The AMARE-MED 2019 advanced school on quantitative methods for ecosystem approach to fisheries application will be held at Istituto Veneto delle Scienze, Lettere ed Arti in Venice (Italy) from 1 to 6 July 2019.
The school will provide theoretical basis, working examples and hands-on computer exercises on FISHPATH, CEATTLE and Monte-Carlo methods (CMSY, AMSY) for application of ecosystem approach to fisheries management in data limited and data-rich situations.
The lecturers for this year's course are Dr. Natalie DOWLING from CSIRO (Australia), prof. André PUNT, Director School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences (University of Washington, Seattle, USA) and Dr. Gianpaolo CORO, CNR-ISTI (Italy).
30 applicants will be selected on the basis of experience, skills and demonstrated interest to the EAF. Applications must be made via the online registration form (link above).
In the framework of the FAIRSEA activities for increasing capacity building, selected candidates from the Italy-Croatia CBC Programme area (http://www.italy-croatia.eu/cooperation-area) will be supported by the FAIRSEA project. Moreover, the FAO - General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM) stands ready to support the participation of a number of selected applicants from the Black Sea and from non EU Mediterranean countries.
Further information can be found via the AMARE-MED website (link above).