The Nereus Program will be releasing key findings from the first four years of the program in its Future Ocean Research Report. This report, to be released July 1, 2015, will share scientific knowledge about the challenges and potential solutions for sustainability of future oceans. The primary focus of the report is on the interactions between CO2 emissions, oceans and the world’s fisheries. It aims to provide a concise overview of what’s happening in the oceans and with fish right now and what will be happening in the future.
This report will consist of seven sections, each representing a key statement of future oceans and the latest findings from the selected studies of the Nereus Program. Contents of this report are based on the scientific views and opinions of the members of the Nereus Program, all of whom are engaged in innovative research concerning marine systems and ocean governance.
Return to the Nereus Program website on July 1, 2015 to read or download the report.