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    Authors: Garcia de Vinuesa Gutiérrez, Alfredo;

    [ES] En el mar Mediterráneo existen hábitats especialmente productivos como los fondos de maërl y de agregación de crinoideos, que son explotados en la actualidad por la flota de arrastre. Esta actividad supone un impacto que conlleva la fragmentación física de estos hábitats y provoca una pérdida de diversidad y cambios en la estructura de sus comunidades, afectando de manera directa o indirecta a los estocs de especies comerciales. El enfoque actual de gestión de la pesca de arrastre es ineficaz para corregir la degradación de estos hábitats, ya que está basado fundamentalmente en la biología de las especies objetivo, sin tener en cuenta las comunidades de los propios hábitat. Además, la respuesta de cada hábitat al impacto de la pesca de arrastre es diferente, debido a las diferencias entre comunidades y a las particularidades físicas de cada hábitat. Esta tesis centró sus esfuerzos en el estudio de hábitats de maërl y de crinoideos explotados por la pesca de arrastre, buscando su localización, cuantificando el impacto al que son sometidos, evaluando indicadores novedosos que ayuden a determinar su estado de conservación y su vulnerabilidad ante dicha pesca, y comparándolos con fondos fangosos, en general más conocidos y estudiados. Los indicadores utilizados fueron: (i) la supervivencia de invertebrados al descarte de la pesca de arrastre, (ii) la vulnerabilidad a la pesca de arrastre de las comunidades de infauna y (iii) los ácidos grasos de salmonetes (Mullus spp.) y sus presas. Los resultados de esta tesis, muestran una alta supervivencia para especies de invertebrados como Leptometra phalangium y Antedon mediterránea, típicas de los hábitats de crinoideos, o para especies objetivo de la pesca de arrastre en los fondos de fango, como la cigala (Nephrops norvegicus), cuya supervivencia mostró una acusada estacionalidad, siendo alta durante los meses de invierno y muy baja durante los meses de verano. Se encontraron importantes diferencias en la vulnerabilidad a la pesca de arrastre de la comunidad de infauna de hábitats de maërl respecto a la de fondos fangosos. También se demostró que la composición lipídica de salmonetes e infauna en hábitats de maërl es diferente a la de los salmonetes e infauna de fondos de fango, y que esta composición se puede relacionar con la pesca de arrastre. Basándonos en los resultados obtenidos, se proponen medidas de gestión que promuevan el equilibrio entre explotación y conservación, atendiendo a las particularidades de cada hábitat, como: a) implementación de mejoras técnicas que aumenten la supervivencia del descarte, b) creación de áreas marinas protegidas (AMPs) sobre hábitats de maërl, o c) ampliación de vedas temporales en hábitats de agregación de crinoideos [EN] In the Mediterranean Sea, there are especially productive habitats such as maërl and crinoid aggregation bottoms that are currently exploited by the trawl fleet. This activity has a high impact that entails the physical fragmentation of these habitats and it causes loss of diversity and changes in the structure of their communities, directly or indirectly affecting the stocks of commercial species. The current approach to trawling management is ineffective in correcting the degradation of these habitats, as it is fundamentally based on the biology of the target species, without taking into account the communities of the habitats themselves. Furthermore, the response of each habitat to the impact of trawling is different, due to their differences between communities, and their physical peculiarities. This thesis focused its efforts on the study of maërl and crinoid habitats exploited by trawling, seeking their location, quantifying the impact to which they are subjected, evaluating innovative indicators that help determine their conservation status and vulnerability to trawling, and comparing them with muddy bottoms, generally better known and studied. The indicators used were: (i) the survival of invertebrates when discarded by trawling, (ii) the vulnerability to trawling of the infauna communities and (iii) the fatty acids of red mullets (Mullus spp.) and their prey. The results of this thesis, show a high survival rate for invertebrate species such as Leptometra phalangium and Antedon mediterranea (typical species of the crinoid habitats) or for trawling target species of the mud bottoms, such as Norway lobster (Nephrops norvegicus), whose survival showed a marked seasonality, being high during the winter months and very low during the summer months. Important differences were found in the vulnerability to trawling of the infauna community in maërl habitats compared to that of muddy bottoms. It was also shown that the lipid composition of red mullet and infauna in maërl habitats is different from that of red mullet e infauna of mud bottoms, and that this composition can be related to trawling. Based on the results obtained, several management measures are proposed to promote a better balance between exploitation and conservation, taking into account the particularities of each habitat, such as: a) implementation of technical improvements that increase the discard survival, b) creation of marine protected areas (MPAs) on maërl habitats, or c) extension of temporary closures in crinoid aggregation habitats Memoria de tesis doctoral presentada por Alfredo García de Vinuesa Gutiérrez para obtener el título de Doctor en Ciencias del Mar por la Universitat de Barcelona (UB), realizada bajo la dirección de la Dra. Montserrat Demestre Alted del Institut de Ciències del Mar (ICM-CSIC) y del Dr. Josep Lloret Romañach de la Universitat de Barcelona (UB).-- 188 pages,figures, tables, annexes Peer reviewed

