Identifying key stakeholders and developing a roadmap for the risk assessment

Abstract: 

Escapes or releases of domesticated aquaculture fish pose a potential risk of adverse effects on native fish gene pools. The FP7 project AquaTrace applies molecular genetic tools, which will improve the ability for tracing farmed fish in the wild and for documentation of their potential effects on wild conspecifics. Based on the scientific insights the project provides a risk assessment and management recommendations concerning the genetic impact of aquaculture fish on wild fish gene pools. In the frame of the AquaTrace project, this document aims to identify the key stakeholders and to draw a roadmap for the risk assessment in line with the relevant work package.

Authors
Authors: 
HOFHERR Johann, MARTINSOHN Jann
Publication Year
Publication Year: 
2014
Type

Type:

Appears in Collections
Appears in Collections: 
Institute for the Protection and Security of the Citizen
Science Areas
JRC Institutes
Publisher
Publisher: 
Publications Office of the European Union
ISBN
ISBN: 
978-92-79-35277-5
ISSN
ISSN: 
1831-9424
DOI
URI
URI : 
Other Identifiers
Other Identifiers: 
EUR 26476
OPOCE LB-NA-26476-EN-N