Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 7, 295–296 (1997) Role of Forage Fishes in Marine Ecosystems. 13 – 16 November 1996, Anchorage, Alaska. An international symposium entitled ‘Role of forage ﬁshes in marine ecosystems’ was the 14th symposium in the Lowell – Wakeﬁeld series. It was sponsored by a number of agencies in the US, including the University of Alaska Fairbanks (Alaska Sea Grant College Program, Fisheries Division), Alaska Dept of Fish and Game, Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council, North Paciﬁc Fishery Management Council, US Fish and Wildlife Service, US Minerals Management Service, US National Biological Service, and the US National Marine Fisheries Service, and by the Norwegian Institute of Marine Research. The meeting attracted over 200 people with about 80 scientiﬁc contributions, presented either orally or as posters. Nearly all the contributors were from the Northern Hemisphere and most were concerned with topics applicable to higher latitudes. In addition to substantial participation from the US (from all Paciﬁc coast states and others) and Canada (from ﬁve provinces), there was representation from Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Japan, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden, UK, and the Ukraine. The professional background of participants was mixed, with strong participation by
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