Selected past projects
“Evaluation of the population status and specific management alternatives for the small pelagic fish stocks in the North-Western Mediterranean Sea” – EU EASME/EMFF/2016/032 – European Commission Tender. 12/2017-12/2018. – 2018. PI. Jose Maria Bellido & Marta Coll.
“Sustainable Fisheries in EU Mediterranean waters through network of MPAs” – Pilot project “Marine protected areas: networks(s) for enhancement of sustainable fisheries in EU Mediterranean waters”. EU-DGMARE (MARE/2014/41). 2016 – 2018. PI. Joachim Claudet & Paolo Guidetti.
“Kelp export: fuel for adjacent communities in changing artic ecosystems?” – Norsk Insitutt for Vannforskning (NIVA), Norway. 2016 – 2018. PI. Eva Ramírez-Llodra.
“Ocean Past Platform” – ISCH COST Action IS1403. e-COST – European Cooperation in Science and Technology. EU RTD Framework Programme & European Science Foundation – 2014-2018. PI. Poul Holm.
“Desenvolvimento e adequação do “Ecopath with Ecosim and Ecospace” (EwE Ecospace) para subsidiar o manejo pesqueiro cossistêmico no Brasil, com destaque para a modelagem econômica-social da pesca e do crescimento da teoria de teias tróficas” – Science Without Borders Program – Special Visiting Researchers – PVE: MEC/MCTI/CAPES/CNPq/FAPs. Government of Brazil. 2014 – 2016. PI. Ronaldo Angelini.
“A Decision Support system for the management of Israel’s Mediterranean Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ)” – Israel Oceanographic and Limnological Research Institute- 2013 – 2017. PI. Gideon Gal.
“Towards an Ecosystem-based Approach of Marine Resources: Linking BIOodiversity, Food WEBs, Ecosystem Services and Drivers” – European Commission FP7 – Marie Curie CIG – 2012-2016. PI: Marta Coll.
“Dynamics and ECOlogical role of small pelagic fishes in the NorthWestern Mediterranean; Energy TRANSfer from planktonic organisms to top predators” – Spanish Government – 2012-2014. PI: Isabel Palomera.
“Coordinating research in support to application of Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries (EAF) and management advice in the Mediterranean and Black Seas” – European Commission FP7 – Coordinating and Support Action – 2012-2014. PI. Jordi Lleonart & Francesc Maynou.
IndiSeas II – Indicators for the sea –
“EAF indicators, a comparative approach across ecosystems (Phase II)” – Euroceans Network of Excellence – 2011-2015. PI: Yunne J. Shin, Lynne J. Shannon & Alida Bundy.
“Predicting the future ocean” – Fisheries Center, University of British Columbia – 2010-2013. PI: Villy Christensen.
“The Sea Around Us” – Fisheries Center, University of British Columbia – 2009-2013. PI: Daniel Pauly.
“Analysis of biodiversity changes on structural and functional properties of marine ecosystems under cumulative human stressors” – European Commission FP7 – Marie Curie OIF – 2009-2011. PI: Marta Coll.
“Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in contrasting southern European deep-sea environments: from viruses to megafauna” – European Commission FP7 – 2008-2010. PI: Francesc Sarda.
IndiSeas I – Indicators for the sea
“EAF indicators, a comparative approach across ecosystems (Phase I)” – Euroceans Network of Excellence – 2007-2010. PI: Yunne J. Shin & Philippe Cury
“Future of Marine Animal Populations” – Sloan Foundation & Census of Marine Life – 2007-2010. PI: Boris Worm & Heike Lotze.
“History of Marine Animal Populations” – Sloan Foundation & Census of Marine Life – 2005-2013. PI. Poul Holm.
Research cooperation project with Italy – II
“Dynamic ecological modelling applied to the Adriatic Sea, with emphasis to fishing and environmental factors” – Spanish and Italian Councils of Research – 2005-2006. PI: Isabel Palomera & Enrico Arneri.
“Nephrops and cetacean species selectivity, information and technology” – European Commission FP6 – 2004-2006.
Research cooperation project with Italy – I
“Ecopath model comparison in two different ecosystems: Western Mediterranean and Adriatic” – Spanish and Italian councils of Research – 2003-2004. PI: Isabel Palomera & Enrico Arneri.
“Sustainability of exploited marine ecosystems in the Iberian Mediterranean Sea: The Ecopath ecosystem approach” – Spanish Government – 2001-2002. PI: Isabel Palomera.