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9. Impact of climate change on ecosystem carrying capacity via food-web spatial relocations
Brian R. MacKenzie, Mark Payne (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
Individual species are expected to respond to climate change effects on oceans in regionally-distinct ways according to the limits of their life history traits. One response will be changes in spatial extent with impacts on ecosystem structure through emigrations and immigrations that open or fill new niches. Regional food web linkages are expected to relocate, and trophic interactions become modified by shifts in space and time of the prey, predator, or competitor. This session offers the opportunity to present innovative food-web linkages modeling tools that include expected species spatial re-locations. Contributions can describe past and forecast future changes in global or regional trophic interactions (e.g., predator-prey interactions, competition) due to climate impacts on species biology (e.g., changes in abundances, distributions, vulnerabilities to new abiotic conditions including pH and hypoxia). Papers predicting where interactions might occur under future climate scenarios are encouraged.
Coleen L. Moloney (Plenary)
Going nowhere or moving on: How do changes in species distribution impact marine food webs?
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Jason S. Link (Invited)
Moving parts of the food web: Detecting and predicting climate-induced migratory changes to
structure, function, resilience and production of marine ecosystems
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Xochitl Cormon, Alexander Kempf, Khalef Rabhi, Manuel Rouquette, Youen Vermard Morten
Vinther and Paul Marchal
Evaluation of potential trophic impacts from hake (Merluccius merluccius) emergence in the North
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Susa Niiranen, James R. Watson and Thorsten Blenckner
Does body-size matter when marine systems face climate change?
[pdf, 1.5 Mb]
Thorsten Werner, Nelly Tremblay, Kim HÃ¼nerlage and Friedrich Buchholz
Krill worldwide: A comparison of hypoxia tolerances of euphausiid species from Atlantic, Pacific
and Polar regions
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Philipp Brun, Thomas KiÃ¸rboe Priscilla Licandroand Mark R. Payne
The predictive potential of ecological niche models for plankton in the North Atlantic
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Empirical evidence suggests that global warming may induce abrupt shifts in plankton communities
and subsequent recruitment failure in fishes
[pdf, 2 Mb]
Hjalmar Hatun, Katja Lohmann, Daniela Matei, Johan Jungclaus, Selma Pacariz, SÃ³lveig. R.
Olafsdottir, Jon Olafsson and Manfred Bersch
Labrador Sea convection blows life to the northeastern Atlantic
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Brian R. MacKenzie, Mark R. Payne, Jesper Boje, Jacob L. HÃ¸yer and Helle Siegstad
A cascade of warming impacts brings bluefin tuna to Greenland water
[pdf, 2 Mb]