A new Ecosystem Modelling Course, organized by the University of British Columbia (Vancouver, Canada), just started online! The course is open for UBC graduate students with interest in quantitative modelling, as well as for some upper-level UBC undergraduate students. Because of the Covid-19 situation, UBC does not allow on-campus classes for the coming semester, therefore […]
MarCons Final Conference We participated in the final conference of MarCons, coordinating Panel 1. Assessing multiple threats to marine biodiversity The panelists’ presentations and the Slido poll results are now available online on our website. During the conference, the following publication was mentioned, which is actually a number of recommendations for advancing marine conservation in […]
MarCons COST Action on Advancing marine conservation in the European and contiguous seas is arriving to an end. During MarCons, lots of interesting activities and products regarding marine conservation have been developed: http://www.marcons-cost.eu/ And…we are starting to work towards MarCons II Stay tunned!
The 21st of April 2020 we had our third and final project meeting of PELWEB (Winners, losers and shifts of pelagic food WEB changes in the western Mediterranean Sea: from ecosystem consequences to future projections). Due to COVID-19 meeting limitations, 15 members of PELWEB team met online and showcased the great work achieved during the […]
Organization of specialized course from 24th to 28th February 2020 about Qualitative Mathematical Modelling of Complex Socio-Ecological Systems at the Institute of Marine Science (ICM-CSIC), Barcelona, Spain. Teacher: Dr. Jeffrey Dambacher (CSIRO, Hobart, Tasmania). The course was an event of MarCons COST Action. Summary: Qualitative mathematical modelling was introduced as a means to understand […]
The Workshop “Socio-ecological analyses of the pelagic system of the northwestern Mediterranean Sea, focusing on the dynamics o small pelagic fish and fisheries” was held at the Institute of Marine Science (ICM-CSIC), Barcelona, Spain, the 22th of February 2020. Organizers: Marta Coll, Marta Albo Puigserver, Joan Giménez, Elena Lloret Lloret, Jeff Dambacher The general […]
In January 2020 Marta Coll participated as a teacher in the International Master “Gestión Pesquera Sostenible” at the Facultad de Ciencias of Universitad de Alicante, Alicante, Spain.
The group participated in the EwE 35 Years conference and workshops! 4-11 December 2019 – FWRI, St Petersburg, FL. USA The “Ecopath 35 years – Making Ecosystem-Based Management Operational” conference and workshops was held in St. Petersburg, Florida, USA, during December 4 to 11, 2019, and showcased thirty-five years of progress using the Ecopath approach […]
From the 1st to the 4th of July 2019, we organized the first Stable Isotope Course Applied to Trophic Studies at the Institute of Marine Science (ICM-CSIC), Barcelona, Spain. Instructors: Dr. Joan Giménez & Dr. Joan Navarro (ICM-CSIC) and Dr. Fran Ramírez (Universitat de Barcelona)
We co-organized with Ecopath International Initiative the EuroMarine workshop “Modelling for policy advice under a global change context: expert workshop on measuring and improving the fit of spatial-temporal aquatic ecosystem models” at the Institute of Marine Sciences (ICM-CSIC) in Barcelona. The workshop brought together experts across different ecological modeling and spatial-temporal statistical approaches to discuss […]