Opening session

The ATLAS approach - Prof J Murray Roberts (ATLAS Coordinator)

Understanding deep Atlantic ecosystems: ATLAS education, outreach and legacy - Hermione Cockburn (Dynamic Earth)

ATLAS Objective 1 To improve understanding of deep Atlantic marine ecosystems and populations by collecting and integrating high-resolution measurements of ocean circulation with functioning, biological diversity, genetic connectivity, and socioeconomic values.         

Integrating novel ecosystem relevant fluxes with subpolar transatlantic circulation measurements from the Ellett/OSNAP array: Beyond the state-of-the-art. - Clare Johnson

Atlantic Paleo Circulation: A long-term context for the modern Ocean - David Thornalley/Peter Spooner

Societal preferences and values for deep Atlantic ecosystem services - Stephen Hynes

Influence of water masses on the biodiversity and biogeography of deep-sea benthic ecosystems in the North Atlantic at different spatial scales - Patricia Puerta

Improving the understanding of biodiversity in the deep N Atlantic - Carlos Dominguez-Carrió

Biogeographical patterns in the deep ocean: environmental, biological, and historical drivers in the North Atlantic - Berta Ramiro Sanchez

Shape in a drape: Interaction between morphology and environment in MEDWAVES seamounts - Jesús Rivera Martínez contacted

The necessity and challenge of integrating connectivity approaches in the deep sea - Sophie Arnaud-Haond

ATLAS Objective 2 To Improve the capacity to monitor, model and predict shifts in deep-water ecosystems and populations in response to future change through a better understanding of the connections between physical parameters and biological characteristics to support sustainable exploitation in the N Atlantic. 

Changes in biodiversity distribution under IPCC scenarios - Telmo Morato

Improved habitat suitability modelling capacities for VME indicator taxa & key deep-sea fish species under current environmental conditions - David Stirling

Paradigm shift in deep-sea exploration: a cost effective drift-cam system for rapid appraisal of deep-sea benthic communities and Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems - Carlos Dominguez-Carrió (restricted access pending publication)

The impact of ocean acidification under variable food supply on the octocoral Viminella flagellum - Marina Carreiro Silva (IMAR-UAz) on behalf of Maria Rakka

Refining the Assessment of O2 Uptake and Carbon Cycling by Cold-water Coral Communities and Sponge Assemblages - Lorenzo Rovelli

A Mechanistic Modelling Approach to Predict Cold-Water Coral Biomass Based on Organic Matter and Hydrodynamics - Christian Mohn & Evert de Froe              

ATLAS Objective 3 Transform new data, tools and understanding into robust ocean governance in line with an adaptive ecosystem-based maritime spatial planning (MSP) approach to achieve ecosystem preservation, sustainable exploitation, and Blue Growth.           Matthew Gianni (GC) & Cova Orejas (IEO)

Assessing the environmental status of the deep sea - Georgios Kazanidis & Covadonga Orejas (restricted access pending publication)

ATLAS GeoNode & data pipeline - Making ATLAS geospatial data user‐friendly and FAIR - Tim Collart & Joana Gafeira

Long term data discovery through EMODnet - Kate Larkin

From scientific discovery to policy regulation: the Luso hydrothermal vent field case  - Marina Carreiro-Silva (restricted access pending publication)

Deep sea and the public: Results of an ocean literacy survey in the Azores - Adriana Ressurreição

The NE Atlantic EBSA Workshop: ATLAS input - David Johnson

Overview of SSC work highlighting inputs from ATLAS and wider relevance to BBNJ process - Teresa Mackey (Sargasso Sea Commission)

Assessing Stakeholder Perceptions of the Science-Policy Interface of Marine Biodiversity beyond National Jurisdiction (BBNJ) Governance & ATLAS Contributions to the BBNJ Process - Christine Gaebel

Compendium results plans - Annette Wilson

Policy implications of ATLAS research and recommendations for ocean governance under changing deep-sea dynamics - Phil Turner      

Session 6: Objective 4 Scenario-test and develop science-led, cost-effective adaptive management strategies for sustainable use of living and non-living resources that stimulate Blue Growth.

Introduction to Objective 4 - Anthony Grehan      

Systematic conservation planning at an Ocean Basin and regional scales - Telmo Morato & Magali Combes

Regional marine spatial planning in the Flemish Cap - Pablo Durán

Using scenario based simulations to improve marine spatial planning at Rockall Bank - Grant Campbell & David Stirling (MSS)

Decision support for the implementation of regional marine spatial planning across the North Atlantic - Oisín Callery

Economic Valuation of New Deep-Sea Management Options: A Latent Class Comparison of Norway and Scotland - Isaac Ankamah-Yeboah

Valuing deep sea ecosystems across Europe and North America - Katherine Needham

Results of Q study on attitudes to valuation - Rob Tinch 

Talking to industry (results of D7.5 and D7.7) - Adelaide Ferreira

Data sharing with industry (D6.4) - Lea-Anne Henry

How ATLAS results have been useful for industry - Ingunn Nilssen            

Horizon Europe - Victoria Beaz-Hidalgo, EC

NOAA perspective on ATLAS and the forward look through ASPIRE and to the UN Ocean Decade - Alan Leonardi