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    Authors: Quetglas, Antoni; Merino, Gorka; González, Javier; Ordines, Francesc; +5 Authors

    De acuerdo con la Política Pesquera Común (PPC), todos los stocks pesqueros europeos deberían situarse en un estado que les permita producir en base al Rendimiento Máximo Sostenible (RMS) en el año 2020 como tarde. El proyecto Myfish, financiado por el Séptimo Programa Marco de la UE, tuvo como objetivo construir un marco operacional para la implementación del objetivo del RMS como herramienta para la futura gestión de stocks pesqueros europeos. Este informe presenta el Plan de Implementación Regional para pesquerías demersales de las Islas Baleares (Mediterráneo Occidental) desarrollado en el marco de Myfish en estrecha colaboración con los principales stakeholders locales. El estudio pretende ser de utilidad como primer paso hacia el diseño de planes de gestión pesquera en el área de estudio y un ejemplo práctico de la implementación de la PPC en el Mediterráneo.

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    El principal objetivo del proyecto Waste4Think es pasar del actual sistema de gestión de residuos a un modelo basado en los principios de economía circular. Para ello, se integrarán y validarán 20 soluciones eco-innovadoras que cubrirán la cadena de valor de los residuos a través de: 1) Tecnologías de la información y de la comunicación (Herramientas TIC) para apoyar las operaciones diarias y la planificación a largo plazo, 2) Apps para fomentar la participación y compromiso de la ciudadanía, 3) Materiales educativos innovadores y juegos serios o formativos, 4) Herramientas de ciencia ciudadana para la co-creación de soluciones, 5) Mecanismos para promover cambios de comportamiento basados en instrumentos económicos y acciones sociales, 6) Soluciones descentralizadas para la valorización y recuperación de recursos de alto valor. Estas soluciones se implementarán en 4 áreas europeas de diferentes características: 1) Zamudio (España), municipio altamente industrializado con población dispersa y recogida selectiva a pie de calle, 2) Halandri (Grecia), área suburbana con alta concentración de negocios y un sistema de gestión de residuos simple, 3) Seveso (Italia), municipio residencial con un sistema de recogida puerta a puerta y, 4) Cascais (Portugal), ciudad costera y turística que implementará un sistema avanzado de recogida. El proyecto, formado por 19 socios, tiene una duración de 42 meses y cuenta con una contribución de la CE de 9 millones de €. Los objetivos principales son: un incremento del 20% en la tasa de separación, un ahorro del 10% en los gastos de gestión y una reducción del 10% en las emisiones de GEIs.

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    Authors: Garcia de Vinuesa Gutiérrez, Alfredo;

