Goherr performance statistics

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How has the Goherr project preformed based on the indicators set by the funders?


N of times: contributions to develpment/implementation of regulations, policies, management practices on internationa, European, the Baltic Sea region or national level aimed at safeguarding the sustainable use of ecosystem's goods and services, in particular the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region, EU Integrated MaritimePolicy, EU Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD) and its implementation, as well as the Baltic Sea Action Plan. (provide more information in periodic and final reports)
N of suggestions for designing, implemeting, evaluating the efficacy of relevant public policies and governance on International, European, the Baltic Sea Regiona or national level originating from the work of the project (provide more information in periodic and final reports)
N of times the scientists have served as members or observers in stakeholder committees (EC, Helcom, Vasab, ICES etc). (provide more info in periodic and final reports)
N of international, national, regional stakeholder events organised by the project (provide info about the number of participants and kinds of sectors represented in the periodic and final reports)
N of joint events/co-operation activities/parnterships of the project with non-Baltic research actors and other European marine basins (provide more info in periodic and final reports)
N of persons and working days spent by foreign scientists on research vessels participating in the cruises arranged by the project
N of persons and working days spent by foreign scientists using other major research facilities involved in the project
N of peer-reviewed publications arising from the project research with authors from, at least, two different participating states
N of entries to existing openly accessible common databases, storing original data from the entire Baltic Sea system or larger geographical area.
N of popular science papers produced by the project 1
N of interviews to media given by the members of the project's consortium
N ofmulti-media products and TV episodes produced by the project with dissemination purpose
N of other international, national and regional communication, dissemination and public outreach initiatives to disseminate the project's research results
N of post graduate courses organised by the project and persons participating.
N of mobility activities (persons, visit days) from the project to the other BONUS projects
N of PhD students and the number of post-docs funded by the project as well as the number of doctoral thesis defended 1 1 1
Table of distribution of the project's research staff involved (fully or partly funded or contributed as in kind) by age class (<25, 25-49, 50-64, >64), seniority (PhD students, post-docs, assistants, lecturers, instructors and equivalent; associate professors and equivalent; and full professors and equivalent ) and gender.
List of other significant kind, free of charge research infrastructures used by the project for which no bilateral agreements between the infrastructura provider(s) and BONUS have been concluded (required data: description / type of used infrastructure and metrics charaterising the amount of use, and approx. monetary estimate of the in kind contributions).
List of other than infrastructure in kind contributions the project has received (required data: type of in kind contribution and metrics characterising the received amount, and approximate monetary estimate of the in kind contribution)


The table is based on statistics reported by the partners themselves.

See also

Goherr Research project 2015-2018: Integrated governance of Baltic herring and salmon stocks involving stakeholders

GOHERR logo NEW.png Goherr public website


WP1 Management · WP2 Sociocultural use, value and goverrnance of Baltic salmon and herring · WP3 Scenarios and management objectives · WP4 Linking fish physiology to food production and bioaccumulation of dioxin · WP5 Linking the health of the Baltic Sea with health of humans: Dioxin · WP6 Building a decision support model for integrated governance · WP7 Dissemination

Other pages in Opasnet

GOHERR assessment · Goherr flyer · Goherr scenarios · Relevant literature: policy · dioxins · values


Exposure- response functions of dioxins · Fish consumption in Sweden · POP concentrations in Baltic sea fish · Exposure-response functions of Omega3 fatty acids

Methods Health impact assessment · OpasnetBaseUtils‎ · Modelling in Opasnet
Other assessments Benefit-risk assessment of Baltic herring · Benefit-risk assessment on farmed salmon · Benefit-risk assessment of methyl mercury and omega-3 fatty acids in fish · Benefit-risk assessment of fish consumption for Beneris · Benefit-risk assessment of Baltic herring (in Finnish)
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