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Oyster Report & Information Sheet

image  imagePeat Leith & Marcus Haward from the Marine Adaptation Network investigate climate adaptation in the Australian edible oyster industry with their final report entitled: Climate Change Adaptation in the Australian Edible Oyster Industry: an analysis of policy and practice.  For further information or to request hard copies of the above publications please contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Full Report
(PDF, 90 pages, 3.5MB).
Executive Summary
(PDF, 12 pages, 1.5MB).
Information Sheet
(PDF, 4 pages, 0.8MB).

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Australian Marine Stakeholder Needs in a Changing Climate

In October and November 2010, the Marine Adaptation Network held a series of focused strategy (‘roundtable’) meetings with key marine stakeholders across Australia to assess the concerns and needs of industry, government, and non-government organisations (NGOs) in attempting to reduce and manage the risks associated with climate change impacts on the marine environment and various marine sectors. A report was the outcome of focused strategy meetings with marine biodiversity and resources stakeholders across six states and the Northern Territory.

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The Adaptation Research Network for Marine Biodiversity & Resources is an initiative of the Australian Government Department of Climate Change & Energy Efficiency being conducted as part of the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility www.nccarf.edu.au
Photos courtesy of: A/Professor Graham Edgar, Tasmanian Seafood Industry Council, Elivira Poloczanska, Dr Gretta Pecl, Dr Alistair Hobday