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Welcome to AMEMR 2017,Dear AMEMR Participant, We are delighted to welcome you to Plymouth for the 5th Advances in. Marine Ecosystem Modelling Research Symposium The AMEMR. Icarus Allen, symposium series was originally convened to provide a forum for the. presentation and discussion of diverse aspects of model based marine. ecosystem research encompassing numerical conceptual. mathematical and statistical approaches In the past we have been. more focussed on the process how to model a given issue and. challenges what can models aspire to than the results However in. tune with the times this year we feature the impact story how can. or can t we use models to make societally relevant impacts. Once again we have an exciting programme of talks and posters. Jerry Blackford, based around our themes of Where have we come from and where. are we going Making an Impact Building blocks truth or. dare and Data data everywhere yet no time to think As well as. the video facilities to support posters this year we have introduced. flash presentations for poster presenters to ensure maximum. visibility, As ever we were inspired by the Greek definition of a symposium as a. convivial meeting including drinking music and intellectual. Jorn Bruggeman discussion We trust that AMEMR 5 will carry the baton of previous. Icarus Allen Jerry Blackford Jorn Bruggeman and Jessica Heard. On behalf of the AMEMR organising committee,Jessica Heard.
Scientific Steering Committee 3,Conference Programme 5. Keynote Speaker Abstracts 8,Oral Presentations Abstracts. Theme 2 Making an Impact Oral Presentation Abstract Index 11. Theme 3 Building Blocks truth or dare Oral Presentation Abstract Index 33. Theme 4 Data data everywhere yet no time to think Oral Presentation 58. Abstract Index,Poster Presentation Abstracts, Theme 2 Making an Impact Poster Presentation Abstract Index 67. Theme 3 Building Blocks truth or dare Poster Presentation Abstract Index 106. Theme 4 Data data everywhere yet no time to think Poster Presentation 137. Abstract Index,Scientific Steering Committee, We welcome many new colleagues to this year s Scientific Steering Committee SSC for AMEMR. 2017 Thank you for all your help in arranging sessions and putting the programme together. Stefano Ciavatta PML United Kingdom,Gianpiero Cossarini OGS Italy.
Kevin Flynn Swansea University United Kingdom,Beth Fulton CSIRO Australia. Wendy Gentleman Dalhousie University Canada,Kieran Hyder Cefas United Kingdom. Andrey Morozov Leicester University United Kingdom. Hermann Lenhart University of Hamburg Germany,Luca Polimene PML United Kingdom. Marie Savina Rolland Ifremer France,Morten Skogen IMR Norway. Paul Somerfield PML United Kingdom,Mike St John DTU Aqua Denmark.
Karen Wild Allen CSIRO Australia,Conference Programme. MONDAY 3 JULY, Welcome and Introduction by Icarus Allen PML Director of Science. Modelling where have we come from and where are we going. 9 00 11 00 KEYNOTE 1 Stefanie Dutkiewicz Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Modelling diverse phytoplankton Communities,KEYNOTE 2 Kevin Flynn Swansea University. From sublime simplicity to enigmatic models sharing knowledge and responsibilities. KEYNOTE 3 Beth Fulton CSIRO, Integrated modelling the challenge is making it relevant. Panel Discussion 30mins Chair Icarus Allen,Coffee Break 30 mins.
11 30 13 00 Making an Impact Part I Chair Jerry Blackford. Introducing the Shaping future research agendas workshop Morten Skogen for the EMB 5mins. Scott Condie CSIRO, If you build it they will come Decision support tools for aquaculture and environmental management. Jess Melbourne Thomas Australian Antarctic Division. The role of models in marine ecosystem assessment and management a Southern Ocean example. Alain M nesguen IFREMER, Modelling benthic invasion of the English Channel and the Bay of Biscay by the colonial gastropod Crepidula. fornicata and its competition for space with the scallop Pecten maximus. Daniele Brigolin Universit Ca Foscari Venezia, Models for aquaculture zoning and site selection in the northern Adriatic Sea. Lunch Break, 13 50 15 10 Pierre Bourdaud IFREMER Chair Hermann Lenhart. Fisher s behaviour and ecosystem state under the EU landing obligation implementation in a mixed fisheries ecosystem. Mike Heath University of Strathclyde,Modelling the whole ecosystem impacts of trawling.
