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ATLAS Deliverable 9.3 – Knowledge Transfer Activity Report 1

Annette M. Wilson

This Knowledge Transfer Activity Report 1 aims to describe Knowledge Transfer activities undertaken by the ATLAS project between M1 (May 2016) and M24 (April 2018).

The ATLAS project aims to gather diverse new information on sensitive Atlantic ecosystems, to produce a step-change in our understanding of their connectivity, functioning and responses to future changes in human use and ocean climate. To maximise the impacts of ATLAS and its results, the project has implemented effective communication, dissemination and knowledge transfer methodologies and strategies.

Knowledge Management systems applied to the ATLAS project are designed to promote optimal exploitation of the research outputs. To date, the Knowledge Transfer activities carried out within ATLAS have facilitated the communication and development of relationships amongst all ATLAS stakeholders.

Moving into the second half of the project, more Knowledge Outputs with potential for impact are expected to emerge. A more focused Knowledge Transfer approach will be implemented to ensure effective management and transfer to relevant stakeholders and end-users and, to facilitate exploitation at the end of the project.

This Knowledge Transfer Activity Report 1 aims to describe Knowledge Transfer activities undertaken by the ATLAS project between M1 (May 2016) and M24 (April 2018).

The ATLAS project aims to gather diverse new information on sensitive Atlantic ecosystems, to produce a step-change in our understanding of their connectivity, functioning and responses to future changes in human use and ocean climate. To maximise the impacts of ATLAS and its results, the project has implemented effective communication, dissemination and knowledge transfer methodologies and strategies.

Knowledge Management systems applied to the ATLAS project are designed to promote optimal exploitation of the research outputs. To date, the Knowledge Transfer activities carried out within ATLAS have facilitated the communication and development of relationships amongst all ATLAS stakeholders.

Moving into the second half of the project, more Knowledge Outputs with potential for impact are expected to emerge. A more focused Knowledge Transfer approach will be implemented to ensure effective management and transfer to relevant stakeholders and end-users and, to facilitate exploitation at the end of the project.

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