pop up description layer
 
     Scientific Cooperation to Support Responsible Fisheries in the Adriatic Sea  
 

The Project

 

Databases

 

Fishery shared resources

 

Publications

 

Social and economics fishery sciences

 

Country fishery information

 

Fishery statistics and information systems

 

AdriaMed - ASFA

 

Fishery management

   Credits

 

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

11-12 November 2015 Ljubljana, Slovenia
AdriaMed Working Group on Demersal Fishery Resources in the Adriatic

The AdriaMed Working Group on Demersal Fishery Resources in the Adriatic Sea (WG-DEM) was held on 11-12 November 2015 Ljubljana, Slovenia kindly hosted by the Fisheries Research Institute of Slovenia.
All the Project participating institutions (from Albania, Croatia, Montenegro Italy and Slovenia) was attended the meeting. The WG-DEM was focused 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. During the WG, the results of the Study Groups on GSA 17 (North and Central Adriatic) and GSA18 (South Adriatic Sea) was presented and discussed.

28th September - 2nd October 2015. Kotor, Montenegro
AdriaMed Working Group on Small Pelagic Fisheries Resources

The AdriaMed Working Group on Small Pelagic Fisheries Resources was held from 28th September to 2nd October 2015 kindly hosted by the Institute of Marine Biology of Kotor, Montenegro. All the Project participating institutions (from Albania, Croatia, Montenegro Italy and Slovenia) was attended the meeting.
The meeting was organized in two sessions: working session (hands-on session to progress and finalize the stock assessment initiated in the WG-SP meeting in July 2015) and session 2 to review the research activities, programmes and activities carried out at Adriatic level, to identify and review the priorities and needs and to formulate proposal for future activities. The outcomes of the session 1 of the Working Group on Small Pelagic Fisheries Resources held in Split, Croatia, 14-16 July 2015, was presented and used as basis to finalize the stock assessment exercise initiated in Split.

14-16 July 2015. Split, Croatia
AdriaMed Working Group on Small Pelagic Fisheries Resources

The AdriaMed Working Group on Small Pelagic Fisheries Resources was held on 14-16 July 2015 kindly hosted by the Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries of Split (Croatia).
All the Project participating institutions (from Albania, Croatia, Montenegro Italy and Slovenia) attended the meeting. The meeting, a hands-on session, focused on the revision of the database on small pelagics in the Adriatic Sea. The revision work was done at national level: each country checked and consolidated a final dataset for both anchovy and sardine. All the revised national datasets were put together in the Adriatic dataset on small pelagics.

 ARCHIVE OF EVENTS >>
 

Italian ministry
of agriculture
food and forestry policies

Publications and relevants documents

GFCM and other FAO regional projects

GFCM ArtFiMed
CopeMed II EastMed
MedSudMed    

 

 

 

 

FAO AdriaMed Project - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Fisheries and Aquaculture Department
(room C353)  Viale delle Terme di Caracalla - 00153 Rome -Italy-
::: tel  +39 06 570 56092/55467 ::: fax +39 06 570 55188 - 

 

 

 

FAO-AdriaMed project. © FAO AdriaMed project - Web site. [online]. Rome. Updated. [Cited ].