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http://www.emodnet.eu
EMODnet Stakeholder Conference & Sea-basin Workshops
14-15 February 2017
Biology theme
Jun She
js@dmi.dk
On behalf of all Ckeckpoints
EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Results
THEME-Biology
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Species stress test: Time series of three phytoplankton
species for basin-wide trend analysis - Baltic
Dataset Problems identified
ICES/HELCOM Lots of missing data & pending data
EMODnet Trend analysis is impossible to accomplish. This is because the target
species is not always observed in all samples taken
SMHI Sharkweb Data partly in ICES
Estonian EEZ Locally available, not in ICES
LHEI Only a few stations are in ICES
Finland All monitoring data are freely available, but there is no web-page to
download these
Poland Even though the monitoring data should be freely available, the
response to the data request was not always positive.
Project data CHARM dataset: 1973-2001
THRESHOLDS dataset: Baltic Sea-wide 1966-2008
Unfortunately, it is not easy to get access to these databases, no on-
line access
EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Results
THEME-Biology
Four specie: two spring bloom species and two summer bloom cyanobacterium
3
Biomass stress test: Chl-a for eutrophication- Baltic
EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Results
THEME-Biology
4
Biomass stress test: Chl-a for eutrophication- Baltic
5
Species stress tests: Other regions
Black Sea − Phytoplankton generic biomass and zooplankton wet weight biomass are not adequate, not up-
to-date.
− Chlorophyll & Bird taxonomy are partly adequate
Mediterranea
n
− Chlorophyll: availability “fully adequate”, appropriateness: “partly adequate”
− Bird counts: visibility not adequate; appropriateness “not adequate”
Arctic − Mostly on chlorophyll and not on individual species.
− There are gaps in both time and space of monitored areas when it comes to individual species of
phytoplankton. The data found was not up-to-date.
− The IUCN offers to deliver data on species distribution on their website. but multiple requests were
not responded to.
North Sea − The Wind Farm challenge identified limitations of using biological and ecological data, particularly
fisheries data and information on the migration routes for birds and marine mammals. Data
available from ICES, OSPAR and CEFAS. The main data gaps were in spatial datasets for ecology and
fishing activities. Data need to be made more discoverable.
− MPA challenge: Biology Portal - data over short periods or in relation to specific species in target
locations, not useful for basin-wide analysis.
− No basin-wide studies were found which looked at the connectivity of species between MPAs. It is
recommended that a list of ‘priority’ species be drawn up for analysis of MPA connectivity.
− Lack of spatial information on larval dispersal patterns within the MPAs.
− The Oil Platform challenge identified gaps in the data supporting distribution of seabirds and
marine mammals, also fisheries activity on a timescale shorter than a whole year.
− Overall, data concerning fisheries and marine species (and bird) migration was a recurring
inadequacy across the challenges. It is recommended that this be made a priority area for
attention.
EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Results
THEME-Biology
6
Stress test: migration from rivers
Arctic − There is no ready-to-use information on fish migration from and to the Arctic
rivers. Only combining results from monitoring programs in and outside rivers
gives an impression of the fish migration.
Baltic - The data on salmon smolt production, number of spawners and other data from
national monitoring is brought by the national representatives to the annual
meeting of the ICES Working Group for Baltic Sea Salmon and Sea Trout (WGBAST).
- The data is documented in the reports of the group, currently no common database.
- The stock data from Kattegat originates from the HELCOM SALAR project report
- River surveys include: parr density estimates, smolt trapping, monitoring of
spawning runs and river catches.
- Sea surveys include: catch data, fishing effort data and catch composition estimates.
- Joint river and sea surveys include: tagging data (tagging in rivers, recaptures from
sea and river fishery).
North Sea − The River Inputs challenge found that the data, for species of salmon and eel, only
the UK (specifically England) held comprehensive datasets that included
abundance of the fish.
− Several datasets were not fully useable due to the lack of metadata detailing
location or dates of collection. Where data was not geo-referenced it was difficult
to determine if it was useful for the challenge.
EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Results
THEME-Biology
7
Alien species stress test: Baltic Sea
EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Results
THEME-Biology
8
Alien species stress test: Baltic Sea
EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Results
THEME-Biology
- AquaNIS (2016) contains in public access data on 992 species involved in 2933
introduction events in > 50 regions around the World.
- Taxonomic information and 10 life forms can be retrieved for all species registered
in the Baltic Sea
- Currently at least some geo-referenced data is available for 49 species, i. e. for 56%
all established NIS (non-indigenous species) and CS (cryptogenic species ).
