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Nova SBE Environmental Economics Knowledge Center
November 16, 2022
14. Life below water

14. Life below water

Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development
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PESCARDATA2

PESCARDATA2 is a national study that aims to characterize recreational fishing that occurs in Portugal, encompassing two scopes: recreational fishing modalities and sports.

PESCARDATA2 is a national study that aims to characterize recreational fishing that occurs in Portugal, encompassing two scopes: recreational fishing modalities and sports.

Researchers: Renato Rosa, Carina Silva.

Led by: Centre of Marine Sciences (CCMAR).

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