Marie Savina IFREMER, Modelling the effects of the Landing Obligation on marine ecosystems across Europe. Steven Saul Arizona State University, An agent based model of fisher behaviour and fish population dynamics in the Gulf of Mexico how does fisher. behavior affect stock assessment, 15 10 15 40 Flash poster presentations Chair Susan Kay. Coffee Break 30 mins, 16 10 17 50 Kim Scherrer ICTA Universitat Aut noma de Barcelona Chair Marie Savina Rolland. Incorporating management effectiveness of fisheries into a global ocean model. Philippe Cugier IFREMER, An ecosystem based modelling approach to assess the growth potential of oysters cultured under various sce.
narios of density mortality and environment,Lily Genevier University of Plymouth. An updated fishmeal trade model in a changing world. Morgane Travers Trolet IFREMER, Reducing the gap between complex ecosystem models and their use in operational context. Discussion Session,17 50 Flash poster presentations. Followed by ICE BREAKER BBQ Reception Reservoir cafe. TUESDAY 4 JULY,Making an Impact Part II Chair Lynne Shannon. 9 00 10 40 Natasha Henschke Princeton University, Current and future trends in global jellyfish blooms Investigating the impact of climate change.
Jerry Blackford Plymouth Marine Laboratory, Monitoring of offshore geological carbon storage integrity implications of natural variability in the marine. system and the assessment of detection criteria,Simone Libralato OGS presented by Cosimo Solidoro. On the optimal strategies for building scenario ensembles with dynamic food web models. Fabian Gro e Universit t Hamburg, Riverine nitrogen and oxygen deficiency in the North Sea extending trans boundary nutrient transports for the. ecolocical management of low oxygen conditions,Mike Spence University of Sheffield. A dynamic multi model ensemble for ecosystem simulators. 10 40 11 00 Flash poster presentations Chair Susan Kay. Coffee Break 30 mins, 11 30 12 40 Jason Holt National Oceanography Centre Chair Beth Fulton.
Biogeochemical implications of potential future changes in shelf sea circulation. Solfid Hj llo Institute of Marine Rsearch, Application of an ecosystem model in developing a management plan for Calanus finmarchicus. Rob McEwan Met Office, Challenges of transition a research model into an operational system. Discussion Session, 12 40 13 00 Flash poster presentations Chair Susan Kay. Lunch Break, Data data everywhere yet no time to think Chair Stefano Ciavatta. 14 00 15 50 KEYNOTE Ketil Malde Institute of Marine Research Norway. Machine intelligence and the data driven future of marine science 30mins. Asta Audzijonyte University of Helsinki, Bayesian parameter inference and uncertainty estimation in complex ecological models.
Karen Wild Allen CSIRO Oceans Atmosphere, Simulation of observed properties improves model accuracy and leads to wider uptake of model products for. research and management,Mike St John DTU AQUA, Can we predict the emergent properties of marine systems a way forward. Elina Virtanen SYKE, How much data is needed for species models with different niche requirements implications for spatial models. 15 50 16 00 Flash poster presentations Chair Susan Kay. Coffee Break 30 mins, 16 30 17 50 Anna Teruzzi Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale Chair Karen Wild Allen. Investigating chlorophyll dynamics in coastal areas by means of a biogeochemical model with variational data. assimilation scheme, Daniel Kaufman Virginia Institute of Marine Science College of William and Mary.
Changing Ross Sea biogeochemistry assessed by a data assimilative model and bio optical glider observations. Danielle Dempsey Dalhousie University, Comparison of neural networks and redundancy analysis for predicting ecosystem state with fishing and. environmental indicators,David Ford Met Office, Assessing the role and consistency of satellite observation products in global physical biogeochemical reanalysis. 17 50 18 10 Discussion Session, Poster Reception Univeristy of Plymouth Rolland Levinsky Building 18 15 onwards. WEDNESDAY 5 JULY,Building blocks truth or dare, 09 00 09 30 KEYNOTE Thomas Ki rboe National Institute for Aquatic Resources Technical University of Denmark. The mechanistic underpinning of plankton models from complex details to simplified generalizations. 09 30 11 10 Plankton in motion Chair Luca Polimene. Wendy Gentleman Dalhousie University, Currently misdirected Big steps toward improving random walk modeling.
