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New names on ICES Advisory Committee
Introducing new ACOM Vice-Chairs and Fisheries Resources Steering Group Chair
Using FLBEIA for bio-economic management strategy evaluation
New ICES training course facilitates the implementation of MSE analysis using FLBEIA.
FEATURE ARTICLE - Cloudy with passing schools of tuna–why don’t we have forecasts of fish?
Our latest feature looks at fish forecasting. Is it fanciful and far-fetched?
New Baltic Sea ecosystem overview published
The Baltic Sea is the latest in the series of ICES ecosystem overviews.
Gothenburg calling: Submit your abstract for ICES ASC 2019
Present your work, exchange ideas, discuss innovations, and develop your network at ICES Annual Science Conference 2019.
Nominations open for ICES Award 2019
The call for nominations for the ICES Outstanding Achievement Award is now open. Deadline for submissions is 1 May.
IJMS Editor's Choice – Contrasting effects of habitats
The latest Editor’s Choice article from the ICES Journal of Marine Science is now available. Here, read about the contrasting effects of different coastal habitats on the distribution, diversity, and abundance of fish in tropical estuarine seascapes.
Assessing advice: looking forward to a new year
Each January, ICES meets with its advisory clients and stakeholders to discuss how to meet client demands and improve collaboration.
IJMS Editor's Choice – Determining population health
The latest Editor’s Choice article from the ICES Journal of Marine Science is now available. Here, read about how integrating population health factors can provide deeper insight in situations where uncertainty is high.
Advancing, not assuming, a role for ICES science
Simon Jennings, chair of the Science Committee, and Mark Dickey-Collas, chair of the Advisory Committee, highlight how the conduct, profile, and presentation of ICES Science Plan will influence its credibility, legitimacy, and impact.
ICES launches new Strategic Plan
ICES Strategic Plan focuses on advancing ecosystem understanding, gathering essential data to create knowledge for science and advice, and providing evidence for decision-making.
Why, what, and how: the new ICES Science Plan
In support of the newly launched Strategic Plan, ICES Science Committee, the main scientific body in the organization, coordinated development of an associated science plan, “Marine ecosystem and sustainability science for the 2020s and beyond”.
ICES Viewpoints: accelerating applications of science
The risk associated with vessel biofouling is the subject of the first ICES viewpoint release.
New year, new president
Q & A with our new President Fritz W. Köster
Calling for workshop participants
Contribute to the development of methods to undertake acoustic measurements and biological sampling of animals within the mesopelagic zone.
Strengthening ICES: the first BICEpS Colloquium
ICES Belgian community gathers to share ideas and support collaboration.
New fisheries overviews published for the Celtic Seas, Greater North Sea, and the Baltic Sea
The new Celtic Sea overview expands the mixed fisheries information which allows decision makers to compare the consequences of choices on quotas across fish stocks.
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