46 Works

SEAwise Report on scoping workshops

Anna Rindorf, Elliot John Brown, Jochen Depestele, Dimitris Damalas, Søren Qvist Eliasen, Dorleta Garcia, Alexander Kempf, Marloes Kraan, David Reid, Marie Savina-Rolland, Maria Teresa Spedicato, Marc Taylor, Celia Vassilopoulou & Nis Sand Jacobsen
The SEAwise stakeholder integration aims to ensure that the key issues of relevance, current ecosystem status, potential management measures are identified and prioritised for further evaluation in the project and hence that the end results are relevant to the end users. This deliverable report describes the approach taken to identify the stakeholder community, stakeholder interests and responsibility and subsequently establish ecological and social system priorities. The SEAwise consultations in the first half year of the...

SEAwise Data Management Plan

Anna Rindorf, Isabella Bitetto, Elliot John Brown, Dimitris Damalas, Søren Eliasen, Katia Frangoudes, Alexander Kempf, Marloes Kraan, Ellen Pecceu, David Reid, Marie Savina-Rolland, Elle Sibthorpe, Maria Teresa Spedicato, Marc Taylor & Nis Sand Jacobsen
This report describes the data procedures and guidelines of the SEAwise project with the aim to increase the awareness about the data collected, processed and stored in the project, to ensure that all relevant data collected and used in the project is available in a well-documented, discoverable, standardised and easily accessible form, to give information on data quality and sampling protocols and, to clearly state the usage rights on the different data and to ensure...

SEAwise Data Management Plan

Anna Rindorf, Isabella Bitetto, Elliot John Brown, Dimitris Damalas, Søren Eliasen, Katia Frangoudes, Alexander Kempf, Marloes Kraan, Ellen Pecceu, David Reid, Marie Savina-Rolland, Elle Sibthorpe, Maria Teresa Spedicato, Marc Taylor & Nis Sand Jacobsen
This report describes the data procedures and guidelines of the SEAwise project with the aim to increase the awareness about the data collected, processed and stored in the project, to ensure that all relevant data collected and used in the project is available in a well-documented, discoverable, standardised and easily accessible form, to give information on data quality and sampling protocols and, to clearly state the usage rights on the different data and to ensure...

Preliminary cruise report: Acoustic assessment of the Iceland-East Greenland-Jan Mayen capelin stock in autumn 2022 (Ad hoc)

Sigurður Þór Jónsson, Lars Heilmann, Sigurvin Bjarnason, Kristinn Guðnason & Teunis Jansen
The main objective of the survey was acoustic assessment of the capelin stock in the Iceland, East Greenland and Jan Mayen area, measuring mature and immature stock components at age 1 and older. The survey was conducted on a r/v Tarajoq on 27 August– 20 September and r/v Árni Friðriksson on 5–26 September on behalf of GINR and MFRI, respectively. The stock estimate was based on combined acoustic and trawl data from both vessels. Figure...

Feeding and condition of juvenile cod (Gadus morhua): Combining experimental and field data

Helge Paulsen
Feeding rhythm and nutritional status of juvenile cod has been investigated using mesocosm, laboratory and field samples of fish of comparable size (6-10cm) and temperature conditions (13-14°C). Results from the mesocosm showed an exponential stomach evacuation and a feeding rhythm with two non-feeding periods (noon to late afternoon and midnight to morning). Field samples taken over a 24hour period in Skagerrak (1995 and 1996) showed higher variation in stomach content weight than the mesocosm samples,...

SHY-001-Instron-8521

SEAwise Report on review guidelines

Elliot John Brown, Dimitrios Damalas, Marie Savina-Rolland, Angelos Plataniotis, Irida Maina, Maria Pantazi, Sebastian Uhlmann, Esther Beukhof, Stefanos Kavadas, Phoebe Koundouri, Dorleta Garcia, Isabella Bitetto, Anna Rindorf, David Reid & Gerjan Piet
This deliverable report provides the framework, guidelines, and specific instructions for systematic reviews to be undertaken with SEAwise. The report also includes pre-registered review protocols for five key systematic reviews focussing on the social effects of and on fishing, ecological effects on fisheries yield, ecological effects of fisheries, spatial management impacts, and evaluation of management strategies. The results of these reviews are reported in subsequent x.1 deliverable reports and will provide a synthesis of foundational...

