The aim of the Semer project was to study the evolution and adaptation of aquaculture and fishing practices regarding the repopulation of shellfish populations exploited in the bay of Brest. It was carried out by researchers from natural and social sciences from the LEMAR (Brest) and supported by the LabexMER (5000€).
The Tricode project focus was to decipher the making of indicators of sustainable management of coastal socio-ecosystems (SES) for public action and decision making. To do so an interdisciplinary approach was developed at the crossroads of social sciences of politics and marine environmental sciences in order to study and disentangle the network dynamics at stake. The project consisted of a case study of the BrIWA (Brest Iroise worshop area), and was coordinated by the LEMAR, Brest.