May, 2020

202021May12:00 PM12:30 PMImproving Ecosystem Models with Quantitative Parameters of Climate Change Sensitivity Derived from Meta-Analysis12:00 PM - 12:30 PM Organizer: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Region:OnlineTopic:Climate Change,DataCost:No CostConfidence:High TagsFree,online,Weekday


� In the southeastern Hawaiian Islands, an Atlantis model that takes into account climate change is in development to support ecosystem-based fisheries management. Using a meta-analytic framework, we extracted data from over 300 papers that examined responses from tropical Pacific and Indo-Pacific organisms to changes in carbonate chemistry and temperature, and from those effect sizes, produced quantitative sensitivity estimates to inform the Hawaiian Atlantis model.

� Kaitlyn received her PhD from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego, where her research focused on understanding how crustaceans respond to changing ocean conditions, including ocean acidification. Prior to starting her Knauss fellowship in the OAR International Activities Office in February, she worked on the project she is presenting today with the Joint Institute of Marine and Atmospheric Research at the NMFS Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center.�

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