From data to End-to -End Models:15 years of research to describe the dynamics of exploited marine ecosystems in the Eastern Channel

Abstract : Considerable research has been conducted in the past 15 years around the Eastern English Channel ecosystem. Data collected since the 1970s on the biotic and abiotic compartments have been collated and mapped out in the mid-2000. This spatially explicit information formed a sound basis to improve knowledge on, and model, the functioning and dynamics of key ecosystem compartments, with a focus on flatfish species and fisheries and their interactions with other sectors of activity (aggregate extractions, maritime traffic). The more recent ongoing works are dedicated to the integration of those processes into several complementary end-to-end ecosystem models.
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Paul Marchal, Loïc Gasche, R. Girardin, Olivier Le Pape, M. Huret, et al.. From data to End-to -End Models:15 years of research to describe the dynamics of exploited marine ecosystems in the Eastern Channel. Hubert-Jean Ceccaldi; Yves Hénocque; Yasuyuki Koike; Teruhisa Komatsu; Georges Stora; Marie-Hélène Tusseau-Vuillemin. Marine Productivity: Perturbation and Resilience of Socio-Ecosystems, Springer International Publishing, pp.169-173, 2015, 978-3-319-13878-7. ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-13878-7_18⟩. ⟨hal-01903555⟩

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