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European Fisheries stakeholders view Global Warming as a main Challenge to sustainably managing fisheries
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European Fisheries stakeholders view Global Warming as a main Challenge to sustainably managing fisheries

Fishing professionals are concerned with bycatch and protected fishing areas. Global warming is seen as a key difficulty in sustainably managing European fisheries in the future, according to a comprehensive survey conducted by the EU-funded EcoScope Project.

EcoScope allocated new section in Frontiers in Marine Science to publish project research
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EcoScope allocated new section in Frontiers in Marine Science to publish project research

The EU-funded EcoScope Project has been allocated a new Research Topic section within the leading academic journal Frontiers in Marine Science, to enable the project’s scientists to publish their research results. The Research Topic is also open to submissions to scientists outside the EcoScope Consortium.

Job Opportunities: Post-Doctoral Researcher and Ph.D Student in Marine Ecosystem Modelling, Thessaloniki, Greece
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Job Opportunities: Post-Doctoral Researcher and Ph.D Student in Marine Ecosystem Modelling, Thessaloniki, Greece

Two exciting job opportunities for a Post-Doctoral Researcher and a Ph.D student to join the EcoScope Team at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH), Thessaloniki, Greece.

EU Awards €7.92 Million to EcoScope to Promote Ecocentric Fisheries Management
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EU Awards €7.92 Million to EcoScope to Promote Ecocentric Fisheries Management

The project addresses ecosystem degradation and anthropogenic negative impact on fisheries in European seas. It aims to help restore the sustainability of fisheries and ensure food security and healthy seas balance.