Survey on COVID 19 impacts on aquaculture
[26 Feb 2021] UPDATE Survey’s results have been published and is signed by researchers from 54 countries and was published in the scientific journal “Reviews in Fisheries Science & Aquaculture” (DOI: 10.1080/23308249.2021.1876633). Including members from four continents (America, Europe, Asia, and Africa),. The title of the article is “The synergistic impacts of anthropogenic stressors and COVID-19 on aquaculture: a current global perspective” and can be found here.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is increasingly impacting on the global economy with unpredictable consequences, and the aquaculture sector is no exception. As such, we invite you to complete this survey (please do so until 22 May 2020).
The project is conducted by the University of Palermo, Department of Earth and Sea Science (DISTEM), Laboratory of Ecology, on the effects of the coronavirus COVID-19 on aquaculture, at a global level. The target is focused on managers, farmers, people belonging to associations, cooperatives etc. and the plan is to do a rapid assessment in the largest number of countries as possible, with the main aim to investigate the ability of the sector to react/cope with the pandemic event, and also to check for the main causes of economic loss (if any) by also asking if COVID-19 effects are being perceived as larger than other possible causes of economic loss previously experienced.
Your participation is essential and we invite you to complete the questionnaire below by answering some questions designed to evaluate the socio-economic effects of the pandemic on the sector and its operators. Evaluate ALL claims.
Here below please find reported the links of the survey in different languages.
Thank you for your collaboration!