western Alaska salmon
  N.A. Bond*, J.E. Overland, and M. Wang
  Abstract     PPT (pdf, 4.0 Mb)
    
Overview-2 Contemporary status and tendencies in dynamics of Bering Sea macrosecosystem
  V.P. Shuntov and O.S. Temnykh*
  Abstract
   
Overview-3 Abundance and relative contribution of hatchery and wild salmon in the North Pacific Ocean
  G.T. Ruggerone*, R.M. Peterman, B. Dorner, and K.W. Myers
  Abstract     PPT (pdf, 3.0 Mb)
   
   
3. Biological Responses by Salmon to Climate and Ecosystem Dynamics
   
3-1. Migration and Distribution of Salmon
  Chairperson: K. Myers         
   
Keynote-1  Hot and cold running salmon: lessons from BASIS on stock-specific migration and distribution response to climate change
  K. Myers*, E.V. Farley, J.E. Seeb, O.S. Temnykh, A.V. Bugaev, T. Azumaya, and S. Urawa
  Abstract     PPT (pdf, 3.0 Mb)
    
Oral-1 Bering-Aleutian Salmon International Survey (BASIS): population-biological researches in the western part of Bering Sea (Russian Economic Zone). Part 1 - chum salmon Oncorhynchus keta
  A.V. Bugaev*, E.A. Zavolokina, L.O. Zavarina, A.O. Shubin, S.F. Zolotukhin, N.F. Kaplanova, M.V. Volobuev, and I.N. Kireev
  Abstract
   
Oral-2 Distribution and CPUE trends of Pacific salmon, especially in sockeye salmon in the Bering Sea and adjacent waters
  T. Nagasawa* and T. Azumaya
  Abstract     PPT (pdf, 0.8 Mb)
   
Oral-3 Summer and fall migrations of pink salmon in the western Bering Sea in 2002-2006
  O.S. Temnykh (Presentation was cancelled.)
  Abstract
   
Oral-4 The use of genetic stock identification to determine the distribution, migration, early marine survival, and relative stock abundance of sockeye, chum and Chinook salmon in the Bering Sea
  J.E. Seeb*, S. Abe, S. Sato, S. Urawa, N. Varnavskaya, N. Klovatch, E.V Farley, C. Guthrie, B. Templin, C. Habicht, J.M. Murphy, and L.W. Seeb
  Abstract
   
Oral-5 Stock-structured distribution and abundance of Western Alaska juvenile Chinook salmon populations in the eastern Bering Sea, 2002-2007
  J.M. Murphy*, W.D. Templin, E.V. Farley, Jr., and J.E. Seeb
  Abstract
   
Oral-6 Stock-structured distribution of immature sockeye salmon populations south of the Aleutian Arc during the summer
  C. Habicht*, J.E. Seeb, E.V. Farley, Jr., J.M. Murphy, L.W. Seeb, and W.D. Templin
  Abstract
   
Oral-7 Stock-specific ocean distribution and migration of chum salmon in the Bering Sea and North Pacific Ocean
  S. Urawa*, S. Sato, P.A. Crane, B. Agler, R. Josephson, and T. Azumaya
  Abstract     PPT (pdf, 0.8 Mb)
   
Oral-8 Pacific Rim stock identification of chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) with microsatellites
  T.D. Beacham*, J.R. Candy, S. Urawa, S. Sato, N.V. Varnavskaya, K.D. Le, and M. Wetklo
  Abstract
   
Oral-9 Regional stock mixture of juvenile chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) in the western Bering Sea during summer-autumn 2004
  M.H. Kang*, S. Kim, and L. Low
  Abstract
   
Oral-10 Behavior of Chinook salmon in the Bering Sea as inferred from archival tag data
  R.V. Walker* and K.W. Myers
  Abstract     PPT (pdf, 1.3 Mb)
   
Oral-11 Beyond BASIS - salmon in the Arctic
  J.R. Irvine*, E. Linn, R. Macdonald, E. Carmack, L. Godbout, K. Gillespie, and J. Reist
  Abstract
   
   
3-2. Food Production and Salmon Growth
  Chairpersons: S. Kang and T. Nagasawa         
   
Keynote-2  Influence of ocean environment on a reduction of Japanese chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) body size
  T. Azumaya, Y. Kamezawa, T. Nagasawa*, and M.J. Kishi
  Abstract     PPT (pdf, 1.3 Mb)
    
Oral-12 Physical oceanographic conditions over the Bering Sea shelf, 2002-2007
  S. Danielson*, L. Eisner, and T. Weingartner
  Abstract
   
