Project Outputs

Fernández-Macho, J., González, P. & Virto, J. (2020). Assessing the anthropogenic vulnerability of coastal regions: DEA-based index and rankings for the European Atlantic Area, Marine Policy, Volume 119, 104030, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2020.104030.

Ahearne, A. and Hynes, S. (2020). Challenges and Opportunities for Ireland’s Major Ocean Economy Industries. Invited Presentation to Inter-Departmental Marine Coordination Group, Department of the Taoiseach, Dublin, June 10th.

Hynes, S. (2020). MOSES approach to the measurement of ocean economic activities. OECD workshop on the measurement of ocean economic activities, virtual workshop 30th of April 2020

Kalaydjian, R. (2020). A regional analysis of the Atlantic Arc Ocean Economy and Atlantic Strategy. Invited Presentation to EU DG Marine Affairs, EU Commission, DG MARE, Brussels, March 2nd.

Hynes, S. (2020). MOSES and alternative approaches to measuring the economic contribution of marine and coastal tourism. Invited Presentation to EU DG Marine Affairs, EU Commission, DG MARE, Brussels, March 2nd.

Murillas, A. and Prellezo, R. (2020). A tool to assess the impact of marine sectors´ economic activity on the marine environment. Invited Presentation to EU DG Marine Affairs, EU Commission, DG MARE, Brussels, March 2nd.

Prellezo, R. and Fernandez-Macho, J., An index of the vulnerability of marine and coastal ecosystems in the European Atlantic Arc. Invited Presentation to EU DG Marine Affairs, EU Commission, DG MARE, Brussels, March 2nd.

Flannery, W. (2019). Don’t Rule Britannia!: An evaluation of MSP in England The 10th Annual Marine Economics and Policy Research Symposium, Marine Institute, Galway, 28th – 29th November.

Murillas, A. (2019). Operational Instrument Based on Indices to Assess the Marine Sectors Activities’ Direct Impacts on the Marine Environment.  The 10th Annual Marine Economics and Policy Research Symposium, Marine Institute, Galway, 28th – 29th November

Norton, D., Hynes, S., Carr, L., Fahy, F., Farrell, D., Corless, R. (2019). Examining the Sustainability of a Coastal Touring Route on the West Coast of Ireland: A Survey of Tourists on the Wild Atlantic Way. The 10th Annual Marine Economics and Policy Research Symposium, Marine Institute, Galway, 28th – 29th November

Pafi, M. (2019). Tourist Tribes on the West Coast of Ireland: Segmentation by Landscape Experience. The 10th Annual Marine Economics and Policy Research Symposium, Marine Institute, Galway, 28th – 29th November

Farrell, D. (2019). How Community Structure Influences Coastal Touring Routes. The 10th Annual Marine Economics and Policy Research Symposium, Marine Institute, Galway, 28th – 29th November

Norton, D., Hynes, S, Carr, L., Fahy, F., Farrell, D & Corless, R. (2019). Sustainability of coastal tourism in the West of Ireland: A survey of tourists’ activities and attitudes towards the Wild Atlantic Way. 14th European Symposium for the Protection of the Night Sky. Mulranney, Mayo 3rd to 5th November 2019

Flannery, W. (2019). Assessing marine spatial planning governmentality, People and the Sea Conference, University of Amsterdam, 24th – 28th of June 2019

Hynes, S. (2019). Valuing Ireland’s Ocean Economy and Marine Ecosystem Services. Invited talk at the Environment and Marine Session of the British-Irish Parliamentary Assembly – 58th Plenary Session, Druids Glen, Wicklow, 13th and 14th of May.

Kelly, C. (2019). Transformative Governance for Transition in Marine and Coastal Zones. 4th Meeting of the RSA Research Network on Sustainability Transitions in the Coastal Zone. Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, Ireland, 12-15 April 2019.

Kelly, C. (2019). Transitioning towards a more sustainable ‘Blue Growth’ paradigm in the ports and shipping sector. 4th Network for Early career researchers in Sustainability Transitions (NEST) Conference, Lisbon, 04-05 April 2019

Kalaydjian R. (2019). The Blue Economy. XXIV Conference of the European Association of Fisheries Economists. Faculty of Geography, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain, 2nd April.

Murillas, A. (2019). Operational instrument based on indices to assess the marine sectors activities’ direct impacts on the marine environment. XXIV Conference of the European Association of Fisheries Economists. Faculty of Geography, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain, 2nd April.

Kelly, C. (2018). Transforming marine governance using a Transition Management Pathway, The 10th Annual Marine Economics and Policy Research Symposium, Marine Institute, Galway, 8th November.

