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COPEWELL - THE END

The COPEWELL project ended 31 December 2015 and has now delivered its final reports.

The project that has run for 54 months involving 17 partners from 10 countries has achieved it’s main objective: To construct a knowledge base for a new integrative framework for the study of fish welfare based on the concepts of allostasis, appraisal, and coping styles.  The knowledge generated can already be found in 26 published papers so far, and we expect at least 20 more to come in 2016.  The COPEWELL web page will be continuously updated.

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New thesis

Sebastien Ferarri successfully defended his thesis at University of La Rochelle.

[16.03.16]
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Final meeting

The project is approaching the end and it is time to sum up our findings. The Copewell partners met in Bergen 12-14 November to discuss how our original hypothesis  compared to the results from all the experiments and data analysis, and to make plans for the final reporting.

[11.12.15]
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The COPEwell Project:

COPEWELL – A new integrative framework for the study of fish welfare based on the concepts of allostasis, appraisal and coping styles

Project period: 2011-2015

COPEwell leaflet (PDF)

Contact

Tore S. Kristiansen 
Project coordinator
Animal welfare