MEMS Summer School
Aug. 29 til Sep. 02 2016, Brest France
Marine organisms are being exposed in their habitat to an increasing number of environmental stressors: i) changes in the dynamics of their environmental conditions (frequency, amplitude of variations in temperature, salinity, pH, O2 concentration), ii) exposition - sometimes acute - to new factors (e.g. contaminants, toxins, pathogens) and iii) new combinations of these factors (multi-stressors). These environmental stressors impact individual physiology and life history traits and therefore plasticity and adaptation potential at the population level.
Mathematical modeling within the context of Dynamic Energy Budget (DEB) theory has proven to be a powerful tool to interpret results of experimental studies at the individual level, to extrapolate results to other species and to transfer results from the individual to the population level. More progresses are expected from joint work of modelers and specialists of biological responses.
This workshop aims to thrive discussions among experimenters and modelers regarding the scales at which they typically work, the effects that have been measured, and the questions that can be most effectively tackled with a combined experimental and modeling effort. We will also discuss scale transfer from sub-individual experimental results to individual traits using DEB models, review the existing studies that combined experimental and DEB modeling approaches, and discuss how innovative experimental approaches could benefit from a DEB modeling approach. We aim to work on a review paper that will propose new approach where modeling contributes early on in the design of experimental studies.
The workshop is co-sponsored by IRD, LabexMER, Ifremer, the Ifremer-Canadian International Group of Research RECHAGLO (“Responses of exploited fish and shellfish populations, communities and habitats to global changes”), and Ibacon. It is the follow-up of four training workshops on statistical tools for the estimation of DEB parameters, which took place since 2013 at IUEM within the framework of the LEMAR transverse axis “Scale interactions and transfers”.
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