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Past Events

The summer school will take place in Institute for Marine and Coastal Environment (IAMC-CNR) in Capo Granitola, Sicily (Italy)
Jul 10 2017
Jul 22 2017
Capo Granitola, Sicily
(IT)

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Fisheries Department Regional Projects, the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM) and the European Commission Joint Research Centre will run a Summer School in Quantitative Fisheries Stock Assessment from 10 – 22 July 2017, in the Institute for Marine and Coastal Environment (IAMC-CNR), Capo Granitola, Italy.

Jan 25 2016
Jan 25 2016
Brussels
(BE)

The  JRC and the European Academies' Science Advisory Council (EASAC) will hold a launch event of their joint rep

Aug 24 2015
Ispra
(IT)

The JRC is organising a training course on modelling in support of quantitative fisheries science and advice. 

JRC fisheries modelling experts will introduce about 20 students from all over Europe to the use of the open-source Fisheries Library in R (FLR), and the Assessment for All (a4a) modelling framework, a software tool developed under the lead of the JRC, in collaboration with other eminent international fisheries science institutions.

Aug 25 2014
Aug 29 2014
Ispra
(IT)

The JRC is organising a fisheries modelling training course in support of the EU capacity building in fisheries science

Mar 03 2014
Mar 06 2014
Rome
(IT)

The Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) in Rome will host the second international conference on the collection and interpretation of traditional and non-traditional fishery dependent data.

Comprehensive and reliable fisheries data and information is needed to provide sound scientific advice, feeding into fisheries management and policy frameworks in order to ensure sustainability in the fisheries sector and future profitable exploitation of fish stocks.

European Maritime Day 2010 logo European Maritime Day 2010
May 18 2010
May 21 2010
Gijón
(ES)

At the third edition of the European Maritime Day in Gijón ,Spain, scientists from the JRC's Institute for the Protection and Security of the Citizen (IPSC) will present the latest research developments for improved capabilities in maritime surveillance, with particular emphasis on information derived from satellite-based observations.