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The global ocean is an ecosystem: Simulating marine life and fisheries

AuthorsChristensen, Villy; Coll, Marta CSIC ORCID ; Buszowski, Joe; Cheung, William W.L.; Frölicher, Thomas; Steenbeek, Jeroen CSIC ORCID; Stock, Charles A.; Watson, Reg; Walters, Carl J.
Issue Date12-Nov-2014
CitationFisheries Centre Research Reports 22(3): 175-177 (2014)
Ecopath 30 Years Conference Proceedings: Extended Abstracts: 175-177 (2014)
AbstractThere is considerable effort allocated to understanding how climate change impacts our physical environment, but comparatively little to how life on Earth and ecosystem services will be impacted. We developed a spatial food web model of the global ocean, spanning from primary producers through to top predators and fisheries with the primary aim to evaluate how alternative management actions may impact sea food supply for future generations
DescriptionConference and workshops Ecopath 30 years – Modelling ecosystem dynamics: beyond boundaries with EwE, 4-14 November 2014, Barcelona, Spain.-- 3 pages, 2 figures
Identifiersissn: 1198-6727
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