Advancing Ecosystem Based Fisheries Management

MareFrame publications in Fisheries Research Special Issue: Advancing Ecosystem Based Fisheries Management Edited by Gunnar Stefansson, Javier Ruiz, Sveinn Agnarsson, Ingrid van Putten Implementing the ecosystem based approach for fisheries management requires the development and use of innovative tools and processes. The importance of the EBFM has been highlighted worldwide by EU, FAO, ICES, NOAA,

May 22nd, 2019|

Workshop Tools for Ecosystem Based Management – MareFrame results presented

In connection to the 4th World Conference on Marine Biodiversity 13-16 May, held in Montreal, CA, a Workshop on Ecosystem Based Management will be held. Dr. Anna Kristin Danielsdottir from Matís, the coordinator of the newly concluded FP7 project MareFrame, Co-creating Ecosystem-based Fisheries Management Solutions, is invited to participate in this important event. This event is

May 9th, 2018|

MareFrame Portfolio – a fun way to review our four years!

The MareFrame Portfolio is out! We decided to pull into a one publication everything (well not everything but most things) we have published in the last four years! We hope you enjoy it! MareFrame Portfolio

April 18th, 2018|

Posters from the MareFrame final meeting are now available

1. Is the ecosystem based fisheries management a reality in the Bay of Biscay? Analyzing the effects of the implementation of the landing obligation at an ecosystem level. Andonegi et al. 2. Benchmarking the ability of different stock-assessment models to capture the highly-fluctuating dynamics of small pelagics. Corti et al. 3. Taking a data challenged

March 6th, 2018|

MareFrame project has ended – what have we learned?

The MareFrame project was initiated in order to facilitate increased implementation of Ecosystem-based Approach to Fisheries Management (EAFM) in Europe. The importance of such an approach has been highlighted by many experts in the field of fisheries management, i.e. moving from single-species to multispecies ecosystem approaches when considering management decisions and potential socio-economic impacts. To

March 5th, 2018|

Presentations from the MareFrame final meeting are now available

The MareFrame final meeting took place December 12-14. The meeting was a huge success as over 130 stakeholders of all types from 33 countries attended the three-day event. Most of the presentations are now available (link below) on the MareFrame web page. Additionally, large portion of December 13, the Policy Day, was broadcasted live via

January 9th, 2018|

Final MareFrame meeting

Today was the last day of the final MareFrame meeting. Very good presentations have been given and very useful data. All the presentations will be available as soon as possible. Please contact us for any inquiries at  

December 14th, 2017|

Case Study Fact Sheets

The MareFrame project is coming to and end after four years of productivity. We have recently published our Case Study fact sheets, summary about all of the eight case studies that have been ongoing during the project. The fact sheets can be found at:

December 13th, 2017|

Over 120 people are registered for the MareFrame final meeting! Don’t miss out!

The MareFrame final meeting will take place December 13 and 14 in Brussel. The program is looking really good. Program for 13 and 14 December 2017 Please make sure you do not miss this event. The event will take place in Brussels, at the Comics Art Museum – Brussels, Rue des Sables 20, 1000 Brussels. Why

December 5th, 2017|

Successful Webinar hosted by Syntesa

Last Tuesday, a very successful webinar was hosted by Syntesa as part of the MareFrame project results. This was a one hour webinar on the Socio-Economic Impact Assessment of Management Scenarios within the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management. The webinar was a huge success as over 30 people took part in one form or another.

November 29th, 2017|