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8th Consultative Committee Meeting, July 2006, Paris
Large Marine Ecosystem Programs from all over the world are discussed every year at a meeting. The Eighth Consultative Committee Meeting on LMEs was held on 3-4 July 2006. The consultation was convened by the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of UNESCO, the US Department of Commerce's National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the World Conservation Union (IUCN), and the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP).

It was hosted by IOC at UNESCO headquarters, Paris, France. The meeting was co-chaired by IOC Executive Secretary, Dr. Patricio Bernal, Dr. Kenneth Sherman of NOAA, and Dr. Carl Gustaf Lundin of IUCN.

 Presentation Title Format
General
Application of National Coastal Assessment Pollution & Ecosystem Health to LMEs in Regional Seaspdf
 
Assessment and Management of Large Marine Ecosystemspdf
 
The Contribution of LME Indicators to Climate Change Assessments, GEOSS & IOOSpdf
 
Ecosystem modeling training and application for GEF/LMEs, 2004-2007pdf
 
Global Fisheries Ecosystem Management (GFEMN) & the World Council of Fisheries Societies (WCFS)pdf
 
LME Projects and GOOS and GEOSS in Africapdf
 
The New GESAMP: Science for Sustainable Oceans pdf
 
Promoting Ecosystem-based Approaches to Fisheries Conservation in LMEspdf
 
Agulhas-SomaliProgress Since July 2005 pdf
 
ArcticThe Ecological Conditions of Arctic LMEspdf
Large Marine Ecosystems of the Arctic Regional Seaspdf
 
Baltic SeaBaltic Sea LME and Eutrophicationpdf
BONUS for the Baltic Sea Science - Network of Funding Agenciespdf
 
Bay of BengalBay of Bengal Large Marine Ecosystem Project pdf
 
Benguela CurrentClimate Change in the Benguela Current LME and the Benguela Current Commissionpdf
 
Black SeaThe UNDP-GEF Black Sea Ecosystem Recovery Project, Phase II (2004-2007)pdf
 
Canary CurrentCanary Current LME Project: Preliminary TDA, Project Design & PRE-SAPpdf
 
Caribbean SeaThe CLME Project: Governance for Caribbean Living Marine Resourcespdf
 
Guinea CurrentReflections on the LME Approach: The GCLME Scenariopdf
 
Yellow SeaYellow Sea LME Project: Assessment and Fisheries Conditionspdf