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    WS-SM-18

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    Compte rendu de l'atelier sur la gestion spatiale
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    lundi 18 juin 2018 à 00:00 Australie/Hobart (Document de groupe de travail)

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      Documents

      Numéro du document Titre Point(s) de l'ordre du jour
      SC-CAMLR-XXXVII/01
      Plus d'infos
      Rapport des coresponsables de l'atelier CCAMLR pour l'élaboration d'une hypothèse sur la population de Dissostichus mawsoni de la zone 48 (du 19 au 21 février 2018, Berlin, Allemagne)
      Coresponsables : Chris Darby (Royaume-Uni) et Christopher Jones (États-Unis)
      2
      WG-SAM-18/21
      Plus d'infos
      Guidelines for fisheries-directed research addressing the Ross Sea region Marine Protected Area Research and Monitoring Plan
      S. Parker and A. Dunn
      6.3
      WG-SAM-18/33 Rev. 1
      Plus d'infos
      Annex to WS-DmPH-18 report: Towards the development of a stock hypothesis for Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni) in Area 48
      M. Söffker, A. Riley, M. Belchier, K. Teschke, H. Pehlke, S. Somhlaba, J. Graham, T. Namba, C.D. van der Lingen, T. Okuda, C. Darby, O.T. Albert, O.A. Bergstad, P. Brtnik, J. Caccavo, A. Capurro, C. Dorey, L. Ghigliotti, S. Hain, C. Jones, S. Kasatkina, M. La Mesa, D. Marichev, E. Molloy, C. Papetti, L. Pshenichnov, K. Reid, M.M. Santos and D. Welsford
      3.2
      WS-DmPH-18/01
      Plus d'infos
      Materials on biodiversity in Subareas 48.6 and 48.5 in the frame of the Weddell Sea MPA
      Delegation of the Russian Federation
      3.2
      WS-DmPH-18/02
      Plus d'infos
      Оn seasonal and interannual dynamics of ice conditions in the Weddell Sea and its relation to the WSMPA planning
      Delegation of the Russian Federation
      3.2
      WS-SM-18/01
      Plus d'infos
      Baseline data layers used for spatial planning, monitoring and research in relation to the Ross Sea region Marine Protected Area
      M. Pinkerton and B. Sharp
      4.2
      WS-SM-18/02
      Plus d'infos
      Candidate baseline data for ecosystem indicators in the Ross Sea region
      A. Dahood and G.M. Watters
      4.2
      WS-SM-18/03
      Plus d'infos
      Summary of New Zealand research projects relevant to the Ross Sea region Marine Protected Area
      M. Pinkerton and J. Scarrow
      4.2
      WS-SM-18/04
      Plus d'infos
      Developing the risk assessment framework for the Antarctic krill fishery in Area 48
      P. Trathan, V. Warwick-Evans, E. Young, S. Thorpe, E. Murphy, N. Kelly, S. Kawaguchi and D. Welsford
      4.1
      WS-SM-18/05
      Plus d'infos
      An experimental approach for the Antarctic krill fishery: advancing management and conservation through the use of Krill Reference Areas and Krill Fishing Areas
      P.N Trathan and O.R. Godø
      2, 3.1, 4.1
      WS-SM-18/06
      Plus d'infos
      Hierarchical monitoring plans to determine patterns of change in the Antarctic Marine Ecosystem
      P. Trathan
      4.1
      WS-SM-18/07
      Plus d'infos
      Predator trophic hotspots in the Indian sector of the subantarctic Southern Ocean: how do they overlap with marine protected areas?
      M. O’Toole, S. Sergi, A. Baudena, C. Cotté, C. Bost, C. Guinet, H. Weimerskirch, M.A. Hindell, P. Koubbi and F. d’Ovidio
      3.3
      WS-SM-18/08
      Plus d'infos
      Informing and seeking advice from WS-SM 2018 about the revisions of the WSMPA proposal
      S. Hain, K. Teschke, H. Pehlke and T. Brey
      3.2
      WS-SM-18/09
      Plus d'infos
      Comments on the development of a Dissostichus mawsoni Population Hypothesis for Area 48. Proposals on the WS-SM-18 advice to the to the Scientific Committee and its Working Group
      Delegation of the Russian Federation
      3.2, 6, 8
      WS-SM-18/10
      Plus d'infos
      Comments on the use of MPA for spatial management in the CCAMLR area
      Delegation of the Russian Federation
      2, 3.2, 4.1
      WS-SM-18/11
      Plus d'infos
      Peculiarities of spatial-temporal variability of oceanological conditions in the Weddell Sea region in the context of the development of a stock hypothesis for Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni) in Area 48
      V. Shnar and S. Kasatkina
      3.2
      WS-SM-18/12 Rev. 1
      Plus d'infos
      Progress towards a representative network of Southern Ocean protected areas
      C. Brooks, S. Chown, L. Douglass and B. Raymond
      2
      WS-SM-18/13
      Plus d'infos
      Scientific background document in support of the development of a CCAMLR MPA in the Weddell Sea (Antarctica) – Version 2018 – Reflection on the recommendations by WG-EMM-17 and SC-CAMLR-XXXVI
      K. Teschke, H. Pehlke and T. Brey
      3.2
      WS-SM-18/14
      Plus d'infos
      Are we there yet? Evaluating and reporting progress towards a Representative System of Marine Protected Area across the CAMLR Convention Area
      D.C. Welsford
      2
      WS-SM-18/15
      Plus d'infos
      Research and Monitoring Plan for the South Orkney Islands Southern Shelf Marine Protected Area (MPA Planning Domain 1, Subarea 48.2)
      P.N. Trathan and S. Grant
      4.2
      WS-SM-18/16
      Plus d'infos
      Proposed initiative to contribute to Ross Sea region MPA research and monitoring activities using pop-up satellite tags and otolith chemistry on Dissostichus mawsoni
      C.D. Jones
      4.2
      WS-SM-18/17
      Plus d'infos
      The identification of scientific reference areas in the wider context of MPA planning – report of the CCAMLR scholarship recipient
      A. Capurro, M.M. Santos, R. Cavanagh and S. Grant
      3.1
      WS-SM-18/18
      Plus d'infos
      Further information in relation to krill fisheries in the D1MPA process
      A. Capurro and M.M. Santos with contributions from the D1MPA Expert Group
      3.1
      WS-SM-18/P01
      Plus d'infos
      Abundance and richness of key Antarctic seafloor fauna correlates with modelled food availability
      J. Jansen, N.A. Hill, P.K. Dunstan, J. McKinlay, M.D. Sumner, A.L. Post, M.P. Eléaume, L.K. Armand, J.P. Warncock, B.K. Galton-Fenzi and C.R. Johnson
      3, 4.1
      WS-SM-18/P02
      Plus d'infos
      Model-based mapping of assemblages for ecology and conservation management: A case study of demersal fish on the Kerguelen Plateau
      N.A. Hill, S.D. Foster, G. Duhamel, D. Welsford, P. Koubbi and C.R. Johnson
      3, 4.1
      WS-SM-18/P03
      Plus d'infos
      What’s the catch? Profiling the risks and costs associated with marine protected areas and displaced fishing in the Scotia Sea
      E.S. Klein and G.M. Watters
      3.1

