General Registration: $200
Students/Early Career Scientist: $100
Participants from Underrepresented Racial and/or Ethnic Groups: $100
Fees are the same for in-person and virtual participants
April 1, 2022
Poster abstracts: April 1, 2022
In preparation for the workshop, OCB and US CLIVAR hosted a series of webinars on topics related to ecological forecasting.
- The Olympic Coast as a sentinel: Integrated social-ecological vulnerability assessment and co-developing ocean resource management tools with tribal and state managers (Simone Alin, NOAA PMEL)
- Using earth system observations for climate-ready ocean management (recording unavailable due to technical difficulties) (Elliott Hazen, NOAA SWFSC)
- Antarctic marine predator populations are difficult to forecast: Can climate models help? (Heather Lynch, Stony Brook University)
- Recent advances in marine ecosystem modeling in the California Current (Jerome Fiechter, University of California, Santa Cruz)
In addition, the 2021 OCB Summer Workshop featured a session on "opportunities and challenges in ecological forecasting" with SOC member Charlie Stock providing the plenary talk.