I just returned from the North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES) 2016 Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA. It was a great meeting overall, and allowed me to get better acquainted with the Pacific research community that I’ve recently joined. While there, I presented some preliminary work looking at planktonic food web pathways in the Northern Bering Sea between warm (early ice melt) and cold (late ice melt) years. The presentation was well-received, and earned a Best Oral Presentation award from the TCODE committee. See the presentation here:
As a bonus, I can now share the presentation directly from this website (see link above), and include my speaker notes, which I feel are a critical part of any talk.