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From 25 to 27 February 2015, the CCLME Project held in Praia, Cape Verde, a workshop for the experts in Geographic Information Systems (GIS).

A dozen of participants representing the ministries of environment or research institutes of Cabo Verde, Mauritania, Senegal,...

The Spanish Institute of Oceanography and the University of Vigo signed on 27 February 2013, a Partnership Agreement with the Scientific Research Centre (CERESCOR) of Conakry- Rogbane in Guinea.

The Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO) and the University of Vigo...

Following the organization of the first meeting of the National Interministerial Committee (CIN) of The Gambia, on 22 January 2013 in Banjul, an article on the CCLME project was published in the local newspaper, the Daily Observer.

he Project on the "Protection of the Canary Current Large Marine Ecosystem" (CCLME) will organize in close collaboration with the project "Strenghtehning the knowledge base for implementing an ecosystem approach to marine fisheries in developing countries" (EAF-NANSEN), both projects implemented...

Dr Brahim assumed his duties on 17 October 2011 in Dakar as leader of the CCLME component for biodiversity, habitat and water quality on 17 October 2011.

Welcome Dr Brahim, CCLME's new thematic component leader for Biodiversity, habitat and...

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