SEAwise Report on key drivers and impacts of changes in spatial distribution of fisheries and fished stocks

Dimitris Damalas, Elliot John Brown, Francois Bastardie, Anna Rindorf, Nis Sand Jacobsen, Marie Savina-Rolland, Mathieu Woillez, Youen Vermard, Guillem Chust, Josu Paradinas, Dorleta Garcia, Sebastian Uhlmann, Louise Vaughan, David Reid, Walter Zupa, Andrea Pierucci, Maria Teresa Spedicato, Celia Vassilopoulou, Maren Brodersen, Nikolaos Fotiadis, Irida Maina, Nikolaus Probst, Jonas Letschert, Prince Bonsu, Alexander Kempf … & Jan Jaap Poos
An ecosystem approach to fisheries management requires the consideration of spatially explicit management measures and other impacts on species and the links between the distribution of fished species, their surrounding environment and productivity. Quantification of the spatial aspects of fisheries and ecology of commercially fished stocks may improve the accuracy of the predicted changes in fish productivity, fisheries yield and costs, benefits and selectivity. To provide a knowledge base for spatially explicit considerations, SEAwise consulted...

SEAwise Report on requirements for transparency and quality control

Sarah Millar, Nis Sand Jacobsen, Anna Rindorf & Marc Taylor
This report describes the common protocol for producing openly-available, quality assuring data and methods used in SEAwise. SEAwise data and methods are all data collected, processed, used or stored in connection with the SEAwise project. Making quality assured data openly available is a key priority in SEAwise in accordance with the FAIR principles: Ensuring that data are findable, openly accessible, interoperable and available for increased re-use. The processes in place to ensure this are described...

SEAwise Report on key drivers and impacts of changes in spatial distribution of fisheries and fished stocks

Dimitris Damalas, Elliot John Brown, Francois Bastardie, Anna Rindorf, Nis Sand Jacobsen, Marie Savina-Rolland, Mathieu Woillez, Youen Vermard, Guillem Chust, Josu Paradinas, Dorleta Garcia, Sebastian Uhlmann, Louise Vaughan, David Reid, Walter Zupa, Andrea Pierucci, Maria Teresa Spedicato, Celia Vassilopoulou, Maren Brodersen, Nikolaos Fotiadis, Irida Maina, Nikolaus Probst, Jonas Letschert, Prince Bonsu, Alexander Kempf … & Jan Jaap Poos
An ecosystem approach to fisheries management requires the consideration of spatially explicit management measures and other impacts on species and the links between the distribution of fished species, their surrounding environment and productivity. Quantification of the spatial aspects of fisheries and ecology of commercially fished stocks may improve the accuracy of the predicted changes in fish productivity, fisheries yield and costs, benefits and selectivity. To provide a knowledge base for spatially explicit considerations, SEAwise consulted...

SEAwise Report on requirements for transparency and quality control

Sarah Millar, Nis Sand Jacobsen, Anna Rindorf & Marc Taylor
This report describes the common protocol for producing openly-available, quality assuring data and methods used in SEAwise. SEAwise data and methods are all data collected, processed, used or stored in connection with the SEAwise project. Making quality assured data openly available is a key priority in SEAwise in accordance with the FAIR principles: Ensuring that data are findable, openly accessible, interoperable and available for increased re-use. The processes in place to ensure this are described...

SEAwise Report on the key social and economic aspects of regional fisheries

Angelos Plataniotis, Anna Rindorf, Phoebe Koundouri, Artemis Stratopoulou, Nis Sand Jacobsen, Elliot John Brown, Francois Bastardie, Marie Savina-Rolland, Sonia Sánchez-Maroño, Marga Andrés, Dorleta Garcia, Sebastian Uhlmann, David Reid, Giovanni Romagnoni, Maria Teresa Spedicato, Giuseppe Lembo, Isabella Bitetto, Angelos Liontakis, Celia Vassilopoulou, Nadia Papadopoulou, Marc Taylor, Alexander Kempf, Vanessa Stelzenmüller, Jochen Depestele, Katell Hamon … & Logan Binch
Fishing is a human activity with various social and economic implications. In most countries, those implications are key factors to consider when deciding on specific management strategies. In this report, the fisheries management strategies implemented in the different European marine regions are reviewed, and relevant indicators, models and tools that can be used to predict the effectiveness of these strategies, from a social and economic point of view are identified. The objective was to identify...

