Understanding and predicting effects of fishing and climate on living marine resources

Research Interests

Managing fisheries in a constantly changing environment is a fascinating challenge! To ensure that our fisheries are sustainable and will adapt to ongoing climate change, we need to understand the synergetic effects of fishing and climate on marine ecosystems. In this context, my research aims to i) characterize the mechanisms by which climate and fishing affects living marine resources, and ii) integrate these mechanisms into models to project future trends in resources distribution and productivity. I am also interested in the migration of marine fish and how individual variability in movement affects our ability to sustainably manage fisheries resources.

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