Publication details.

Book-chapter

Year:2021
Author(s):Marbà, N; Coll, M; Acinas, S.G; Aguzzi, J.; Alcoverro, T.; Alós, J.; Álvarez-Salgado, X. A.; Calbet, A.; Catalán, I. A.; Estrada, M.; Figueiras, F.G.; Garcés, E.; Gasol, J. M.; Gili, J. M.; González, A. F.; Castro, C. G.; Hendriks, I. E.; Hinz, H.; Logares, R.; Macías, D.; Macpherson, E.; Maldonado, M.; Marrasé, C.; Massana, R.; Navarro, J.; Olivar, M. P.; Pelegrí, J. LL.; Sabatés, A.; Saiz, E.; Sala, M.; Simó, R.; Terrados, J.; Tomàs, F.; Turon, X.;
Title:Achieving a Resilient Living Ocean. Chaptes 3
Book title:Ocean Science Challenges for 2030
Editor:Pascual, A, and Macías, D.
Editorial:CSIC
ISBN:978-84-00-10763-5
D.O.I.:doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/12660
Abstract:The sustainable management of marine life is essential for the well-being of present and future human generations as it plays a crucial role in the Earth’s climate and biogeochemical cycles regulation, food security and coastal protection and provides many other goods and services of socio-economic and cultural value to humans. We identify the key scientific challenges where major research advances are needed to ensure well managed resilient living oceans in the coming decades from deep to coastal ecosystems.

Related staff

  • Nuria Marbà Bordalba
  • Ignacio A. Catalán Alemany
  • Jorge Terrados Muñoz
  • Fiona Tomas Nash
  • Iris Eline Hendriks
  • Josep Alós Crespí
  • Hilmar Hinz
  • Related departments

  • Marine Ecology
  • Oceanography and Global Change
  • Related research groups

  • Global Change Research
  • Marine Ecosystems Dynamics