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“Adaptive approaches to biodiversity and resource management: strategies for incorporating climate variability and long-term change” was theme of the discussion moderated by Mary Gasalla at the National Taiwan Ocean University in October 15th 2018.

The discussion was opened to the 72 participants of the meeting with a focus on some research from Japan, Taiwan and United States, as a session chair during 4th CLIOTOP (Climate Impacts on Oceanic Top Predators) Symposium, a Program from IMBER (Integrated Marine Biosphere Research) in Keelung. Study cases attempted to incorporate climate-related parameters in stock assessment and marine biodiversity management, and participants raised critical issues and needs of advancement in diferent parts of the world.

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