On your left you will find all of SUCCESS scientific reports and publications, available for download.
You will also find articles about SUCCESS, newsletters and communication supports. They will give you an overview on the work being carried out within the SUCCESS project.
Please keep in mind that all publications are the property of the project and must be used consequently.
Below is a list of other sources of information on european fisheries and aquaculture :
European commission - Fisheries
European Parliament - Fisheries
DG MARE : Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries
FAO – Fisheries and aquaculture department
OECD – Fisheries
The European Association of Fisheries Economists
Eurostat fishing database
EUMOFA : European Market Observatory for fisheries and aquaculture
The European Market Observatory for fisheries and aquaculture (EUMOFA) is a market intelligence tool on the European Union fisheries and aquaculture sector. It aims to increase market transparency and efficiency, analyse EU markets dynamics, support business decisions and policy-making. EUMOFA provides data from first sale to consumption. Data are collected from EU countries (plus Norway and Iceland) and from European institutions.
STECF : Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries
The STECF shall be consulted at regular intervals on matters pertaining to the conservation and management of living aquatic resources, including biological, economic, environmental, social and technical considerations.
COMEXT Traditional international trade database (from EUROSTAT)
The ComExt intra- and extra-European trade database provides statistics on merchandise trade among European Union member states, and between member states and global partners. ComExt, prepared by Eurostat, is based on data provided by the statistical agencies of the EU member states.
It is the Statistics Division of FAO which is part of the organization's mission to improve data collection and dissemination for development and the fight against global hunger and malnutrition.
Atlas of the Sea
interactive map about European maritime activities.