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The project is a study of the marine environment includes the study of different aspects that may impact in sea conditions such as transport, fisheries… The project seeks to provide information, innovative models and decision tools to support relevant stakeholders in economic, politic and environmental áreas


LEITAT’s role in the project: The consortium is multidisciplinary and LEITAT actively participates through their knowledge of water treatment, the maritime and port activities. LEITAT is co-leader of WP7: Synthesis for political parties and participate in WP1: Pressures of change and WP5: Integration and dissemination.


Number of Contract: FP7/266445


Coordinators: Plymouth Marine Laboratory (UK)


Email LEITAT manager in charge: Raquel de Sousa Carreira




Starts: February 2011


Duration: 48 months




Plymouth   Marine Laboratory UK
The   University Court of the University of St.Andrews UK
Consorzio Nazionale Interuniversitario   per le Scienze del Mare Italy
Johann   Heinrich von Thuenen-Institut, Bundesforschunginstitut fuer Landliche Raume,   Wald und Fischerei Germany
University   College Dublin Ireland
Stichting   Dienst Landbouwkundig Onderzoek The   Netherlands
Tartu   Ulikool Estonia
Wageningen   Universiteit The   Netherlands
Stichting   Deltares The   Netherlands
The   Secretary Of State For Environment, Food And Rural Affairs UK
University   of Hull UK
Consiglio   Nazionale delle Ricerche Italy
National   Institute of Oceanography – Israel Oceanographic & Limmological Research Israel
Institut   Francais de Recherche pour L’exploitation de la Mer France
Aalborg   Universitet Denmark
Dipartimento   di Biologia, University of Pisa Italy
Agencia Estatal Consejo Superior de   Investigaciones Cientificas Spain
Fondazione   Eni Enrico Mattei Italy
Universitaet   Hamburg Germany
Danmarks   Tekniske Universitet Denmark
Gollaschconsulting Germany
Universite   de Bretagne Occidentale France
Bangor   University UK
Klaipedos   Universitetas Lithuania

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