Horizon 2020 project FarFish has invited EuroSea to collaborate on a UNESCO GRÓ Fisheries Training Programme workshop, from 29 September to 1 October 2021.
The Fisheries Training Programme under the auspices of UNESCO is part of the GRÓ International Centre for Capacity Development – Sustainable Use of Natural Resources and Societal Change, Iceland. Among the core activities of the programme is an annual six-month training programme in Iceland which aims to strengthen the professional capacity of GRÓ-FTP Fellows from more than 60 partner countries.
In this year’s programme, the FarFish project is organising a workshop about the use of data-limited methods in stock assessment including a tutorial for the use of the FarFish-DLMtool, one of the tools provided by the FarFish project. The workshop will include a seminar by EuroSea on the use of the products available in Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service (CMEMS) for fisheries management.
Registration and further information are available here.