The LIFE + “SUBLIMO”program aim to analyze , monitor and reduce the loss of marine biodiversity.To understand the issues of the project, it is important to know the life cycle of fish.
Analyze biodiversity post-larval stage: this is a critical phase in the life cycle of fish, with a mortality rate of over 90%, due to predation and habitat degradation. The innovative technique proposed in the draft is to catch live fish species endangered or overexploited at a post-larval stage.
Halting the loss of biodiversity by supporting fish populations by rearing post-larvae, shore actions restocking (catch and release individuals) actions.
Follow the phases of repopulation (for released on micro-habitats) increasing the survival rate of juveniles to maintain or increase the local fish populations.
The project is thus possible to create a regional dynamic that can breed at European level. This project began on December 1, 2011 and ending April 1, 2015.