Outputs: GAP2 Overview & Reports

GAP2 Palamós case study makes the news!Jan 2015
Leading the way: from Lyme to CaliforniaOct 2014
Saving seabirds in Seattle: New exchange!Aug 2014
The lucky 13 out of 10000.Aug 2014
Assessing Fishing And Marine Biodiversity Changes Using Fishers’ Perceptions: The Spanish Mediterranean and Gulf of Cadiz Case StudyFeb 2014
GAP2 out and about: Shark By-Watch UK meetingJan 2014
GAP2 attends FITF steering group meetingJan 2014
Maiken Bjorkan’s Blog: The Red Shrimp LTMP – Getting to Know the Fishers’ PerspectiveJan 2014
Giving European Small-Scale Fisheries a Place: Research Priorities and OpportunitiesJan 2014
A Few Fisherman’s ThoughtsMay 2013


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