Pack: Mapping present and future predicted distribution patterns for a meso-grazer guild in the Baltic Sea

Created: 2014-08-04 09:48:54      Last updated: 2014-08-05 10:28:43
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Title: Mapping present and future predicted distribution patterns for a meso-grazer guild in the Baltic Sea


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This pack gathers together some of the data, results and workflows used in the "Mapping present and future predicted distribution patterns for a meso-grazer guild in the Baltic Sea" study by

  • Leidenberger, Sonja; University of Gothenburg, Department of Biology and Environmental Sciences - Kristineberg
  • De Giovanni, Renato; Centro de Referência em Informação Ambiental, Centro de Referência em Informação
  • Kulawik, Robert; Fraunhofer IAIS Knowledge Discovery, Schloss Birlinghoven
  • Williams, Alan; University of Manchester, School of Computer Science
  • Bourlat, Sarah; University of Gothenburg, Department of Biology and Environmental Sciences

Abstract


Baltic Sea communities consisting of key and endemic species are threatened by climate change. Using Ecological niche modelling, we map predicted distribution patterns under recent and future climate change scenarios (2050) for a food-web consisting of a guild of meso-grazers (Idotea spp.), their host algae (Fucus vesiculosus and F. radicans) and their fish predator (Gasterosteus aculeatus). Brackish water species depend on two important abiotic factors: temperature and salinity. We assess which of these environmental factors determines the distribution limits of the grazers in the Baltic Sea today. For species in a semi-enclosed sea area such as the Baltic Sea, climate-induced changes may lead to dramatic food-web effects. We assess the consequences of the predicted climate-induced habitat range changes for this unique Baltic community.
 

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    Workflow: Bioclim workflow with interaction [2] (Renato De Giovanni)

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    Taverna 2 BioClim workflow developed as part of the BioVeL project. The workflow filters for environmentally unique points and generates a BioClim model to calculate the environmental range for each variable. The workflow uses the OpenModeller framework

    Added by Biodiversity eLaboratory ... more than 1 year ago (2014-08-04 10:05:40)

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    Workflow: BioVeL ESW DIFF Basic [2] (Robert Kulawik)

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    Taverna 2 ENM Statistical Workflow developed as part of the BioVeL project. The workflow allows the spatial computation of changes in potential distribution maps by measuring the differences between two raster layers using the R statistical environment

    Added by Biodiversity eLaboratory ... more than 1 year ago (2014-08-04 09:52:35)

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    Workflow: Ecological niche modelling workflow [20] (Renato De Giovanni)

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    Taverna 2 Ecological Niche Modelling Workflow developed as part of the BioVeL project. The workflow uses occurrence and environmental data to model ecological niches using a web service based on openModeller.

    Added by Biodiversity eLaboratory ... more than 1 year ago (2014-08-04 09:51:43)

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    File: Fucus vesiculosus 2050 distribution (Biodiversity eLaboratory)

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    A low resolution PNG image of the niche predicted for Fucus vesiculosus in 2050

    Added by Biodiversity eLaboratory ... more than 1 year ago (2014-08-04 11:36:52)

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    File: Fucus vesiculosus current and 2050 difference (Biodiversity eLaboratory)

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    A low resolution PNG image for the difference between the current and predicted 2050 niches for Fucus vesiculosus

    Added by Biodiversity eLaboratory ... more than 1 year ago (2014-08-04 11:35:41)

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    File: Fucus vesiculosus current distribution (Biodiversity eLaboratory)

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    A low-resolution PNG image of the predicted current niche of Fucus vesilosus

    Added by Biodiversity eLaboratory ... more than 1 year ago (2014-08-04 11:36:26)

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    File: Fucus vesiculosus occurrences from GBIF (Biodiversity eLaboratory)

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    A spreadsheet indicating the source of occurrences of Fucus vesiculosus retrieved from GBIF.

    Added by Biodiversity eLaboratory ... more than 1 year ago (2014-08-04 11:25:26)

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    External: Idotea observations - (http://www.vliz.be/nl/imis?module=dataset&dasid=4607)

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    This parent dataset contains two subsets - one for field data and one for data derived from museum collections

    Added by Biodiversity eLaboratory ... more than 1 year ago (2014-08-05 10:26:53)

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    External: AquaMaps - (http://www.aquamaps.org/)

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    Source of the 30 arc minutes maps for sea surface salinity (SSS), sea surface temperature (SST), sea ice concentration (SIC), distance to land [km] (DL) and maximum depth [m] (MD).

    Added by Biodiversity eLaboratory ... more than 1 year ago (2014-08-04 10:32:39)

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    External: Bio-Oracle - (http://www.oracle.ugent.be/)

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    Source of the 5 arc minute maps for sea surface salinity (SSS) and sea surface temperature (SST)

    Added by Biodiversity eLaboratory ... more than 1 year ago (2014-08-04 10:27:28)

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    External: Gasterosteus aculeatus - (http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=126505)

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    The three-spined stickleback. A predator for the three species of Idotea.

    Added by Biodiversity eLaboratory ... more than 1 year ago (2014-08-04 10:24:53)

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    External: Idotea granulosa - (http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=119044)

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    A species of isopod that is prey for Gasterosteus aculeatus and which feeds on the two species of Fucus algae.

    Added by Biodiversity eLaboratory ... more than 1 year ago (2014-08-04 10:23:33)

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    External: Idotea chelipes - (http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=119042)

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    A species of isopod that is prey for Gasterosteus aculeatus and which feeds on the two species of Fucus algae.

    Added by Biodiversity eLaboratory ... more than 1 year ago (2014-08-04 10:22:40)

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    External: Idotea balthica - (http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=119039)

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    A species of isopod that is prey for Gasterosteus aculeatus and which feeds on the two species of Fucus algae.

    Added by Biodiversity eLaboratory ... more than 1 year ago (2014-08-04 10:21:43)

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    External: Fucus radicans - (http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=235808)

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    A species of brown algae that is eaten by Idotea

    Added by Biodiversity eLaboratory ... more than 1 year ago (2014-08-04 10:19:43)

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    External: Fucus vesiculosus - (http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=145548)

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    A seaweed/algae that is eaten by Idotea

    Added by Biodiversity eLaboratory ... more than 1 year ago (2014-08-04 10:17:53)

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    External: OpenModeller ecological niche modeling experimentation framework - (http://openmodeller.sourceforge.net/)

    Added by Biodiversity eLaboratory ... more than 1 year ago (2014-08-04 10:00:38)



Information Relationships (5)

  1. Fucus vesiculosus 2050 distribution is an output from Ecological niche modelling workflow.
  2. Fucus vesiculosus 2050 distribution is an input to BioVeL ESW DIFF Basic.
  3. Fucus vesiculosus current distribution is an input to BioVeL ESW DIFF Basic.
  4. Fucus vesiculosus current distribution is an output from Ecological niche modelling workflow.
  5. Fucus vesiculosus current and 2050 difference is an output from BioVeL ESW DIFF Basic.


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