The perception of aquaculture on the Swedish West Coast

  title={The perception of aquaculture on the Swedish West Coast},
  author={Jean-Baptiste Thomas and Jonas Nordstr{\"o}m and Emma Ris{\'e}n and Maria E. Malmstr{\"o}m and Fredrik Gr{\"o}ndahl},
Efforts are on the way on the Swedish West Coast to develop the capacity for cultivation of marine resources, notably of kelps. Given that this is a region of great natural and national heritage, public opposition to marine developments has been identified as a possible risk factor. This survey thus sought to shed light on awareness levels, perceptions of different types of aquaculture and on reactions to a scenario depicting future aquaculture developments on the West Coast. When asked about… CONTINUE READING
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