      Ordre du jour

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      1     Introduction

      In 2017, the Scientific Committee agreed to hold a Workshop on Spatial Management (SC-CAMLR-XXXVI, paragraph 13.23) as part of its five-year work plan. It also noted a number of issues related to specific MPA planning processes that could be discussed further at the workshop.

      The Scientific Committee’s five-year work plan (SC-CAMLR-XXXVI/BG/40) set out science topics under the theme of ‘Spatial management of impacts on the Antarctic ecosystem’, and highlighted two priority topics for the Workshop on Spatial Management:

      1. Spatial planning data management
      2. Implementation of the Ross Sea Region MPA Research and Monitoring Plan

      The workshop terms of reference were developed intersessionally, based on the science topics and priorities in the five-year work plan, and were updated following feedback from Members (SC CIRC 18/18).

      Submitted workshop papers, along with presentations and analyses conducted during the workshop, will form the basis for discussion and advice.

      1.1     Opening of the meeting

      Welcome to participants and overview of facilities, Secretariat’s offices, computer support, internet access and social activities.

      1.2     Adoption of the agenda and organisation of the meeting

      Amendments to, and adoption of, the meeting agenda, assignment of meeting papers to agenda items, appointment of rapporteurs and procedures for the preparation of the report and establishment of ad hoc subgroups if necessary.

