Outputs: GAP2 Overview & Reports

GAP2 Scallops Normandy Blog – EDF OceansApr 2015
The lucky 13 out of 10000.Aug 2014
Policy Briefing 2: Putting the Science into Regionalisation – Consensus from policy makers, stakeholders & scientistsJun 2014
It’s good to talk! GAP2 Channel scallop workshopApr 2014
Marloes Kraan: The Cookie Monster ProblemApr 2014
Meet the Stakeholders! Kari Stange’s GAP2 Exchange To Scotland, April 2013Apr 2014
GAP2 Global: Australian ‘Barefoot Ecologist’ delivers workshop in GaliciaMar 2014
Maiken Bjorkan’s blog: Girona, Palamós and Big Chief PetterFeb 2014
GAP2 out and about: Shark By-Watch UK meetingJan 2014
Maiken Bjorkan’s Blog: Who are stakeholders?Jan 2014


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