The available database comprises research projects in Fisheries, Aquaculture, Seafood Processing and Marine Biotechnology active in the time period 2003-2022.
BlueBio is an ERA-NET COFUND created to directly identify new and improve existing ways of bringing bio-based products and services to the market and find new ways of creating value from in the blue bioeconomy.

More information on the BlueBio project and participating funding organizations is available on the BlueBio website: www.bluebioeconomy.eu

Last Update: 2018/03/29

ASIMUTH
Fisheries
Aquaculture
Applied simulations and Integrated modelling for the understanding of toxic and harmful algal blooms
FP7
FP7 - Collaborative Project (generic)
SPACE – Space
Cooperation
European
Julie Maguire
julie.maguire@dommrc.com
DOMMRS - Daithi O'Murchu Marine Research Station (Ireland)
Ifremer - French Research Institute for Exploitation of the Sea (France)NA - HOCER SAS (France)IST - Instituto Superior Tecnico (Portugal)MI - Marine Institute (Ireland)INRB - National Institute of Biological Resources (Portugal)NA - Nowcasting International Ltd (Ireland)NA - Numerics Warehouse Ltd (Ireland)SAMS - Scottish Association for Marine Science (United Kingdom)IEO - Spanish Institute of Oceanography (Spain)Starlab - Starlab Barcelona SL (Spain)
2010
2013
€ 2,490,000
http://www.asimuth.eu/
Harmful algal blooms (HABs) are known to periodically produce toxicity in shellfish and to kill farmed fish throughout Europe. The Atlantic coast of Europe is often affected by such blooms causing devastation to aquaculture industries due to closures of farms and large scale fish kills. The management of shellfish toxicity is well developed along the Atlantic margin in response to EU Directives, and the caged fish culture has also developed protocols to react to harmful blooms. Identification of the origins of HAB events are essential to policy makers and industry since the only mitigation action possible lies in their prediction as these are naturally occurring. Having the ability to forecast when such events might occur to give advanced warning of the impending problem to the aquaculture industry could be a very valuable tool. Many studies have elucidated the ocean circulation patterns along Europe.
Algal toxins; Fish; Shellfish; Impacts; Risk assessment;
Bay of Biscay North (27.VIIIa) Northwest Coast of Scotland and North Ireland (27.VIa) West of Ireland (27.VIIb) Portuguese Waters (27.IXa,27.IXb)
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