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Benjamin Planque

Phone: 488 93 043

Curriculum Vitae

– University studies –
June 1986 :  French Baccalauréat C (maths) obtained in Paris (France)
1986-1988 : Studies at the ’Institut Universitaire de Technologie de l’Université Paris XII’ (France) in applied biology.
1990-1991 : 'Licence' (Honours degree) in biology and population biology at the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis (Nice, France).
1991-1992 : Maîtrise (Master degree) in animal biology and population biology at the University 'Pierre et Marie Curie' (Paris, France).
1992-1993 : 'Diplôme d’études approfondies' in biological oceanography at the University 'Pierre et Marie Curie' (Paris, France). Thesis entitled: 'Study of spatial and temporal changes in the distribution of the marine copepod Calanus finmarchicus. A new look at the Continuous Plankton Recorder data.' (in French).
1993-1996 : PhD in biological oceanography at the University 'Pierre et Marie Curie' (Paris, France): 'Spatial and temporal fluctuations in Calanus populations sampled by the Continuous Plankton Recorder'.

– Employment –
Jan-March 1997: Higher scientific officer at the Sir Alister Hardy Foundation for Ocean Science (Plymouth, UK).
June 1997 – August 2000: Higher scientific officer at the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS).
September 2000 – December 2007: Research scientist at the Institut Français de Recherche pour l'Exploitation de la Mer (IFREMER).
January 2008 – now: Senior scientist at the Institute of Marine Research in Tromsø (Norway).

– research interests –
Current fields of research include: fish ecology, climate impact on marine populations, fish stock assessment modelling, spatial ecology, foodweb modelling.

–  Peer reviewed publications (since 2011) –

  1. Loots, C., Vaz, S., Planque, B., Koubbi, P., (2011) Understanding what controls the spawning distribution of North Sea whiting (Merlangius merlangus) using a multi-model approach. Fish. Oceanogr. 20, 18-31.
  2. Planque, B., Loots, C., Lindstøm, U., Petitgas, P., Vaz, S., (2011) Understanding what controls the spatial distribution of fish populations using a multi-model approach. Fish. Oceanogr. 20, 1-17.
  3. Planque, B., Bellier, E., and Loots, C. (2011) Uncertainties in projecting spatial distributions of marine populations. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 68: 1045-1050.
  4. Drevetnyak, K. V., Nedreaas, K. H., and Planque, B., (2011) Chapter 5.7. Redfish. In The Barents Sea - ecosystem, resources and management. Half a century of Russian-Norwegian cooperation., pp. 293-308. Ed. by T. JAKOBSEN, and V. K. OZHIGIN.
  5. Planque, B., Johannesen, E., Drevetnyak, K. V., and Nedreaas, K. (2012) Historical variations in the year-class strength of beaked redfish (Sebastes mentella) in the Barents Sea. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 69: 547-552.
  6. Large, P. A., D. J. Agnew, J. Á. Á. Pérez, C. B. Froján, R. Cloete, D. Damalas, L. Dransfeld, C. T. T. Edwards, S. Feist, I. Figueiredo, F. González, J. G. Herrera, A. Kenny, K. Jakobsdóttir, M. Longshaw, P. Lorance, P. Marchal, C. Mytilineou, B. Planque, and C.-Y. Politou. (2013) Strengths and weaknesses of the management and monitoring of deep water stocks, fisheries and ecosystems in various areas of the world – a roadmap towards sustainable deep-water fisheries in the North-east Atlantic? Reviews in Fisheries Science 21:157-180.
  7. Hollowed, A. B., B. Planque, and H. Loeng. (2013). Potential movement of fish and shellfish stocks from the sub-Arctic to the Arctic Ocean. Fisheries Oceanography 22:355-370.
  8. Planque, B., K. Kristinsson, A. Astakhov, M. Bernreuther, E. Bethke, K. Drevetnyak, K. Nedreaas, J. Reinert, A. Rolskiy, T. Sigurdsson, and C. Stransky. (2013). Monitoring beaked redfish (Sebastes mentella) in the North Atlantic, current challenges and future prospects. Aquatic Living Resources 26:293-306.
  9. Certain, G., C. F. Dormann, and B. Planque. (2014). Choices of abundance currency, community definition and diversity metric control the predictive power of Macro-Ecological Models of Biodiversity. Global Ecology and Biogeography 23:468-478.
  10. Planque, B., R. Primicerio, K. Michalsen, M. Aschan, G. Certain, P. Dalpadado, H. Gjøsæter, C. Hansen, E. Johannesen, L. L. Jørgensen, I. Kolsum, S. Kortsch, L. M. Leclerc, L. Omli, M. Skern-Mauritzen, and M. Wiedmann. (2014). Who eats whom in the Barents Sea: a foodweb topology from plankton to whales. Ecology 95:1430.
  11. Thébaud, O., Luc Doyen, J. Innes, C. Macher, B. Planque, M. Lample, S. Mahévas, M. Quaas, C. Mullon, T. Smith, and Y. Vermard. (2014). Building ecological-economic models and scenarios of marine resource systems: workshop report. Marine Policy 43:382-386.
  12. Wiedmann, M. A., M. Aschan, G. Certain, A. Dolgov, M. Greenacre, E. Johannesen, B. Planque, and R. Primicerio. (2014). Functional diversity of the Barents Sea fish community. Marine Ecology Progress Series 495:205-218.
  13. Planque, B., U. Lindstrøm, and S. Subbey. (2014). Non-deterministic modelling of food-web dynamics. PLoS ONE, 9:e108243. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0108243
  14. Certain, G., Jørgensen, L. L., Christel, I., Planque, B., and Bretagnolle, V. (2015). Mapping the vulnerability of animal community to pressure in marine systems: disentangling pressure types and integrating their impact from the individual to the community level. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 72: 1470-1482.
  15. Certain, G., and Planque, B. (2015). Biodiversity baseline for large marine ecosystems: an example from the Barents Sea. ICES Journal of Marine Science: 72: 1756-1768.
  16. Jørgensen, L. L., Planque, B., Thangstad, T., and Certain, G. (2015). Vulnerability of megabenthic species to trawling in the Barents Sea. ICES Journal of Marine Science, doi: 10.1093/icesjms/fsv107.
  17. Planque, B. (2016). Projecting the future state of marine ecosystems, ‘la grande illusion’? ICES Journal of Marine Science, 73: 204-208.
  18. Saha, A., Hauser, L., Kent, M., Planque, B., Neat, F., Kirubakaran, T. G., Huse, I., et al. (2015). Seascape genetics of saithe (Pollachius virens) across the North Atlantic using single nucleotide polymorphisms. ICES Journal of Marine Science, doi: 10.1093/icesjms/fsv139
  19. Siegelman-Charbit, L., and Planque, B. (2016). Abundant mesopelagic fauna at oceanic high latitudes. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 546: 277-282.
  20. Subbey, S., Planque, B., and Lindstrøm, U. (2016). Exploring stochasticity and imprecise knowledge based on linear inequality constraints. Journal of Mathematical Biology, DOI 10.1007/s00285-015-0959-z: 1-21.
  21. Lindstrøm, U., Planque, B., and Subbey, S. 2016. Multiple patterns of food web dynamics revealed by a minimal non deterministic model. Ecosystems: 1-20.
  22. Saha, A., Johansen, T., Hedeholm, R., Nielsen, E. E., Westgaard, J.-I., Hauser, L., Planque, B., et al. 2016. Geographic extent of introgression in Sebastes mentella and its effect on genetic population structure. Evolutionary Applications, DOI: 10.1111/eva.12429.