Marine Institute, Ireland

About

Logo of Marine Institute, Ireland The Marine Institute (MI) is the national agency for marine research and development in Ireland. The Institute has a broad marine remit and is engaged in R&D on a diverse range of areas incl. marine transport, oceanography, fisheries, aquaculture, environment, research vessel operations, climate change and seabed mapping. Fisheries Ecosystem Advisory Services (FEAS) research, assess and advise on the sustainable exploitation of the marine fisheries resources in the waters around Ireland. 

Website: marine.ie

Lead role in MEESO

The Marine Institute co-leads work package 4: Mapping of mesopelagic resources.

People involved in MEESO


Professor David G. Reid

Role in MEESO: Field monitoring programme. Co-leader of work package 4 and contributes to task 2.4, task 3.1, task 5.1, task 8.1 and task 8.4
E-mail: david.reid@marine.ie
Profile on Research Gate

Dr Alina Madita Wieczorek

Role in MEESO: Field monitoring programme and mapping of mesopelagic resources. Contributes to work package 4 and to task 2.4, task 3.1, task 5.1, task 8.1 and task 8.4
E-mail: alina.wieczorek@marine.ie
Profile on Research Gate 

Mr Ciaran O’Donnell

Role in MEESO: Field monitoring programme. Contributes to tasks 1.2, 3.1 and 4.1 and work package 2
E-mail: ciaran.odonnell@marine.ie
Profile on Research Gate 

 

 

https://www.meeso.org/About/Partners/MI-IE
22 SEPTEMBER 2021