Outputs: GAP2 Overview & Reports

Deliverable 6.1.2: Final Report of the GAP2 ProjectMay 2015
Paper: ‘The deep sea recruitment of Aristeus antennatus’May 2015
Article: Submarine canyons in the Catalan Sea (NW Mediterraean): megafaunal biodiversity & anthropogenic threatsMay 2015
Paper: Management strategies for the fishery of red shrimp Aristeus antennatus in Catalonia (NE Spain)May 2015
Publication in ‘Nature': “Ploughing the deep-sea floor”May 2015
GAP2 Scallops 2015 – The PresentationsApr 2015
Stakeholder-led knowledge production: Development of a long-term management plan for North Sea ‘Nephrops’ fisheries.Nov 2014
Policy Briefing 3: Toolbox for Participatory ResearchAug 2014
WP3: Martin Pastoors moving on, GAP2 welcomes Floor QuirijnsMay 2014
GAP2 in Gothenburg: Presenting at SwAMApr 2014

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