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Mathieu Colléter

Ph.D., Zoology

University of British Columbia

2015-2016 Junior Research Fellow (University of British Columbia)

Mathieu Colléter is a fisheries scientist whose research focuses on ecosystem modelling and trophic networks. He is currently a Master’s candidate in Advanced Global Studies, specialized in Environmental Policy, at the Parisian School of International Affairs (SciencesPo Paris). At Nereus, he worked on the production of biomass estimates for the 180,000 ½ degree Sea Around Us cells covering all oceans, from 1950 to 2010, using ecosystem modelling (EcoTroph) and the Sea Around Us’ new spatialized catches. This will be used to model future changes in global biomass and fisheries catch under climate change scenarios.

Publications

Maureaud, A. Gascual, D., Colléter, M., Palomares, M. L. D., Pontavice, H. D., Pauly, D., Cheung, W. W. L., 2017, Global change in the trophic functioning of marine food webs, PLoS ONE, https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0182826, link

Colléter M., Valls A., Guitton J., Gascuel D., Pauly D., Christensen V., 2015, Global overview of the applications of the Ecopath with Ecosim modeling approach using the EcoBase models repository, Marine Ecosystem, Biodiversity, Ecological Modelling, Volume 302, Pages 42–53, link

Colleter, M., Valls, A., Christensen, V., Coll, M., Gascuel, D., Guitton, J., Piroddi, C., Steenbeek, J., Buszowski, J., Pauly, D., 2016, Modelling the Global Oceans with the Ecopath Software Suite: A Brief Review and Application Example, Fisheries, Global database, Global Atlas of Marine Fisheries link

Biomass is the mass of organisms in an ecosystem or community; it is thought of in terms of energy for the next trophic level – the higher chain in the food web. For example, the biomass of plankton, which may be eaten by herring, which may be eaten by tuna.

August 24, 2016 | EcologyBiodiversity

Nereus Fellow at UBC Mathieu Colléter participated in the Day of the Thousandth Fisheries Scientist conference, which took place at Agrocampus Ouest in Rennes, France, on September 16.

September 21, 2016 | Fisheries