Outputs: Case Studies

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
GAP2 Global: Australian ‘Barefoot Ecologist’ delivers workshop in GaliciaMar 2014
36 months on: Progress update from the Galician case studyMar 2014
Maiken Bjorkan’s Blog: GoodbyesMar 2014
Maiken Bjorkan’s Blog: Fish and FilmMar 2014
Maiken Bjorkan’s blog: Girona, Palamós and Big Chief PetterFeb 2014
Maiken Bjorkan’s Blog: Who are stakeholders?Jan 2014
Maiken Bjorkan’s blog: Twelve grapes, three kings and a closed seasonJan 2014
Maiken Bjorkan’s blog: Mica mica (little by little)Dec 2013

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