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The STSM’s will promote common protocols for analysis across existing major historical databases (climate, extractions,shipping, prices, etc.).

The STSMs will provide a learning platform for trans-disciplinary research and an opportunity to trial new approaches which will be suited for early stage researchers. ESRs will analyse existing major historical databases and develop integrated time series for regional seas of Europe based on archeological historical and modern data for key species and habitats.

STSMs will be organised for the benefit of early stage researchers.

STSMs will provide access and career development for young researchers in inter-and trans-disciplinary research across Europe and beyond.

2015

Working Group STSM Title Date Location

WG1: Fish Production
Henn Ojaveer
henn.ojaveer@ut.ee

Exploration of early 20th century fisheries surveys

TBC

Aalborg, Denmark

WG1: Fish Production
Henn Ojaveer
henn.ojaveer@ut.ee

Indicator species and consumption patterns

TBC

Aalborg, Denmark

WG2: Costal Settlements
James Barrett
jhb41@hermes.cam.ac.uk

Comparing coastal settlements

TBC

TBC

WG2: Costal Settlements
James Barrett
jhb41@hermes.cam.ac.uk

English fishbone database

TBC

TBC

WG2: Costal Settlements
James Barrett
jhb41@hermes.cam.ac.uk

Training in a standard protocol for recording archeological fish bones

TBC (may not take place in 2015)

TBC

WG3: Aquaculture

Bela H. Buck

Bela.H.Buck@awi.de

NIWA (National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research) Wellington, New Zealand October - December

WG3: Aquaculture

Gesche Krause
gesche.krause@awi.de

NIWA (National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research) Te Wāhanga, NZ Council for Educational Research, Wellington TBC

WG4: Changing values
Cristina Brito
cristina.brito@escolademar.pt

The salted fish museum project development

Norway

October

WG4: Changing values
Cristina Brito
cristina.brito@escolademar.pt

Iberian and Atlantic whaling

British Museum, London

September

WG5: Gendered seas
Kathleen Schwerdtner Manez
kathleen.schwerdtner@zmt-bremen.de

TBC

TBC

TBC

 

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Last updated 9 December 2015 opp@tcd.ie (Email).