Mobilisation of data to stakeholder communities: Bridging the research-practice gap using a commercial shellfish species model

Kate Mahony, Sarah Culloty, Alice Fitch, Sara Cabral, Mélanie Rocroy, Xavier De Montaudouin, Sharon Lynch, Sian Egerton & Luísa Magalhães
Knowledge mobilisation is required to “bridge the gap” between research, policy and practice. This activity is dependent on the amount, richness and quality of the data published. To understand the impact of a changing climate on commercial species, stakeholder communities require better knowledge of their past and current situations. The common cockle (Cerastoderma edule) is an excellent model species for this type of analysis, as it is well-studied due to its cultural, commercial and ecological...
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