Oral-13 Spatial and interannual variability in nutrients, phytoplankton and zooplankton in the eastern Bering Sea: results from U.S. BASIS surveys for 2002-2007
  L. Eisner*, S. Danielson, K. Cieciel, J. Lanksbury, and E. Farley
  Abstract
   
Oral-14 Effects of diet changes on the energy content of juvenile pink salmon Oncorhynchus gorbuscha in the eastern Bering Sea from 2003 to 2007
  A.G. Andrews*, E.V. Farley, J.H. Moss, and E.F. Husoe
  Abstract
   
Oral-15 Forage base of Pacific salmon in the western Bering Sea and adjacent Pacific waters in 2002-2006
  A.V. Zavolokin
  Abstract
   
Oral-16 Alaska sockeye salmon scale patterns as indicators for climatic and oceanic shifts and anomalies in the North Pacific Ocean
  E.C. Martinson*, J.H. Helle, D.L. Scarnecchia, and H.H. Stokes
  Abstract
   
Oral-17 Bias-corrected size trend of chum salmon in the central Bering Sea and North Pacific
  M. Fukuwaka, N.D. Davis*, T. Azumaya, and T. Nagasawa
  Abstract
   
Oral-18 Juvenile pink and chum salmon foraging conditions, growth potential, and distribution in response to the loss of Arctic sea-ice
  J.H. Moss*, J.M. Murphy, E.V. Farley, Jr., L.B. Eisner, and A.G. Andrews
  Abstract
   
Oral-19 The relations of food availability and oceanic region to growth of coho salmon: perspectives from the northern California Current
  B. Beckman*, C. Morgan, and M. Trudel
  Abstract
   
   
3-3. Food Habits and Trophic Interaction
  Chairpersons: N. Davis and V. Sviridov         
   
Keynote-3  Review of BASIS food habits studies and considerations on continuing and new research directions
  N.D. Davis*, A.V. Volkov, A.Ya. Efimkin, N.A. Kuznetsova, J.L. Armstrong, and O. Sakai
  Abstract     PPT (pdf, 0.9 Mb)
    
Oral-20 Zooplankton species composition, abundance and biomass on the southeastern Bering Sea shelf during summer: the potential role of water column stability in structuring the zooplankton community and influencing the survival of planktivorous fishes
  K. Coyle, A. Pinchuk, L. Eisner*, and J. Napp
  Abstract
   
Oral-21 The role of Pacific salmon in trophic structure of the upper epipelagic layer in the western Bering Sea during summer-autumn 2002-2006
  S.V. Naydenko
  Abstract     PPT (pdf, 1.3 Mb)
   
Oral-22 Feeding behavior of Pacific salmon in the Bering Sea and status of their forage base during 2003-2007 period
  A.F. Volkov and S.V. Naydenko*
  Abstract
   
Oral-23 A comparison of jellyfish distribution to oceanographic characteristics and salmon distributions during a warm year (2004) and a cold year (2006) in eastern Bering Sea
  K. Cieciel*, E. Farley, and L. Eisner 
  Abstract     PPT (pdf, 3.0 Mb)
   
Oral-24 Diets and appetites of hatchery-reared and wild coho salmon in the Strait of Georgia
  R.M. Sweeting* and R.J. Beamish
  Abstract
   
Oral-25 Lipid content of immature chum salmon in the North Pacific Ocean and the Bering Sea
  T. Kaga*, S. Sato, M. Fukuwaka, and S. Urawa
  Abstract     PPT (pdf, 1.0 Mb)
   
Oral-26 GIS analysis of potential trophic interactions between Pacific salmon and their predators during marine life period
  V.V. Sviridov
  Abstract
   
   
3-4. Production Trends and Carrying Capacity of Salmon
  Chairpersons: M. Kaeriyama         
   
Keynote-4  Perspective on production trends and carrying capacity of Pacific salmon in the North Pacific
  M. Kaeriyama*, H. Seo, and S. Urawa
  Abstract     PPT (pdf, 1.5 Mb)
    
Oral-27 Climate, growth and population dynamics of Western Alaska Chinook salmon
  G.T. Ruggerone*, J.L. Nielsen, and B. Agler
  Abstract     PPT (pdf, 1.5 Mb)
   
Oral-28 Population dynamics of Asian chum salmon in relation to climate change during 1943-2005
   H. Seo*, H. Kudo, S. Kim, and M. Kaeriyama
  Abstract
   
Oral-29 Global and regional elements of ecological capacity of the Pacific salmon habitat
  O.F. Gritsenko, N.V. Klovach*, M.A. Bogdanov, and Y.N. Tananaeva
  Abstract     PPT (pdf, 0.4 Mb)
   
Oral-30 Is body size of maturing chum salmon returning to North America and Japan related to population density and/or sea conditions in the eastern Bering Sea?
  J.H. Helle*, E.C. Martinson, and M. Fukuwaka
  Abstract
   
