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SIMA Austral: an operational information system for managing the Chilean aquaculture industry with international application

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Steven, ADL, Aryal, S, Bernal, P, Bravo, F, Bustamante, RH, Condie, S, Dambacher, JM, Dowideit, S, Fulton, EA, Gorton, R, Herzfeld, M, Hodge, J, Hoshino, E, Kenna, E, Ocampo, D, van Putten, CI, Rizwi, F, Skerratt, J, Steven, A, Thomas, L, Tickell, S, Vaquero, P, Wild, D and Wild-Allen, K 2019 , 'SIMA Austral: an operational information system for managing the Chilean aquaculture industry with international application' , Journal of Operational Oceanography, vol. 12, no. sup2 , S29-S46 , doi: 10.1080/1755876X.2019.1636606.

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Abstract

The Integrated Management System for the Aquaculture (SIMA in Spanish) is a comprehensive interoperable information and modelling platform that has been developed to provide the Chilean Aquaculture industry and government agencies with access to improved environmental intelligence allowing them to make better informed strategic and operational decisions. SIMA is built upon an integrated system of biophysical production data, catchment and coastal-marine models, visualisation, reporting and risk-based decision support tools. This communication briefly describes the SIMA architecture and components and provides examples of applications of how it can be used to inform policy and management decisions, and discusses challenges and key learnings and considers future developments and applications.

Item Type: Article
Authors/Creators:Steven, ADL and Aryal, S and Bernal, P and Bravo, F and Bustamante, RH and Condie, S and Dambacher, JM and Dowideit, S and Fulton, EA and Gorton, R and Herzfeld, M and Hodge, J and Hoshino, E and Kenna, E and Ocampo, D and van Putten, CI and Rizwi, F and Skerratt, J and Steven, A and Thomas, L and Tickell, S and Vaquero, P and Wild, D and Wild-Allen, K
Keywords: aquaculture, modelling, forecasting, real-time, operational, information’s system, sustainability, risk-based management
Journal or Publication Title: Journal of Operational Oceanography
Publisher: Taylor and Francis
ISSN: 1755-876X
DOI / ID Number: 10.1080/1755876X.2019.1636606
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Copyright 2019 Crown Copyright. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/

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