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Clarke Murray, C. Art, Aliens, and Radiation. Vancouver Aquarium public event, March 7, 2016, Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre.

Clarke Murray, C. Connections and Challenges: Lessons learned five years after the Great Japanese Tsunami of 2011. Special Seminar, March 8, 2016, Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. Oral presentation.

Clarke Murray, C., Therriault, T., Wallace, N. Maki, H., and Bychkov, A.  Effects of marine debris caused by the Great Tsunami of 2011. 9th International Conference on Marine Bioinvasions, Sydney, Australia, January 19-21, 2016. Poster presentation.

Kataoka, T., Kako, S., Clarke Murray, C., Plybon, C., Murphy, T.A., Barnea, N., Hinata, H., and Isobe, A. Techniques for quantifying the accumulation of marine debris on beaches, Workshop on Mission Concepts for Marine Debris Sensing, Honolulu, USA, 19-21 Jan. 2016. Oral presentation.

Maximenko, N.A.,  Hafner, J., MacFadyen, A., Kamachi, M.,  and Clarke Murray, C. Using the data from accidents and natural disasters to improve marine debris modeling. Ocean Sciences Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, 21-26 February 2016. Oral presentation.

Clarke Murray, C.. Effects of Marine Debris. Seminar Grade 6 elementary school students at Tong’an Road Primary School in Qingdao, China. In association with the PICES 2015 Annual Meeting. Oral presentation.

Bychkov, A., Clarke Murray, C., Therriault, T., Wallace, N., and Maki, H. Effects of Marine Debris Caused by the Great Tsunami of 2011. 42nd Session of GESAMP (GESAMP-42), UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, France, August 31-September 3, 2015. Poster Presentation.

Mach, M.E., Clarke Murray, C., RG Martone. Assessing a mess of cumulative effects: a scientific perspective. International Marine Conservation Congress (IMCC), Glasgow, Scotland, August 2014.

Clarke Murray, C. Scientific perspectives on cumulative effects in marine ecosystems. WWF-Canada Grounding Cumulative Effects Workshop, Prince Rupert, British Columbia. May 29, 2014. Keynote Presentation.

Clarke Murray, C., Agbayani, S., Ban, N.C. Scenarios of cumulative effects. PICES Future Open Science Meeting, Kohala Coast, Hawaii, April 2014.

Therriault, T.W. and Clarke Murray, C. Potential Risks of Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Associated with Japan Tsunami Marine Debris (JTMD): a preliminary analysis. ICES ASC 2013/A. 23-27 September 2013. Reykjavik, Iceland

Clarke Murray, C., Mach, M.E., Goldman Martone, R., Chan, K.M.A., and O, M. (2013) Assessing direct and indirect cumulative risk to ecological components in the North Pacific. PICES Annual Meeting. Oct 21-25, 2013, Nanaimo, Canada, Oral presentation. *** Winner of best early career scientist presentation award

Clarke Murray, C. Pet or Dinner? An evaluation of the live animal trade. 8th International Conference on Marine Bioinvasions. August 20-22, 2013, Vancouver, Canada (Conference organizer)

Clarke Murray, C. An ecological risk assessment framework for Pacific Canada. Management Solutions for Underwater Noise in Canada’s Pacific. Workshop June 6-7, 2013, Vancouver, Canada.

Clarke Murray, C.; Gartner, H.; E. Pakhomov, K. Chan and T. Therriault.  Disentangling the patterns and drivers of invasion: a northern temperate case study. 7th International Conference on Marine Bioinvasions August 22-24, 2011, Barcelona, Spain.

Clarke Murray, C.; E. Pakhomov, P. Martone, and T. Therriault.  Drag racing invasive species: buckle up and hold on tight. Canadian Aquatic Invasive Species Network (CAISN) AGM, Quebec City, Canada. March 2011 Poster presentation. ***Winner of best student presentation award***

Clarke Murray, C. and T. Therriault.  Invited speaker.  DFO Workshop on Risk Assessment of Recreational Boating Vector.  March 2011. Montreal,Quebec, Canada.

Clarke Murray, C.; P. Martone, and T. Therriault. Biomechanics of Invasion: Interspecific adaptations for transport in hull fouling communities. Western Society of Naturalists Annual Meeting.  November 2010. Oral presentation.San Diego, California.

Clarke Murray, C., E. Pakhomov, and T. Therriault.  Can we predict the presence of invasive species on recreational boats in British Columbia using boater characteristics? Canadian Aquatic Invasive Species Network (CAISN) Annual Meeting. April 2010.  Oral presentation.Victoria,Canada.

Clarke Murray, C. & T. Therriault. Recreational boating: a significant vector of invasive species in the marine waters of British Columbia, Canada. Sixth Annual Conference on Marine Bioinvasions. August 2009, Oral Presentation. Portland, USA.

Clarke Murray, C., E. Pakhomov, and T. Therriault. Assessing the risk of invasive species transport by the recreational boating vector. Canadian Aquatic Invasive Species Network (CAISN) Annual Meeting. April 2009.   Poster presentation. Halifax, Canada.

Clarke, Cathryn L; Glen S. Jamieson, Thomas W. Therriault, and Heidi Gartner. Invasive tunicates in the Strait of Georgia, British Columbia.  Georgia Basin/Puget Sound Conference, April 2007.  Oral Presentation. Vancouver, Canada.

Cathryn L Clarke, Tom W Therriault, Glen S Jamieson. Spatial distribution of invasive tunicates in British Columbia, Canada.  BC Shellfish Growers Association AGM, November 2006.  Invited Presentation. Courteney, BC.

Clarke, Cathryn L., Tom W Therriault, Glen S Jamieson, Debbie Paltzat, Kristen Daniel, Claudio DiBacco. Spatial distribution of invasive tunicates in British Columbia, Canada. ASLO, June 2006.  ASLO Oral Presentation. Victoria, Canada

Jamieson, G.S. and C.L. Clarke.  Identification of ecologically and biologically significant marine areas for Integrated Management and marine protected area network design in British Columbia. George Wright Society Biennial Conference, March 2005.  Oral presentation. Philadelphia, USA

Clarke, C.L.  The interaction between radula morphology and feeding type in opisthobranch molluscs. World Congress of Malacology Conference, July 2004. Oral Presentation. Perth, Western Australia,Australia.

Clarke, C.L. and R. de Nys.   Distribution and abundance of sea hares in tropical intertidal habitats in relation to environmental factors. World Congress of Malacology Conference, July 2004. Poster presentation. Perth, Western Australia, Australia.