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Maximizing marine omega-3 retention in farmed fish: sustainable production of healthy food
ID: 285856
Start date: 2012-01-01, End date: 2015-12-31
Reduce the fish oil inclusion level in aquaculture feeds while maintaining high levels of marine omega 3 fatty acids (EPA and DHA) in fish products to meet consumer expectations is a major problem of modern aquaculture. Both of these conditions reflect the necessity to examin...
Programme: FP7-PEOPLE
Record Number: 101602
Last updated on: 2017-11-20
CACHE: CAlcium in a CHanging Environment
ID: 605051
Start date: 2013-11-01, End date: 2017-10-31
Anthropogenic driven climate change is a global problem that will increasingly affect our world and It is essential that we train our future scientists in multidisciplinary approaches to enable them to tackle such complex problems. This ITN examines environmental calcium mobi...
Programme: FP7-PEOPLE
Record Number: 109120
Last updated on: 2017-08-27
Towards an Ecosystem-based Approach of Marine Resources: Linking BIOodiversity, Food WEBs, Ecosystem Services and Drivers
ID: 303534
Start date: 2012-06-01, End date: 2016-05-31
Marine ecosystems have been and are subjected to various anthropogenic and environmental disturbances since historic times, which are cumulative and sometimes can act synergistically, additively or antagonistically. These are human activities such as fishing, pollution, eutro...
Programme: FP7-PEOPLE
Record Number: 103803
Last updated on: 2017-05-22
Pace of life syndromes in fish: harvesting effects and the role of marine reserves
ID: 625852
Start date: 2014-05-01, End date: 2016-04-30
The consistency of individual variation in behavioural traits over different functional contexts is now largely recognized and it has been termed personality. Fish personality can result from adaptive processes involving life-history trade-offs or physiological constraints, a...
Programme: FP7-PEOPLE
Record Number: 188220
Last updated on: 2016-11-14
Implementation of a multispecies model GADGET to the ecosystem of Flemish Cap and incorporation to the fisheries stock assessment of NAFO; a case study
ID: 331004
Start date: 2014-01-13, End date: 2016-01-12
Most of the worldwide marine fish resources are fully exploited or overexploited. There is a general consensus to change fisheries management toward a multispecies approach that considers species interactions and don´t overestimate stock-biomass per recruit, as it occurs with...
Programme: FP7-PEOPLE
Record Number: 110232
Last updated on: 2016-07-25
The role of the behavioural interactions between fish and fishers on fisheries sustainability
ID: 327160
Start date: 2014-01-01, End date: 2015-12-31
Overexploitation of world’s largest fisheries has been ascribed to a poor understanding of the dynamics of fishers. However, disentangling the basis of fisher behaviour is not trivial and demands sophisticated social-ecological approaches. Because fishing can be considered an...
Programme: FP7-PEOPLE
Record Number: 109093
Last updated on: 2016-04-12
Invetigating the link between sub-littoral algae habitats and fish communities in the Mediterranean Sea
ID: 299552
Start date: 2013-06-01, End date: 2015-05-31
Despite the obvious importance of marcoalgae in oligotrophic seas as primary producers their role in sustaining biodiversity and secondary production has thus far only received limited attention. Most research effort to date has been concentrated on shallow water species, in ...
Programme: FP7-PEOPLE
Record Number: 104077
Last updated on: 2016-03-30
List retrieved on: 2018-04-21
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