Modelling the response of Antarctic marine species to environmental changes. Methods, applications and limitations (2021)

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Data collector : Thomas Saucède [1] [2]
Related person : Bruno Danis [3]
[1] : Laboratoire Biogéosciences (UMR 6282) (Université de Bourgogne)
[2] : Observatoire des Sciences de l'Univers - Terre, Homme, Environnement, Temps, Astronomie (UAR 3245) (Université de Bourgogne)
[3] : Marine Biology Lab, Université Libre de Bruxelles
Description :
Ecological modelling is nowadays widely used to highlight the environmental conditions that influence the species ecological niche and better understand their response to environmental changes. Methodological challenges are however present for Southern Ocean marine case studies and it is important to evaluate the performance and limits of such models. In this PhD thesis, several examples allow studying physiological models that simulate the influence of the environment on individual metabolism ; distribution models that study the relationship between species presence records and the environment ; and dispersal models that predict the drift of propagules in water masses.
From these analyses, an ensemble of methodological guidelines were provided, to complement R scripts and tutorials that allow to correct for the different biases and improve modelling performance. Modelling marine Southern Ocean case studies is possible, but requires numerous cautions and further data to improve model evaluation procedures.
Disciplines :
ecology (applied biology - ecology), environmental sciences (sciences of the universe), marine & freshwater biology (sciences of the universe), oceanography (sciences of the universe)

General metadata

Data acquisition date : from 1 Jan 2017 to 9 Jul 2021
Data acquisition methods :
  • Simulation or computational data :
    Les codes pour générer les modèles de distribution ont été réalisés avec le logiciel R.
    Les tutoriels R ont été générés avec des codes rmarkdown.
    L'approche lagrangienne (papier ballast) a été développée avec la plateforme COHERENS (Luyten 2011).
    Référence : Luyten, P. (2011). COHERENS --- A Coupled Hydrodynamical-Ecological Model for Regional and Shelf Seas: User Documentation. Version 2.0. RBINS-MUMM Report, Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, 1202pp.
Language : English (eng)
Formats : application/pdf, text/csv, text/plain
Audience : Research

Coverages

Spatial coverage :

  • Océan Austral: on Earth, latitude from South pole to 45° S

Time coverage :

Taxonomic coverage :

  • Espèce de crabe étudiée
    Species
    Halicarcinus planatus TAXREF (Flattened Crab)
  • Espèces d'étoiles de mer étudiées
    Species
    Acodontaster hodgsoni TAXREF, Bathybiaster loripes TAXREF, Glabraster antarctica TAXREF (Red spiny cushion star), Labidiaster annulatus TAXREF, Odontaster validus TAXREF, Psilaster charcoti TAXREF
  • Espèce d'oursin étudiée
    Species
    Abatus cordatus TAXREF
Publications :
  • Modelling the response of Antarctic marine species to environmental changes. Methods, applications and limitations (manuscrit de thèse) (hal:tel-03299384)
Collection :
Publisher : GitHub
Project and funder :
Additional information :
Data produced during Charlène Guillaumot's PhD work, supervised by Bruno Danis (Professor in Ecology at the Université Libre de Bruxelles) et Thomas Saucède (MCF in palaeonology at the Biogeosciences laboratory).
Record created 9 Nov 2021 by Charlène Guillaumot.
Local identifier: FR-18008901306731-2021-11-09.

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Terms of use
Université de Bourgogne, Université de Franche-Comté, UTBM, AgroSup Dijon, ENSMM, BSB, Arts des Metiers