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Bridging the gap between ecosystem modelling tools and geographic information systems: driving a food web model with external spatial-temporal data

AuthorsSteenbeek, Jeroen ; Coll, Marta ; Gurney, Leigh; Mélin, Frédéric; Hoepffner, Nicolas; Buszowski, Joe; Christensen, Villy
Issue Date12-Nov-2014
CitationFisheries Centre Research Reports 22(3): 182-183 (2014)
Ecopath 30 Years Conference Proceedings: Extended Abstracts: 182-183 (2014)
AbstractIt is becoming clear that climate change and human activities will have notable impacts on marine ecosystems in the future, but the extent is poorly understood. Research is challenged by the limitations of present-day ecosystem models to address the interrelated spatial dynamics between climate, ocean chemistry, marine food webs, and human systems
DescriptionConference and workshops Ecopath 30 years – Modelling ecosystem dynamics: beyond boundaries with EwE, 4-14 November 2014, Barcelona, Spain.-- 2 pages, 2 figures
Identifiersissn: 1198-6727
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