In the frame of BSB319 Project ANEMONE “Assessing the vulnerability of the Black Sea marine ecosystem to human pressures”, during 14-18 September 2020, an online workshop on PRIMER 7 – intensive and extensive overview of statistical methods in non-parametric analysis of multivariate data will be organized.
Presenter: Dr Paul J. Somerfield (Plymouth Marine Laboratory)

This workshop will be offered online, so participants may attend from anywhere they wish. It will cater to both those who are new to PRIMER and to those who are “old hands”, but have not yet had a chance to get up to speed with the latest developments in version 7.

The National Institute for Marine Research and Development ”Grigore Antipa” Constanţa, Romania, offers a physical venue for workshop participants (bringing their own laptop), should they so wish. This workshop will be fully supported (including wifi), and all sessions will be mirrored (live-streamed to a large screen) for registered participants who wish to attend at the mirroring venue (NIMRD “Grigore Antipa”, 300 Mamaia Bdv., Constanţa 3, RO-900581, Romania).

To register, please fill out the registration form available for download from the PRIMER-e website ( and return it directly to [email protected] to secure your place. Places are limited. The Final Deadline for registration and payment is 9 September 2020. Late registrants will only be accepted if space permits.

For further information regarding on-site logistics at the Constanţa venue (e.g., directions, parking, nearby accommodation etc.), please contact the local organiser, ANEMONE coordinator Dr. Laura Boicenco ([email protected]

More details about registration, programme and fees at

PRIMER 7, Online (September 2020)

More details about the project development and outputs:

ANEMONE is funded through the Joint Operational Programme Black Sea Basin 2014-2020, Programme priority: 2. Promote coordination of environmental protection and joint reduction of marine litter in the Black Sea Basin, Programme priority specific objective: 2.1. Improve joint environmental monitoring, and will be implemented during 26.07.2018 – 25.11.2020.

(Last Updated On: August 6, 2020)