Macrozooplankton trawl sampling. Photographer: Svanhildur Egilsdóttir, MFRI.

Outcomes of work package 6: Managing and assessing social, economic, and biological impacts and risks

Planned outcomes of the MEESO project's work package 6.

Scientific journal articles

  • Manuscript on the potential effect of mesopelagic fisheries on world markets and private and social costbenefit analysis
    Lead: Wageningen University
  • Manuscript on development and evaluation of management strategies for mesopelagic exploitation
    Lead: Technical University of Denmark
  • Manuscript on extreme outcomes of mesopelagic exploitation and their plausibility
    Lead: Wageningen University
  • Manuscript on the frames, perceptions, and values related to mesopelagic exploitation
    Lead: Wageningen University

Reports

  • Scientific report on current fisheries sector economics for selected fleet components in perspective of potential meso-pelagic resource exploitation
    Lead: Wageningen University
  • Results from fact finding interviews, focus group meetings and stakeholder analysis covering managers, industry, NGOs, general public and other relevant stakeholders
    Lead: Wageningen University together with Technical University of Denmark (work package 8)

  • Scientific report on economic perspectives, efficiency, projections for fleet components potentially exploiting mesopelagic resources, and the processing sector
    Lead: Technical University of Denmark (work package 8) together with Wageningen University

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

Databases

  • Data sets made available with standard design and format
    Lead: Wageningen University together with Technical University of Denmark (work package 8)

Courses/webinars

  • E-learning course/webinar on stock and system assessment and management strategy evaluation methods
    Lead: University of Strathclyde (work package 5)

  • E-learning course/webinar on use of decision support tools for management strategy evaluation on ecological, socio-economic & social sustainability
    Lead: Wageningen University

Workshops

  • Stakeholder meeting on selection of extreme outcomes to be evaluated by experts in task 6.2
    Lead: Wageningen University

  • Stakeholder meeting on objectives of concern among stakeholders identified, including their acceptable limits and possible additional measures
    Lead: Wageningen University

  • Stakeholder meeting to discuss initial management strategy evaluations
    Lead: Wageningen University

  • 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)

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

Advice

  • Report on input to national, regional, European and international advisory bodies
    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)


 

 

 

Contact

Work package 6 is led by Wageningen University, The Netherlands. 

Contact: Rolf Groeneveld, rolf.groeneveld@wur.nl 

https://www.meeso.org/outcomes/managing-assessing
8 MAY 2021