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The invasive fish species round goby (Neogobius melanostomus) poses a significant threat to reef habitats in the eastern Baltic waters.
Oceans represent a significant, predictable resource for renewable energy. The main forms of ocean energy are waves, tides, marine currents, salinity gradient and temperature gradient.
The project aimed to: 1) share experience on how to draw up management plans for activities which take place in existing marine protected areas (MPAs) and thus fulfill the nature conservation objectives that justified their designation; 2) define
Demersal stocks in the Mediterranean Sea are affected by overfishing and a poor exploitation pattern, with high juveniles fishing mortality and high production of discards.
The project represents a part of the Blue Growth & Marine Planning Scheme, established under the Union Priority 6 (Integrated Maritime Policy) of Ireland’s EMFF Operational Programme. 
The ecosystem-based approach (EBA) is a strategy for the integrated management of land, water and living resources that promotes their conservation and sustainable use in an equitable way.
MareFrame is a EC-funded RTD project which seeks to remove the barriers preventing more widespread use of the ecosystem-based approach to fisheries management.
MAREMED aimed to strengthen the horizontal coordination of regional (sub-national) coastal and maritime policies, as well as their vertical coordination with policies implemented at the national, Mediterranean and European levels.
The Margullar regional cooperation project aims to conserve, protect, and promote the underwater archaeological heritage of the Macaronesia islands through the creation of a new tourist product.
MARIBE is a Horizon 2020 funded project which explored cooperation opportunities for companies that combined different Blue Growth and Blue Economy sectors.  The project aims to unlock the potential of multi-use of space and multi-use platforms in
The MARINA project will engage citizens, researchers, policy makers, industrial and societal actors in order to share knowledge, include the citizens’ vision and societal needs, create a synergy between research and innovation and the environmenta
MARINA Platform is a European project dedicated to bringing offshore renewable energy applications closer to the market by creating new infrastructures for both offshore wind and ocean energy converters.