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1. New Zealand Fisheries Oceanography [Fisheries_NZ]
Knowledge of food-web dynamics is at the core of an ecosystem approach to sustainable resource use. The New Zealand Fisheries Oceanography project is working to provide fundamental knowledge and ...


2. An Early Warning System Using Seabirds to Detect Ecosystem Change in the High and Low Arctic [Seabirds]
Marine resources are vital to many northern communities. Climate changes that have been underway for several decades are influencing marine life in Arctic waters. These changes will affect resource ...


3. Integration Analysis of North Adriatic Marine Ecosystem (ECOMADR) [ECOMADR]
Project aims to identify key components of the trophic web of marine ecosystem in the northern adriatic sea, and to provide a first assessment of energy fluxes among such compartments. Since in this ...


4. Key Processes and Sustainable Mechanisms of Ecosystem Food Production in the Coastal Ocean of China [KPFPC]
The scientists involved in this program will carry out integrated studies among multidisciplinary subjects by focusing on such a core as the coupling mechanism of the marine biogeochemical cycles ...


5. POMAL Population Outbreak of Marine Life [POMAL]
POMAL (Population Outbreak of Marine Life) is a research programme of IMBER-JAPAN funded from the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries. The goal of POMAL is to understand the mechanisms ...


6. Lunar cycles and Iron Fertilization (LUCIFER) [LUCIFER]
The project seeks to study the biogeochemical consequences of (1) the vertical mixing and the consequent planktonic bloom in the oceanic subtropical waters around the Canary Islands, (2) the influence ...


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