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Modeling Antarctic marine ecosystems
This Fisheries Centre Research Report presents eleven papers that describe whole-ecosystem models of four Antarctic areas: the Antarctic Peninsula, Kerguelen Islands, Falkland Islands, and the Southern Plateau region, New Zealand. A mass-balance model, sources of data, and derivations of model parameters are detailed for each region. Dynamic simulation models for the Antarctic Peninsula and the Falklands provide preliminary explorations of critical issues in the management of their fisheries and the effects of climate. Analyses examine competition among krill-eating species, the spatial impacts of potential krill fisheries, and precautionary fishery limits established by management bodies.
|Statement||[edited by M.L.D. Palomares ... et al.].|
|Series||Fisheries Centre research reports -- v. 13, no. 7.|
|Contributions||Palomares, M. L., University of British Columbia. Fisheries Centre.|
|LC Classifications||QH95.58 .M63 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||98 p. :|
|Number of Pages||98|
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Carbon fluxes and pelagic ecosystem dynamics near two western Antarctic Peninsula Adélie penguin colonies: an inverse model this book does not deal only with modeling; it also presents many numerical data analysis techniques.
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Keystone Species. Krill, Antarctic. Land-Ocean Interactions in the Coastal Zone. Landscape Ecology. Modeling Antarctic marine ecosystems book Histories. Limnology, Inland Aquatic Ecosystems. Mammalian Reproductive Strategies, Biology of Infanticide. Management of Large Marine Ecosystems.
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Eugene Murphy has spent over 25 years working on polar marine ecosystems, as a marine ecologist and ecological modeller. His major interests are in the structure and function of oceanic ecosystems, and how biological and physical interactions at different scales affect the dynamics of marine populations, the overall structure of marine.
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Rogers. The importance of historical reconstruction is exemplified by ‘back to the Future’ research which attempts to use quantitative descriptions of past ecosystems to emplace practical restoration goals for management (such as Optimal Restorable Biomass, ORB), while quantifying risks in the management of marine ecosystems from climate and Cited by: Marine Ecosystems and Global Change Kindle Edition and mathematical modeling of marine ecosystems.
Hofmann has worked in a variety of marine environments, most recently the continental shelf region off the western Antarctic Peninsula. She is a member of the US and International GLOBEC Science Steering Committees and is Chair of the Manufacturer: OUP Oxford.
The North Atlantic Aerosols and Marine Ecosystems Study (NAAMES) was a five-year scientific research program that investigated aspects of phytoplankton dynamics in ocean ecosystems, and how such dynamics influence atmospheric aerosols, clouds, and study focused on the sub-arctic region of the North Atlantic Ocean, which is the site of one of Earth's largest.
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Fennel T. Neumann This step-by-step approach to increasing the complexity of the models allows readers to explore the theoretical framework and become familiar with the models even when they have limited experience in mathematical modeling. Top international experts present an integrated overview of UV radiation and its effects on terrestrial, freshwater and marine Arctic biota.
Increased stratospheric ozone depletion and the corresponding increase in ground levels of UV radiation as well as ambient, "natural" UV radiation as a key ecological factor in the Arctic spring and summer.
Dr. Haidvogel’s collaborative research integrates the fields of atmosphere/ocean dynamics, numerical modeling and marine biology to understand the coupling of marine ecosystems with the physical environment, and to anticipate their response to future variability and change in the Earth’s climate system.
We use computer programs to help us understand why and how glaciers move and behave under different climate scenarios. We use well-understood mathmatical equations describing the physics of glaciers (for example, see the Stress and Strain page) to investigate glacier response to changing climates.
Mathmatical models investigate how glaciers responded to climate change. Ensemble Modeling of Antarctic Macroalgal Habitats Exposed to Glacial Melt in a Polar Fjord O., and Bruno, J. The impact of climate change on the world's marine ecosystems.
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However, the Antarctic Ice Sheet is a complex system with interactions between the ice and climate, the ocean, and conditions at the base of the ice sheet. The complexity of the system means that it is not straightforward to determine how one thing will affect another, hence, prediction requires a realistic numerical ice sheet model which takes.
Antarctic krill, Euphausia superba, have a circumpolar distribution but are concentrated within the south-west Atlantic sector, where they support a unique food web and a commercial fishery. Within this sector, our first goal was to produce quantitative distribution maps of all six ontogenetic life stages of krill (eggs, nauplii plus metanauplii, calyptopes, furcilia, juveniles, and adults Author: Frances A.
Perry, Angus Atkinson, Sévrine F. Sailley, Geraint A. Tarling, Simeon L. Hill, Cathy H. Ocean acidification (OA), the change in ocean chemistry caused by carbon dioxide emissions, poses a serious imminent threat to marine organisms, especially those with calcium carbonate shells.
The green-lipped mussel (Perna canaliculus), endemic to New Zealand, is common in coastal ecosystems and is an economically important aquaculture species. Kiorboe, T. & Jackson, G. Marine snow, organic solute plumes, and optimal chemosensory behavior of bacteria. Limnol.
Oceanogr. 46, – ().This paper presents a model of marine Cited by: Cephalopods play an important role in polar marine ecosystems. In this review, we compare the biodiversity, distribution and trophic role of cephalopods in the Arctic and in the Antarctic.
Thirty-two species have been reported from the Arctic, 62 if the Pacific Subarctic is included, with only two species distributed across both these Arctic areas. Abstract 'Back-to-the-Future’ (BTF) attempts to solve the ‘fisheries crisis’ by using past ecosystems as policy goals for the future.
BTF provides an integrative approach to the strategic management of marine ecosystems with policies based on restoration ecology, and an understanding of marine ecosystem processes in the light of findings from terrestrial by: The Fisheries Centre Research Reports are published results of research work carried out, or workshops held, at the Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries.
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She presently serves on the Editorial Boards for the Journal of Marine Research and Antarctic Science, and is Co-editor in Chief for the Journal of Marine Systems. She co-edited the book, Foundations for Ecological Research West of the Antarctic Peninsula, which is part of the American Geophysical Union, Antarctic Research Series.
All six seal species that breed in the Antarctic are covered. Commercial fisheries in the Southern Ocean are controlled by the CCAMLR - Convention on the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources. The aim of the Convention is to conserve marine life of the Southern Ocean - this does not exclude harvesting carried out in a rational.
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programs including those in: the California Current Large Marine Ecosystem, Antarctic Living Marine Resources, and North Pacific open ocean. The agenda and materials presented at the review are available from the SWFSC website1.
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