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Peer Review Status: Unrefereed
Title: A study of the prospects and opportunities for shellfish farming in Scotland: Final report
Author(s): Scott, David
McLeod, Douglas
Young, James
Brown, Janet
Immink, Anton
Bostock, John
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Citation: Scott D, McLeod D, Young J, Brown J, Immink A & Bostock J (2010) A study of the prospects and opportunities for shellfish farming in Scotland: Final report. Scottish Government - Enterprise, Environment & Digital - Marine Scotland. Produced by Stirling Aquaculture.
Keywords: Aquaculture
Issue Date: May-2010
Date Deposited: 26-Jul-2012
Publisher: Produced by Stirling Aquaculture
Abstract: The study was commissioned by the Scottish Government following the recent publication of the renewed "Strategic Framework for Scottish Aquaculture". The objectives were to: - provide Ministers with a better understanding of the industry - develop policy thinking for the new Strategic Framework for Scottish Aquaculture - provide evidence for the Strategic Framework Shellfish Sub Group - develop policy priorities for European Fisheries Fund awards - develop priorities for Research and Development - assist businesses with their own development efforts
Type: Research Report
Rights: Report commissioned by the Scottish Government (funded by Marine Scotland)
Affiliation: University of Stirling
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