The workshop was divided into Disscussion Sessions and details of each discussion can be found by following the links below:
What model approaches are available that could help us scale up from data on individual responses to impacts at the level of populations, communities and ecosystems?
Chair: Jerry Blackford. Rapporteur: Kenny Schneider.
What kinds of experimental and observational data can be collected that are of best use to models?
Chair: Murray Roberts. Rapporteur: Brian Gaylord.
Can we use long-term observations to detect and predict ecosystem change?
Chair: Tim Wootton. Rapporteur: Helen Findlay.
How can we best use natural gradients (latitudinal, environmental) to study the impact of climate stressors on individuals and communities?
Chair: Piero Calosi. Rapporteur: Sophie McCoy.
What approaches are available to conduct manipulative experiments on whole communities and assemblages?
Chair: Jim Barry. Rapporteur: Silvana Birchenough.
What practical mechanisms can we put in place to support future collaborative experimental, observational and modelling efforts?
Chair: Steve Widdicombe. Rapporteur: Kristy Kroeker.
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