Stephanie C. J. Palmer's research while affiliated with University of Nantes and other places

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A R T I C L E I N F O Keywords: Bivalve Pacific oyster Dynamic energy budget (DEB) Marine spatial planning (MSP) Offshore aquaculture Site selection, climate change A B S T R A C T Aquaculture development in Europe, while critical to the European Union (EU) Blue Growth strategy, has stagnated over the past decades due largely to high competition fo...

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... Thus, accurately extracting raft aquaculture extent for scientific aquaculture management and planning is essential. Compared with the traditional ship-based in situ survey, remote sensing observation has the advantages of wide coverage, high resolution, and low cost and has been widely utilized in the monitoring and extraction of coastal aquaculture over large scales [7]. ...
... Several studies have used the DEB to examine life-history traits of the Pacific oyster Magallana gigas, however, these studies use fixed parameter values for their models, most of which originate from three key papers (Pouvreau et al., 2006;van der Veer et al., 2006;Bernard et al., 2011). Previous publications on M. gigas (Thomas et al., 2016;Thomas & Bacher, 2018;Palmer et al., 2021) have explored the variation in growth and reproduction through varying external drivers, i.e. temperature and food, but have kept DEB model parameters fixed. For example, Thomas & Bacher (2018) investigated spatial patterns of population responses by modelling individual cohorts of M. ...