List of Deliverables

Number

Title

WP

Lead

 

Type

 

Dissemi-nation level

Date (month)

Status

D11.1

H-POPD Requirement No2

11

UNIVPM

Ethics

CO

1

Submitted

D9.1

Dissemination plan (revised every year)

Dissemination plan (31 May 2017)

9

ECOREACH

DEC

PU

3

Submitted

D9.2

MERCES project homepage, MERCES Intranet with project templates and guidelines

9

ECOREACH

DEC

PU

3

Submitted

D10.1

 

Minutes of the Kick-Off including the establishment of the different bodies (e.g. SC, AB)

10

ECOREACH

R

CO

6

Submitted

D10.2

 

Release of the Data Management plan

10

ECOREACH

R

PU

6

Submitted

D3.1

 

State of knowledge on key eco-evolutionary processes and factors driving the resilience of the shallow hard bottoms and mesophotic habitats 

3

CoNISMa

R

PU

10

Submitted

D1.1

State of the knowledge on European marine habitat mapping and degraded habitats

1

NIVA

R

PU

12

Submitted

D1.2

Current marine pressures and mechanisms driving changes in marine habitats

1

NUIG

R

PU

12

Submitted

D8.1

Report on consolidated lists by country and by business sector of the European Marine Restoration Business Clubs

8

DSES

R

CO

12

Submitted

D9.3

First Year report on networking, public engagement and communication activities including collation of products and e-MERCES tools

9

GAIA

R

CO

12

Submitted

D10.3

 

Minutes of the first Annual Meeting (internal WP meetings, SC, GA, AB)

10

UNIVPM

R

PU

12

Submitted

D6.1

Review of existing international governance structures, regarding the conservation, restoration and recovery of marine ecosystems

6

AAU-IFM

R

PU

15

Submitted

D11.2

EPQ-A Requirement No4

11

UNIVPM

Ethics

CO

16

Submitted

D1.3

State of the knowledge on marine habitat restoration and literature review on the economic cost and benefits of marine and coastal ecosystem service restoration

1

HCMR

R

PU

18

Submitted

D3.2

 

Criteria and protocols for the restoration of shallow hard bottoms and mesophotic habitats 

3

CoNISMa,

CSIC

R

PU

18

Submitted

D6.2

Review of current EU and international legal frameworks

6

MLOPRS

R

PU

18

Submitted

D7.1

Social acceptance of restoration activities

7

HCMR

R

PU

20

Submitted

D4.1

Review on the principles of deep-sea restoration and on the ecological benefits of passive and active restoration

4

HCMR

R

PU

24

Submitted

D9.4

Second Year report on networking, public engagement and communication activities including collation of products and e-MERCES tools

9

GAIA

DEC

PU

24

Submitted

D10.4

 

Minutes of the second Annual Meeting (internal WP meetings, SC, GA, AB)

10

UNIVPM

R

PU

24

Submitted

D3.3

Enhanced tools and indicators for restoration of shallow hard bottoms and mesophotic habitats 

3

CSIC

R

PU

30

 

D6.3

Review on restoration, conservation and recovery of marine ecosystems in the four regional EU seas

6

WU

R

PU

30

Submitted

D3.4

Evaluation of the effectiveness of pilot restoration actions under a changing ocean scenario

3

CoNISMa - CSIC

R

PU

36

 

D9.5

Third Year report on networking, public engagement and communication activities including collation of products and e-MERCES tools

9

GAIA

R

CO

36

 

D10.5

 

Minutes of the third Annual Meeting (internal WP meetings, SC, GA, AB)

10

UNIVPM

R

PU

36

 

D5.1

Maps (in GIS format) showing case study sites and variation in the recovery potential of different ecosystem services; and, information on changes in ecosystem services provision following habitat restoration (as metadata).

5

WCMC,

NIVA

ORDP

PU

40

 

D7.2

Popularized mainstream or industry article on social benefits of marine restoration activities

7

NUIG

R

PU

40

 

D7.3

Use of Choice Experiment to estimate number of ecosystem service values from restoration project

7

NUIG

R

PU

40

 

D7.4

Popularized mainstream or industry article on social costs of marine restoration activities and cost –effective analysis of restoration measures by case study

7

WU

R

PU

40

 

D2.1

Manual of restoration measures in soft bottoms based on surveys and experiments

2

ÅAU

R

PU

42

 

D2.2

Restoration results in the case study sites

2

UTARTU

R

PU

42

 

D2.3

Mathematical model of the interactions between seagrass and other engineering species

2

NIOZ

R

PU

42

 

D4.2

Effectiveness of passive restoration in fjord ecosystems, hydrothermal vents and in cold water corals

4

HWU

R

PU

42

 

D4.3

Development and effectiveness of tools and techniques for active restoration in the deep-sea

4

UB

R

PU

42

 

D5.2

Visual representation (e.g. infographic) of relationships between habitat characteristics, pressures, restoration methods, ecosystem change, and recovery potential

5

NIVA

OTHER

PU

42

 

D5.3

Policy briefing summarizing the key transferable findings from Tasks 5.1-3

5

WCMC

R

PU

45

 

D8.2

Annual publication of business-focused e-newsletters and final report synthesising the MERCES  business-focus e-newsletters as industry brief

8

UTartu

DEC

PU

46

 

D8.3

Recording and long-term archiving of 5 industry webinars and final report on the webinars outcomes

8

NIVA

DEC

PU

46

 

D8.4

Final report summarising industry and authorities engagement in MERCES through the Business Club and Industry Portal and highlighting any tangible outcomes (e.g. new methods and new projects) created  from these interactions

8

DSES

DEC

PU

46

 

D7.5

Report, including a policy relevance section,  on full social cost-benefit analysis for the selected case studies

7

NIVA

R

PU

47

 

D10.6

Restoration of marine ecosystems: a manual for users

10

UNIVPM

R

PU

47

 

D6.4

Policy brief providing input and options for the development of legitimate governance arrangements and effective regimes regulating the conservation, restoration and recovering of marine ecosystems

6

WU, AAU-IFM

R

PU

48

 

D9.6

Fourth Year report on networking, public engagement and communication activities including collation of products and e-MERCES tools

9

GAIA

R

CO

48

 

D10.7

Summary of the final meeting

10

UNIVPM

R

PU

48