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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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MOSES is an EU multinational research project involving eight partners representing the five member states of the Atlantic Area. The multinational partners of MOSES (universities, marine research institutions, and regional bodies) include representatives from France, Ireland, Portugal, Spain, and the United Kingdom.

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Great to see our latest #ocean economy figures used for the visionary 20-year plan to ensure future of Irish #marine resources https://t.co/YVhkpdERoF @Whitaker_Inst @atlanticmoses @famaire

@EUAtlantic @EU_EASME @EU_MARE Nice to read this new maritime strategy. @atlanticmoses @nuigalway @SEMRU_NUIG

The multi-disciplinary Sea Tech Week conference held in Brest, France every two years, will be organised virtually this year, on 12-16 October
@Ifremer_fr @PlanQUB @SEMRU_NUIG @NWAssembly @aztitecnalia @upvehu @CiimarUp @FOROMARITIMOVAS @AtlanticArea https://t.co/roy2fmyhbV

Webinar by @Searica_ITG highlights the disproportionate economic effect of CV19 crisis on tourism in islands and coastal regions of EU including @AtlanticArea with calls for a #sustainable_tourism 'Marshall Plan'. Outputs @atlanticmoses will help inform the recovery @EUgreendeal

Great webinar by @Cabfishman, mitigating marine #ecosystem ecosystem impacts by supporting small scale fisheries, & work by @atlanticmoses partner @ArantzaMurillas @azti_brta measuring ES & carbon ftprint to inform trade-offs & discussion on cultural value of fishing @UniHuelva.