24-25 May 2018. Torre a Mare
(BA), Italy AdriaMed Study Group on on intercalibration of fish otolith reading
(Mullus barbatus and Solea solea)
The AdriaMed Study Group on intercalibration of fish otolith reading (SG-OTH-DEM) will be kindly hosted by the COISPA Tecnologia & Ricerca – Stazione Sperimentale per lo Studio delle Risorse del Mare,...
The meeting will be divided into two sessions: one devoted to red mullet (Mullus barbatus) and one to common sole (Solea solea). The methods, ageing criteria and ageing scheme adopted by the various laboratories/institutions will be revised. A roadmap for otoliths exchange of
Mullus barbatus and Solea solea in the Adriatic Sea will be proposed, agreed on and launched.
22-23 March 2018, FAO-HQs, Italy AdriaMed meeting in support of fisheries Management Strategy Evaluation (MSE)
The AdriaMed technical meeting towards the development of management measures (MSE) in the Adriatic Sea was held at FAO HQ, Rome, 22-23 March 2018. Fisheries scientists, national administrations and...
representatives of fishers involved in small pelagic fisheries in the Adriatic Sea participated in the meeting. The overall objective of the meeting is to foster the discussion on possible management scenario and harvest control rules to be tested by Management Strategies Evaluation (MSE) models within the framework of the GFCM management plan on small pelagics in the Adriatic Sea (GFCM Rec. 37/2013/1; 38/2014/1;39/2015/1 and GFCM/40/2016/3).
REGISTER NOW SUMMER SCHOOL
A learning opportunity promoted by the FAO Fisheries Department Regional Projects, GFCM and the European Commission Joint Research Center to keep scientist up to date with new methods and tools for the assessment of stocks.
The summer school will run from 9 – 21 July 2018 and take place in Institute for Marine and Coastal Environment (IAMC-CNR) in Capo Granitola, Sicily (Italy). The school is intended for fisheries scientists engaged in stock assessment within fisheries departments, research institutes and non-governmental organizations in the Mediterranean and Black Sea, as well as to young scientists seeking specialization in applied quantitative methods for natural resources management.