Dr. Caihong Fu

Chercheur scientifique

La recherche du Dr Caihong Fu contribue aux avancées du gouvernement du Canada dans le domaine des approches écosystémiques de la gestion des pêches et subvient aux impératifs  stratégiques ministériels consistant à favoriser des secteurs maritimes et des pêcheries économiquement prospères, et à garantir des écosystèmes aquatiques durables.

Ses recherches portent sur l'élaboration et l'application d'outils de modélisation qui améliorent la compréhension des écosystèmes aquatiques, y compris l'évaluation des impacts des activités humaines. Elle a mis à contribution son expertise de modélisation pour:

(1) développer des modèles de simulation des écosystèmes marins qui intègrent les interactions entre espèces, la gestion des pêches et les changements climatiques;

(2) introduire des innovations dans le processus d'évaluation des pêches qui améliorent la compréhension et la confiance des parties prenantes.

(3) élaborer des méthodes statistiques pour analyser les données écologiques marines, de l'océanographie physique, et de captures des pêches commerciales, afin d'améliorer la compréhension des impacts des facteurs externes sur la structure et le fonctionnement des écosystèmes;

(4) effectuer des évaluations techniques des stocks qui prennent en considération l'incertitude de manière quantitative. 

 

Pêches et Océans Canada

Recherche et / ou projets en cours

Ma formation académique est fondée sur la dynamique des populations et l'évaluation des stocks de poissons. Mes intérêts de recherche résident principalement sur l`étude des changements climatiques et l'interaction des espèces sur la dynamique des populations et des écosystèmes, ainsi que les changements à apporter à la gestion des populations de poissons afin d`assurer leur durabilité.

Activités professionnelles / intérêts

  • Modélisation des écosystèmes
  • Indicateurs écosystémiques
  • Approches écosystémiques de la gestion des pêches
  • Effets cumulés sur la structure et le fonctionnement des écosystèmes

Prix et études

Hydrobiology, Huazhong Agricultural University, 1994

Ph.D. Fisheries , University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2000

Fisheries Resources Management, Ocean University of China, 1991

Expérience et / ou de travail international

 Dre Fu a collaboré avec des chercheurs de plus de 10 régions de par le monde dans le cadre de la Comparative Analysis of Marine Ecosystem Organization (Organisation d'analyse comparative des écosystèmes marins ou CAEMO). Depuis 2011, elle travaille avec des chercheurs internationaux venant de quatre continents sur les indicateurs écosystémiques dans le cadre du projet Indicators for the Seas (Indicateurs pour les mers ou IndiSeas).

Principales publications

1. Quinn, T.J. II, C. Turnbell, and C. Fu. 1998.  A length-based population model for hard-to-age invertebrate populations. In Fishery Stock Assessment Models, pp. 531-556. Edited by F. Funk, T.J. Quinn II, J. Heifetz, J.N. Ianelli, J.E. Powers, J.F. Schweigert, P.J. Sullivan, and C.-I. Zhang. Alaska Sea Grant Report 98-01, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

2. Fu, C., Quinn, T.J. II, and M.D. Adkison. 1999. Retrospective projection using Monte Carlo simulation: An application of a length-based model to Kachemak Bay pink shrimp. In Ecosystem approaches for fisheries management, pp. 59-77. Alaska Sea Grant Report 99-01, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

3. Fu, C., and T.J. Quinn, II. 2000. Estimability of natural mortality and other population parameters in a length-based model: Pandalus borealis Krøyer in Kachemak Bay, Alaska. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 57: 2420-2432.

4. Fu, C., T.J. Quinn, II and G.H. Kruse. 2000. Simulation analyses of harvest strategies for pandalid shrimp populations. Journal of Northwest Atlantic Fishery Science, 27:247-260.     

5. Koeller, P., L. Savard, D.G. Parsons, and C. Fu. 2000. A Precautionary Approach to Assessment and Management of Shrimp Stocks in the Northwest Atlantic. Journal of Northwest Atlantic Fishery Science, 27:235-246.

6. Fu, C., T.J. Quinn, II and T.C. Shirley. 2001. The role of sex change, growth and mortality in Pandalus population dynamics and management. ICES Journal of Marine Science 58: 607-621.

