1st Avanced school on Multispecies modelling Approaches for ecosystem based marine REsource management in the MEDiterranean Sea (AMARE-MED 2017)

Dear Colleagues,

The deadline to apply to AMARE-MED 2017 is approaching (30 April 2017)!

The 1st Avanced school on Multispecies modelling Approaches for ecosystem based marine REsource management in the MEDiterranean Sea (AMARE-MED 2017)
will be held in Torretta Granitola (Sicily) at the Unit of Capo Granitola of the Institute for Marine and Coastal Environment (IAMC-CNR), Italy, from 30 July to 5 August 2017.

The school is intended for scientists (PhD students, post-docs, researchers, etc.) working in the field of fishery ecology in research institutes, NGOs and Universities, as well as for policy-makers and stakeholders (e.g. from regional fisheries management organizations and advisory councils) representing the fisheries sector or involved in fisheries management and stock assessment.

WHAT:  Models of Intermediate Complexity for Ecosystem assessments (MICE);
Globally applicable Area Disaggregated General Ecosystem Toolbox (GADGET).

WHO:
Andrè Punt (School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington – USA)
Valerio Bartolino (Institute of Marine Research, University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Aquatic Resources,Lysekil – Sweden).

All information regarding the school and application can be found in AMARE-MED website: http://echo.inogs.it/amare-med/

Application deadline: 30 April 2017.

Looking forward to seeing you in Torretta Granitola.

AMARE-MED organizers

  • Simone Libralato, OGS, Italy
  • Angelo Bonanno, CNR-IAMC, Italy
  • Piera Carpi, CEFAS, UK
  • Francesco Colloca, CNR-IAMC, Italy
  • Tomaso Fortibuoni, OGS, Italy
  • Elisabetta B. Morello, Italy
  • Saša Raicevich, ISPRA, Italy
  • Giuseppe Scarcella, CNR-ISMAR, Italy
  • Cosimo Solidoro, OGS, Italy
  • Fabio Fiorentino, CNR-IAMC, Italy