Annual meeting of the ICES Working Group on Social and Economic Dimensions of Aquaculture
As part of the Annual meeting of the ICES Working Group on Social and Economic Dimensions of Aquaculture (WG-SEDA), a joint workshop was held on May 17, 2019 to share the research being undertaken by the OFI Aquaculture modules with ICES, AORA (Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance) and OFI participants.
The primary goal of the WG-SEDA is to:
“[address] the question of how to balance the negative and positive socio-economic consequences of aquaculture development”. See below for links to presentations provided by each of the research modules for this annual meeting.”
The workshop was hosted by Module M at Dalhousie, and we were joined by three other OFI aquaculture modules:
Module L: New models of salmon health management
Presentations provided by OFI research modules as a part of this workshop can be accessed below.
Module lead: Dr. Matt Rise, Memorial University
Module lead: Dr. Jon Grant, Dalhousie University
Module L: “New Models of Salmon Health Management. Phase 1: Status of projects on infectious disease monitoring”
Module lead: Dr. Ian Gardner, University of Prince Edward Island
Module M2: “Studying Aquaculture OHS in Atlantic Canada: What do we know and where do we go from here?”
Module lead: Dr. Barbara Neis, Memorial University
Module lead: Dr. Charles Mather, Memorial University