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Tackling consent and impacts of offshore energy
Marine renewable energy group members involved in RiCORE project, looking at risk-based approaches to assessing the environmental impact of renewable energy installations.
ICES Secretariat closed for holidays
Our Secretariat will be closed between 13–17 April for holidays.
New Icelandic and Norwegian ecosystem overviews published
Two new ecosystem overviews for the Norwegian Sea and Icelandic Waters ecoregions released today.
Wideband echosounder evaluated in new report
Results and recommendations on use of updated echosounder model feature in new Cooperative Research Report (CRR).
Substantial changes in fish distribution identified by ICES
Advice, published today, describes shifts in distribution of 16 species of fish, with half of these occurring in relation to management areas.
Climate impacts on upwelling and the planktonic prey of anchovy and sardine in eastern boundary currents
Yesterday's general plenary at the International Symposium on Drivers of dynamics of small pelagic fish resources included Ryan Rykaczewski's talk about climate impacts on upwelling systems.
Alien species alert
New Cooperative Research Report (CRR) focusses on Didemnum vexillum Kott (2002), a high-impact, invasive sea squirt species native to Japan.
ICES/PICES International Symposium Drivers of dynamics of small pelagic fish resources: Shoshiro Minobe
Taking place this week, 6–11 March in Victoria Canada, its general plenary saw Minobe discussing strategies of marine ecosystem forecasting associated with physical climate variability.
FEATURE ARTICLE - Predicting ecosystems for managing a dynamic ocean
With a new ICES working group on the subject around the corner, the first feature article of 2017 describes the emerging area of forecasting for marine ecosystems and what these projections can mean for management.
The fresh faces of science and advice
Lotte Worsøe Clausen and Simon Jennings arrive at ICES headquarters after their journeys through study and research and onto the paths of advice and science.
Realigning the aquaculture approach
A recent meeting saw ICES pledge to reinvigorate its work with aquaculture. We look at some of the key challenges in this field and various research priorities across the ICES area.
Nominations open for 2017 Awards
The time has come to nominate your fellow scientists whose contribution to marine science deserves to be formally recognized.
Non-indigenous species report published
Cooperative Research Report (CRR) details introductions of non-native species in the North Atlantic and adjacent waters over five-year period.
Explaining ICES approach to ecosystem based management
New flyer published on how ICES provides the knowledge for ecosystem based management.
Workshop on climate change impacts on salmon scheduled for March
Experts will review predicted climate changes over the range of wild Atlantic salmon.
High level visit at the ICES Secretariat
President of Iceland Guðni Th. Jóhannesson, along with HRH Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark, visited the ICES Secretariat today as part of the official state visit to Denmark.
Sharing advice with recipients and observers
Ecosystem overviews and development of the MSY approach for knowledge-limited stocks presented at meetings with recipients of ICES advice (MIRIA) and advisory councils and other observers (MIACO).
Share your science in the sunshine state
Calling for abstracts for the Annual Science Conference 2017, taking place in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in September. Submit your work for presentation at the marine science event of the year.
IJMS Editor's Choice – learning from porbeagle migration
The latest Editor’s Choice article from the ICES Journal of Marine Science is now available. Here, read about how tagging technology helped give further insight into the migratory behaviour of the porbeagle shark and what this could mean for assessments.
Sharing source code
ICES has joined GitHub to share and develop source code on scientific methods.
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