CSS5-IRD :  CAPELLO, Manuela / Reconciling Exploitation and Conservation of Tropical Pelagic Ecosystems

Reconciling Exploitation and Conservation of Tropical Pelagic Ecosystems
Derivation of alternative abundance indicators coupling operational models with fishery independant data


Competencies of CAPELLO, Manuela, PhD scientist
UMR MARBEC   MARine Biodiversity, Exploitation and Conservation

biological indicatorBrazilcollective behaviourcomplex systemEAF (Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries)Ecology (behavioural)Ecology (marine) /  electronic tagging /  FAD (Fish Aggregating Device)Fisheries science (fr: Halieutique)Ivory Coast /  Maldives /  model (operational)MODELLINGpelagic fishes /  Quantum mechanics /  SDG 14 (Sust. Devel. Goal - Oceans)simulation (Monte-Carlo) /  South Western Indian ocean /  statistical mechanics /  tropical pelagic ecosystemUMR MARBEC (MARine Biodiversity, Exploitation and Conservation) /

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The current research is entitled: 
"Reconciling exploitation and conservation of tropical pelagic ecosystems:
Derivation of alternative abundance indicators coupling operational
models and data independent of the fishery

(Concilier exploitation et conservation des écosystèmes pélagiques tropicaux : 
Dérivation d’indicateurs d’abondance alternatifs couplant modèles opérationnels 
et données indépendantes de la pêche)
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