SI14B:
Sustainable Food from the Sea: Challenges and Solutions II Posters

Session ID#: 92719

Session Description:
Steady growth in the size and wealth of the global human population coupled with changing food preferences for meat and seafood is putting increased pressure on our food systems.  While aquaculture and fisheries both have the potential to produce protein with a relatively low environmental footprint, these two sectors also have a history of adverse environmental impacts and unsustainable practices. Understanding how aquaculture and fisheries can contribute to the growing demand for food without compromising the health and functioning of marine ecosystems is a key challenge going forward.  In this session we will explore topics related to potential synergies between sustainable development and seafood production, opportunities to align fisheries and aquaculture with conservation objectives, positive and negative interactions between fisheries and aquaculture, innovative ways to increase sustainable seafood production, and the consequences of different food production strategies and scenarios on ocean ecosystems.  Abstracts related to the role of fisheries or aquaculture in local to global food systems, or the interactions between fisheries and aquaculture are welcome.  Interdisciplinary, forward-looking, and solutions-focused research is particularly encouraged.
Index Terms:
Primary Chair:  Rebecca Gentry, Florida State University, Geography, Tallahassee, FL, United States
Co-chairs:  Sarah Lester, Florida State University, Geography, Tallahassee, United States, Antoine de Ramon N'Yeurt, University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji and Steven Gaines, University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States
Primary Liaison:  Rebecca Gentry, Florida State University, Geography, Tallahassee, FL, United States
Moderators:  Rebecca Gentry, Florida State University, Geography, Tallahassee, FL, United States and Sarah Lester, Florida State University, Geography, Tallahassee, United States
Student Paper Review Liaison:  Rebecca Gentry, Florida State University, Geography, Tallahassee, FL, United States

Abstracts Submitted to this Session:

 
PREDICTING MARICULTURE'S IMPACTS ON WILD FISHERIES (640050)
Jessica Couture, UC Santa Barbara, Bren School of Environmental Science and Management, Santa Barbara, CA, United States, Steven Gaines, University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States and Benjamin Halpern, UC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States
 
Spatial Planning of Marine Aquaculture Under Climate Decadal Variability: A Case Study for Mussel Farms in Southern California (653444)
Jade Sainz, University of California Santa Barbara, Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, Santa Barbara, CA, United States, Emanuele Di Lorenzo, Georgia Inst Tech, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Atlanta, GA, United States, Thomas W. Bell, University of California Los Angeles, Department of Geography, Los Angeles, CA, United States, Steven Gaines, University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States and Robert J. Miller, University of California, Marine Science Institute, Santa Barbara, CA, United States
 
Re-location of Aquaculture Farms for Sustainable Seafood Provision in Korea’s Coastal Waters under the Accelerated Climate Change (657293)
Jae Young Park, Jungho Nam and Jongseo Yim, Korea Maritime Institute, MSP Research Center, Busan, South Korea
 
Identification of rockfish species in Monterey, CA Fishmarkets using DNA barcoding (648178)
Abby Gunter, Santa Catalina School, Marine Ecology Research Program, Monterey, CA, United States
 
Societal Adoptions to Ocean and Climate Extremes : Application of Information and Communication Technologies for Governing and Sustaining Marine Food Chain in Indo-Pacific and Beyond. (637241)
Kalpana Chaudhari, Development Team Member, Future Earth-Ocean Knowledge Action Networks, Ocean-KAN; Emergent Risks and Extreme Events,Risk-KAN, Assistant Professor, Shah and Anchor Kutchhi Engineering College, Mumbai,India, Mumbai, India, Maria Cerreta, The University of Naples ‘Federico II’,Italy, Professor of Environmental Assessment and Evaluation, Naples, Italy, Pasquale De Toro, Director, Interdepartmental Research Center in Urban Planning ‘Alberto Calza Bini’, The University of Naples ‘Federico II’,Italy, Napoli, Italy and Paruthummootil Jacob Philip, Institute For Sustainable Development and Research,ISDR,India, Kurukshetra, India