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Project Title

Knowledge transfer platform FindFISH

Numerical Forecasting System for the Marine Environment of the Gulf of Gdańsk for Fisheries

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Pomorskie Voivodeship Regional Operational Programme for 2014-2020
01. Knowledge commercialization
01.01. Expansion through innovation
01.01.01. Expansion through innovation – funding support
Pomerania Development Agency
5 365 733,99 PLN
3 375 304,39 PLN
January 2017 – March 2023
Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences - Leader
Maritime Institute - Gdynia Maritime University - Partner 1
Association of Fishermen’s of Sea - PO - Partner 2
Project Goal

The main goal of the project is to increase the profits of fishermen by commercializing the results of the research-implementation project (accomplished by “first production”) implemented by R&D institutions and enterprises. The subject of the project is the construction of the Knowledge Transfer Platform – FindFISH based on in-situ research, environmental data and quantitative and qualitative fishing data as well as numerical modelling of hydrodynamic, physicochemical and biological parameters of the Gulf of Gdansk. The FindFISH platform is a database containing historical data and current, online forecasts on the marine environment and living resources of the Gulf of Gdansk. It was created by means of knowledge transfer between two groups of users: scientists and fishermen. The FindFISH platform provides ongoing forecasts about the conditions of the marine environment in the Gulf of Gdańsk. It uses an operational model. The model is created based on in situ data obtained during fishing trips and transferred by fishermen as well as numerical data provided by scientists. The forecasts will show under what hydrological conditions industrial fisheries for four species - herring, sprat, cod, and flounder - should be the most abundant in resources.

FindFISH is a service built for ZRM-OP that will make it available to a wide range of interested parties.

Head of the Project
prof. dr hab. Lidia Dzierzbicka-Głowacka
Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences
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