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ICES Insight 2014

Forgotten catch, elusive eels, and partners points of view. It's all in the latest edition of ICES Insight.
Published: 10 September 2014

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​​​​ICES Annual Conference Science is just around the corner which means that the latest edition of ​​Insight magazine is ready for you to read.

ICES has undergone some major changes in recent years, not least in its focus areas. The new ICES Strategic Plan, working towards integrated ecosystem understanding, was launched in 2014. While a number of publications​ are available explaining what the strategy now means for ICES, we thought it important to hear what the strategy means to our partners. Some of the organizations ICES collaborates with have outlined strategic areas where we can cooperate as we move forward with the new strategy.

Another organization that has changed over its 100 years is the Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO). Readers can follow from the early days of its founder Odón de Buen to the modern institute it is today.​

Following eels to the Sargasso Sea is a little trickier. DTU Aqua attempted to do just that earlier this year. Find out about their expedition.

Insight also looks at the challenges facing recreational fisheries' catches and how stock assessments play a role in this valuable economic industry.

These articles and more can be found in the latest issue of ICES Insight. ​
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