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EcoTroph, a son of Ecopath to project global impact of climate change and fishing strategies

Abstract : EcoTroph (ET) is an oversimplified trophic-level-based model, based on two ideas: Ecosystem structure can be summarized using trophic spectra, i.e. the continuous distribution of the biomass, production, catch, fishing mortality, etc. across trophic levels Ecosystem functioning modeled as a flow of biomass surging up the food web, from primary producers to top-predators
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Didier Gascuel, Hubert Du Pontavice, Ilan Perez, Jennifer Rehren. EcoTroph, a son of Ecopath to project global impact of climate change and fishing strategies. Making Ecosystem-based management operational Conférence Ecopath 35 year, Dec 2019, St Petersburg, United States. 2019. ⟨hal-02552315⟩

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