The present study, was aimed to improve our understanding of the environmental conditions that allowed the colonization of the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas, in the Bay of Brest since its introduction in the 1960s. It was also aimed to evaluate the potential consequences of future climate change on its reproductive success and further expansion.
Without in any way pretending to be an example, at both scientific and managerial levels, of the kind mentioned at the beginning of Alison Antes’ article in the journal Nature at the end of November (Antes, 2018), I found her paper particularly stimulating at this time of year, which is the perfect time to take good resolutions.
Title: Sclerochronological approaches in Saint-Pierre & Miquelon: from sub-hourly to multidecadal environmental reconstructions The panel will be composed of: Anne Lorrain (Examiner) IRD / LEMAR Claire Lazareth (Examiner) IRD / LOCEAN Stéphanie Thièbault (Examiner) CNRS / Director of INEE Philippe Archambault (Rapporteur) Univ. Laval Matthieu Carré (Rapporteur) CNRS / LOCEAN Thesis supervisors: Laurent Chauvaud and […]
The Future Oceans2 IMBeR Open Science Conference will be held at Le Quartz Congress Centre in Brest, France Workshops 15-16 June 2019 – Main conference 17-21 June 2019 Abstract submission and registration is now open until 1 December 2018