The final report was submitted to the European Commission in early March, 2016. It will be evaluated in the coming 3-4 months. It contains a number of documents, the most extensive one being the Final Technical Report, including all financial documentation, as well as a detailed account of all project actions and deliveries.
Some of the results will not be published on this web site until they have been published in peer-reviewed scientific journals. What is made freely available now are a Non-technical report, a Layman's report, and an After-LIFE conservation plan. They may be used freely provided that LIFE Plus and Natura 2000 are acknowleged. The two latter reports can be found under Dockuments/Newsletters & Information, the first one at the bottom of this side.
The “Non-Technical report” targets national and international managers of the marine environment, as well as stakeholders and NGO’s. The “Layman’s report” is a brochure targeting the general public. The “After-LIFE conservation Plan” puts the SAMBAH findings into a broader perspective, from a conservation and management point of view.