but also by managers, decision makers. The International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ices) Annual Science Conference 2018 will take place from the 24-27 September 2018 in Hamburg, Germany. This discussion is needed since societal concerns often focus on potential impacts on the marine environment, thus acting as something of an impediment to further expansion of aquaculture. Socially acceptable sustainability criteria for marine aquaculture that could underpin an ecosystem approach have not yet found consensus. Theme Session O - Working toward an ecosystem approach to North Atlantic marine aquaculture ) on sustainable aquaculture during this years' Annual Science Conference hosted by the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ices).
You can find a link to the certificate of payment and participation on your registration receipt, which you received via e-mail when you registered for the conference. Cookie Use and, data Transfer outside the. Last week's course, led by Coby Needle (Marine Scotland Colin Millar, David Miller and Arni Magnussen (all from ices Secretariat was aimed at both new stock assessment scientists just starting in this role, and others who were interested in learning about the background to and. We look forward to seeing the participants in future stock assessment and fisheries management meetings!
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Ices Annual Science Conference September 2018, university of Hamburg, edmund-Siemers-Allee. Wir verwenden Cookies, um Inhalte zu personalisieren, Werbeanzeigen maßzuschneidern und zu messen sowie die Sicherheit unserer Nutzer zu erhöhen. Sarah is a former MSP erasmus Intern at Nordregio and has recently successfully defended her Master Thesis with a refined version of the framework. Applicants are particularly encouraged to propose new formats for their sessions. Notably, Nordregio has participated in Baltic MSP development through the project. Pan Baltic scope work by Nordregio in the Land-Sea Interaction Work Package is present through an oral presentation of Sarah Mahadeo, Helena Calado and Andrea Morf on a framework to analyse Land Sea Interactions in MSP. The session also invites reflections on marine planning at a meta-level, considering its nature and where and how it needs to be broadened for a more sustainable governance of the seas.