SEAwise Report on performance of existing management plans

Gerjan Piet, Anna Rindorf, Maria Teresa Spedicato, J. (Jochen) Depestele, Alexander Kempf, Leire Ibaibarriaga, Marloes Kraan, Elliot John Brown & Dorleta Garcia
The SEAwise project works to deliver a fully operational tool that will allow fishers, managers, and policy makers to easily apply Ecosystem Based Fisheries Management (EBFM) in their fisheries. This SEAwise report evaluates the current state of affairs on ecosystem based fisheries management, including an overview of regional fisheries management measures in place and an evaluation of its effectiveness in terms of its achievement of policy objectives. The evaluation considers a selection of objectives representing...

Synthesis of ProByFish modelling approach and the effect of TACs for target species on bycatch species

Marc Taylor, Dorleta Garcia, David Reid, Alexander Kempf, Paul Bouch & Anna Rindorf
The ProByFish study was initiated to assist in the development of methods to evaluate the impact of different fisheries management options on the objectives of the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP). The study developed robust methods to a) define target and bycatch species and b) to divide the bycatch species into valuable and collateral bycatch species, the first generally retained on board and landed and the latter generally discarded. The classification of a species depended on...

Preliminary cruise report: Acoustic assessment of the Iceland-East Greenland-Jan Mayen capelin stock in autumn 2022 (Ad hoc)

Sigurður Þór Jónsson, Lars Heilmann, Sigurvin Bjarnason, Kristinn Guðnason & Teunis Jansen
The main objective of the survey was acoustic assessment of the capelin stock in the Iceland, East Greenland and Jan Mayen area, measuring mature and immature stock components at age 1 and older. The survey was conducted on a r/v Tarajoq on 27 August– 20 September and r/v Árni Friðriksson on 5–26 September on behalf of GINR and MFRI, respectively. The stock estimate was based on combined acoustic and trawl data from both vessels. Figure...

SEAwise Report on communications strategy and activities, September 2022

Elle Sibthorpe, Sara Mynott & Anna Rindorf
This report summarises the key activities in SEAwise on Communications and Outreach from March 2022 – September 2022.
The critical activities undertaken during this period include updates to the project website, drafting of public syntheses to share research results with broad audiences, social media management, establishment and drafting of a public-facing blog, and the creation of a monthly project newsletter. All activities have been crafted in line with the objectives and agreed methods of...

Deliverable 8.3. Data Management Plan

Ana Teresa Macas Lima
The report describes the data management plan for the project CO2NSTRUCT.

SEAwise Report on the key species and habitats impacted by fishing

Esther Beukhof, Gerjan Piet, Sebastian Uhlmann, Elliot John Brown, Amaia Astarloa, Gert Van Hoey, Christopher Lynam, Maria Teresa Spedicato, Karin Johanna Van der Reijden, Grete E. Dinesen, Ole Ritzau Eigaard, Raphael Girardin, Ghassen Halouani, Oihane C. Basurko, Miren Altuna, Dorleta Garcia, Giovanni Romagnoni, Pierluigi Carbonara, Chris Smith, Nadia Papadopoulou, Konstantinos Tsagarakis, Eugenia Lefkaditou, Katerina Anastasopoulou, Archontia Chatzispyrou, Alexander Kempf … & Anna Rindorf
The implementation of ecosystem-based fisheries management requires knowledge on the ecological impact of fishing activities on species and their habitats – those both targeted and not targeted by fisheries. To identify which ecological impacts are key and what is known about them, SEAwise consulted stakeholders through European Advisory Councils and conducted a systematic review of the scientific literature to map the available knowledge and evidence. Specific reference was given to the bycatch of Protected, Endangered...

SEAwise Report on the key species and habitats impacted by fishing

Esther Beukhof, Gerjan Piet, Sebastian Uhlmann, Elliot John Brown, Amaia Astarloa, Gert Van Hoey, Christopher Lynam, Maria Teresa Spedicato, Karin Johanna Van der Reijden, Grete E. Dinesen, Ole Ritzau Eigaard, Raphael Girardin, Ghassen Halouani, Oihane C. Basurko, Miren Altuna, Dorleta Garcia, Giovanni Romagnoni, Pierluigi Carbonara, Chris Smith, Nadia Papadopoulou, Konstantinos Tsagarakis, Eugenia Lefkaditou, Katerina Anastasopoulou, Archontia Chatzispyrou, Alexander Kempf … & Anna Rindorf
The implementation of ecosystem-based fisheries management requires knowledge on the ecological impact of fishing activities on species and their habitats – those both targeted and not targeted by fisheries. To identify which ecological impacts are key and what is known about them, SEAwise consulted stakeholders through European Advisory Councils and conducted a systematic review of the scientific literature to map the available knowledge and evidence. Specific reference was given to the bycatch of Protected, Endangered...

