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SGSPATIAL - Report of the Study Group on Spatial Analyses for the Baltic Sea
reportposted on 2013-01-01, 00:00 authored by ICESICES
The ICES Study Group on Spatial Analyses for the Baltic Sea (SGSPATIAL) met in Riga, Latvia, 5–8 November 2013 (Chairs: Michele Casini, Sweden, and Stefan Neuen-feldt, Denmark), with nine participants and four countries represented. The objectives of SGSPATIAL 2013 were to i) continue the analyses of the drivers of species spatial distribution; ii) quantify the spatial overlap between interacting spe-cies; iii) analyse the connectivity between open sea and coastal waters; iv) update the spatial indicators suggested in SGSPATIAL 2012.
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