      2     Development of general principles for the use of spatial management tools in the CCAMLR area

      The Workshop will consider general principles, in pursuance of the objective and principles of the Convention, to make use of the full range of spatial management tools available to be implemented under CM 91-04 and other mechanisms. Where possible, the workshop will aim to identify common elements and approaches on issues including:

      1. Achievement of the objectives of CM 91-04 across the Convention Area
      2. Criteria and methods to scientifically interpret and measure the achievement of MPA objectives
      3. Scientific background information and methodologies required for spatial management planning processes, including considerations of data availability.
      3     Development of MPA proposals

      The workshop will review technical issues relating to the development of specific MPA proposals, including on available scientific data and methodological approaches. It will aim to provide advice in response to specific questions identified during SC-CAMLR-XXXVI.

      WS-SM-18/P01 Abundance and richness of key Antarctic seafloor fauna correlates with modelled food availability
      J. Jansen, N.A. Hill, P.K. Dunstan, J. McKinlay, M.D. Sumner, A.L. Post, M.P. Eléaume, L.K. Armand, J.P. Warncock, B.K. Galton-Fenzi and C.R. Johnson
      WS-SM-18/P02 Model-based mapping of assemblages for ecology and conservation management: A case study of demersal fish on the Kerguelen Plateau
      N.A. Hill, S.D. Foster, G. Duhamel, D. Welsford, P. Koubbi and C.R. Johnson
      3.1     Planning Domain 1 (western Antarctic Peninsula and southern Scotia Sea)

      The workshop will review progress and updates on the development of a proposal for a system of MPAs in Planning Domain 1, including work progressed by the Domain 1 MPA Expert Group. This will include consideration of issues raised by WG-EMM (SC-CAMLR-XXXVI, Annex 6, paragraphs 4.21 to 4.22) and the Scientific Committee (SC-CAMLR-XXXVI, paragraphs 5.19 to 5.35).

      Focus topics identified by the D1MPA Expert Group for its work include:

      1. Climate change and reference areas for D1MPA;
      2. Krill fishery management strategies and harmonisation with D1MPA;
      3. Information on fisheries in the D1MPA planning process (e.g. cost layer, krill fishery displacement, toothfish research fishery).
      3.2     Planning Domains 3 and 4 (Weddell Sea)

      The workshop will review progress and updates on the proposed Weddell Sea MPA, including consideration of issues raised by WG-EMM (SC-CAMLR-XXXVI, Annex 6, paragraphs 5.9 to 5.19) and the Scientific Committee (SC-CAMLR-XXXVI, paragraph 5.8).

      The workshop will also consider the report of the Workshop for the Development of a Dissostichus mawsoni Population Hypothesis for Area 48 (held in Berlin, Germany, 19 to 21 February 2018), focusing on specific outputs relating to the further development of the WSMPA proposal.

      WG-SAM-18/33 Rev. 1 Annex to WS-DmPH-18 report: Towards the development of a stock hypothesis for Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni) in Area 48
      M. Söffker, A. Riley, M. Belchier, K. Teschke, H. Pehlke, S. Somhlaba, J. Graham, T. Namba, C.D. van der Lingen, T. Okuda, C. Darby, O.T. Albert, O.A. Bergstad, P. Brtnik, J. Caccavo, A. Capurro, C. Dorey, L. Ghigliotti, S. Hain, C. Jones, S. Kasatkina, M. La Mesa, D. Marichev, E. Molloy, C. Papetti, L. Pshenichnov, K. Reid, M.M. Santos and D. Welsford
      WS-DmPH-18/01 Materials on biodiversity in Subareas 48.6 and 48.5 in the frame of the Weddell Sea MPA
      Delegation of the Russian Federation
      WS-DmPH-18/02 Оn seasonal and interannual dynamics of ice conditions in the Weddell Sea and its relation to the WSMPA planning
      Delegation of the Russian Federation
      WS-SM-18/08 Informing and seeking advice from WS-SM 2018 about the revisions of the WSMPA proposal
      S. Hain, K. Teschke, H. Pehlke and T. Brey
      WS-SM-18/09 Comments on the development of a Dissostichus mawsoni Population Hypothesis for Area 48. Proposals on the WS-SM-18 advice to the to the Scientific Committee and its Working Group
      Delegation of the Russian Federation
      WS-SM-18/10 Comments on the use of MPA for spatial management in the CCAMLR area
      Delegation of the Russian Federation
      WS-SM-18/11 Peculiarities of spatial-temporal variability of oceanological conditions in the Weddell Sea region in the context of the development of a stock hypothesis for Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni) in Area 48
      V. Shnar and S. Kasatkina
      WS-SM-18/13 Scientific background document in support of the development of a CCAMLR MPA in the Weddell Sea (Antarctica) – Version 2018 – Reflection on the recommendations by WG-EMM-17 and SC-CAMLR-XXXVI
      K. Teschke, H. Pehlke and T. Brey
      3.3     Planning Domains 5 and 6 (Del Cano–Crozet and Kerguelen Plateau)

