Environmental management of deep-sea chemosynthetic ecosystems: justification of and considerations for a spatially based approach.

Jeff Ardron 1 Sophie Arnaud-Haond 2 Yannick Beaudoin 3 Juan Bezaury 4 David Billet 5 Greg Boland 6 Mark Carr 7 Gregor Cherkashov 8 Adam Cook 9 Fabio Deleo 10 Daniel Dunn 11 Craig Fisher 12 K. Gjerde 13 Laurent Godet 14 P. Halplin 11 Lisa Levin 15 M. Lodge 9 Lenaik Menot 16 K. Miller 17 Lieven Naudts 18 C. Nugent 19 Linwood Pendleton 11 Sophie Plouviez 11 A. Rowden 20 Ricardo S. Santos 21 T. Shank 22 Craig Smith 10 Samantha Smith 23 C. Tao 24 A. Tawake 25 M. Thurnherr Andreas 26 Tina Treude 27 Cindy van Dover 11, *
Abstract : Thirty-one experts in ocean governance, industry and marine scientific research from 14 countries convened from 31 May to 4 June 2010 at the Centre de Recherche et d'Enseignement sur les Systèmes Côtiers (CRESCO) in Dinard, France, in order to: * Formulate general guidelines for the conservation of vent and seep ecosystems at regional and global scales. * Establish a research agenda aimed at improving existing plans for the spatial management of vent and seep ecosystems.
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Jeff Ardron, Sophie Arnaud-Haond, Yannick Beaudoin, Juan Bezaury, David Billet, et al.. Environmental management of deep-sea chemosynthetic ecosystems: justification of and considerations for a spatially based approach.. 2011. ⟨hal-00667838⟩

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