Outputs: Case Studies

Paper: ‘The deep sea recruitment of Aristeus antennatus’May 2015
Paper: Management strategies for the fishery of red shrimp Aristeus antennatus in Catalonia (NE Spain)May 2015
Publication in ‘Nature': “Ploughing the deep-sea floor”May 2015
Management of Red Shrimp Fishery in Catalonia SpainNov 2014
Evolution and current state of the technology of echo-sounder buoys used by Spanish tropical purse seiners in the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific OceansJun 2014
Fishery co-management; a sustainable way to develop fisheries?Feb 2014
The optimal process of self-sampling in fisheries: lessons learned in the NetherlandsNov 2013
Axes & Horse Heads: GAP2 Goes DeepMar 2013
Pablo Pita Orduna’s Blog: Why I’m here & Razor Clams.Jan 2013
Presentation on Italian case study to Galician researchersSep 2012


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