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The First NPAFC Workshop on Developing a Mechanistic Understanding of the Impact of a Changing Climate on Salmon Abundance and Distribution Trends

The First NPAFC Workshop on Developing a Mechanistic Understanding of the Impact of a Changing Climate on Salmon Abundance and Distribution Trends

June 4–5, 2024

The First NPAFC Workshop on Developing a Mechanistic Understanding of the Impact of a Changing Climate on Salmon Abundance and Distribution Trends

The North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission is hosting a 2-day workshop from June 4–5, 2024 on Developing a Mechanistic Understanding of the Impact of a Changing Climate on the Salmon Abundance and Distribution Trends. This workshop will be held in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada.

Venue: Vancouver Airport Marriott Hotel, 7571 Westminster Highway, Richmond, BC, V6X 1A3, Canada.

Space will be limited and registration will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Registration opens April 1, 2024. Please see the table below for important dates related to the workshop. More information will be added to this website as planning is finalized.

Read the First Announcement (updated January 19, 2024) HERE (PDF, 235 KB).

Key Workshop Dates

November 2023 Updated announcement of workshop and call for papers
December 2023 Workshop website goes live
February 29, 2024 Abstract submission due
March 15, 2024 Announcement of abstract selection to authors
March 30, 2024 Second announcement of workshop and registrations
April 1, 2024 Workshop and hotel registrations open
May 9, 2024 Workshop and hotel registrations due
June 4–5, 2024 Workshop
June 30, 2024 Extended abstracts due

Organizing Committee

  • Ed Farley, Chairperson (Auke Bay Laboratory, NMFS, USA; SSC)
  • Jackie King (Pacific Biological Station, DFO, Canada; SSC)
  • Dong Wook Yang (Marine Living Resources Division, FIRA, Korea; SSC)
  • Svetlana Naydenko (Pacific Scientific Research Fisheries Center, TINRO, Russia; SSC)
  • Alexei Somov (Pacific Scientific Research Fisheries Center, TINRO, Russia)
  • Satoshi Honda (Fisheries Resources Institute, FRA, Japan; SSC)
  • Ricardo Federizon (NPAFC Secretariat, Canada)