WGEAWESS

WGEAWESS

Working Group on Ecosystem Assessment of Western European Shelf Seas

 

 

WGEAWESSWGEAWESSTrueSteven Beggs, Eider AndonegiSSGIEA11/17/2010 10:12:00 AMsteven.beggs@afbini.gov.uk, eandonegi@azti.es506Working Group on Ecosystem Assessment of Western European Shelf Seas

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The Working Group on Ecosystem Assessment of Western European Shelf Seas (WGEAWESS) focuses on  biodiversity, climate change issues, large marine ecosystem functioning, and the context of ecosystem health indicators development for the Marine Strategy Framework Directive.

Geographically, the group focuses​ on the North Atlantic European continental shelf. Regional areas of interest include the Celtic sea, bay of Biscay and Western Iberia, encompassing five co​untries (Ireland, UK, France, Spain, and Portugal). 

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