In Spring Quarter 2013, Vincent Gallucci, Chair of Canadian Studies and Professor in the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, presented papers on Arctic geopolitics at three separate conferences.
In March, Vince traveled to Iceland where he presented the paper, “Fisheries resources under climate change and Arctic governance: A risk perspective” at a conference at the University of Iceland. The conference, The Trans-Arctic Agenda: Challenge of Development Security Cooperation, was a high-level seminar of the Institute for International Affairs and Centre for Arctic Policy Studies, University of Iceland and the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute held in cooperation with the Swedish and Icelandic Ministries for Foreign Affairs.
In April, Vince presented a paper, “How melting Arctic ice will change Russia, Canada and the rest of us,” at the 19th Annual Ellison Center for Russian, East European and Central Asian Studies, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies Conference. The conference was held on the University of Washington campus.
This past May, he presented the paper with C. Michel, “Climate induced changes in Arctic marine ecosystem diversity with consequences for indigenous communities,” at the Wakefield Symposium: Responses of Arctic Marine Ecosystems to Climate Change held in Anchorage, Alaska.
Vince has served as the Chair of Canadian Studies since January 2013. Vince is a professor in the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences and director of the Center for Quantitative Sciences. He held the Lowell A. and Frankie L. Wakefield Professorship in Ocean and Fishery Sciences from 2001-2008.
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