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Dagsson, Þormóður; Viðarsson, Jónas R.
This report summarises the progress and main outputs when it comes to development of visualisation materials and visualisation tools within the FarFish project. Development of visualisation materials and other visualisation tools that allow stakeholders to easily understand otherwise complicate data on e.g. biological, ecological, economic, social and political issues relevant for the six FarFish case studies is an important component of the FarFish project. These visualisation materials and tools have the purpose of assisting stakeholders within the case studies when developing Management Recommendations (MRs), by sowing in a simple manner historic data and forecasts. The forecasts are in particular intended to provide stakeholders with most likely scenarios or effects of MR implementation (what if? scenarios). The visualisation materials and other visualisation tools do also have an important purpose for overall aim of the FarFish project, when it comes to advancing knowledge on fisheries in the case studies, both for internal use within the project and for stakeholders outside of the project.
The FarFish project is run in an iterative process, which amongst other things means that MRs will be developed, tested/validated and audited/valuated twice during the lifetime of the project. The second MRs (MR2) are to be developed and audited in the second half of the project. The visualisation materials and other visualisation tools are also expected to go through similar iterative process, where first and second versions are intended to assist stakeholders with developing MR1 and MR2. This deliverable reports on the progress and current status of the visualisation materials and visualisation tools that have been, or are intended to be, made available within the FarFish project to support MR2 development.
FarFish D6.6_Visualisation materials and tools available for MR2development_V2.0.pdf
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