2 - Ecosystem modeling

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)

Communications

Title

7. Prof. Robert Lafite et al. (France)

Physical and biological perturbations linked to marine aggregate extraction in the eastern Channel.

> application/pdf Abstract 7.
> application/octet-stream la communication orale n° 7

8. Dr. Masahiko Sasano et al. (Japan)

Use of bio-fluorescent characteristics for ecosystem monitoring on hydrothermal deposits.

> application/pdf Abstract 8.
> application/octet-stream la communication orale n° 8

9. Dr. Verena Trenkel et al. (France)

Indicators for ecosystem based management: methods and applications.

> application/pdf Abstract 9.
> application/octet-stream la communication orale n° 9

10. Prof. Teruhisa Komatsu (Japan)

Impact of the huge tsunami  on the 11th March 2011 to a nearshore ecosystem in Sanriku coast.

> application/pdf Abstract 10.
> application/octet-stream la communication orale n° 10

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.

> application/pdf Abstract 11.
> application/octet-stream la communication orale n° 11

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.

> application/pdf Abstract 12.
> application/pdf la communication orale n° 12

from 16:00 to 16:30

coffee break and application/pdf posters exhibition