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Master on Sustainable Fisheries Management Second Year (2016-2017)i

GFCM subject proposals for Master Thesis


Main Subject:
Subject for new masters or to be
integrated into an existing
masters

Possible thesis subject:


Tutor name:
Number of interns that could be
supported:
GFCM requirements:
Language skills
Ability to travel, including to
Rome and temporarily to other
countries
Required academic profile for
the subject
Main Subject:
Subject for new masters or to be
integrated into an existing
masters

Possible thesis subject(s):

Tutor name:
Number of interns that could be
supported:
GFCM requirements:

Aquaculture
Allocated Zone for Aquaculture (AZA)
within the Marine Spatial Planning
(Could be integrated in existing CHIEAM
Master in Aquaculture.)
Site selection and management plan ;
interaction with other coastal users; carrying
capacity; indicators to implementing and
monitoring systems; GFCM cooperation case
studies.
Fabio Massa / Davide Fezzardi
1
English and French
Required including in GFCM member
countries with existing cooperation on AZA
implementation.
Degree or post-graduate degree in
aquaculture-related matters possibly with a
focus on aquaculture management and
planning in coastal areas
Fisheries (including Legal and other
aspects)
How to manage fisheries towards
sustainability? Development and
implementation of management plans in
the Mediterranean and Black Sea
1- Trends on the status of
Mediterranean fish populations
2- The efficiency of different harvest
control rules to achieve
sustainability
Miguel Bernal
1-2

Language skills

English. Other GFCM languages could be


useful (French/Spanish/Arabic)

Ability to travel, including to


Rome and temporarily to other
countries

Ability to travel/stay in Rome for periods

Required academic profile for


the subject

Degree in fisheries science, biology or similar.


Quantitative skills are needed (statistics,
computer skills, etc.)

Subject for new masters or to be


integrated into an existing
masters
Possible thesis subject(s):

Economic valuation of fisheries


1 Survey on the value of fisheries (SSF,
recreational) using non-market
valuation techniques

Tutor name:
Number of interns that could be
supported:
GFCM requirements:
Language skills
Ability to travel, including to
Rome and temporarily to other
countries
Required academic profile for
the subject
Subject for new masters or to be
integrated into an existing
masters
Possible thesis subject(s):
Tutor name:
Number of interns that could be
supported:
GFCM requirements:
Language skills
Ability to travel, including to
Rome and temporarily to other
countries
Required academic profile for the
subject
Subject for new masters or to be
integrated into an existing
masters
Possible thesis subject(s):
Tutor name:
Number of interns that could be
supported:
GFCM requirements:
Language skills
Ability to travel, including to
Rome and temporarily to other
countries
Required academic profile for the
subject

2 desk study of the value of


Anna Carlson
1
English. Other GFCM languages could be
useful (French/Spanish/Arabic)
Ability to travel/stay in Rome for periods
Degree in economics or political science.
Co-management schemes for
sustainable small-scale fisheries
Development of local case study on SSF
with a focus on co-management and
associated socio-economic aspects
Nicola Ferri/Anna Carlson
1
English/French/Spanish
Required
Degree in fisheries related matters, possibly
with a focus on socio-economics and
management
Institutional framework for the
conservation of marine living resources
Fisheries and marine spatial planning
Towards blue growth: the contribution
of fisheries to sustainable development
Governance of marine spaces
Nicola Ferri
1
English/French/Spanish
Only to Rome
Degree in law of the sea or fisheries-related
matters with a specialization on legal and
institutional issues

The second part of the Master (60 ECTS) constitutes a period of initiation to research or to professional activity in which
participants work on their Master of Science Thesis. This part will begin from September 2016 onwards and will last for 10 months,
during which research work will be conducted, followed by the elaboration of the thesis, that must be publicly defended and
approved by an examining board. The first period for the defence of the thesis will be July 2017 and the second period will be
September 2017.