Outputs: GAP2 Overview & Reports

My First Year at SeaNov 2013
24 Months On: Progress Update from UK Brown Crabs case studyApr 2013
SeafoodSource.comApr 2013
Lessons Learned from the Frozen NorthApr 2013
What the Fishermen Thought: VideosApr 2013
Quite A Few Men In A Boat: Norway-UK Exchange ContinuesApr 2013
Smolts & Saithe. First Day of Norway-UK Exchange.Apr 2013
Monty Halls Calls for CollaborationNov 2012
18 Months On: Progress Update from UK Brown Crabs case studyNov 2012
Talk on the Sustainability of Edible CrabAug 2012


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