7. Fu, C., R. Mohn, and L.P. Fanning. 2001. What caused the decline of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) stocks in the early 1990s off eastern Canada? Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58: 1613-1623.

8. Fu. C., C.C. Wood, and J. Schweigert. 2004. A generic framework for evaluating conservation limits and harvest strategies in fisheries management in Species Conservation and Management: Case Studies, (edited by H. R. Akçakaya, M.A. Burgman, O. Kindvall, C. Wood, P. Sjögren-Gulve, J. Hatfield, and M.A. McCarthy), Oxford University Press. pp. 256-259.

9.  Fu. C. and L. P. Fanning. 2004. Spatial considerations in the management of Atlantic cod off Nova Scotia, Canada. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 24: 775-784.

10. Fu. C., J. Schweigert, and C. C. Wood. 2004. An evaluation of alternative age-structured models for risk assessment of Pacific herring stocks in British Columbia. Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat. Research Document 2004/011.

11. Godbout, L., J.R. Irvine, C.C. Wood, C. Fu, G. Jamieson. 2004.  Critical Habitat Case Study – Sakinaw Lake Sockeye Salmon. Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat. Research Document 2004/116.

12. Schweigert, J.F., Fu, C., Wood, C.C., and T.W. Therriault. 2007. A risk assessment framework for Pacific herring stocks in British Columbia. Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat. Research Document 2007/047.

13. Godbout, L., Fu, C., and Irvine, J. 2008. Evaluation of chum salmon fishery performance using Ricker and Beverton Holt stock recruitment approaches in a Bayesian framework. Reconciling Fisheries with Conservation: Proceedings of the Fourth World Fisheries Congress, American Fisheries Society symposium 49: 1417-1434

14. Schweigert, J., Fu, C., and Wood C.C. 2008. A framework for evaluating conservation reference points and harvest strategies in Pacific herring. Reconciling Fisheries with Conservation: Proceedings of the Fourth World Fisheries Congress, American Fisheries Society symposium 49: 223-240.

15. Fu, C and D. Rutherford. 2009. Fish/shellfish community structure in Barkley Sound. Proceedings of the first Barkley Sound knowledge symposium.

16. Bryan, M., Fu, C, and G.D. Workman. 2010. Assemblages and distributions of groundfish species off the west coast of Vancouver Island. The Open Marine Biology Journal 4: 101-114.

17. Fu, C., Y.-J. Shin, R. I. Perry, J. King, H. Liu. 2012. Exploring climate and fishing impacts in an ecosystem framework. In G.H. Kruse, H.I. Browman, K.L. Cochrane, D. Evans, G.S. Jamieson, P.A. Livingston, D. Woodby, and C.I. Zhang (eds.), Global Progress in Ecosystem-based Fisheries Management. Alaska Sea Grant, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, doi:10.4027/gpebfm.2012.04

18. Shin, Y.-J., …..Fu, C., … 2012. Global in scope and regionally rich: an IndiSeas workshop helps shape the future of marine ecosystem indicators. Rev Fish Biol Fisheries,  DOI 10.1007/s11160-012-9252-z

19. Fu, C., S. Gaichas, J.S. Link, A. Bundy, J.L. Boldt, A.M. Cook, R. Gamble, K. R. Utne, H. Liu, K.D. Friedland. 2012.  Relative importance of fishing, trophodynamic and environmental drivers in a series of marine ecosystems. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 459: 169-184. doi:10.3354/meps09805

20. Pranovi, F., J. Link, C. Fu, A. M. Cook, H. Liu,, S. Gaichas, K. Friedland, K. R. Utne, H. Benoit.  2012. Trophic-level determinants of biomass accumulation in marine ecosystems. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 495: 185-201. doi:10.3354/meps09738

21. Gaichas, S.,  R. Gamble, M. Fogarty, H. Benoit, T. Essington, C. Fu, M. Koen-Alonso, J. Link. 2012. Assembly Rules for Aggregate-Species Production Models: Simulations in Support of Management Strategy Evaluation. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 495: 275-292. doi:10.3354/meps09650

22. Bundy, A., E.C. Bohaboy, D. O. Hjermann, F. Mueter, C. Fu, J. S. Link. 2012. Common patterns, common drivers: comparative analysis of aggregate surplus production across ecosystems. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 495: 203-218. doi:10.3354/meps09787

23. Fu, C., R.I. Perry, Y.-J. Shin, J. Schweigert, H. Liu. 2013. An ecosystem modelling framework for incorporating climate regime shifts into fisheries management. Progress in Oceanography 115: 53-64.