Oral-31 Role of Pacific salmon juveniles in the epipelagical ichthyocenoses of the eastern and western Kamchatka
  M.V. Koval
  Abstract     PPT (pdf, 5 Mb)
   
Oral-32 Growth rate potential of juvenile chum salmon on the eastern Bering Sea shelf: an assessment of salmon carrying capacity
  E.V. Farley, Jr.* and J.H. Moss
  Abstract     PPT (pdf, 1.5 Mb)
   
Oral-33 The salmon MALBEC project: a North Pacific scale study to support salmon conservation planning
  X. Augerot, R. Hilborn, N. Mantua, K. Myers, R. Peterman, D. Preikshot, P. Rand, G. Ruggerone, D. Schindler, J. Stanford, N. Taylor*, R. Walker, and C. Walters
  Abstract
   
   
4 Discussion and Summary on BASIS 2002-2006: Where Do We Go from Here?
  Chairpersons: E. Farley         
   
Oral-34  The SALSEA Programme improving understanding of the migration and distribution of salmon in the North Atlantic
  M.L. Windsor and P. Hutchinson
  Abstract     PPT (pdf, 1 Mb)
    
Oral-35 Future salmon research: insights from the Long-term Research and Monitoring Project
  D. Beamish
   
SS-1 Session Summary-1: Migration and Distribution of Salmon
  K. Myers
  PPT (pdf, 0.1 Mb)
   
SS-2 Session Summary-2: Food Production and Salmon Growth
  S. Kang and T. Nagasawa
  PPT (pdf, 0.1 Mb)
   
SS-3 Session Summary-3: Feeding Habits and Trophic Interaction
  N. Davis and V. Sviridov
  PPT (pdf, 0.1 Mb)
   
SS-4 Session Summary-4: Production Trends and Carrying Capacity of Salmon
  M. Kaeriyama
  PPT (pdf, 0.5 Mb)
   
Discussion Where do we go from here?
  PPT (pdf, 1.4 Mb)

Poster Sessions

3. Biological Responses by Salmon to Climate and Ecosystem Dynamics
   
3-1. Migration and Distribution of Salmon
   
Poster-1 Bering-Aleutian Salmon International Survey (BASIS): population-biological researches in the western part of Bering Sea (Russian economic zone). Part 2 - sockeye salmon Oncorhynchus nerka
  A.V. Bugaev
  Abstract
   
Poster-2 Bering-Aleutian Salmon International Survey (BASIS): population-biological researches in the western part of Bering Sea (Russian economic zone). Part 3 - Chinook salmon Oncorhynchus tschawytscha
  A.V. Bugaev
  Abstract    
   
Poster-3 Origin and distribution local stocks of sockeye salmon Oncorhynchus nerka in the western part of the Bering Sea in August - October 2006
  A.V. Bugaev*, I.I. Glebov, E.V. Golub, K.W. Myers, J.E. Seeb, and M. Foster
  Abstract
   
Poster-4 Water dynamics of the Southwestern Bering Sea and its effects in distribution of juvenile pink salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) on the north-east coast of Kamchatka in September
  O.B. Tepnin
  Abstract
   
Poster-5 Do Bering Sea temperatures regulate catch rates in the South Alaska Peninsula June fishery?
  P.C. Martin
  Abstract
   
Poster-6 Mixed stock analysis of autumn schools of immature sockeye salmon in West Bering Sea (West Pacifics)
  O.F. Gritsenko, N.V. Klovach*, D.A. Zelenina, A.M. Khrustaleva, and N.S. Mugue
  Abstract
   
Poster-7 Reproduction short-term vertical movements of chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) using a simple model
  T. Azumaya* and T. Nagasawa
  Abstract    PPT (pdf, 0.1 Mb)
   
Poster-8 Some aspects and results of hydroacoustic researches of Pacific salmon in the Bering Sea (Russian EEZ) in summer-autumn 2003-2007
  A.V. Nikolaev*, M.Y. Kuznetsov, and E.V. Syrovatkin
  Abstract
   
Poster-9 Distribution of otolith-marked chum salmon in the Bering Sea and North Pacific Ocean in 2006 and 2007
  M. Takahashi*, N. Watanabe, S. Kitatsuji, B.A. Agler, S. Sato, and S. Urawa
  Abstract
   
Poster-10 Non-random distribution of chum salmon stocks in the Bering Sea and North Pacific Ocean during summer and fall in 2002 to 2004
  S. Sato*, S. Moriya, T. Azumaya, H. Nagoya, S. Abe, and S. Urawa
  Abstract
   
