Grey skies, an icy lake, and the remnants of a snow covered ground. Welcome to Stockholm, Sweden in February; the location of the final SPACES team meeting, for many, a world away in both distance and temperature. Besides that fact that it was cold and dreary outside, the team made the best of it and had a successful and productive meeting.
The full team meeting lasted three days, while there were two days either side of the team meeting to work on specific publications in regards to fisheries, mangroves, and tourism. There were 27 SPACES team members present representing six different countries across the globe.
The final team meeting had three core objectives. Firstly to facilitate the production of academic outputs by working on existing papers, improving the engagement of team members on planned publications, and identifying priorities for future analysis. […]