C Gabriela Mayorga Adame National Oceanography Centre. The ANChor project Appraisal of Network Connectivity between North Sea subsea oil and gas platforms. Chris Lindemann University of Bergen, Allometric scaling of physiological buoyancy regulation in marine diatoms. Arnaud Pourchez Takuvik Joint International Laboratory Laval University. Impact of the implementation of the diapause trait on the dynamics of plankton communities and carbon cycle. in a numerical pelagic Arctic ecosystem,Marco Uttieri Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn. Copepod vulnerability to chaetognath predation as a function of swimming behaviour An IBM approach. Coffee Break 30 mins, 11 40 13 20 Model experiments and experimental models Part I Chair Morten Skogen. Tineke Troost presented by Ghada El Serafy Deltares. Do microplastics affect marine ecosystem productivity. Kevin Sorochan Dalhousie University, Advances in encounter theory and application in larval ecology. Rapha l Savelli Universit de La Rochelle, Drivers of microphytobenthos seasonal cycle on a temperate intertidal mudflat a modeling experimental.
Genevi ve Lacroix Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences. How is connectivity pattern of hard substrate species impacted by artificial structures in the North Sea. Discussion Session,Lunch Break, 14 30 17 30 Please see website for more details and to sign up to workshops Workshops are free for everyone to join but. places are limitted sign up in advance to ensure your place. www amemr com workshops html,Workshops include,Play with ERSEM. Ecopath with Ecosim EwE,Modelling marine biodiversity. Time series analysis in earth system analyses,Public and Media Engagement for Researchers. Mentoring Session,THURSDAY 6 JULY,Building blocks truth or dare.
9 00 10 40 Model experiments and experimental models Part II Chair Kevin Flynn. Luca Polimene Plymouth Marine Laboratory, Are we able to model the microbial carbon pump Current state and future directions. Melinda Choua Strathclyde University, Modelling plastic and evolutionary responses for marine viruses. Kari Eilola Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institut. Modelling cyanobacteria life cycle dynamics and nitrogen fixation in the Baltic Sea. Jacqueline Maud, Paying attention to expiration labels the importance of non predatory death for copepod survivorship and. mortality related ecological processes Queen Mary University of London and Plymouth Marine Laboratory. Discussion session,Coffee Break 30 mins, 11 10 12 50 Building the zoo Chair Baris Salihoglu. Roger Cropp Griffith University presented by John Norbury. Population Interactions in Marine Ecosystems,Delphi Ward University of Tasmania.
Modelling the importance of DMS mediated feedbacks in pelagic ecosystems. Aditee Mitra Swansea University, Modelling the new paradigm for marine planktonic ecology. Cara Nissen ETH Z rich, Factors controlling Southern Ocean coccolithophore biogeography a modeling approach. Sevrine Sailley Plymouth Marine Laboratory, Zooplankton diversity modelling combining size and trait based approach. Lunch Break, 13 50 15 10 Sandra Kitan Dalhousie University Chair Jorn Bruggeman. Stage duration and survivorship as emergent properties how variation in mortality and environmental. conditions influence copepod demographic patterns, 14 00 15 20 Charlotte Laufk tter Princeton University.
Impact of iron from icebergs on Southern Ocean biogeochemistry. Ute Daewel Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht, End to End marine ecosystem modelling in a functional group approach An application for long term. variations in the North Sea and Baltic Sea ecosystem. Ryan Heneghan The University of Queensland, Zooplankton feeding behaviour mediates energy transfer in the global marine ecosystem. Coffee Break 30 mins, 15 40 17 00 Selina Vage University of Bergen Chair Wendy Gentleman. Ecology reveals fascinating regularities in patterns emerging across different ecosystems. Kai Wirtz Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht, Working at the edge Macrobenthic ecosystem engineering and its change in the anthropocene. Discussion session,17 00 Closing session and prize giving.
Conference Dinner at Rockfish Barbican 19 00, Please note all talks apart from keynotes are 15mins with an extra 5mins allowed for questions and change. over Please ensure you stick to the alloted time,Friday 7th July. Marine Ecosystem Modelling Shaping future research agendas. Full day workshop organised by the European Marine Board. Book of Abstracts 1 P a g e Icarus Allen Jerry Blackford Jorn Bruggeman Jessica Heard Welcome to AMEMR 2017 Dear AMEMR Participant We are delighted to welcome you to Plymouth for the 5th Advances in Marine Ecosystem Modelling Research Symposium The AMEMR symposium series was originally convened to provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of diverse aspects of model based marine

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