MSEAS 2016

Theme session B

Coupled ecological, economic and social process understanding of the drivers of change: methods and tools for scenario development and prediction
​​Session conveners:
Keith Criddle, USA
​​Luc Doyen, France
Jan Jaap Poos, Netherlands
Simon Jennings, UK
Doug Lipton, USA
Olivier Thébaud, France

​​This theme session will explore the scientific advances in the understanding of coupled ecological, economic and social processes driving the dynamics of marine socio-ecological systems. Emphasis will be on the methods and tools which enable such process understanding, from qualitative approaches to quantitative process and empirical model-based approaches.  

Examples include ecological-economic systems dynamics models, the technical mechanics of full system MSEs, risk assessments, prioritization and triaging processes, and similar methods as applied to coupled socio-ecological systems.

 

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