      The workshop will review progress and updates on the development of a representative system of Indian Ocean sub-Antarctic MPAs, including work progressed by the Indian Ocean sub-Antarctic spatial planning e-Group (SC-CAMLR-XXXVI, Annex 6, paragraphs 3.29 to 3.37).

      WS-SM-18/07 Predator trophic hotspots in the Indian sector of the subantarctic Southern Ocean: how do they overlap with marine protected areas?
      M. O’Toole, S. Sergi, A. Baudena, C. Cotté, C. Bost, C. Guinet, H. Weimerskirch, M.A. Hindell, P. Koubbi and F. d’Ovidio
      4     Research and monitoring plans
      4.1     General principles for MPA research and monitoring

      The workshop will consider general principles and common approaches for efficient and effective monitoring and assessment of MPAs, including through MPA research and monitoring plans.

      4.2     Development of specific MPA Research and Monitoring Plans

      The workshop will continue the development of the Ross Sea region MPA research and monitoring plan (addressing Scientific Committee comments, SC-CAMLR-XXXVI, paragraph 5.45), and discuss mechanisms for its implementation. It will consider the development of baseline data, criteria and indicators for the RSRMPA (SC-CAMLR-XXXVI/20, paragraphs 21 to 25; and SC-CAMLR-XXXVI, paragraph 5.45) and the development of the RSRMPA project lists (SC-CAMLR-XXXVI/20, paragraphs 10 and 11; and SC-CAMLR-XXXVI, paragraphs 5.44 and 5.45).

      The workshop will also consider updates to the draft South Orkney Islands southern shelf MPA research and monitoring plan, in advance of the review of this MPA in 2019.

      5     Spatial planning data management

      The workshop will develop recommendations for data management in relation to:

      1. Spatial management planning processes
      2. MPA research and monitoring plans.

      This will include consideration of the requirements for data management by the Secretariat (noting ongoing work by the Data Management Group), as well as the potential links with, and use of, existing external data portals and warehouses (e.g. SOOS).

      Specifically in relation to the RSRMPA, this will include a preliminary discussion on how the Scientific Committee should review Member reports on scientific activities in 2021 as specified under CM 91-05 (paragraph 15), and how the Secretariat should compile such reports.

      6.1     Priority research topics to inform future work on spatial management

      The workshop will identify prioritised research topics within the theme of ‘Spatial management of impacts on the Antarctic ecosystem’ to provide to the Scientific Committee for consideration in updating its five-year work plan.

      6.2     Cooperation with other scientific programs

      The workshop will consider the scope and potential mechanisms for future cooperation and collaboration with other scientific programs (e.g. SCAR, SOOS, ICED), in terms of the provision of data relating to the development of spatial management and MPA research and monitoring.

      6.3     Future organisation of spatial management work by the Scientific Committee and its working groups
      7     Other business

      Participants are invited to identify issues for consideration under Other business. Papers submitted under this agenda item should link their content to the workshop terms of reference and identify specific actions sought.

      8     Advice to the Scientific Committee
      9     Adoption of report and close of meeting

      As is usual practice in meetings of the Scientific Committee and its working groups, rapporteurs will draft sections of the report according to general guidelines for its production. The Secretariat is responsible for formatting, editing and circulation of the report. Any proposed changes to the report prior to report adoption should be arranged through the rapporteurs or the Co-conveners using the web-based document management system. Adoption of the report will be conducted interactively.

      Discussion will conclude by midday on Thursday, allowing Thursday afternoon and evening for report preparation and reading. Report adoption will be on Friday morning.

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