Outputs: GAP2 Overview & Reports

Maiken Bjorkan’s blog: Girona, Palamós and Big Chief PetterFeb 2014
Maiken Bjorkan’s Blog: Who are stakeholders?Jan 2014
Maiken Bjorkan’s Blog: The Red Shrimp LTMP – Getting to Know the Fishers’ PerspectiveJan 2014
Maiken Bjorkan’s blog: Long Term Management PlanDec 2013
Maiken Bjørkan’s blog: Viva España!Nov 2013
Maiken Bjørkan’s Blog: Closing GAPs in Costa Brava?Nov 2013
Work Package 4 Progress Report Spring 2013Mar 2013
GAP2’s Social Science Workshop: Theoretical approaches to research on Local Ecological Knowledge (LEK)Mar 2013
Poster presentation of Norway Case StudyJul 2012


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