Eric Tromeur

Eric Tromeur
Institute of Ecology and Environmental Sciences IEES-Paris | iEES · Community Diversity and Ecosystem Functioning

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Additional affiliations
February 2013 - present
Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle
Position
  • Bio-economic viability of fisheries
February 2012 - June 2012
University of Bristol
Position
  • Generalized modeling of the dynamics of metapopulations and metacommunities
May 2011 - August 2011
Sorbonne Université
Position
  • Resilience and evolution of harvested predator-prey communities
Education
September 2012 - February 2013
Sorbonne Université
Field of study
  • Ecology
September 2011 - February 2012
September 2010 - May 2011

Publications

Publications (9)
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Dispersal is a key ecological process that enables local populations to form spatially extended systems called metapopulations. In the present study, we investigate how dispersal affects the linear stability of a general single-species metapopulation model. We discuss both the influence of local within-patch dynamics and the effects of various disp...
Article
This article examines the role of risk aversion on the sustainable management of mixed fisheries. We consider a bio-economic model of multiple species harvested by a single fleet with uncertain costs of effort. We assume that the regulatory agency aims at reaching MMEY (Multispecies Maximum Economic Yield) by maximizing the expected utility of tota...
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As marine ecosystems are under pressure worldwide, many scientists and stakeholders advocate the use of ecosystem-based approaches for fishery management. In particular, management policies are expected to account for the multispecies nature of fisheries. However, numerous fisheries management plans remain based on single-species concepts, such as...
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La surpêche affecte les structures et dynamiques de nombreux écosystèmes marins, ainsi que les services écosystémiques qui en dépendent. En réponse, scientifiques et gestionnaires plaident pour une gestion écosystémique des pêches, intégrant la complexité des écosystèmes exploités, et fondée sur des objectifs de durabilité écologiques comme économi...
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Preprint available at: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/early/2018/03/28/290460
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Many world fisheries display a declining mean trophic level of catches. This "fishing down the food web" is often attributed to reduced densities of high-trophic-level species, reflecting changes in the structure of harvested food webs. However, this pattern can also result from a restructuring of the fishery, that shifts from a focus on depleted u...
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This paper examines the role of risk aversion on the sustainable management of multispecies fisheries with technical interactions. We consider a bio-economic dynamic model of multiple species harvested by a single fleet with uncertain costs of effort. We assume that the regulatory agency aims at reaching MMEY (Multispecies Maxi-mum Economic Yield)...
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The global overexploitation of fish stocks is endangering many marine food webs. Scientists and managers now call for an ecosystem-based fisheries management, able to take into account the complexity of marine ecosystems and the multiple ecosystem services they provide. By contrast, many fishery management plans only focus on maximizing the product...

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