Poster-11 Origin of juvenile chum salmon caught on the 2007 U.S. BASIS survey of the Bering Strait and Chukchi Sea using genetic markers
  C.M. Kondzela*, M.R. Garvin, J.M. Murphy, and J.H. Moss
  Abstract     PPT (pdf, 0.3 Mb)
   
Poster-12 High-resolution stock identification for migratory studies of Chinook salmon
  W.D. Templin*, L.W. Seeb, J. Murphy, and J.E. Seeb
  Abstract
   
Poster-13 Monitoring of viruses in chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) migrating to Korea
  D.J. Jeon, C.H. Lee, C.S. Lee, K.B. Seong, and J.H. Kim*
  Abstract
   
Poster-14 Management of salmon bycatch in the eastern Bering Sea pollock fishery
  D.L. Stram* and J.N. Ianelli
  Abstract
   
   
3-2. Food Production and Salmon Growth
   
Poster-15 Interannual variation in phytoplankton biomass, spatial distribution, and taxonomic assemblage structure on the eastern Bering Sea shelf
  J.A. Lanksbury* and L.B. Eisner
  Abstract
   
Poster-16 Density-dependent growth of Alaska sockeye salmon under varied climate and production regimes in the North Pacific Ocean, 1925-1998
  E.C. Martinson*, J.H. Helle, D.L. Scarnecchia, and H.H. Stokes
  Abstract
   
Poster-17 Growth and survival of sockeye salmon from Karluk Lake, Alaska in relation to climatic and oceanic regimes and indices, 1922-2000
  E.C. Martinson*, J.H. Helle, and D.L. Scarnecchia
  Abstract
   
   
   
3-3. Food Habits and Trophic Interaction
   
Poster-18 Feeding selectivity of Pacific salmon in the western Bering Sea and adjacent Pacific waters
  A.V. Zavolokin*, A.M. Slabinskiy, and A.Y. Efimkin
  Abstract
   
Poster-19 Winter food habits of Chinook salmon in the eastern Bering Sea
  N.D. Davis*, K.W. Myers, and W.J. Fournier
  Abstract     PPT (pdf, 0.2 Mb)
   
Poster-20 Pacific salmon feeding behavior in the eastern Bering Sea in August-October of 2003-2007
  N.A. Kuznetsova*, E.V. Farley, J.M. Murphy, L. Eisner, J. Moss, K. Cieciel, A. Middleton, and O.A. Ivanov
  Abstract
   
Poster-21 Genetic techniques provide evidence of Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) feeding on pollock offal
  T. Buser*, N.D. Davis, L. Hauser, and I. Jimnez-Hidalgo
  Abstract
   
Poster-22 Changes of zooplankton structure and bioproductivity in the Bering Sea at the beginning of the 21st century
  E. Dulepova* and A. Volkov
  Abstract
   
   
3-4. Production Trends and Carrying Capacity of Salmon
   
Poster-23 Food supply of Pacific salmon in the western Bering Sea and adjacent Pacific waters
  A.V. Zavolokin*, E.A. Zavolokina, I.I. Glebov, A.M. Slabinskiy, and A.Y. Efimkin
  Abstract
   
Poster-24 Changes in size and growth rate of Anadir River chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) in 1962-2007
  E.A. Zavolokina, A.V. Zavolokin*, and Y.N. Khokhlov
  Abstract
   
Poster-25 Can juvenile sockeye salmon research be utilized for stock-specific forecasts of returning adults to Bristol Bay Alaska?
  E.V. Farley, Jr.*, J. Murphy, and C. Habicht
  Abstract     PPT (pdf, 0.8 Mb)
   
Poster-26 Effect of salmon-derived matter and nutrients on Dolly Varden, brown bear and vegetation in the Rusha River, Shiretoko World Natural Heritage area
  Y. Koshino*, Y. Yokoyama, H. Kudo, and M. Kaeriyama
  Abstract
   
Poster-27 Salmon distribution in the northern Japan during the Jomon Period
  Y. Ishida* and A. Yamada
  Abstract
   
Poster-28 Genetic population structure of the Yurappu River chum salmon Oncorhynchus keta determined with the mitochondrial DNA analysis
  R. Yokotani*, S. Kitada, H. Kudo, S. Abe, and M. Kaeriyama
  Abstract
   
Poster-29 Dynamics of escapement and spawning of pink salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) at rivers in the Shiretoko World Natural Heritage area, 2007
  Y. Yokoyama*, Y. Koshino, H. Kudo, and M. Kaeriyama
  Abstract
   
Poster-30 Cyclic climate changes and salmon production in the Bering-Aleutian region
  L. Klyashtorin* and A. Lyubushin
  Abstract

 

 


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