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Presentations

Following INCISE2014 participants have kindly agreed to share their presentations with the Submarine Canyons community. You can download the pdf at the bottom of the page:

Talks:
Andrew Davies       Can we use historical observation data for habitat suitability modelling? Baltimore Canyon
Fabio De Leo          Barkley Canyon as model for long-erm observations and deep-sea experiments
Laetitia Gunton      Deep-Sea macrofaunal abundance and community composition in Whittard Canyon
Adriana Mecho       Benthic fauna in the submarine canyons of the NW Mediterranean Sea
Aaron Micallef        A model for canyon geomorphic evolution in tectonically active continental margins
Katleen Robert        Locating hotspots: multi-scale analysis of biodiversity within a submarine canyon
Steve Ross              Fish distribution and habtiat use patterns within and near Baltimore and Norfolk Canyons
Ashley Rowden       Benthic communities of canyons are not always different from those at other DS habitats
Florence Sanchez    Improving and sharing knowledge to optimize management of a cross border canyon

Posters:
Ashley Horton        Feeding habits of demersal fishes in Norfolk and Baltimore Canyons and Hatteras slope
Stephen Viada        Atlantic canyons - pathways to the abyss: a multidisciplinary study
 
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