Greetings from the Triatlas project to the EU-AU Innovation Agenda and the involvement of Nordic Actors – meeting in Brussels 27.09.2023
Common and affordable technologies for fisheries management:
Say Hi to the Shiny4SelfReport!
Designed to be simple and adaptable – our tool gathers fishers’ inputs and improves data assembly on small-scale fisheries.
TRIATLAS and PIRATA-26 Conference and General Assembly 2023
The final TRIATLAS General Assembly (GA) will be held in Banyuls-sur-Mer, France, October 16–20, 2023.
It is organized as a joint conference with the PIRATA / TAV group. Click here for more information – posted on the local host (IRD-LEGOS) website!
Abstract submission deadline has passed. The program will be announced soon.
All conference and GA attendees (both virtual and physical) must register. Late registrations please click here. Late registration deadline: September 30, 2023.
Sustainable management of human activities affecting Atlantic marine ecosystems is critical to maintain its health and to support the blue economy of the bordering countries.
TRIATLAS contributes to this by delivering knowledge of the current state and future changes of the Atlantic marine ecosystems. We achieve this goal through a basin-wide approach that integrates research from the North and South, and that closes critical knowledge gaps in the Tropical and South Atlantic that impede an understanding of the entire basin.
- 34 partners from 13 countries
- Project duration: June 2019 – November 2023
Read more about our core themes and goals for the TRIATLAS project.
We bring together an interdisciplinary team of marine ecologists, physical oceanographers, climate researchers, and social scientists from 34 different institutions in Europe, Africa, and South America, together with industrial and regional stakeholders. We will enhance knowledge of the marine ecosystems in key areas of the Atlantic using existing and pivotal new physical, biological, and societal observations.
A quick introduction to TRIATLAS
Supporting the Belem Statement on Atlantic Research and Innovation Cooperation and part of the All Atlantic Ocean Research Community and CSA – AANChOR.
TRIATLAS is one of the BG-08 sister projects.
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Earth system, ecological, and socio-economic models and observations will be used to assess the cumulative impact of various pressures (climatic, pollution, and fishing) driving fluctuations in the marine ecosystem, and the potential for tipping point behavior and regime shifts.
We will develop the first predictions of the marine-ecosystem for the next 40 years for the whole Atlantic, by combining state- of-the-art climate prediction and ecosystem models, with Shared Socioeconomic Pathways, and by conducting socio- economic vulnerability assessments services, with stakeholder engagement. TRIATLAS will enhance capacity in marine ecosystems, oceanography, and climate research in countries bordering the South and Tropical Atlantic Ocean.
There will be close cooperation and alignment with relevant European Commission services and the South-South Framework for Scientific and Technical Cooperation, as well as other relevant initiatives in the field. We will contribute to upscale cooperation around the Atlantic.