CSS5-IRD :  LETT, Christophe / Quantifying Connectivity and Resilience of Marine Networks Under Climate Change

Quantifying Connectivity and Resilience of Marine Networks Under Climate Change
Individual based models of recruitment and larval stages passive dispersal


Competencies of LETT, Christophe, senior scientist
UMR MARBEC   MARine Biodiversity, Exploitation and Conservation

Atlantic oceanBenguela ecosystemBiology (marine) /  cellular automaton /  Chileclimate change impactscollective behaviourcomplex system /  connectivity /  deterministic approach /  development (software)differential equationdispersal (larval)dynamical systemEAF (Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries)Ecology (marine)Ecology (quantitative)ecosystem (aquatic)ecosystem (marine)ecosystem dynamicsecosystem processesenvironmentepidemic spreadEpidemiologyFAD (Fish Aggregating Device)forecastingforest dynamicsHumboldt ecosystemIchthyop (software)Indian oceanlagoonmarine protected area (MPA)model (bio-physical)model (individual-based)model couplingmodel DEB (Dynamic Energy Budget)MODELLINGmodelling (integrated)modelling (mathematical)MULTIDISCIPLINARYNew Caledonianon linear dynamicsOceanography (biological)open sourcepelagic fishPeruplanktonplankton (ichtyo)population dynamicsSDG 14 (Sust. Devel. Goal - Oceans)simulationSouth Africaspatial dynamicsUMI UMMISCO (Math. Comput. Model. Complex Syst.)UMR MARBEC (MAR. Biodiv. Exploit. Conserv.) /

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Software: Ichthyop larval dispersal model
Book: Modélisation mathématique en écologie (Cours et exercices corrigés)
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