- It is recommended that point information should be completed by empirical
modelling to show the areas where NIS are already present and may spread in the
future.
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Alien species stress test: Other regions
Arctic − There are about 94 alien species which invaded the Arctic Ocean.
− Some invasive species in the Arctic altered the habitat locally.
Atlantic − The European Union lacks a comprehensive framework to address the
threats posed by NIS.
− Current efforts are fragmented and suffer substantial gaps in coverage.
One of the problems is the lack of standardisation of terminology and
metrics to describe the status of biological invasions, influenced, in turn,
by quality, validity and potential bias of the underlying data.
− At present, data are rarely if ever gathered through standardized surveys
specifically designed to detect NIS. Poorly studied NIS taxa, NIS in poorly-
studied habitats and regions, small-bodied species and additional lacunae
impede our understanding of NIS diversity.
− Existing data suffer from being referenced a lot in publications, so
although data are easily found and get 75% of easy download,
responsiveness and readiness are low.
− Data policy and its visibility are very low, probably due to the absence of
these indicators in web sites dealing with this topic which are still in their
early development.
Black Sea − There is no comprehensive data set for alien species in the Black Sea.
EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Results
THEME-Biology
10
Fishery management stress test: Baltic Sea
EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Results
THEME-Biology
Objectives: to establish time series
of whole sea-basin of:
Mass and number of landings of fish
by species and year (cod, herring and
sprat).
Mass and number of discards and
bycatch (of fish, mammals, and
seabirds) by species and year
For open waters:
Fish landing data are adequate for
stocks where relevant/available and
used for stock assessment and
subject to continuous improvements
of sampling programs.
Fish discard data are acceptable for
stocks where used in stock
assessment and subject to
uncertainty check.
No regular monitoring on the fish
bycatch, the data generally adequate
for the purpose when available and
availability limited.
11
Coastal fish data in Baltic Sea
Vessels Temporal
resolution
Spatial
resolution
Quality Starting
year
Parameters Reporting
delay
Finland
&
Sweden
<10m monthly ICES
rectangles
Relatively
high
FI:1989
SW:1999
Catches,
effort etc in
logbook
A few
days
Estonia <20m monthly ICES rect. Improved
recent
years, high
now
2007 Logbook
Latvia All daily ICES rect. after
2007
1993 Logbook
Lithuania All daily 29 grids 1993 Logbook 1 month
Poland <8m monthly ICES rect. Skeptical 1995 Logbook
Germany <8m monthly 9 districts in
W. Pomerania
Fair Catches
only
Denmark <12m,
24h
As reported Fair Catch/area
12
Fishery management stress test: Baltic Sea
EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Results
THEME-Biology
Monthly logbooks hamper the precision
of the effort data
There are no standard gears, implying
that the differences in gears between
fishermen and also in time might be
considerable
There is a huge amount of commercial
catch and effort data of the coastal
species available and new data is
continuously accumulating into the
national bases
It is evident that this data source has not
been fully utilized in assessments of the
coastal fish stocks in the Baltic Sea.
The data has certain shortages or
restrictions compared to fishery
independent data but it would be
possible to overcome most of the
shortages by thorough consideration
and effective cooperation
13
Fishery management stress test: Other regions
EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Results
THEME-Biology
Arctic − Collected data on fisheries discards and/or bycatch is less readily available than
landings or catch data. It was therefore not possible to generate overall
comprehensive overview of discards and bycatch in the Arctic area; only
fragmented data has been found.
− For fisheries catch data used in the checkpoint assessment it is not always clear
whether it relates to commercial fisheries catch or fisheries landings.
Atlantic − Fisheries data are not covered by the EMODnet “Human activities” lot but by the
Data collection framework mechanism (DCF). Data on discards and incidental
bycatch (e.g. marine predators) are not available for many countries in the
Atlantic and only available on special data call from Member States. More
specifically, data on PETS (Protected, endangered and threatened species)
− Bycatch is scarce.
− In general there are no programs collecting landings in terms of number of fish,
thus this information is not available in the DCF database, an issue for the
"fisheries management" challenge which has to report these figures.
Black Sea − The Challenge 06-Fisheries and Challenge 07-Fishery impact have the best
scores, probably due to the fact that source of data is well defined and available.
Mediterra
nean
− Fishery data, such as fish catch and by-catch, fish abundance in the water column
are at the top of the list for their inadequate availability and appropriateness
indicators. The key inadequate quality attributes for this monitoring are:
visibility, EU INSPIRE catalogue, data policy visibility, readiness, data delivery and
data policy, horizontal and temporal coverage, temporal validity.
