Russian Journal of Marine Biology Vol. 26, No. 4, 2000, pp. 306-30Z Original Russian Text Copyright 9 2000 by Biologiya Morya, Zvalinskii, Zuenko. CHRONICLES The PICES 2000 Lower Trophic Level Modeling Workshop, Nemuro Pursuant to the decision of the Climate Change and Prof. M. Kishi presented a ten-component model of the Ecological Capacity of the Ocean committee (CCCC: lower trophic levels, designed by him and a group of students from Hokkaido University, which had already Climate Change and Carrying Capacity) within the framework of PICES (the North Pacific Marine Science been considered at the MODEL group workshop and at Organization), the MODEL working group held a the annual PICES meeting in Vladivostok in 1999, but meeting on the modeling of the lower trophic levels of which had been improved upon subsequently. After a marine ecosystems in Nemuro (Japan), at the extreme rather long discussion, it was decided that a prototype northeast of Hokkaido Island, from January 30 to Feb- model could be developed on the basis of the concep- ruary 3, 2000. Twenty-nine scientists from all six coun- tual pattern of the box model suggested by Professor tries included in PICES took part in the meeting: 2 from Kishi,
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