Higher trophic levels in the southern North Sea “TROPHOS”: Final report EV/25

J Vanaverbeke, M. A Franco, T Remerie, A Vanreusel, M Vincx, L Moodley, K Soetaert, D van Oevelen, Wouter Courtens, Eric Stienen, Marc Van De Walle, K Deneudt, E Vanden Berghe, S Draisma, B Hellemans, T Huyse, F. A. M. J Volckaert, D Van den Eynde

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    Abstract

    TROPHOS is a co-operation between five Belgian institutes (RUG-Marine Biology, KULeuven-Aquatic Ecology, Institute of Nature Conservation, MUMM and VLIZ) and one Dutch institute (NIOO-CEMO) and aims at a better understanding of processes structuring the higher trophic levels in the North Sea. As we will not ignore the link between ecosystem functioning and aquatic biodiversity, our results will also serve in aspects of sustainable management for those areas on the Belgian Continental Shelf (BCS) of the North Sea, which fulfil the criteria for protection status in marine reserves.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherBelgian Science Policy
    Number of pages89
    Publication statusPublished - 2007

    Thematic list

    • Coast and estuaries

    EWI Biomedical sciences

    • B280-animal-ecology

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