NOURDEM

Type Set of cruises
Chief scientist(s) DROGOU Mickaël , LE GOFF Ronan
Project manager DROGOU Mickaël
DOI 10.18142/315
Objective

NourDem surveys consist of sampling in estuarine and coastal sectors using the GOV trawl (Large Vertical Opening) "Ifremer / NourDem 11.90-16.45m". This trawl is operated from small professional trawlers, about ten meters in length and less than 2 meters in draft, so as to be able to sample the most upstream sectors of the estuaries (down to zero of salinity), including the foreshore area at high tide, areas where nurseries for many species are located (case of sea bass Dicentrarchus labrax or sole, Solea solea, for example). When fishing, this trawl sweeps the seabed over a width of around 7m, and its vertical opening is between 2.20m and 2.40m. The objective of these campaigns is to produce annual abundance indices for the main species of the estuary, indices which are intended to be used: - or locally, by local managers (Marine Parks, GIP, Communities of municipalities, etc.) as part of their monitoring, preservation, information / popularization of knowledge missions, etc. - or by the working groups of the ICES (International Council for the Exploration of the Sea), in charge, on behalf of the European Union and the Member States, of the assessment of the state of exploited stocks and of development of management recommendations. The cruises last 8 days each, which allows the construction of around 70 trawl tows depending on the sector. The other objective is to be able to take samples for other research projects.

Bibliography

Publications

Lebigre ChristopheORCID, Aminot YannORCID, Munschy Catherine, Drogou Mickael, Le Goff RonanORCID, Briant NicolasORCID, Chouvelon Tiphaine (2022). Trace metal elements and organic contaminants are differently related to the growth and body condition of wild European sea bass juveniles. Aquatic Toxicology, 248, 106207 (10p.). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aquatox.2022.106207


Roy Amedee, Lebigre ChristopheORCID, Drogou Mickael, Woillez MathieuORCID (2022). Estimating abundance indices of juvenile fish in estuaries using Geostatistics: An example of European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax). Estuarine Coastal And Shelf Science, 269, 107799 (13p.). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecss.2022.107799


References of Technical Reports

Le Goff RonanORCID, Drogou Mickael, Lebigre ChristopheORCID, Woillez MathieuORCID, Cornou Anne Sophie, Berthele Olivier, Delaunay Damien, Martin Stephane, Le Ru Loic, Barone Herve, Bouche Ludovic, Roy Amedee, Le Roy Didier, Huet Jerome, Garren Francois, Edin Lea, Michelet Nicolas, Denize Sandra, Nguyen Pascal, Nfis Fayza, Le Roy EmilieORCID, Marhic Cindy, Mahe KeligORCID, Weiss JeromeORCID (2022). NourDem 2019-2021. Rapport final. RST-RBE/STH 2022-1. https://doi.org/10.13155/87408


Le Goff RonanORCID, Drogou Mickael, Martin Stephane, Le Ru Loic, Le Roy Didier, Huet Jerome, Garren Francois, Lebigre ChristopheORCID, Marhic Cindy, Cornou Anne Sophie, Berthele Olivier, Delaunay Damien, Edin Lea, Laspougeas Claire (2021). NourDem PNMI Douarnenez. Rapport d’activité 2021. RST-RBE/STH 2021-2. https://doi.org/10.13155/85361