CIESM Workshop Monographs, n°48

 

Marine connectivity - migration and larval dispersal

To be cited as:
CIESM 2016. Marine connectivity - migration and larval dispersal. CIESM Workshop Monograph n 48 [F. Briand, ed.], 172 p., CIESM Publisher, Monaco.

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Contents:

I – Executive Summary …………………………………………………………………

1. Introduction
2. The scale of marine connectivity
3. Hot research topics in marine connectivity
     3.1 Connectivity of highly migratory species
     3.2 Connectivity of habitat- forming species
     3.3 Connectivity of alien species
     3.4 Connectivity in the deep sea
     3.5 Connectivity of exploited species
     3.6 Collective behavior and individual adaptation in migratory routes
     3.7 Human impacts on marine connectivity
4. Applications of connectivity studies
     4.1 Conservation of large migratory species
     4.2 Design of Marine Protected Areas
5. The way forward
      
II – Workshop Communications

1. Multiple approaches to quantify dispersal and connectivity patterns
- Putting together the pieces of the puzzle: combining multiple approaches to better understand
patterns of fish dispersal and connectivity
Antonio Di Franco and Paolo Guidetti……………………

- Modeling habitat connectivity: migrations and larval dispersal
Patrizio Mariani……………………

- Lagrangian Flow Networks: a new framework to study the multi-scale connectivity and the
structural complexity of marine populations
Vincent Rossi, Enrico Ser-Giacomi, Me/odie Dubois, Pedro Monroy, Manuel Hidalgo, Emilio
Hernandez-Garcia, Cristobal Lopez……………………

2. Passive dispersal - genetic flux

- Present day limitations and future paths for the identification of barriers to gene flow and the
reliable appraisal of present day dispersal in the marine realm
Sophie Arnaud-Haond…………………………………………

- Population genetic connectivity among marine species: a matter of dispersal, selection
and drift
Marta Pascual and Enrique Macpherson……………………

- Comparative genetic structure of shallow water benthic invertebrates as a proxy to marine
connectivity in the Mediterranean Sea
Adriana Villamor, Federica Costantini and Marco Abbiati……………………

3. Case studies across taxa and geography

- Estimating larval dispersal and population connectivity in the deep-sea
Ana Hilario…………………………

- The Black Sea anchovy - new perspectives regarding their spawning, nursery and
overwintering behavior
Ali Cemal Gucu, Serdar Sakinan, Ozgiir Emek lnanmaz, Meltem Ok, Murat Dagtekin, Yasar
Genc, Orhan Ale, Ilhan Aydzn…………………………………

- Connectivity, migratory routes and population structure of Atlantic bluefin tuna
Jean-Marc Fromentin……………………

- Migratory patterns and strategies of Mediterranean marine mammals and relation to intersystem
connectivity
Simone Panigada and Nino Pierantonio……………………

- Modeling ecological connectivity and dispersal in the Black Sea: seasonal and interannual
variability
Bettina A. Fach, Sinan S. Arkin, Baris Salihoglu……………………

4. Marine connectivity and man

- Vectors of introduction and pathways of dispersal of alien decapod species in Black, Azov,
Caspian and Baltic seas
Anna K. Zalota, Vassily A. Spiridonov…………………………………………

- Knowledge on migration routes and patterns as a prerequisite for good fisheries
management
Alen Soldo…………………………………………

III – Bibliographic References …………………………………………………………

IV – List of Participants …………………………………………………………………