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posted on 2022-12-06, 14:18 authored by ICESICES


ICES Annual Science Conference  

Book of abstracts of theme session R:

Scientific advances under the ICES Science Plan 

Conveners: Jos Schilder (The Netherlands), Antonina dos Santos (Portugal), Lena Bergström (Sweden)

  • CM 27: Illegal, unregulated and unreported fishing impacts: a systematic review of evidence and proposed future agenda
  • CM 44: Vertical-line requirements and North Atlantic right whale entanglement risk reduction for the Gulf of Maine American lobster fishery
  • CM 50: How can we assess the age or size structure within exploited fish populations?
  • CM 53: Mesopelagic consumption by cetaceans in the Azores archipelago
  • CM 70: Is ignoring predation mortality leading to an inability to achieve management goals in Alaska?
  • CM 91: Accounting for changes in fishery-independent surveys in stock assessment
  • CM 103: The response of North Sea ecosystem functional groups to warming and changes in fishing
  • CM 105: Sex analysis for marine ecology and conservation in a changing climate
  • CM 107: Quantitative Metabarcoding
  • CM 117: Shifting baselines and their implications for assessing dynamic change in fish population abundance in Curonian Lagoon, Baltic Sea (Lithuania)
  • CM 133: Local seafood, between taste and deception, using metabarcoding as a tool for opening discussions about sustainably and consummation
  • CM 146: Conceptual modelling: a tool for capturing ocean visions
  • CM 160: Global crustacean stock assessment modelling: Reconciling available data and complexity
  • CM 164: From shallow to deep water: Performance of length-based assessment of data-limited Azores fisheries
  • CM 181: Examining the role of a keystone predator (the sea otter, Enhydra lutris) in driving spatial and temporal patterns of community diversity and dynamics in nearshore ecosystems
  • CM 192: A data driven approach to model fishery responses to socio-ecological change in the southern North Sea
  • CM 199: Ecological impacts of fishing on species and habitats in European seas
  • CM 234: The Potential of Small Fish to Alleviate Micronutrient Deficiencies: The Case of Ghana
  • CM 250: Exploring local cultural connections to the coast using the concept of affective engagement
  • CM 258: Shifting distributions, efforts and spatial management in European seas: a systematic review
  • CM 266: A systematic review of behavioural economics in fisheries
  • CM 273: The role of fun in science, but in a serious manner
  • CM 274: What drives the management plans in the Northeast Atlantic?
  • CM 278: Stochastic modelling of fish recruitment productivity in the Celtic Seas ecoregion
  • CM 296: Coastal Fish Communities – a Comparison of Fishing Methods
  • CM 297: Fisheries adaptation to climate change in Portugal: participatory evaluation of measures
  • CM 298: How to localize the UN Sustainable Development Goals? Eliciting citizen perspectives on sustainable coastal planning in Norway
  • CM 309: Gender and early career scientist status and differences in participation at an international marine science conference
  • CM 316: The past, present and future of multispecies models for tactical fisheries
  • CM 320: Shape your fish stock: Using a length- and age-based population model to find the optimal harvest strategy
  • CM 334: The social and economic impact of fisheries management strategies in European marine regions
  • CM 354: Analysis of at-sea sampling bias from the Spanish bottom trawl fleet operating in Northwestern Iberian waters
  • CM 357: Using spatio-temporal models to provide compositional data for acoustic surveys: facilitating autonomous vehicle sampling and inferences on non-target species in a fishery resource survey program
  • CM 380: Where do you come from, where do you go: Inferring connectivity and stock mixing from otolith microchemistry
  • CM 387: Modelling effects of noise pollution on marine ecosystems
  • CM 388: Key environmental drivers of productivity for the main commercial fisheries species around Europe
  • CM 389: Estimating migration and mortality rates for European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax) off the French coasts using electronic tagging data
  • CM 393: Offshore wind energy, marine conservation and fisheries compatibilities using Ecopath with Ecosim model: Canary Islands case study
  • CM 399: A method for quantifying benthic-pelagic coupling through a food web modelling approach
  • CM 417: Ghost fishing gear composition and hazard revealed through a citizen science initiative
  • CM 429: Spatial choice modelling of the Icelandic Northeast Atlantic mackerel fishery – What drives the behaviour?
  • CM 432: Quantification of age reading error - linking fish aging to stock assessment modelling
  • CM 437: MetaZooGene SCOR WG157: toward a new global view of marine zooplankton biodiversity based on DNA metabarcoding and reference DNA sequence databases
  • CM 454: Interactive methods to explore viewpoints in transnational marine spatial planning
  • CM 465: Incorporating social aspects into trade-offs analysis to aid decision-making in fisheries management
  • CM 471: 21st century fisheries management: Whatever happened to ‘Real Time Incentives’?
  • CM 476: Enablers and obstacles to conflict resolution in marine conservation: advocacy coalitions, events, brokering and policy-oriented learning in Swedish marine national park planning
  • CM 478: Effects of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) on the diet composition and trophic structure of Mediterranean fishes
  • CM 480: What is an indicator? Review of the use of socio-economic indicators to monitor and evaluate the social and economic impacts of fisheries management
  • CM 487: EMODnet Seabed Habitats Products: EUSeaMap Development Pathways
  • CM 500: A continuous probabilistic model for the Rosa Lee phenomenon -or- grow your own lognormal
  • CM 531: Multidecadal trends in Norwegian and Barents Sea ecosystem dynamics since 1950
  • CM 532: The seascapes Norwegians value
  • CM 534: DNA metabarcoding of diet diversity of salps and impacts on the NW Atlantic mesopelagic food web
  • CM 551: How current generation MSP plans are conceptualising social impacts
  • CM 552: A new laboratory to investigate the impact of multiple drivers on ocean life
  • CM 564: Variability in reproductive parameters of European hake, Merluccius merluccius in the Portuguese Coast



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Theme Session R – Scientific advances under ICES Science Plan

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