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@inproceedings{Pitcher2004EcosystemSO,
  title={Ecosystem Simulations of the English Channel: Climate and Trade-offs Ecosystem Simulations of the English Channel: Climate and Trade-offs Ecosystem Simulations of the English Channel: Climate and Trade-offs Ecosystem Simulations of the English Channel: Climate and Trade-offs Tuning and Simulating th},
  author={Tony j. Pitcher and Tony Pitcher},
  year={2004}
}
Ecopath with Ecosim (EwE) whole-ecosystem models were built for the English Channel (ICES areas VIId and VIIe) for the time periods 1973 and 1995. Using Ecosim, the 1973 model was run forwards with a time-series of fishing mortality data to assess how realistically it predicted the changes in biomass that had occurred. The parameters for both models were modified so that the biomass trends reflected stock assessment data. This ‘tuning’ required slight changes to some of the basic input… CONTINUE READING
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