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    SC-CAMLR-IM-I

    Full Name
    First Intersessional Meeting of the Scientific Committee
    Location:
    Bremerhaven, Germany
    Meeting Start Date/Time:
    Meeting End Date/Time:
    Submissions Due
    Monday, 27 May 2013 - 00:00 Australia/Hobart (Working Paper)
    Tuesday, 11 June 2013 - 00:00 Australia/Hobart (Background Paper)
    Meeting Report:
    e-sc-im-i.pdf (466.8 KB)

      Documents

      Document Number Title Agenda Item(s)
      CCAMLR-SM-II/BG/04
      More Info
      Antarctic Ocean Legacy: Securing Enduring Protection for the Ross Sea Region – Updated AOA Report
      Submitted by ASOC (Printed copies of the brochure will be available at the meeting)
      2
      CCAMLR-SM-II/BG/06
      More Info
      AOA Briefing 2: Applying the Precautionary Principle to Marine Reserves and Marine Protected Areas
      Submitted by ASOC (Printed copies of the brochure will be available at the meeting)
      2
      CCAMLR-SM-II/BG/07
      More Info
      AOA Briefing 3: Climate Change and Ocean Acidification: Benefits of Marine Reserves and Marine Protected Areas
      Submitted by ASOC (Printed copies of the brochure will be available at the meeting)
      2
      SC-CAMLR-IM-I/01
      More Info
      Provisional Agenda for the First Intersessional Meeting of the Scientific Committee for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (Bremerhaven, Germany, 11 to 13 July 2013)
      1.1
      SC-CAMLR-IM-I/02
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      Provisional Annotated Agenda for the First Intersessional Meeting of the Scientific Committee for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (Bremerhaven, Germany, 11 to 13 July 2013)
      1.1
      SC-CAMLR-IM-I/03
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      The influence of ice conditions on the longline toothfish fishery in the Ross Sea and the likely impact that the introduction of marine protected areas (MPAs) will have on catches
      Delegation of Russia
      2
      SC-CAMLR-IM-I/04 Rev. 1
      More Info
      The designation of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) in Antarctic waters
      Delegation of Russia
      2
      SC-CAMLR-IM-I/05 Rev. 1
      More Info
      Proposal by the Russian Federation to open areas of special scientific interest in the CCAMLR Convention Area (Part 1, Ross Sea and East Antarctica)
      Delegation of Russia
      2
      SC-CAMLR-IM-I/06 Rev. 2
      More Info
      MPAs in the area regulated by the Convention on the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (background, plans and reality)
      Delegation of Russia
      2
      SC-CAMLR-IM-I/07
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      Is it necessary to establish MPAs in Divisions 58.4.1 and 58.4.2 to protect krill resources from the impact of fishing?
      Delegation of Russia
      2
      SC-CAMLR-IM-I/08
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      Science supporting the joint New Zealand–United States proposal for the establishment of a marine protected area in the Ross Sea Region
      Delegations of the USA and New Zealand
      2.1
      SC-CAMLR-IM-I/09
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      Analysis of potential threats from fishing to the objectives of a proposed Ross Sea region MPA
      Delegations of New Zealand and the USA
      2.1
      SC-CAMLR-IM-I/10 Rev. 1
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      Scientific background to the proposed East Antarctica Representative System of Marine Protected Areas
      Delegations of Australia, France and the European Union
      2
      SC-CAMLR-IM-I/BG/01
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      Existing initiatives that provide an extensive framework for research and monitoring in East Antarctica
      Delegations of Australia, France and the European Union
      2
      SC-CAMLR-IM-I/BG/02
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      Review of the toothfish fishery in SSRU 881K from 1997–98 to 2011–12 and opportunities for fisheries research
      Delegation of New Zealand
      2.1
      SC-CAMLR-IM-I/BG/03 Rev. 1
      More Info
      A draft plan for research and monitoring in the Ross Sea region, in association with spatial marine protection
      Delegations of New Zealand and the USA
      2.1

      Agenda

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      1     Opening of meeting

      The meeting will open at 0900h on Thursday, 11 July 2013.

      The Chair (Dr C. Jones, USA) will open the meeting and welcome delegations of CCAMLR Members and observers. The Chair will also welcome observers from non Contracting Parties and international organisations invited in accordance with the decision taken last year (SC-CAMLR-XXXI, paragraph 15.9) and further considerations in COMM CIRCs 13/15, 13/16, 13/27 and 13/38 and SC CIRCs 13/09, 13/10, 13/16 and 13/25.

