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Scenarios & Case studies (02 February 2016)

it relies on a comparative analysis of contrasted case studies worldwide (Australia, France, Norway, South Africa, Brazil, …). ... Scenarios & Case studies

Solomon Islands (03 February 2016)

full case study-coming soon

Northern Prawn Fishery (03 February 2016)

full case study-coming soon

Coastal Brazilian fishery (14 September 2016)

full case study-coming soon

Bay of Biscay demersal mixed fishery (23 August 2016)

full case study-coming soon ... Mixed fisheries are characterized by complex and uncertain dynamic interactions, in this case study a bio-economic multi-species and multi-fleet model is developped aiming at examine the trade

Calibration of Models (02 February 2016)

Calibration and identification of model parameters in models is major issue. The calibration of the bio-economic models can be carried out following different approaches. For some case studies

Marine Ecosystem in French Guiana (02 February 2016)

. Location: This case study is derived from : Cisse, A., Doyen, L., Blanchard, F.,  Pereau, JC, Béné C., 2015, Ecoviability for small-scale fisheries in the context of food security ... This case study relies on a multi-species and multi-fleet model. This small-scale fishery constitutes a challenging example with high fish biodiversity, several non selective fleets and a potentially

SEASIDE (30 June 2020)

objectives underpinning EBFM. We will identify and compare ecoviable management strategies in eight contrasting European case studies ranging from the Arctic through temperate to tropical seas, drawing

Benguela upwelling (24 November 2016)

, the models are explorative and use informed scenarios. But it is our ambition to have the models updated in the near future to be able to run more realistic future scenarios. The overall purpose of our case

Advanced Presentation (24 November 2016)

that the well-researched Southern Benguela represents an important case study to examine co-viability of linked ecological-economic fisheries systems under future change. A variety of models exist of the Southern