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WAMSI 2.2.8 Knowledge integration and MSE modelling


Bio-physical, ecological and social information have been used to parameterise two computer models able to simulate (ALCES and Ecopath with Ecosim [EwE]) land, coastal and marine processes. A careful examination of a large volume of publications from the academic, private and public sector has also allowed us to identify a number of climate and soc... more


Conservation and Biodiversity Ecological Applications not elsewhere classified Ecological Impacts of Climate Change Ecology not elsewhere classified Ecosystem Function Environmental Impact Assessment Natural Resource Management Wildlife and Habitat Management


https://doi.org/10.4225/08/5aa1bc1f076ff


Feb 2014


Oct 2017


Fabio Boschetti
Fabio.Boschetti@csiro.au

Kimberley ecosystem models Ecopath with Ecosim ALCES climate change conservation MSE management strategy evaluation


In this project we have integrated a large amount of data, knowledge and state-of-the-art understanding of the bio-physical, ecological and social processes affecting the Kimberley marine environment with new information generated by several of the projects within the WAMSI program. This information has been used to parameterise two computer models able to simulate (ALCES and Ecopath with Ecosim [EwE]) land, coastal and marine processes. The outcome of this project is a very large set of simulation outputs representing the dynamical evolution of the land, coastal and marine environment over 35 years, which includes hundreds of regional maps and thousands of time series of environmental, social and economic indicators. All these results are now publically available as per wamsi requirement. We developed a project website (http://www.alces.ca/files/KimberleyMSE/) where specific information of the modelling process and results are described and justified.


FABIO BOSCHETTI, MICHAEL HUGHES, HECTOR LOZANO-MONTES, CATHERINE BULMAN, BRAD STELFOX , JOANNA STRZELECKI


CSIRO Data Licence


ALCES (Canada), CSIRO (Australia), Curtin University (Australia)


Boschetti, Fabio; Lozano-Montes, Hector; Huges, Michael; Bulman, Cathy; Stelfox, Brad; Strzelecki, Joanna (2017): WAMSI 2.2.8 Knowledge integration and MSE modelling. v2. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.4225/08/5aa1bc1f076ff


All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO 2017.


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11°20′24″ S


20°0′0″ S


126°52′12″ E


124°7′12″ E


WGS84


About this Project

WAMSI-Kim 2.2.8 MSE Modelling Knowledge


In this project we have integrated a large amount of data, knowledge and state-of-the-art understanding of the bio-physical, ecological and social processes affecting the Kimberley marine environment with new information generated by several of the projects within the WAMSI program. A careful examination of a large volume of publications from the a... more


Fabio Boschetti


MSE modelling and ecosystem modelling


In this project we have integrated a large amount of data, knowledge and state-of-the-art understanding of the bio-physical, ecological and social processes affecting the Kimberley marine environment with new information generated by several of the projects within the WAMSI program. This information has been used to parameterise two computer models... more


Modelling


computer modelling


Fabio Boschetti


Hector Lozano-Montes


Michael Huges


Cathy Bulman


Brad Stelfox


Joanna Strzelecki


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