End-to-end Ecosystem Modelling for Research and Management
The IMBER Open Science Conference will be held in Bergen, Norway in June 2014 and will provide a synthesis of a range of topics related to marine biogeochemistry and ecosystem research and the human dimension of global marine change.
Session A4 of the conference is on End-to-end Ecosystem Modelling for Research and Management. This Wiki space is intended too engage presenters and other researchers prior to and during the IMBER Open Science Conference. This Wiki has been divided into the following four sections
- Background and further reading: What are end-to-end models? Why are they important? And where can I find further information?
- Thought pieces on E2E models: Invited contributions of 1000 words or less that are designed to provoke thought and discussion among community members.
- Model profiles: Descriptions of end-to-end models submitted by community members
- End-to-end abstracts: Abstracts that have been written by community members that are relevant to our theme of end-to-end modelling for research and management. These abstracts may be submitted for presentation at the IMBER OSC or elsewhere, and are intended to prompt discussion among community members.
Following on from the IMBER Open Science conference we have gathered together the oral presentations and made them all available for download on the following page
All of these pages are intended to be interactive. We invite community members to engage in appropriate online discussion of any page through the comments section.
CitationPlease cite this page as:
SOKI Wiki (2014) Tuesday 3 Feb 2015.
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