Scientific advice in support of the CFP in the Baltic Sea and North Sea EU waters. SC01: Study on ecosystem-based approaches applied to fisheries management under the CFP (39731) (Sanoba)

Project Details

Description

This study will provide a review of the legal settings providing the context for EAFM and guidance on how EAFM can be made operational by means of management measures, the ecosystem challenges these measures try to resolve and an overview of best practices that can increase the likelihood that EAFM is implemented for fisheries under CFP. The study will demonstrate the scientific underpinning of the measures and implemented methods to work towards an EAFM. Given the large number of fisheries and geographical scope of the study, specific attention will be paid to knowledge and data gaps, overall progress of implementing an EAFM and illustrating best practices so to help recommending future steps to operationalise an EAFM.

Partners
National Institute of Aquatic Resources, DTU Aqua
Stichting Wageningen Research (lead by Wageningen Marine Research), The Netherlands (coordinator)
Stichting Wageningen Research (Partner as Wageningen Economic Research), The Netherlands
Institute of Food Safety, Animal Health and Environment, Latvia
Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science, UK
Egen Vermogen van het Instituut voor Landbouw- en visserijonderzoek, Belgium
MRMRAG Europe (in association with MRAG Ltd), Ireland
National Marine Fisheries Research Institute, Poland
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden
Johann Heinrich von Thuenen-Institute, Federal Research Institute of Rural Areas, Forestry and Fisheries, Germany

Funding
The project is funded by EASME (European Agency for small and medium enterprises) / CINEA (European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency).

Research area: Fisheries Management
Research area: Ecosystem based Marine Management
StatusActive
Effective start/end date01/12/201931/10/2021

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