    [ES] En el mar Mediterráneo existen hábitats especialmente productivos como los fondos de maërl y de agregación de crinoideos, que son explotados en la actualidad por la flota de arrastre. Esta actividad supone un impacto que conlleva la fragmentación física de estos hábitats y provoca una pérdida de diversidad y cambios en la estructura de sus comunidades, afectando de manera directa o indirecta a los estocs de especies comerciales. El enfoque actual de gestión de la pesca de arrastre es ineficaz para corregir la degradación de estos hábitats, ya que está basado fundamentalmente en la biología de las especies objetivo, sin tener en cuenta las comunidades de los propios hábitat. Además, la respuesta de cada hábitat al impacto de la pesca de arrastre es diferente, debido a las diferencias entre comunidades y a las particularidades físicas de cada hábitat. Esta tesis centró sus esfuerzos en el estudio de hábitats de maërl y de crinoideos explotados por la pesca de arrastre, buscando su localización, cuantificando el impacto al que son sometidos, evaluando indicadores novedosos que ayuden a determinar su estado de conservación y su vulnerabilidad ante dicha pesca, y comparándolos con fondos fangosos, en general más conocidos y estudiados. Los indicadores utilizados fueron: (i) la supervivencia de invertebrados al descarte de la pesca de arrastre, (ii) la vulnerabilidad a la pesca de arrastre de las comunidades de infauna y (iii) los ácidos grasos de salmonetes (Mullus spp.) y sus presas. Los resultados de esta tesis, muestran una alta supervivencia para especies de invertebrados como Leptometra phalangium y Antedon mediterránea, típicas de los hábitats de crinoideos, o para especies objetivo de la pesca de arrastre en los fondos de fango, como la cigala (Nephrops norvegicus), cuya supervivencia mostró una acusada estacionalidad, siendo alta durante los meses de invierno y muy baja durante los meses de verano. Se encontraron importantes diferencias en la vulnerabilidad a la pesca de arrastre de la comunidad de infauna de hábitats de maërl respecto a la de fondos fangosos. También se demostró que la composición lipídica de salmonetes e infauna en hábitats de maërl es diferente a la de los salmonetes e infauna de fondos de fango, y que esta composición se puede relacionar con la pesca de arrastre. 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The current approach to trawling management is ineffective in correcting the degradation of these habitats, as it is fundamentally based on the biology of the target species, without taking into account the communities of the habitats themselves. Furthermore, the response of each habitat to the impact of trawling is different, due to their differences between communities, and their physical peculiarities. This thesis focused its efforts on the study of maërl and crinoid habitats exploited by trawling, seeking their location, quantifying the impact to which they are subjected, evaluating innovative indicators that help determine their conservation status and vulnerability to trawling, and comparing them with muddy bottoms, generally better known and studied. The indicators used were: (i) the survival of invertebrates when discarded by trawling, (ii) the vulnerability to trawling of the infauna communities and (iii) the fatty acids of red mullets (Mullus spp.) and their prey. The results of this thesis, show a high survival rate for invertebrate species such as Leptometra phalangium and Antedon mediterranea (typical species of the crinoid habitats) or for trawling target species of the mud bottoms, such as Norway lobster (Nephrops norvegicus), whose survival showed a marked seasonality, being high during the winter months and very low during the summer months. Important differences were found in the vulnerability to trawling of the infauna community in maërl habitats compared to that of muddy bottoms. It was also shown that the lipid composition of red mullet and infauna in maërl habitats is different from that of red mullet e infauna of mud bottoms, and that this composition can be related to trawling. Based on the results obtained, several management measures are proposed to promote a better balance between exploitation and conservation, taking into account the particularities of each habitat, such as: a) implementation of technical improvements that increase the discard survival, b) creation of marine protected areas (MPAs) on maërl habitats, or c) extension of temporary closures in crinoid aggregation habitats Memoria de tesis doctoral presentada por Alfredo García de Vinuesa Gutiérrez para obtener el título de Doctor en Ciencias del Mar por la Universitat de Barcelona (UB), realizada bajo la dirección de la Dra. Montserrat Demestre Alted del Institut de Ciències del Mar (ICM-CSIC) y del Dr. Josep Lloret Romañach de la Universitat de Barcelona (UB).-- 188 pages,figures, tables, annexes Peer reviewed

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    Authors: Quetglas, Antoni; Merino, Gorka; González, Javier; Ordines, Francesc; +5 Authors

    De acuerdo con la Política Pesquera Común (PPC), todos los stocks pesqueros europeos deberían situarse en un estado que les permita producir en base al Rendimiento Máximo Sostenible (RMS) en el año 2020 como tarde. El proyecto Myfish, financiado por el Séptimo Programa Marco de la UE, tuvo como objetivo construir un marco operacional para la implementación del objetivo del RMS como herramienta para la futura gestión de stocks pesqueros europeos. Este informe presenta el Plan de Implementación Regional para pesquerías demersales de las Islas Baleares (Mediterráneo Occidental) desarrollado en el marco de Myfish en estrecha colaboración con los principales stakeholders locales. El estudio pretende ser de utilidad como primer paso hacia el diseño de planes de gestión pesquera en el área de estudio y un ejemplo práctico de la implementación de la PPC en el Mediterráneo.

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    Authors: Alonso-Vicario, Ainhoa; Borges, Cruz E.; Oribe-García, Iraia;

    El principal objetivo del proyecto Waste4Think es pasar del actual sistema de gestión de residuos a un modelo basado en los principios de economía circular. Para ello, se integrarán y validarán 20 soluciones eco-innovadoras que cubrirán la cadena de valor de los residuos a través de: 1) Tecnologías de la información y de la comunicación (Herramientas TIC) para apoyar las operaciones diarias y la planificación a largo plazo, 2) Apps para fomentar la participación y compromiso de la ciudadanía, 3) Materiales educativos innovadores y juegos serios o formativos, 4) Herramientas de ciencia ciudadana para la co-creación de soluciones, 5) Mecanismos para promover cambios de comportamiento basados en instrumentos económicos y acciones sociales, 6) Soluciones descentralizadas para la valorización y recuperación de recursos de alto valor. Estas soluciones se implementarán en 4 áreas europeas de diferentes características: 1) Zamudio (España), municipio altamente industrializado con población dispersa y recogida selectiva a pie de calle, 2) Halandri (Grecia), área suburbana con alta concentración de negocios y un sistema de gestión de residuos simple, 3) Seveso (Italia), municipio residencial con un sistema de recogida puerta a puerta y, 4) Cascais (Portugal), ciudad costera y turística que implementará un sistema avanzado de recogida. El proyecto, formado por 19 socios, tiene una duración de 42 meses y cuenta con una contribución de la CE de 9 millones de €. Los objetivos principales son: un incremento del 20% en la tasa de separación, un ahorro del 10% en los gastos de gestión y una reducción del 10% en las emisiones de GEIs.

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