Timeline

Detail timeline of activities

Year 1 (July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016)

・「 Each country will hold a kick-off meeting in Year 1 and will hold a second meeting during this period if considered necessary to coordinate national activities. These may be held using web conference software or video conferencing facilities if funding is unavailable to hold direct face-to-face meetings.
・「 For the first international project meeting, held in Japan during spring 2016, Japanese stakeholders will be invited to attend. We will publish a report summarizing outcomes of this meeting by June 2016.
・「 Lead PIs will coordinate ongoing review and synthesis activities in each country and will disseminate tentative results through the ESSAS website.

Year 2 (July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017)

・「 Each country will hold one or two organizational meetings or workshops in Year 2 to
coordinate national activities using face-to-face meetings, web conference software or
video conferencing facilities.
・「 The second project meeting will be held in Year 2 in Alaska, if possible in conjunction
with the ESSAS Annual Science Meeting. This meeting will have a regional focus and will primarily include US PIs and stakeholders with at least some international participants (Partner PIs and stakeholders) from the other member countries. We expect to meet in early 2017 with a summary report to be completed by June 2017.
・「 Lead PIs will coordinate ongoing review and synthesis activities in each country and will disseminate tentative results through the ESSAS website.
・「 All PIs participate in the mid-term meeting of the Belmont Forum.

Year 3 (July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018)

・「 Each country will hold one or two organizational meetings or workshops in Year 3 to coordinate national activities using face-to-face meetings, web conference software or video conferencing facilities. This will include an overall synthesis meeting in spring 2018 that may include Partner PIs from other countries as needed.
・「 The third international project meeting will be held in Year 3 in Norway, if possible in conjunction with the ESSAS Annual Science Meeting. Partner PIs from all member countries and Norwegian stakeholders will attend this meeting but will have had earlier input during national meetings in years 1 and/or 2. We expect to meet in fall 2017, with a summary report to be completed by early 2018.
・「 Each country will hold at least one national meeting or workshop following the international project meeting to continue the synthesis and writing activities.
・「 Lead PIs will coordinate the progress in their respective countries and will continue to disseminate results and advancements on the website.
・「 All PIs participate in the end-of-term meeting of the Belmont Forum.

Year 4 (after July 1 2018)

・「 We will publish final reports in summer or fall 2018 in accordance with requirements of the national funding agencies and the Belmont Forum.

Other required reports and documentation will be prepared in accordance with requirements of the national funding agencies and the Belmont Forum.
The above activities, which will bring together natural and social scientists with stakeholders from the fishing industry, regional management bodies, governments and coastal communities, will assess whether the biological, management and socio-economic systems have the resilience and adaptive capacity to cope with anticipated changes.

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