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These publications may interest you, have a look !

Two interessting publications :
- one about sea Turtules in the North East Atlantic
- one about sciences needs and priorites to achieved a ecologically coherent MPA network in Europe.

1/ The publicised objective of the meeting held at the Aquarium de San Sebastián on 14 & 15 November 2008 was to nurture a better understanding of the ecology of marine turtles, and to promote conservation initiatives, particularly in this geographic area.

Marine turtles of the North East Atlantic. Contributions from the First Regional Conference;

Not that you would be interested in working with the North East Atlantic Sea Turtle Group (NEASTG)

2/ A position paper of the du European Marine Board Working Group on Marine Protected Areas highlighting a set of science needs and priorities that can best contribute to the process of establishing a coherent network of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) in Europe.

Achieving Ecologically Coherent MPA Network in Europe: Science Needs and Priorities

Science needs and priorities to inform, engage and empower stakeholders in planning networks of MPAs across Europe and beyond

The European Marine Board (a non-governmental advisory body) develops common positions on research priorities and strategies for European marine science, facilitating enhanced cooperation between stakeholders involved in supporting, delivering and using marine research and technology

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