ICES ANNUAL SCIENCE CONFERENCE 2016

Open Session: What are the implications for marine ecosystems of interactions between multiple stressors?

10.30-12.00
Monday 19 September 2016
Room: Alfa
Chairs: Henn Ojaveer (Estonia) Graham Pierce (UK)

​Marine ecosystems are affected by multiple anthropogenic drivers. Although these often operate in several interactive ways (e.g., cumulative, additive, and antagonistic) at various temporal and spatial scales, separate effects are better known than interactive effects. 

The aim of this session is to present and synthesize some of the recent work carried out by ICES expert groups and discuss whether there is a need to establish a new group dealing with interactive effects of different drivers.


10.30 Introduction

10.40 Examples of the effects of interactive drivers from historical data

Ruth Thurstan and Emily Klein

10.50 Interactive effects of human drivers from the viewpoint of marine sediment extraction

Ad Stolk and Jan van Dalfsen

11.00 Determining cause-effect relationships between marine renewable energy developments and the benthic ecosystem at different scales 

Andrew Gill and  Jennifer Dannheim

11.10 How driver interactions may accelarate regimes shifts 

Stefan Neuenfeldt

11.20 Challenges for setting management targets for ecological indicators under scenarios of climate change

Nikolaus W. Probst and Simon P.R. Greenstreet

11.30 SYMBIOSES: practical risk management tool to integrate fisheries and hydrocarbon activities in the Lofoten and Barents Sea, Norway

Daniel Howell, JoLynn Caroll, and Frode Vikebø


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Open Session: What are the implications for marine ecosystems of interactions between multiple stressors?

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