24. Fu, C., Large, S., Knight, B., Richardson, A., Bundy, A., Reygondeau, G., Boldt, J., van der Meeren, G.I., Torres, M.A., Sobrino, I., Auber, A., Travers-Trolet, M., Piroddi, C., Diallo, I., Jouffre, D., Mendes, H., Borges, M.F., Lynam, C., Coll, M., Shannon, L.J., Shin , Y.J., 2015. Relationships among fisheries exploitation, environmental conditions, and ecological indicators across a series of marine ecosystems. Journal of Marine Systems, 148: 101-111

25. Marta, C., L. J. Shannon, K.M Kleisner, M.J Juan Jordà, A. Bundy, G. Akoglu, D. Banaru, J.L. Boldt, M.F. Borges, A. Cook, I. Diallo, C. Fu, C. Fox, D. Gascuel, L. J. Gurney, T. Hattab, J.J. Heymans, D. Jouffre, B.R. Knight, S Kucukavsar, S.I. Large, C. Lynam, A. Machias, K.N. Marshall, H. Masski, H. Ojaveer, C. Piroddi, J. Tam, D. Thiao, M. Thiaw, M.A. Torres, M. Traves-Trolet, K. Tsagarakis, I. Tuck, G.I. van der Meeren, D.G. Yemane, S.G. Zador, Y.-J. Shin. 2016. Ecological indicators to capture the effects of fishing on biodiversity and conservation status of marine ecosystems. Ecological Indicators, 60: 947-962.

26. Reed J, Shannon L, Velez L, Akoglu E, Bundy A, Coll M, Fu C, Fulton EA, Grüss A, Halouani G, Heymans JJ, Houle J, John E, Le Loc’h F, Salihoglu B, Verley P, Shin Y-J. 2016. Ecosystem indicators – accounting for variability in species’ trophic levels. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 74(1): 158  - 169.

27. Fu, C., Olsen, N., Taylor, N., Grüss, A., Batten, B., Liu, H., Verley, P., and Shin, Y.-J. 2017. Spatial and temporal dynamics of predator-prey species interactions off western Canada. ICES Journal of Marine Science. Doi: 10.1093/icesjms/fsx056

28 Oken KL, Essington TE, Fu C. 2018. Variability and stability in predation landscapes: a cross ecosystem comparison on the potential for predator control in temperate marine ecosystems. Fish and Fisheries, 19: 489-501.

 29 Pang Y, Tian Y, Fu C, Wang B, Li J, Ren Y, Wan R. 2018. Variability of coastal cephalopods in overexploited China Seas under climate change with implications on fisheries management. Fisheries Research, 208: 22-33. 

30 Ma S, Liu Y, Li J, Fu C, Ye Z, Sun P, Yu H, Cheng J, Tian Y. 2019. Climate-induced long-term variabilities in ecosystem structures of Yellow Sea and East China Sea and the atmosphere-ocean-ecosystem processProgress in oceanography 2019, 175: 183-197.

31 Liu S, Liu Y, Fu C, Yan L, Xu Y, Wan R, Li J, Tian Y. 2019. Using novel spawning ground indices to analyze the effects of climate change on Pacific saury. Journal of Marine Sciences, 191: 13-23.

32 Fu C, Xu Y, Bundy A, Grüss A, Coll M, Heymans JJ, Fulton EA, Shannon LJ,  Halouani G, Velez L, Akoglu E, Lynam CP, Shin Y-J. 2019. Making Ecological Indicators Management Ready: Assessing their ability to detect impacts of fishing and environmental change. Ecological Indicators, 105: 16-28.

33 Guo C, Fu C, Forrest R, Olsen N, Liu H, Verley P and Shin Y-J. 2019. Ecosystem-based reference points under varying plankton productivity states and fisheries management strategies. ICES Journal of Marine Science,

34 Sun P, Chen Q, Fu C, Zhu W, Li J, Zhang C, Yu H, Sun R, Xu Y, Tian Y. 2019. Daily growth of young-of-the-year largehead hairtail (Trichiurus japonicus) in relation to environmental variables in the East China Sea. Journal of Marine Systems,