Outputs: Case Studies

The Canadian exchange: the return exchange!Mar 2014
The optimal process of self-sampling in fisheries: lessons learned in the NetherlandsNov 2013
The Canadian Exchange Blog: Bridging the gap over the Atlantic OceanMay 2013
TheFishSite.comMay 2013
FishNewsEU.comMay 2013
24 Months On: Update from the Dutch case studyMay 2013
International InnovationApr 2013
Martin Pastoor’s Blog: Learning the Canadian wayMar 2013
18 Months on: Progress Update on Dutch Case StudyNov 2012
Wageningen University on GAP2Sep 2012


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