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Research Quotas for 2013 Announced

15 October 2012, at 1:00am

NORWAY - The Fisheries and Coastal Affairs department has allocated annual research quotas and requests that interested parties submit an application for a research quota for 2013 by 9 November 2012.

Research Quotas can be assigned for administrative research and monitoring, as well as other research to do with resource management and wealth creation. There must be a close connection between academic projects and research quotas.

Projects in the private sector may in certain cases be awarded research allowance.

Cooperation with established research institutions must be made visible.

The size of research quotas for 2013 are not yet established.

Interested parties are requested to submit an application for a research quota for 2013 by 9 November 2012.

Applications received after the deadline may be rejected.

Send application to:
Fisheries Regulation Section, PO Box 185 Sentrum, 5804 Bergen.

E-mail: postmottak@fiskeridir.no

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