Workshop on harvest models, interspecific interactions and climate change

In SUSTAIN several approaches are involved in modelling how harvest will affect dynamics of populations. Most of the current models only consider single-species dynamics, ignoring interspecific interactions. In order to develop a common theoretical framework to include multi-species interactions we invite to a lunch-lunch workshop in Trondheim on October 4 -5. The aim will be three fold: 1. We want people involved in developing models to present their current state of the art.  2. We should discuss which simplifications to make to include multi-species interactions. 3.  We will discuss which kind of data have we access to that can be used to parameterize the models.

Tuesday October 4 2016


12.00-13.00 Lunch in the meetingroom E3-108

13.00-13.10 Welcome, Bernt-Erik Sæther, CBD NTNU

 

Modelling trophic interactions

 

13.10-14.00 Sustainable harvesting of terrestrial food-chains in relation to environmental variability, John Fryxell, University of Guelph, Canada

14.00-14.45 Multi-species models from the Barents Sea Øystein Langangen, CEES, University of Oslo

14.45-15.30 Coffee-break

15.30-16.15 Dynamical interactions among species in harvested ecosystems under environmental change Edwige Bellier, University of Tromsø

16.15-16.35 Freshwater top-predators, plankton and missing links: the Mjøsa-system Chloe Rebecca Nater, CEES, University of Oslo

16.35-17.00 Spatial distribution of marine fish species in the Barents Sea Sondre Aanes, Norwegian Computing Centre

17.00-18.00 Discussion with refreshments

20:00-     Dinner at To Rom og Kjøkken , Carl Johans gt 5

 

Wednesday October 5

 

Modelling spatial processes

 

09.00-09.45 Spatial distribution and optimal harvesting of an age- structured population in a fluctuating environment Steinar Engen, CBD, NTNU

09.45-10.30 Spatial and temporal multi-species harvest modelling Francisco Javier Cao Garcia, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

10.30-11.00 Coffee-break

11.00-11.30 Optimal harvest strategies of interacting species Aline Magdalene Lee, CBD, NTNU

11.30-12.15 Summarizing discussion

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