Maurolicus. Illustration: Douglas C. Speirs

Outcomes of work package 5: Estimating mesopelagic resources and their resilience

Planned outcomes of the MEESO project's work package 5.

Reports

  • Modelling workshop report
    Lead: University of Strathclyde

  • Report on initial demographic parameters
    Lead: Technical University of Denmark

  • Report on the outputs of the S6 assessment model
    Lead: Technical University of Denmark

  • Report on the outputs of the harvest strategies and climate change scenarios
    Lead: University of Strathclyde

  • Report on e-learning courses/webinars
    Lead: Technical University of Denmark (work package 8)

Courses/webinars

  • Stock and system assessment and management strategy evaluation methods
    Lead: University of Strathclyde

Demonstrations

  • Demonstration of innovative assessment models, advisory methods, and management evaluation tools
    Lead: Technical University of Denmark

Workshops

  • Workshop on modelling data requirements
    Lead: University of Strathclyde

  • Workshop on key demographic parameters
    Lead: University of Strathclyde


  • Workshop with work package 5, 6 and 7 
    Lead: World Maritime University (work package 7)

  • Regional stakeholder and full-feedback workshop on data, parameter, method, and results exchange and on sustainable fisheries, harvest strategies, and resilience of the system
    Lead: Technical University of Denmark (work package 8) together with University of Strathclyde

Advice

  • Input to national, regional, European and international advisory bodies
    Lead: Technical University of Denmark

  • Making data sets available and demonstration of innovative assessment models, advisory methods, and management evaluation tools
    Lead: Technical University of Denmark

Public outreach

  • The MEESO project will publish news on the meeso.org website and make regular press releases etc. 
    Lead: Technical University of Denmark (work package 8)

 

 

Contact

Work package 5 is led by University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom.

Contact: Douglas C. Speirs, d.c.speirs@strath.ac.uk

https://www.meeso.org/outcomes/estimating-resources
8 MAY 2021