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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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First up this morning is @SEMRU_NUIG Daniel Norton presenting #coastal tourism routes and tourist expenditure, specifically on the @wildatlanticway as part of the @atlanticmoses @AtlanticArea project at the 10th Annual Marine Economics Symposium, #Galway @Whitaker_Inst

@RaymondBurke11 @wildatlanticway @atlanticmoses @AtlanticArea @Whitaker_Inst We are hoping to make them available online next week on https://t.co/lpRh4EJNoT the news section. We will tweet once they are available with a link. Thanks!

What tourists value along Wild Atlantic Way from @atlanticmoses project research prented by Daniel Norton at 10th annual marine economics and policy research symposium, Galway. @SEMRU_NUIG @Failte_Ireland

Danny Norton @SEMRU_NUIG kicks off Day 2 talking about @atlanticmoses work from a survey of tourists along the Wild Atlantic Way. Donegal coming out well! @WAWHour @govisitdonegal

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@SEMRU_NUIG Daniel Norton presenting tourist @wildatlanticway highlights as part of the @atlanticmoses @AtlanticArea project at the 10th Annual Marine Economics Symposium, #Galway ⁦@Whitaker_Inst⁩