      The Chair will invite Professor Karin Lochte, Director of the Alfred Wegener Institute, to address the Scientific Committee and welcome participants to Bremerhaven.

      The Chair will outline procedural matters including logistical, administrative and technical support available to the Meeting.

      1.1     Adoption of agenda

      The Preliminary Agenda for the Intersessional Meeting of the Scientific Committee was prepared and distributed in accordance with Rule 5 of the Scientific Committee’s Rules of Procedure (SC CIRC 13/09). A Provisional Agenda, taking account of Members’ additions and comments on the Preliminary Agenda, was distributed on 24 May 2013 in accordance with Rule 7 of the Rules of Procedure.
       

      2     Marine Protected Areas

      At CCAMLR-XXXI the Chair of the Scientific Committee agreed to convene an Intersessional Meeting of the Scientific Committee, immediately prior to the Special Meeting of the Commission, in order to provide scientific advice on the Joint New Zealand and USA MPA proposal in the Ross Sea region and the Joint Australia, France and EU MPA proposal in East Antarctica (CCAMLR-XXXI, paragraphs 7.105 and 7.108). The Scientific Committee will review science already considered by the Scientific Committee and any additional available science to formulate advice to assist the Commission’s deliberations on the proposals, in accordance with the relevant aspects of CM 91-04.
       

      CCAMLR-SM-II/BG/04 Antarctic Ocean Legacy: Securing Enduring Protection for the Ross Sea Region – Updated AOA Report
      Submitted by ASOC (Printed copies of the brochure will be available at the meeting)
      CCAMLR-SM-II/BG/06 AOA Briefing 2: Applying the Precautionary Principle to Marine Reserves and Marine Protected Areas
      Submitted by ASOC (Printed copies of the brochure will be available at the meeting)
      CCAMLR-SM-II/BG/07 AOA Briefing 3: Climate Change and Ocean Acidification: Benefits of Marine Reserves and Marine Protected Areas
      Submitted by ASOC (Printed copies of the brochure will be available at the meeting)
      SC-CAMLR-IM-I/03 The influence of ice conditions on the longline toothfish fishery in the Ross Sea and the likely impact that the introduction of marine protected areas (MPAs) will have on catches
      Delegation of Russia
      SC-CAMLR-IM-I/04 Rev. 1 The designation of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) in Antarctic waters
      Delegation of Russia
      SC-CAMLR-IM-I/05 Rev. 1 Proposal by the Russian Federation to open areas of special scientific interest in the CCAMLR Convention Area (Part 1, Ross Sea and East Antarctica)
      Delegation of Russia
      SC-CAMLR-IM-I/06 Rev. 2 MPAs in the area regulated by the Convention on the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (background, plans and reality)
      Delegation of Russia
      SC-CAMLR-IM-I/07 Is it necessary to establish MPAs in Divisions 58.4.1 and 58.4.2 to protect krill resources from the impact of fishing?
      Delegation of Russia
      SC-CAMLR-IM-I/10 Rev. 1 Scientific background to the proposed East Antarctica Representative System of Marine Protected Areas
      Delegations of Australia, France and the European Union
      SC-CAMLR-IM-I/BG/01 Existing initiatives that provide an extensive framework for research and monitoring in East Antarctica
      Delegations of Australia, France and the European Union
      2.1     Joint New Zealand and USA MPA proposal on the Ross Sea region

      The Scientific Committee will review the science provided in the Joint New Zealand and USA MPA proposal for the Ross Sea as well as any additional available science provided at the meeting.
       

      2.2     Joint Australia, France and EU MPA proposal on East Antarctica

      The Scientific Committee will review the science provided in the Joint Australia, France and EU MPA proposal for East Antarctica as well as any additional available science provided at the meeting.
       

      2.3     Generic issues
      2.4     Advice to Commission

      The Scientific Committee will provide scientific advice to the Commission in accordance with the Commission’s request from CCAMLR-XXXI (CCAMLR-XXXI, paragraph 7.105(ii)). As per Part II, Rule 3 of the Rules of Procedure of the Scientific Committee, recommendations and advice pursuant to the Convention shall normally be determined by consensus. Where consensus cannot be achieved, the Committee shall set out in its report all views advanced on the matter under consideration. Where the Committee takes decisions, it will do so in accordance with Article XII of the Convention.
       

      3     Other business

      The Scientific Committee will consider any other business.
       

      4     Adoption of report of the Intersessional Meeting

      The Scientific Committee will adopt the report of the Intersessional Meeting.
       

      5     Close of meeting

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