Norton, D. (2018). Maritime, Ocean Sector and Ecosystem Sustainability (MOSES): Fostering blue growth in Atlantic industries. 5th Atlantic Stakeholder Platform Conference 2018 Vigo, Spain, 23-24 October 2018

Belfast PDF, Titanic Hotel, Belfast, October 16th, 2019

Hynes, S. (2019). Marine and coastal overseas tourism activity in Ireland. Sustainability in Ports, Shipping, and Coastal Tourism, Belfast, October 16th.

Anderson, T. (2019). Belfast Harbour A vision to 2035. Session Theme: Sustainability in Ports and Shipping, Belfast, October 16th.

Mateo, I., (2019). Irish vs Spanish North and Atlantic ports: Concentration and specialization indexes. Session Theme: Sustainability in Ports and Shipping, MOSES Symposium, Belfast, October 16th.

O’Connor, E. (2019). Sustainable connectivity in Irish Ports. Session Theme: Sustainability in Ports and Shipping, Belfast, October 16th.

Wilson, P. (2019). Northern Ireland Coastal Tourism. Session Theme: Marine and coastal overseas tourism activity in Northern Ireland, MOSES Symposium, Belfast, October 16th.

Bilbao PD, Museo Maritimo Ría de Bilbao, November 14th, 2018

Hynes, S. (2018). An overview of the MOSES project, Bilbao, November 14th.

Hynes, S. (2018). The collection and use of ocean economy statistics in Ireland, Bilbao, November 14th.

Kelly, C. (2018). A transitions perspective on marine governance, Bilbao, November 14th.

Murillas, A. (2018). How to use the ocean economy statistics in policy decision making: the Basque fishery sector example, Bilbao, November 14th.

Moses Newsletter no.2 Spring 2020. Available to view here

Moses Newsletter no.1 Summer 2018. Available to view here

Ifremer (2019). Monitoring progress under the Atlantic Action Plan. Moses project deliverable: Report. Available at: http://mosesproject.eu/ban/wpcontent/uploads/2020/07/Final_Deliverable_WP4.2_Report_Ifrmer.pdf

AZTI (2018). Operational instrument based on indices to assess the marine sectors activities’ direct impacts on the marine environment. Moses project deliverables: Report. Available at: http://mosesproject.eu/ban/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/WP5_Deliverable_action1-1.pdf

UPV/EHU (2019). Assessing the vulnerability of marine and coastal ecosystem services: data gathering and compilation of indicators, database description. Moses project deliverables: Report. Available at: http://mosesproject.eu/ban/wpcontent/uploads/2020/01/WP6_Deliverable_SynethicIndex_action1.pdf

UPV/EHU (2019). Assessing the vulnerability of marine and coastal ecosystem services: data processing and construction of the synthetic index, results and rankings. Moses project deliverables: Report. Available at: http://mosesproject.eu/ban/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/WP6_Deliverable_vulnerbility_action2.pdf

UPV/EHU (2020). Assessing the vulnerability of marine and coastal ecosystem services: analysis of results. Moses project deliverables: Report. Available at: http://mosesproject.eu/ban/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/MOSES_WP6_Act3.pdf

Develop a European Atlantic Marine Industry trend database: Database available at: http://mosesproject.eu/wp4map/

Ifremer (2020). Monitoring the Atlantic Action Plan objectives using the MOSES maritime economic database, Moses Policy Brief Series, no.2. Available to view here

UPV/EHU (2020). Assessing the vulnerability of marine and coastal ecosystems across the Atlantic Arc, Moses Policy Brief Series, no.1. Available to view here

Moses 1st Annual Project Meeting & Steering Committee Meeting, Galway, February 2018

Moses 2nd Annual Project Meeting & Steering Committee Meeting, Bilbao, November 2018

Moses 3rd Annual Project Meeting & Steering Committee Meeting, Belfast, October 2019

Murillas (2019).  Operational instrument based on indices to assess the marine sectors activities’ direct impacts on the marine environment. AZTI interviews in Brussels with the DG MARE, Unit A4 – Economic Analysis, Markets and Impact Assessments (November 25th).

Murillas, A., Prellezo, R., Escapa, M. and M. Marcos (2019). Maritime economy indicators to evaluate the Maritime Atlantic Strategy. Meeting with the focal point in Spain of the Atlantic Maritime Strategy, CES (Consejo Económico y Social) in Spain (November). 

Press Pieces

Basque Maritime Magazine (2020), The MOSES Project, Issue 55, p10. http://www.foromaritimovasco.com/phocadownload/revistas/Revista55FMV_eng/index.html