We’ve compiled what we hope will be some useful resources about the King Scallop, Pacific Oyster, Blue Mussel, Soft Shell Clam and the Native Oyster – all the species being studied in the CACHE project. You’ll also find other relevant resources about on organisations, shellfish, molluscs and other related topics.

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Associations and organisations:

Aquaculture Stewardship Council

European Commission – Fisheries

European Aquaculture Society

EuroScience

European Marine Biological Resource Centre (EMBRC) – training portal

European Marine Research Network

Ocean Acidification International Co-ordination Centre

Resilience Alliance

Scallop Association UK

Sydney Institute of Marine Sciences

The Malacological Society of London

Biomimicry:

AskNature

Biomimicry 3.8

Resilience Alliance

CACHE partners:

Centre for Marine Sciences

Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel

Museum National D’Histoire Naturell

Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences

Scottish Association for Marine Science

University Bielefeld

University of Cambridge

University of Edinburgh

University of Gothenburg

CACHE associated partners:

Association of Scottish Shellfish Growers

Coastal Research and Management

Ostrea Sverige AB

Clams:

Soft Shell Clam – general information

Clam clues and climate change

Climate Change:

Annually Resolved Archives of Marine Climate Change

General:

ABS Clearing-House – key tool for facilitating the implementation of the Nagoya Protocol – enhancing legal certainty and transparency on procedures for access, benefit-sharing and monitoring the utilisation of genetic resources 

GAP2 – sustainable fisheries project

Marie Curie Actions

The Nagoya Protocol – access to genetic resources and the fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from their utilisation

SeaData

Why oysters, mussels and clams could hold the key to more ethical fish farming

Journals:

Journal of Molluscan Studies

Molluscan Research

Mussels:

Blue Mussel – general information

Blue mussel beds

Ocean Acidification:

An Updated Synthesis of the Impacts of Ocean Acidification on Marine Biodiversity

EPOCA Project – Guide to Best Practices for Ocean Acidification Research & Data Reporting

Ocean acidification effects on shell growth and repair in the New Zealand brachiopod

Ocean acidification: How will marine life cope?

Oceans under stress

Outer organic layer and internal repair mechanism protects pteropod

Potential Socio-Economic Impacts of Ocean Acidification: An Ecosystem Service Approach

Saturation – state sensitivity of marine bivalve larvae to ocean acidification

Severe Arctic Ocean acidification via permafrost thawing and river runoff

The other CO2 problem

Oysters:

ARKive – record of life on earth – native oyster

Joint Nature Conservation Committee – Native Oyster (Ostrea edulis)

Pacific Oyster – general information

Marine Reserves Coalition

Publications and Newsletters:

European Research Council (ERC) Newsletter – research meets industry

EuroMarine E-news Summary November 2014

Scallops:

Bangor University Scallop Research

Fishing News International – July 2014 – Scallops feature

King Scallop – general information

Sustainability:

Don’t waste seafood waste