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The MOSES Project is funded by the EU INTERREG Atlantic V Programme (2014 to 2020), Priority 4 Enhancing Biodiversity and the Natural and Cultural Assets..


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Video of the first webinar about Sustainable Marine Tourism Trail Development – An Irish Perspective is now available to view at the project website
https://t.co/M1SojA8Dgx

@SEMRU_NUIG @Whitaker_Inst
#atlanticmoses

MOSES project researcher Desiree Farrell gave a presentation today as part of a webinar on sustainable tourist trail development.

Fully funded PhD @HeriotWattUni @LyellCentre - to develop techniques to turn images of catch into useful data 4 fisheries management. Do u have skills to train a computer to recognise and measure the scallop in image below - this is the PhD for you https://t.co/WXbVri4BKP

Primer webinar de @atlanticmoses , que trata de comprender y cuantificar la dimensión de sostenibilidad del crecimiento azul con respecto a los posibles impactos ambientales de los principales sectores marinos estratégicos de los Estados miembros del Arco Atlántico de la UE. https://t.co/55B4TDSwR2

Moses lead partner @SEMRU_NUIG along with @Whitaker_Inst will host a webinar on Nov 17 about Sustainable Marine Tourism Trail Development.
Registration is free and open to all.
Visit https://t.co/iJacA3WbLP for more information and to register.
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