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Mesopelagic Southern Ocean Prey and Predators

Deliverables

Potential update on the definition of taxonomic/functional/energetic group in MESOPP models in relation to new acoustic technology information

Report: Starting from technology and knowledge available at the beginning of the project, new potential approaches will be explored based on recent progress in technology.

Modelisation of potential habitats of the main mesopelagic fish according to environmental parameters

Modelisation of potential habitats of the main mesopelagic fish according to environmental parameters

Use of micronekton data and models to improve ecology of top predators

Use of micronekton data and models to improve ecology of top predators

Report and manuscript of outcomes of Tasks 4.1.1 and 4.1.2 ( documentation of the models, approaches for standardisation and protocols to be used for model inter-comparisons)

Report or scientific manuscript of outcomes of Tasks 4.1.1 and 4.1.2 ( documentation of the models, approaches for standardisation and protocols to be used for model inter-comparisons)

Definition of taxonomic/functional/energetic group in MESOPP models in relation to existing acoustic information

report describing the results of work defining the micronekton mesopelagic groups according to different criteria to facilitate the development of model and the validation using acoustic data.

Methods to process acoustic data from vessels of opportunity for use in ecosystem model validation

Report describing the methods to automatically aggregate acoustic data from vessels of opportunity for use in model validation.

Atlas of the main mesopelagic fish in the Southern Ocean

Document Under the form of an Atlas of the main mesopelagic fishes observed in the Southern Ocean, including new observations from recent research cruise.

Dissemination & exploitation plan

Dissemination & exploitation plan

Report of acoustic processing routine and quality checking methods

Report of acoustic processing routine and quality checking methods

Report on Workshop 2

Report on Workshop 2

Reference dataset of 38 kHz acoustic backscatter for South Indian ocean sector

Reference dataset of 38 kHz acoustic backscatter for South Indian ocean sector

Report on Workshop 1

Report on Workshop 1

Report on Workshop 3

Report on Workshop 3

Collocated NASC and oceanographic variables

Collocated NASC and oceanographic variables

Reference dataset of 38 kHz acoustic backscatter for South Atlantic sector Southern Ocean

Reference dataset of 38 kHz acoustic backscatter for South Atlantic sector Southern Ocean

Reference dataset of 38 kHz acoustic backscatter for South Pacific Ocean sector

Reference dataset of 38 kHz acoustic backscatter for South Pacific Ocean sector

Release of web site with e-infrastructure (catalogue and data access services

Release of web site with e-infrastructure (catalogue and data access services

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Publications

A biogeography of the mesopelagic zone based on estimated myctophid biomass within Deep Scattering Layers

Author(s): Roland Proud, Martin J Cox, Andrew Brierley
Published in: ASFB-OCS Joint Conference 4th-7th September, Hobart, Tasmania, 2017

A biogeography of the of the mesopelagic zone (200 – 1000m) based on deep scattering layers

Author(s): Proud, Roland, Martin J. Cox, Andrew S. Brierley
Published in: ASLO 2017 Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Honolulu Feb 26 – Mar 3, 2017, 2017

Modeling of oceanic mid and high trophic levels with SEAPODYM

Author(s): Patrick Lehodey, Inna Senina, Beatriz Calmettes, Olivier Titaud, Anna Conchon
Published in: ASFB-OCS Joint Conference 4th -7th Sep 2016, Hobart, Tasmania, 2016

Ocean physics and its impact on trophic interactions within the Antarctic Circumpolar Current




Biogeography of the Global Ocean’s Mesopelagic Zone

Author(s): Roland Proud, Martin J. Cox, Andrew S. Brierley
Published in: Current Biology, Issue 27/1, 2017, Page(s) 113-119, ISSN 0960-9822
DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2016.11.003

Acoustic Data assimilation in micronekton model: a method to study species assemblage?

Author(s): Anna Conchon, Olivier Titaud, Patrick Lehodey and Cédric Cotté
Published in: 2017