A bioenergetic approach to model and reconstruct individual life traits from fish otoliths

Publication: ResearchConference abstract for conference – Annual report year: 2012

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A bioenergetic approach to model and reconstruct individual life traits from fish otoliths. / Fablet, Ronan; Pecquerie, Laure; Høie, Hans; Millner, Richard; Mosegaard, Henrik; Kooijman, Sebastiaan A. L.M.; Bardeau, J. F.; Benzinou, A.; Chessel, A.; Jolivet, A.; Labonne, M.; Lorrain, A.; Paulet, Y.M.; de Pontual, Hélène .

2012.

Publication: ResearchConference abstract for conference – Annual report year: 2012

Harvard

Fablet, R, Pecquerie, L, Høie, H, Millner, R, Mosegaard, H, Kooijman, SALM, Bardeau, JF, Benzinou, A, Chessel, A, Jolivet, A, Labonne, M, Lorrain, A, Paulet, YM & de Pontual, H 2012, 'A bioenergetic approach to model and reconstruct individual life traits from fish otoliths'

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Fablet, R., Pecquerie, L., Høie, H., Millner, R., Mosegaard, H., Kooijman, S. A. L. M., ... de Pontual, H. (2012). A bioenergetic approach to model and reconstruct individual life traits from fish otoliths.

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Fablet R, Pecquerie L, Høie H, Millner R, Mosegaard H, Kooijman SALM, Bardeau JF, Benzinou A, Chessel A, Jolivet A, Labonne M, Lorrain A, Paulet YM, de Pontual H. 2012. A bioenergetic approach to model and reconstruct individual life traits from fish otoliths

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Vancouver

Fablet R, Pecquerie L, Høie H, Millner R, Mosegaard H, Kooijman SALM et al. A bioenergetic approach to model and reconstruct individual life traits from fish otoliths. 2012.

Author

Fablet, Ronan; Pecquerie, Laure; Høie, Hans; Millner, Richard; Mosegaard, Henrik; Kooijman, Sebastiaan A. L.M.; Bardeau, J. F.; Benzinou, A.; Chessel, A.; Jolivet, A.; Labonne, M.; Lorrain, A.; Paulet, Y.M.; de Pontual, Hélène / A bioenergetic approach to model and reconstruct individual life traits from fish otoliths.

2012.

Publication: ResearchConference abstract for conference – Annual report year: 2012

Bibtex

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title = "A bioenergetic approach to model and reconstruct individual life traits from fish otoliths",
author = "Ronan Fablet and Laure Pecquerie and Hans Høie and Richard Millner and Henrik Mosegaard and Kooijman, {Sebastiaan A. L.M.} and Bardeau, {J. F.} and A. Benzinou and A. Chessel and A. Jolivet and M. Labonne and A. Lorrain and Y.M. Paulet and {de Pontual}, Hélène",
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RIS

TY - ABST

T1 - A bioenergetic approach to model and reconstruct individual life traits from fish otoliths

AU - Fablet,Ronan

AU - Pecquerie,Laure

AU - Høie,Hans

AU - Millner,Richard

AU - Mosegaard,Henrik

AU - Kooijman,Sebastiaan A. L.M.

AU - Bardeau,J. F.

AU - Benzinou,A.

AU - Chessel,A.

AU - Jolivet,A.

AU - Labonne,M.

AU - Lorrain,A.

AU - Paulet,Y.M.

AU - de Pontual,Hélène

PY - 2012

Y1 - 2012

N2 - Otoliths are biocalcified bodies connected to the sensory system in the inner ears of fish. Their layered, biorhythm‐following formation provides individual records of the age, the individual history, and the natural environment of extinct and living fish species. Such data are critical for ecosystem and fisheries monitoring. They often lack validation, however, and the poor understanding of biomineralization mechanisms has led to striking examples of misinterpretations <br/>and subsequent erroneous conclusions in fish ecology and fisheries management. From the characterization of the physico‐chemical characteristics of fish otoliths, we present a numerical model of otolith biomineralization. Based on a general bioenergetic theory, it disentangles the complex interplay between metabolic and temperature effects on biomineralization. This model resolves controversial issues and explains poorly understood observations of otolith formation. It <br/>represents a unique simulation tool to improve otolith interpretation and applications, and, beyond, to address the effects of both climate change and ocean acidification on other biomineralizing organisms such as corals and bivalves

AB - Otoliths are biocalcified bodies connected to the sensory system in the inner ears of fish. Their layered, biorhythm‐following formation provides individual records of the age, the individual history, and the natural environment of extinct and living fish species. Such data are critical for ecosystem and fisheries monitoring. They often lack validation, however, and the poor understanding of biomineralization mechanisms has led to striking examples of misinterpretations <br/>and subsequent erroneous conclusions in fish ecology and fisheries management. From the characterization of the physico‐chemical characteristics of fish otoliths, we present a numerical model of otolith biomineralization. Based on a general bioenergetic theory, it disentangles the complex interplay between metabolic and temperature effects on biomineralization. This model resolves controversial issues and explains poorly understood observations of otolith formation. It <br/>represents a unique simulation tool to improve otolith interpretation and applications, and, beyond, to address the effects of both climate change and ocean acidification on other biomineralizing organisms such as corals and bivalves

M3 - Conference abstract for conference

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