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Preparing for the future: integrating spatial ecology into ecosystem-based management

AuthorsLowerre-Barbieri, Susan K.; Catalán, Ignacio Alberto ; Frugård Opdal, Anders; Jørgensen, Christian
big data
future data streams
movement ecology
social dimensions
Issue Date23-Jan-2019
PublisherOxford University Press
CitationICES Journal of Marine Science 76(2): 467-476 (2019)
AbstractMarine resource management is shifting from optimizing single species yield to redefining sustainable fisheries within the context of managing ocean use and ecosystem health. In this introductory article to the theme set, “Plugging spatial ecology into ecosystem-based management (EBM)” we conduct an informal horizon scan with leaders in EBM research to identify three rapidly evolving areas that will be game changers in integrating spatial ecology into EBM. These are: (1) new data streams from fishers, genomics, and technological advances in remote sensing and bio-logging; (2) increased analytical power through “Big Data” and artificial intelligence; and (3) better integration of social dimensions into management. We address each of these areas by first imagining capacity in 20 years from now, and then highlighting emerging efforts to get us there, drawing on articles in this theme set, other scientific literature, and presentations/discussions from the symposium on “Linkages between spatial ecology and sustainable fisheries” held at the ICES Annual Science Conference in September 2017.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fsy209
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