14
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Results of the EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints: biology

  • 1. 1 http://www.emodnet.eu EMODnet Stakeholder Conference & Sea-basin Workshops 14-15 February 2017 Biology theme Jun She js@dmi.dk On behalf of all Ckeckpoints EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Results THEME-Biology
  • 2. 2 Species stress test: Time series of three phytoplankton species for basin-wide trend analysis - Baltic Dataset Problems identified ICES/HELCOM Lots of missing data & pending data EMODnet Trend analysis is impossible to accomplish. This is because the target species is not always observed in all samples taken SMHI Sharkweb Data partly in ICES Estonian EEZ Locally available, not in ICES LHEI Only a few stations are in ICES Finland All monitoring data are freely available, but there is no web-page to download these Poland Even though the monitoring data should be freely available, the response to the data request was not always positive. Project data CHARM dataset: 1973-2001 THRESHOLDS dataset: Baltic Sea-wide 1966-2008 Unfortunately, it is not easy to get access to these databases, no on- line access EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Results THEME-Biology Four specie: two spring bloom species and two summer bloom cyanobacterium
  • 3. 3 Biomass stress test: Chl-a for eutrophication- Baltic EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Results THEME-Biology
  • 4. 4 Biomass stress test: Chl-a for eutrophication- Baltic
  • 5. 5 Species stress tests: Other regions Black Sea − Phytoplankton generic biomass and zooplankton wet weight biomass are not adequate, not up- to-date. − Chlorophyll & Bird taxonomy are partly adequate Mediterranea n − Chlorophyll: availability “fully adequate”, appropriateness: “partly adequate” − Bird counts: visibility not adequate; appropriateness “not adequate” Arctic − Mostly on chlorophyll and not on individual species. − There are gaps in both time and space of monitored areas when it comes to individual species of phytoplankton. The data found was not up-to-date. − The IUCN offers to deliver data on species distribution on their website. but multiple requests were not responded to. North Sea − The Wind Farm challenge identified limitations of using biological and ecological data, particularly fisheries data and information on the migration routes for birds and marine mammals. Data available from ICES, OSPAR and CEFAS. The main data gaps were in spatial datasets for ecology and fishing activities. Data need to be made more discoverable. − MPA challenge: Biology Portal - data over short periods or in relation to specific species in target locations, not useful for basin-wide analysis. − No basin-wide studies were found which looked at the connectivity of species between MPAs. It is recommended that a list of ‘priority’ species be drawn up for analysis of MPA connectivity. − Lack of spatial information on larval dispersal patterns within the MPAs. − The Oil Platform challenge identified gaps in the data supporting distribution of seabirds and marine mammals, also fisheries activity on a timescale shorter than a whole year. − Overall, data concerning fisheries and marine species (and bird) migration was a recurring inadequacy across the challenges. It is recommended that this be made a priority area for attention. EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Results THEME-Biology
  • 6. 6 Stress test: migration from rivers Arctic − There is no ready-to-use information on fish migration from and to the Arctic rivers. Only combining results from monitoring programs in and outside rivers gives an impression of the fish migration. Baltic - The data on salmon smolt production, number of spawners and other data from national monitoring is brought by the national representatives to the annual meeting of the ICES Working Group for Baltic Sea Salmon and Sea Trout (WGBAST). - The data is documented in the reports of the group, currently no common database. - The stock data from Kattegat originates from the HELCOM SALAR project report - River surveys include: parr density estimates, smolt trapping, monitoring of spawning runs and river catches. - Sea surveys include: catch data, fishing effort data and catch composition estimates. - Joint river and sea surveys include: tagging data (tagging in rivers, recaptures from sea and river fishery). North Sea − The River Inputs challenge found that the data, for species of salmon and eel, only the UK (specifically England) held comprehensive datasets that included abundance of the fish. − Several datasets were not fully useable due to the lack of metadata detailing location or dates of collection. Where data was not geo-referenced it was difficult to determine if it was useful for the challenge. EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Results THEME-Biology
  • 7. 7 Alien species stress test: Baltic Sea EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Results THEME-Biology
  • 8. 8 Alien species stress test: Baltic Sea EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Results THEME-Biology - AquaNIS (2016) contains in public access data on 992 species involved in 2933 introduction events in > 50 regions around the World. - Taxonomic information and 10 life forms can be retrieved for all species registered in the Baltic Sea - Currently at least some geo-referenced data is available for 49 species, i. e. for 56% all established NIS (non-indigenous species) and CS (cryptogenic species ). - It is recommended that point information should be completed by empirical modelling to show the areas where NIS are already present and may spread in the future.
