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- Global and regional trophic pathways and connectivity – trophic responses to variability and change in physical, chemical and biological components of the marine environment
- Integrated modelling of systems based on shared socio-economic scenario pathways – projection and exploration of future patterns in marine ecosystems
- Adaptive approaches to biodiversity and resource management – strategies for incorporating climate variability and long-term change
- Responses of top predator life history dynamics to natural and anthropogenic drivers of spatio-temporal variability and change
- Implications of variability and change in the spatial dynamics of top predators for food security, species conservation and ecosystem functioning
- Management strategies for whole of systems – moving from biophysical systems to biophysical-socioeconomic systems – what are the key needs for guiding decision making into the future?