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SEAS-ERA Joint Call in the Atlantic and Mediterranean regions – 2012 - Funded projects

Five transnational collaborative R&D; projects were selected for funding based on a centralized international peer-review assessment of proposals and within the possibilities of national budgets. The total public funding was 4265799 €.

List of projects selected for funding in Call 2012


Call topic Project acronym/website
Project title/Summary
Coordinator Institution
Participating Institutions
A SEAMAN Spatially resolved ecosystem models and their application to marine management
University of Bergen (Norway)
Institute of Marine Research, Bergen (Norway); Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center, NERSC (Norway); IFREMER (France); University of Iceland (Iceland); Hellenic Centre for Marine Research (Greece)
EMoSEM Ecosystem models as support to eutrophication management in the North Atlantic Ocean
RBINS-MUMM (Belgium)
Free University of Brussels, ULB (Belgium); IFREMER (France); Pierre and Marie Curie University, UPMC (France); Institute of Marine Research, IMAR (Portugal)
B INVASIVES Invasive seaweeds in rising temperatures: impacts and risk assessments
University of Bergen (Norway)
Centre of Marine Sciences, CCMAR (Portugal); University of Western Brittany, UBO (France); AD2M-CNRS Roscoff (France); Ghent University (Belgium); Marine Research Institute (Iceland); Institute of Marine Research, IMR (Norway)
C MERMAID Marine environmental targets linked to regional management schemes based on indicators developed for the Mediterranean
Hellenic Centre for Marine Research, HCMR (Greece)
IFREMER (France); Middle East Technical University (Turkey); University of the Aegean (Greece)
CIGESMED Coralligenous based indicators to evaluate and monitor the "good ecological status" of the Mediterranean coastal waters
CNRS Délégation Provence et Corse (France)
Ege University (Turkey); LIGAMEN (France); IFREMER (France); Hellenic Centre for Marine Research, HCMR (Greece); National Marine Park of Zakynthos, NMPZ (Greece)

The Scientific Evaluation Committee (SEC) was composed of international independent experts from countries different from the applicants or the participating research funding organisations. (In bold experts invited for the SEC panel meeting):

Name Family Name Institution Country
 Jason Hall-Spencer PML UK
Mike St John Technical University of Denmark Denmark
Frank M. Kleissen DELTARES NL
Andrew Davis SAMS UK
David Reid Marine Institute Ireland
Daniel  Oro CSIC (IMEDEA) Spain
Xulio Valeiras IEO Spain
Christian Möllmann U. Hamburg Germany
Peter Herman NIOO  NL
Francesc Peters CSIC (ICM) Spain
Cosimo Solidoro INOGS Italy
Yuri  Artioli PML UK
Javier Ruiz CSIC (ICMAN) Spain
Antonio Tovar CSIC (IMEDEA) Spain
Alejandro Gallego FRS Marine Laboratory  UK
Paul Leonard DEFRA UK
Joaquin Garrabou CSIC (ICM) Spain
Mark Johnson Martin Ryan Institute Ireland
Erkki Leppakoski Abo Akademi University Finland
Angel Borja AZTI Spain
Jacob Carstensen Aarhus University Denmark
Joachim Dippner Baltic Sea Res. Inst. Germany
Rafael  Sarda CSIC (CEAB) Spain
Niamh  Connolly Nanyang Technological University (Singapore) and Innovation Advisory Partnership


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