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A video about the CERES project was recently featured on the Universität Hamburg website as part of the university’s centenary celebrations.read more
CERES scientists conducted standardised ensemble projections including six global fisheries and marine ecosystem models, forced with two Earth-system models and four emission scenarios in a fished and unfished ocean, to derive average trends and associated...read more
CERES Scientists Contribute Expertise to FAO Synthesis Report of Climate Change Impacts on Fisheries and Aquaculture
FAO Technical Paper 627 ‘Impacts of climate change on fisheries and aquaculture’ was released on July 10, 2018 during a side event of the FAO Committee on Fisheries 33rd Session in Rome. The 628-page report provides the most up-to-date information on the impacts of...read more
Projection of changes in productivity of pike-perch from Razim Lake under climate changes by VPA modelling
Photo: fishing in the Razim lake, by Ion Navodaru, INCDDD, CERES consortium Irina CERNIȘENCU and her colleagues from Danube Delta National Institute for Research (Institutul National de Cercetare-Dezvoltare Delta Dunarii , INCDDD), CERES Project partner have presented...read more
Photo: Aquaculture farm, by Ferit Rad, MEU, CERES Consortium European Commission has recently published two articles about CERES project. One was publish in the online Horizon Magazine “Europe must sea food in a new way thanks to warming waters” addressing aquaculture...read more
CERES partners and members of CERES Research Advisory Board are gearing up for an active role in the upcoming 4th Symposium on the Effects of Climate Change on the World’s Oceans hosted in Washington D.C. (check here) by International Council for the Exploration of...read more
The focus-group meeting for verification of Turkish Typical (Virtual) Sea bass and sea bream and rainbow trout farms data, was held in Ankara on 3rd May 2018 in collaboration with Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock-Directorate of Fisheries and Aquaculture....read more
by Myron Peck, scientific project coordinator CERES held its 2nd Annual Project Meeting in Olhão, Portugal in March where we discussed all of our recent research on the direct and indirect effects of climate change on Europe’s fish and shellfish and fisheries and...read more
Europe must sea food in a new way thanks to warming watersEurope is the fourth largest producer of fish in the world, according to Eurostat, with about 6.4 million tonnes of fish and shellfish caught or harvested by the European fisheries and aquaculture...read more
CERES and ClimeFish joined for a successful policy briefing on forecasting and anticipating effects of climate change on fisheries and aquaculture in the European Commission.read more
CERES scientists visited Irish salmon farms to collect data for the typical farm approach (and to have some fresh tasty salmon)!read more
CERES was part of the popular TV program of the Balearic Islands “People from the sea”.read more
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