Speakers

List of speakers as of 3 August 2021

 

Introduction to symposium : Gildas Illien (Direction des Bibliothèques du Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle)

Tsikliras Athanassios (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)
Ecocentric fisheries management in the European Seas (EcoScope project)

Nicolas Bailly (University of British Columbia) A. Ellenbroek, R. Fricke, H. Bart, K. Friedman et al.
Counting fish species: importance, methods, improvements

Dominique Barthelémy (Océanopolis, UCA) & Fabrice Teletchea (Université de Lorraine)
Why and how French Public Aquariums and FishBase can work together to improve the knowledge of numerous fish species?

Camille Bernery (Université Paris-Saclay)
What are the characteristics of successful invasive freshwater fishes at the global scale?

Marie Bournonville (Aquarium-Muséum universitaire de Liège ( Belgique))
Development of a positive list identifying the fish species authorized to be kept in Wallonia (Belgium)

Marie Bournonville, Jérôme Mourin, Thomas Ziegler, Attila Varga, Isabel Koch, Fabian Schmidt, Milena Mičić, Amalia Martínez de Murguía
Educational use of Fishbase by public aquaria pédagogique de Fishbase par les aquariums publics

Chardard Dominique et al.
Onset of collaboration between Fishbase and aquaria : the example of the Museum Aquarium of Nancy

Ron Fricke, Richard van der Laan, Jon Fong, Nicolas Bailly et al.
Eschmeyer's Catalog of Fishes and FishBase: the future path for a unique global list of recent fishes

Rainer Froese (Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research)
Priors in FishBase

Sandrine Grouard (Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle), Sophia Perdikaris, Irv Quitmyer, Noémie Tomadini
Pre-Columbian Caribbean palaeofisheries

Billo Heinzpeter Studer, Jenny Volstorf, Rahel Salathé
The use of FishBase data by fair-fish through its FishEthoBase and Fish Test

Austin Humphries (University of Rhode Island)
Measuring the scientific impact of FishBase using citation analysis

Gilles Lecaillon (Ecocean)
How marine ecological restoration can improve fish ecology knowledge?

Antoni Lombarte, Emili Garcia
AFORO Shape Analysis of Fish Otoliths

Alexis Martin (Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle), Nicolas Rosset, Yann Gousseau
Improving reproducibility of Environmental Niche Modeling studies for marine invertebrates by using databases of pictures and deep learning

Jessica Meeuwig (University of Western Australia) & Deng Palomares
Creating a portal for video data on FishBase: the BRUVS tool

Cornelia Nauen – Mundus maris asbl
Reaching into new user groups for FishBase

Daniel Pauly (University of British Columbia)
Why do fish reach first maturity when they do?

Patrice Pruvost (Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle), Romain Causse & Nicolas Bailly
History of Gicim and FishBase

Celia Schunter (Swire Institute of Marine Science, The University of Hong Kong ( R.A.S. chinoise de Hong Kong)), Natalia Petit-Marty
The importance of genetic diversity in commercial fish species and a simple detection of decline

Jos Snoeks (Royal Museum for Central Africa and KU Leuven)
African freshwater fish diversity and human utilisation: a happy marriage or conflicting extremes?

Fabrice Teletchea (Université de Lorraine), Paul Venturelli & Stéphane Teletchea
Storefish 2.0: a database on the reproductive strategies of teleost fishes

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