Fisheries hotspots versus seascapes

Press/Media: ResearchProfessional

Description

Interview with Karin van der Reijden in the 3rd DISCLOSE newsletter & reaction by the director of the fisheries interest group VisNed.

Period1-Apr-2019

Media coverage

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Media coverage

  • Title‘Objective facts are essential for policy’
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletDISCLOSE Newsletter 3
    Media typePrint
    Country/TerritoryNetherlands
    Date01/04/2019
    DescriptionDISCLOSE seeks collaboration. In this section, external people with overlapping interests get to say their piece. How do they view the rese-arch? What are the opportunities and the pit-falls? In this episode: Pim Visser, director of the fisheries interest group VisNed.
    Producer/AuthorAddo van der Eijk
    URLhttps://discloseweb.webhosting.rug.nl/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/LR_ENGversie_NB3_onlinelinks.pdf
    PersonsKarin van der Reijden

Media contributions

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Media contributions

  • TitleFisheries hotspots versus seascapes
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletDISCLOSE Newsletter 3
    Media typePrint
    Country/TerritoryNetherlands
    Date01/04/2019
    DescriptionFishermen know exactly where to fish. For sole, plaice and Norway lobster they return to the same seascapes. That’s the conclusion of University of Groningen and Wageningen Marine Research in the scientific journal PLOS ONE. The paper received quite a lot of media attention. Leading researcher Karin van der Reijden from the University of Groningen explains.
    Producer/AuthorAddo van der Eijk
    URLhttps://discloseweb.webhosting.rug.nl/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/LR_ENGversie_NB3_onlinelinks.pdf
    PersonsKarin van der Reijden