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About AdriaMed

AdriaMed "Scientific Cooperation to Support Responsible Fisheries in the Adriatic Sea" is an FAO Regional Project and it is funded by the Italian Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Policies (MiPAAF) and since 2007 by the European Commission. The Project aims in promoting scientific cooperation among the Adriatic countries (Republics of Albania, Croatia, Italy, Montenegro and Slovenia), in line with the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries (UN-FAO).
 

Events

7-9 October 2014. Rome, Italy
AdriaMed Working Group on Demersal Fishery Resources in the Adriatic Sea

The AdriaMed Working Group on Demersal Fishery Resources in the Adriatic Sea (WG-DEM) will be held on 7-9 October 2014 in FAO-HQs, Rome, Italy.
All the Project participating institutions (from Albania, Croatia, Montenegro Italy and Slovenia) will attend the meeting. The WG-DEM will be organised over three days and will focus on: i) Identifying priorities and needs for the Adriatic region; ii) Facilitating the coordination at Adriatic level of different data collection requirements; iii) Addressing the request from the GFCM-SAC to provide sub-regional stock assessment on priority species; iv) Fostering technical discussion on fisheries management plans at Adriatic level; v) Promoting discussion on the effects of management measures on the fisheries resources (e.g. fishing ban); vi) Facilitating the discussion for the development of indicators and reference points for fisheries management which may be considered at regional level in line with the EC Marine Strategy Framework Directive in the Adriatic Sea; and vii) Identifying training needs. During the WG, the results of the Study Groups on GSA 18 and GSA 17 will be discussed and joint analysis of data is foreseen.

30 September 3 October 2014 Rome, Italy
AdriaMed Working Group on Small Pelagic Fisheries Resources

The AdriaMed Working Group on Small Pelagic Fisheries Resources was held on 30 September-3 October 2014 in FAO-HQs, Rome, Italy. All the Project participating institutions (from Albania, Croatia, Montenegro Italy and Slovenia) was attended the meeting. The agenda items will focus on: i) Identify priorities and needs for the Adriatic region; ii) Coordinate and organize joint surveys; iii) Facilitate the coordination at Adriatic level of different data-collection requirements; iv) Address the request from the GFCM-SAC to provide sub-regional stock assessment on priority species; v) Review the work carried out by the Study Group on DEPM (SG-DEPM); vi) Review the work carried out by the Study Group on intercalibration of fish otolith reading (SG-OTH); vii) Foster the technical discussion on fisheries management plans at Adriatic level. The Working Group (WG) initiateed a joint exercise for the stock assessment of sardine and anchovy by jointly analyzing the data on small pelagics made available by all the Adriatic researchers. Research priorities and training needs was identified and a workplan for the future year was defined.

22-26 September 2014. Torre a Mare (Bari), Italy
AdriaMed Study Group on the use of bottom-trawl survey data for stock assessment in South Adriatic Sea (GSA 18)

The AdriaMed Study Group for the application of bottom-trawl survey data to fish stock assessment in South Adriatic Sea (GSA 18) was held on 22-26 September 2014 in Torre a Mare (BA), (Italy) kindly hosted by the COISPA Tecnologia & Ricerca.
Scientists from the AdriaMed participating institutions in the South Adriatic Sea (Albania, Italy and Montenegro) was attended the meeting. Stock assessment models was applied and data were jointly analyzed for case studies in GSA 18 to be identified by the experts (e.g. Merluccius merluccius, Parapenaeus longirostris).

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