• Tim Brand, Arctic PRIZE
  • Dr Johan Faust, ChAOS
  • Dr Johan Faust, ChAOS

The key scientific outputs from the DIAPOD project are of direct relevance to stakeholders with an interest in Arctic ecosystems. These include scientists and policy makers involved in fisheries management, and ecosystem modellers.

The outcomes of the DIAPOD project will be of direct importance to the management of commercially important fish species that feed on copepods, e.g. herring and mackerel. The main stakeholders are policy makers within the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA), the EU Common Fisheries Policy, and the North Pacific Marine Science Organisation (PICES).

Key international partners in DIAPOD

Denmark

Sigrún Huld Jónasdóttir, DTU Aqua

Torkel Gissel Nielsen, Technical University of Denmark, National Institute for Aquatic Resources

Germany

Christina Krywka, Centre for Materials and Coastal Research, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht

Barbara Niehoff, Alfred-Wegener Institute (AWI)

Norway

Øystein Varpe, University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS)

Ingrid Helene Ellingsen, SINTEF

Stig Falk-Petersen, Akvaplan-niva

Astthor Gislason, Institute of Marine Research (IMR)

Spain

Bérengère Guignon, MALTA Consolider Team Member – Universidad Complutense de Madrid

UK

DEFRA

EU Common Fisheries Policy

North Pacific Marine Science Organisation (PICES)

USA

Jinlun Zhang, University of Washington

Mark Ohman, University of California, San Diego

Carin Ashjian , Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Robert Campbell, University of Rhode Island