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Exploring challenges and opportunities
Decision-makers and policy developers from governments and intergovernmental organizations that request ICES advice, along with Advisory Council representatives and stakeholders gain unique insight to ICES advice.
New Year, new leaders
Our four new steering group chairs share their vision for their groups.
Getting our tentacles into cephalopod fisheries
Recent papers review the life history and ecology of European cephalopods and investigate the management and socioeconomic importance of the common octopus in Europe.
Scripted by TAF
Simpler, less time consuming, and higher quality - workshop explores the reporting process for ICES expert groups with a special focus on stock assessment groups.
ICES and UK sign a Memorandum of Understanding
ICES will provide scientific advice to the government of the United Kingdom on fishing opportunities, including information on the state of marine ecosystems and the impact of human activities.
Call for co-sponsorship of 2022 and 2023 symposia
ICES is looking for proposals for symposia co-sponsorship for 2022 and 2023. Proposal deadline: 1 February 2021
Protecting vulnerable marine ecosystems in deep-sea waters
ICES releases advice on areas where vulnerable marine ecosystems are known to occur or are likely to occur in European deep-sea fishing areas.
IJMS Editor's Choice - Best environmental practices for deep-sea mining: are we there yet?
The latest Editor’s Choice article from ICES Journal of Marine Science is now available. Here, a study investigates Ecosystem-based Management principles in deep seabed mining.
IJMS Editor's Choice - A novel genetic analysis reveal spatial mismatch between management and biological units of haddock
The latest Editor’s Choice article from the ICES Journal of Marine Science is now available. Here, researchers measure genetic variability of haddock among fishing grounds across the North Atlantic and into the Arctic and Barents Sea.
North Atlantic atmosphere highlights 2019
Climatic conditions in the North Atlantic for 2019 presented by the Working Group on Oceanographic Hydrography in ICES Report on Ocean Climate.
New Fisheries Overview for the Oceanic Northeast Atlantic
ICES extends its Fisheries Overview portfolio.
A new framework for ICES advice
ICES develops ten guiding principles to support ecosystem-based management advice.
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