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Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries
Šetalište I. Meštrovića 63,
21000 Split;

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Activities Activities

Project ECOMAP

ECOsustainable management of MArine and tourist Ports


RESPONSE

Strategies to adapt to climate change in Adriatic region.


ITACA

Innovative Tools to increAse Competitiveness and sustainability of small pelagic fisheries


PRIZEFISH

Piloting of eco-innovative fishery supply-chains to market added-value Adriatic fish products


AdriAquaNet

Enhancing Innovation and Sustainability in Adriatic Aquaculture


SUSHIDROP

SUstainable fiSHeries wIth DROnes data Processing


CHANGE WE CARE

Climate cHallenges on coAstal and traNsitional chanGing arEas: WEaving a Cross-Adriatic Response


Adri.SmArtFish

Valorisation of SMall-scale ARTisanal FISHery along the Adriatic coasts, in a context of sustainability


Project ECOSS

ECOlogical observing System in the Adriatic Sea: oceanographic observations for biodiversity


SOUNDSCAPE

The overall objective of the SOUNDSCAPE project is to assess the impact of underwater environmental noise on the marine fauna and in general on the ecosystem of the Northern Adriatic Sea.


FAIRSEA

Fisheries in the AdriatIc Region – a Shared Ecosystem Approach Project to enhance the conditions for implementing innovative approaches for the sustainable management of the Adriatic Sea fisheries. This is achieved also thanks to the exchange of knowledge and the sharing of good practices among partners and beyond.


Project Dory

Capitalization actions for aDriatic marine envirOnment pRotection and ecosYstem based management


Station Institute Station Institute
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