Thursday 17th of October 2013 - Boulogne-sur-mer - Chambre de Commerce et d'Industrie
from 14:00 to 16:30
Integrating complexity with an overall vision from the ecological, économic and social points of view through time and space under varied scenarii
More particularly including:
• Developing indicators in regard to ecosystem and environmental changes ;
• Modeling trophic chains dynamic, prey-predator relationship, impacts related to habitats contamination and physical degradation ;
• Ecosystem vulnerability studies to environmental changes and resilience, impacts on exploited species, dynamic and evolution of production systems ;
Agenda of Thursday 17th of October 2013 - Boulogne-sur-mer
Co-chairmen: Prof. Fabienne Petit and Prof. Hisayuki Arakawa
from 14:00 to 16:00
6 communications of 15 minutes (plus 5 minutes for question)
7. Prof. Robert Lafite et al. (France)
Physical and biological perturbations linked to marine aggregate extraction in the eastern Channel.
8. Dr. Masahiko Sasano et al. (Japan)
Use of bio-fluorescent characteristics for ecosystem monitoring on hydrothermal deposits.
9. Dr. Verena Trenkel et al. (France)
Indicators for ecosystem based management: methods and applications.
10. Prof. Teruhisa Komatsu (Japan)
|Impact of the huge tsunami on the 11th March 2011 to a nearshore ecosystem in Sanriku coast.|
11. Dr. Paul Marchal et al.(France)
Development of end-to-end models to describe the dynamics of exploited marine ecosystems in the Eastern Channel.
12. Prof. Toshiki Nakano (Japan)
Rising to the challenge of reconstructing the coastal fisheries environment following the massive tsunami in Japan: the national 10-year “Tohoku Ecosystem-Associated Marine Sciences (TEAMS)” project.
from 16:00 to 16:30
coffee break andexhibition