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1 Barents Sea Ecosystem Resilience under global environmental change Annual Meeting – 4-7 December Paris

2 BarEcoRe Annual Meeting – 4-7 December Paris Bar-EcoRe: main objective evaluate the effects of global environmental change on the future structure and resilience of the Barents Sea ecosystem

3 BarEcoRe Annual Meeting – 4-7 December Paris Bar-EcoRe: main objective evaluate the effects of global environmental change on the future structure and resilience of the Barents Sea ecosystem quantitative data analysis and modelling climate and fishing- induced species comp, spatial structure, trophic network ability to absorb disturbance and maintain function fish and benthos communities

4 BarEcoRe Annual Meeting – 4-7 December Paris Bar-EcoRe: more specific questions What are the key characteristics of past temporal and spatial variations in fish and benthos communities and how are these related to past climate variability and fishing pressure? How does climate variability and change propagate through the Barents Sea ecosystem and influences species interactions? How can the combined effects of fisheries and climate modify the spatial distribution of plankton, benthos and fish species in the Barents Sea? What determines vulnerability or resilience of the Barents Sea ecosystem and how will these be affected by possible future changes in climate and fisheries regimes? Can we detect early warning signals and can we evaluate management strategies with regards to ecosystem resilience?

5 BarEcoRe Annual Meeting – 4-7 December Paris Bar-EcoRe: The structure WP1: Community structure WP2: Trophic interactions WP3: Population distribution WP4: Resilience & Early warning Scientific Advisoty PanelStakeholders Panel ThinkingWorkingDisseminating

6 BarEcoRe Annual Meeting – 4-7 December Paris Bar-EcoRe: previous meetings Kick-off - June days, in Tromsø Project Participants and Scientific Advisory Panel Annual meeting – October days, in Herdla Project Participants, Scientific Advisory Panel Stakeholder Panel Start – June 2010End – May 2013 You are here

7 BarEcoRe Annual Meeting – 4-7 December Paris

8 BarEcoRe Science highlights

9 BarEcoRe Annual Meeting – 4-7 December Paris Questions and comments from SAP in 2011 Resilience, Integration and harmonisation across studies and scales, Data quality

10 BarEcoRe Annual Meeting – 4-7 December Paris How did BarEcoRe address these issues? Resilience The resilience papers Monthly discussions Synthesis Integration and harmonisation across studies and scales, WS1 – spatial synthesis WS2 – temporal synthesis Data quality At individual study level

11 BarEcoRe Annual Meeting – 4-7 December Paris What is going to happen now? 4 Days meeting 1 st Day: presentation of scientific results to SAP 2 nd Day: feedback from SAP and discussion 3 rd Day: presentation of project structure, science and dissemination plan to SHP and discussion 4 th Day: activity planning for 2013

12 BarEcoRe Annual Meeting – 4-7 December Paris What is going to happen on DAY 1 09: :50: BarEcoRe, progress since the Herdla meeting? 09: :15: Ecological resilience for ecologists break 10: :00: Science highlights part 1: spatial synthesis Lunch – Caffé Cambronne 13: :00: Science highlights part 2: temporal synthesis Break 15: :00: Focus on PhDs 20:00: Dinner at la Coupole

13 BarEcoRe Annual Meeting – 4-7 December Paris What is going to happen on DAY 2 09:00 – 12:00: SAP: review of BarEcoRe progress PP: BarEcoRe dissemination/finalisation plan Lunch – La Filippo 13:30-14:30: Presentation by SAP & discussion Coffee break 15:00-16:00: Presentation by SAP & discussion continues 16:00: Departure for the Natural History Museum 20:00: Annual meeting dinner with SHP, Chez Françoise

14 BarEcoRe Annual Meeting – 4-7 December Paris What we need from the SAP Be curious Be critical Be provocative Be inspirational

15 BarEcoRe Annual Meeting – 4-7 December Paris Barents Sea Ecosystem Resilience under global environmental change Annual Meeting – 4-7 December Paris

16 BarEcoRe Annual Meeting – 4-7 December Paris Thank you Sciences defined by their concern with a general subject area are often intractable...Ecology may be the most intractable legitimate science that has ever developed. Most young scientists choose their careers because the act of doing science is remarkably pleasant and, sometimes, exciting and adventurous. Lawrence B. Slobodkin. Simplicity and complexity in the games of the intellect


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