  • 9. 9 Alien species stress test: Other regions Arctic − There are about 94 alien species which invaded the Arctic Ocean. − Some invasive species in the Arctic altered the habitat locally. Atlantic − The European Union lacks a comprehensive framework to address the threats posed by NIS. − Current efforts are fragmented and suffer substantial gaps in coverage. One of the problems is the lack of standardisation of terminology and metrics to describe the status of biological invasions, influenced, in turn, by quality, validity and potential bias of the underlying data. − At present, data are rarely if ever gathered through standardized surveys specifically designed to detect NIS. Poorly studied NIS taxa, NIS in poorly- studied habitats and regions, small-bodied species and additional lacunae impede our understanding of NIS diversity. − Existing data suffer from being referenced a lot in publications, so although data are easily found and get 75% of easy download, responsiveness and readiness are low. − Data policy and its visibility are very low, probably due to the absence of these indicators in web sites dealing with this topic which are still in their early development. Black Sea − There is no comprehensive data set for alien species in the Black Sea. EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Results THEME-Biology
  • 10. 10 Fishery management stress test: Baltic Sea EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Results THEME-Biology Objectives: to establish time series of whole sea-basin of: Mass and number of landings of fish by species and year (cod, herring and sprat). Mass and number of discards and bycatch (of fish, mammals, and seabirds) by species and year For open waters: Fish landing data are adequate for stocks where relevant/available and used for stock assessment and subject to continuous improvements of sampling programs. Fish discard data are acceptable for stocks where used in stock assessment and subject to uncertainty check. No regular monitoring on the fish bycatch, the data generally adequate for the purpose when available and availability limited.
  • 11. 11 Coastal fish data in Baltic Sea Vessels Temporal resolution Spatial resolution Quality Starting year Parameters Reporting delay Finland & Sweden <10m monthly ICES rectangles Relatively high FI:1989 SW:1999 Catches, effort etc in logbook A few days Estonia <20m monthly ICES rect. Improved recent years, high now 2007 Logbook Latvia All daily ICES rect. after 2007 1993 Logbook Lithuania All daily 29 grids 1993 Logbook 1 month Poland <8m monthly ICES rect. Skeptical 1995 Logbook Germany <8m monthly 9 districts in W. Pomerania Fair Catches only Denmark <12m, 24h As reported Fair Catch/area
  • 12. 12 Fishery management stress test: Baltic Sea EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Results THEME-Biology Monthly logbooks hamper the precision of the effort data There are no standard gears, implying that the differences in gears between fishermen and also in time might be considerable There is a huge amount of commercial catch and effort data of the coastal species available and new data is continuously accumulating into the national bases It is evident that this data source has not been fully utilized in assessments of the coastal fish stocks in the Baltic Sea. The data has certain shortages or restrictions compared to fishery independent data but it would be possible to overcome most of the shortages by thorough consideration and effective cooperation
  • 13. 13 Fishery management stress test: Other regions EMODnet Sea-basin Checkpoints Results THEME-Biology Arctic − Collected data on fisheries discards and/or bycatch is less readily available than landings or catch data. It was therefore not possible to generate overall comprehensive overview of discards and bycatch in the Arctic area; only fragmented data has been found. − For fisheries catch data used in the checkpoint assessment it is not always clear whether it relates to commercial fisheries catch or fisheries landings. Atlantic − Fisheries data are not covered by the EMODnet “Human activities” lot but by the Data collection framework mechanism (DCF). Data on discards and incidental bycatch (e.g. marine predators) are not available for many countries in the Atlantic and only available on special data call from Member States. More specifically, data on PETS (Protected, endangered and threatened species) − Bycatch is scarce. − In general there are no programs collecting landings in terms of number of fish, thus this information is not available in the DCF database, an issue for the "fisheries management" challenge which has to report these figures. Black Sea − The Challenge 06-Fisheries and Challenge 07-Fishery impact have the best scores, probably due to the fact that source of data is well defined and available. Mediterra nean − Fishery data, such as fish catch and by-catch, fish abundance in the water column are at the top of the list for their inadequate availability and appropriateness indicators. The key inadequate quality attributes for this monitoring are: visibility, EU INSPIRE catalogue, data policy visibility, readiness, data delivery and data policy, horizontal and temporal coverage, temporal validity.
  • 14. 14 Thank you for your attention!