Outputs: GAP2 Overview & Reports

WP1 International Exchange: Fishing with AntipodesApr 2014
GAP2 Interactive: Galician Workshop pt. 2Apr 2014
36 months on: Progress update from the Galician case studyMar 2014
Galicia Case Study Update: New horizons in the co-management of the octopus fisheryJan 2014
24 Months On: Progress Update from Galician Case StudyApr 2013
Plotting The Path To Spanish SustainabilityNov 2012
Presentation on Italian case study to Galician researchersSep 2012
Poster presentation on Galicia TURF Model Case StudyJul 2012
Case Study Overview: Galicia TURF ModelJun 2011


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