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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

imageIn 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
Photos courtesy of: A/Professor Graham Edgar, Tasmanian Seafood Industry Council, Elivira Poloczanska, Dr Gretta Pecl, Dr Alistair Hobday