SEAwise Report on scoping workshops

Anna Rindorf, Elliot John Brown, Jochen Depestele, Dimitris Damalas, Søren Qvist Eliasen, Dorleta Garcia, Alexander Kempf, Marloes Kraan, David Reid, Marie Savina-Rolland, Maria Teresa Spedicato, Marc Taylor, Celia Vassilopoulou & Nis Sand Jacobsen
The SEAwise stakeholder integration aims to ensure that the key issues of relevance, current ecosystem status, potential management measures are identified and prioritised for further evaluation in the project and hence that the end results are relevant to the end users. This deliverable report describes the approach taken to identify the stakeholder community, stakeholder interests and responsibility and subsequently establish ecological and social system priorities. The SEAwise consultations in the first half year of the...

Report of the Blue Whiting Otolith Ageing Workshop

Lotte Worsøe Clausen, Gavin Power, Nikolay Timoshenko & Øivind Tangen
The objectives of the workshop were manifold; apart from the overall goal of securing consistency in age estimation of blue whiting; updating and assembling age readers from all national laboratories handling blue whiting from the North Atlantic to exchanged views on methods and experiences was among the objectives. This had not been done for more than a decade among the participating laboratories. The aim of these exchanges was to create the basis for a manual...

SEAwise Report on fisher behaviour submodels

Marloes Kraan, Isabella Bitetto, Manuel Bellanger, Elliot John Brown, J. (Jochen) Depestele, Katia Frangoudes, Katell Hamon, Troels Hegland, Sigrid Lehuta, Jonas Letschert, Angelos Liontakis, Tania Mendo, Angela Muench, Simon Northridge, Ellen Pecceu & Anna Rindorf
The SEAwise project works to deliver a fully operational tool that will allow fishers, managers, and policy makers to easily apply Ecosystem Based Fisheries Management (EBFM) in their own fisheries. One of the key uncertainties in fisheries science and management can be linked to (our understanding of) fishers behaviour. In this report we describe the project efforts to better understand fishers behaviour by assessing literature, interviews and data to advance towards a better representation of...

SEAwise Report on the key drivers of stock productivity and future environmental scenarios

Marie Savina-Rolland, Anna Rindorf, Elliot John Brown, Stefan Neuenfeldt, Mikael van Deurs, Perluigi Carbonara, Maria Teresa Spedicato, Andrea Pierrucci, Guillem Chust, Dorleta Garcia, Leire Ibaibarriaga, Fernando González Taboada, Jochen Depestele, Klaas Sys, Lies Vansteenbrugge, Heli Einberg, Henn Ojaveer, Jenni Fincham, Raphael Girardin, Ghassen Halouani, Christophe Lebigre, Catherine Munschy, Pierre Petitgas, Mathieu Woillez, Jose-Luise Zambonino … & Rüdiger Voss
An ecosystem approach to fisheries management requires the consideration of commercial species as components of an ecosystem and the acknowledgement of the links between their productivity and the surrounding environment. To provide a knowledge base for such links, SEAwise consulted stakeholders throughout Europe and conducted a systematic review of the scientific literature. The systematic review resulted in 2050 articles from the literature search that were screened for their tile and abstract. 516 of them were...

SEAwise Report on communications strategy and activities, September 2022

Elle Sibthorpe, Sara Mynott & Anna Rindorf
This report summarises the key activities in SEAwise on Communications and Outreach from March 2022 – September 2022.
The critical activities undertaken during this period include updates to the project website, drafting of public syntheses to share research results with broad audiences, social media management, establishment and drafting of a public-facing blog, and the creation of a monthly project newsletter. All activities have been crafted in line with the objectives and agreed methods of...

SEAwise Report on fisher behaviour submodels

Marloes Kraan, Isabella Bitetto, Manuel Bellanger, Elliot John Brown, J. (Jochen) Depestele, Katia Frangoudes, Katell Hamon, Troels Hegland, Sigrid Lehuta, Jonas Letschert, Angelos Liontakis, Tania Mendo, Angela Muench, Simon Northridge, Ellen Pecceu & Anna Rindorf
The SEAwise project works to deliver a fully operational tool that will allow fishers, managers, and policy makers to easily apply Ecosystem Based Fisheries Management (EBFM) in their own fisheries. One of the key uncertainties in fisheries science and management can be linked to (our understanding of) fishers behaviour. In this report we describe the project efforts to better understand fishers behaviour by assessing literature, interviews and data to advance towards a better representation of...

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