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Shellfish News - Issue No. 32, Autumn/Winter 2011

Shellfish News’ is produced and edited by the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (Cefas) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra). It is published twice yearly (Spring/Summer and Autumn/Winter.

December 1, 2011


Included in this issue:

Readership survey

Articles

Horse mussel restoration in Strangford Lough

SAGB annual conference

ASSG annual conference

Defra research into the impact of waste water treatment on norovirus in sewage

Classification monitoring programme for England and Wales - annual review 2010-2011

Marine Conservation Zone project reaches a milestone

Oyster production within the multiple uses of estuaries

ICSR held in UK for first time

Announcements

Interactive map for marine planning

Socio-economic study

Safer shellfish

Mussel depuration report

Improved animal welfare

Project OSYTERECOVER

Environmental impacts of aquaculture

Jersey and Normandy lobster snaps up MSC certificate

Reporting alien and diseased lobsters

Dutch suspended mussel fishery sustainable

Dee estuary cockle fishery to be MSC assessed

Arran marine reserve shows benefits

New aquaculture centre

Scottish aquaculture award winners

Marine science boost for Wales

Another £560,000 awarded to English fishing industry

Oyster sales soar

Golf balls from lobster shells

News from Seafish

Social media, Project funding, Norovirus, Support

News from the trade associations

Shellfish Association of Great Britain (SAGB)

Association of Scottish Shellfish Growers (ASSG)

Monitoring reports

Biotoxin monitoring programmes and results for the period 1st April 2010 to 31st March 2011

Shellfish statistics

Shellfish production in the UK in 2010

World shellfish production

UK shellfish imports and exports in 2010

Research news

Shellfish in the press

Where to get help & advice

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