Outputs: GAP2 Overview & Reports

Deliverable 1.3: Report(s) on integration of lessons from trans-national comparisons, including specific recommendations and action plans for implementation where appropriate.May 2015
Monterey to Morro: A fishers-eye view on #GAP2exchangeNov 2014
Pioneering Pontoons in Puget SoundSep 2014
Laurentian Lessons on Sustainable AnglingSep 2014
Saving seabirds in Seattle: New exchange!Aug 2014
The 2014-2015 GAP2 ExchangesAug 2014
The Value of Exchange ProgramsJul 2014
Johan Baaij: My experience on GAP2 exchangeApr 2014
Swap & Share: ‘Fishing for Insights’Apr 2014
What Europe can learn from NZ’s experience of engaging stakeholders in fisheries research and managementApr 2014

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