Integrated ecological–economic fisheries models—Evaluation, review and challenges for implementation

J. Rasmus Nielsen 1 Eric Thunberg 1 Daniel S. Holland 2 Jorn O. Schmidt 3 Elizabeth A. Fulton 4, 5 François Bastardie 1 André E. Punt 6 Icarus Allen 7 Heleen Bartelings 8 Michel Bertignac 9 Eckhard Bethke 10 Sieme Bossier 1 Rik Buckworth 4 Griffin Carpenter 11 Asbjørn Christensen 12 Villy Christensen 13 José M. Da-Rocha 14 Roy Deng 4 Catherine Dichmont 4 Ralf Doering 10 Aniol Esteban 11 Jose A. Fernandes 7 Hans Frost 15 Dorleta Garcia 16 Loïc Gasche 17 Didier Gascuel 18 Sophie Gourguet 19 Rolf A. Groeneveld 20 Jordi Guillen 19 Olivier Guyader 19 Katell G. Hamon 8 Ayoe Hoff 15 Jan Horbowy 21 Trevor Hutton 22 Sigrid Lehuta 23 L. Richard Little 24 Jordi Lleonart 25 Claire Macher 19 Steven Mackinson 26 Stéphanie Mahevas 27 Paul Marchal 28 Rosa Mato-Amboage 14 Bruce Mapstone 4 Francesc Maynou 25 Mathieu Merzereaud 19 Artur Palacz 1 Sean Pascoe 29 Anton Paulrud 30 Eva Plaganyi 4 Raul Prellezo 16 Elizabeth I. Putten 4 Martin Quaas 3 Lars Ravn-Jonsen 31 Sonia Sanchez 16 Sarah Simons 10 Olivier Thébaud 32 Maciej T. Tomczak 33 Clara Ulrich 1 Diana Dijk 34 Youen Vermard 35 Rudi Voss 3 Staffan Waldo 36
Abstract : Marine ecosystems evolve under many interconnected and area-specific pressures. To fulfil society's intensifying and diversifying needs while ensuring ecologically sustainable development, more effective marine spatial planning and broader-scope management of marine resources is necessary. Integrated ecological–economic fisheries models (IEEFMs) of marine systems are needed to evaluate impacts and sustainability of potential management actions and understand, and anticipate ecological, economic and social dynamics at a range of scales from local to national and regional. To make these models most effective, it is important to determine how model characteristics and methods of communicating results influence the model implementation, the nature of the advice that can be provided and the impact on decisions taken by managers. This article presents a global review and comparative evaluation of 35 IEEFMs applied to marine fisheries and marine ecosystem resources to identify the characteristics that determine their usefulness, effectiveness and implementation. The focus is on fully integrated models that allow for feedbacks between ecological and human processes although not all the models reviewed achieve that. Modellers must invest more time to make models user friendly and to participate in management fora where models and model results can be explained and discussed. Such involvement is beneficial to all parties, leading to improvement of mo-dels and more effective implementation of advice, but demands substantial resources which must be built into the governance process. It takes time to develop effective processes for using IEEFMs requiring a long-term commitment to integrating multidisciplinary modelling advice into management decision-making.
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J. Rasmus Nielsen, Eric Thunberg, Daniel S. Holland, Jorn O. Schmidt, Elizabeth A. Fulton, et al.. Integrated ecological–economic fisheries models—Evaluation, review and challenges for implementation. Fish and Fisheries, Wiley-Blackwell, 2017, pp.n/a-n/a. <10.1111/faf.12232>. <hal-01561007>

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