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INCOFISH ecosystem models: Transiting from Ecopath to Ecospace. Le Quesne, Will J.F.; Arreguín-Sánchez, Francisco; Heymans, Sheila J.J.

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Director's Foreward (Daniel Pauly). Preface. Trophic model of the northern Adriatic Sea, an eutrophic and highly exploited ecosystem (A. Barausse, A. Duci, C. Mazzoldi, Y. Artioli and L. Palmeri). Updated ecosystem model for the northern Benguela ecosystem, Namibia (S.J.J. Heymans and U.R. Sumaila). Modelling the food web in the upwelling ecosystem off central Chile (33°S–39°S) in the year 2000 (S. Neira and H. Arancibia). Spatial resources and fishery management framework in the East China Sea (H.Q. Cheng, H. Jiang, H.G. Xu, J. Wu, H. Ding, W. Le Quesne and F. Arreguín-Sánchez). An ecosystem simulation model of the northern Gulf of California (D. Lercari, F. Arreguín-Sánchez and W. Le Quesne). Marine ecosystem analyses in the Gulf of Ulloa, Mexico: BAC meets Ecopath (P. del Monte-Luna,F. Arreguín-Sánchez and D. Lluch-Belda). Trophic model of the ecosystem of La Paz Bay, southern Baja California Peninsula, Mexico (F. Arreguín-Sánchez, P. del Monte-Luna, J.G. Díaz-Uribe, M. Gorostieta, E.A. Chávez and R.Ronzón-Rodríguez). Spatial modelling of the Senegambian ecosystem (B. Samb). A benthic ecosystem model of the Sinaloa continental shelf, Mexico (L.A. Salcido-Guevara and F. Arreguín-Sánchez).

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