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Marine genetic resources: A review of scientific and commercial interest
Leary, D.; Vierros, M.; Hamon, G.; Arico, S.; Monagle, C. (2009). Marine genetic resources: A review of scientific and commercial interest. Mar. Policy 33: 183-194.
In: Marine Policy. Pergamon: Guildford. ISSN 0308-597X, more
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    Conservation; Genetic resources; Jurisdiction; Scientific research; Marine

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  • Leary, D.
  • Vierros, M.
  • Hamon, G.
  • Arico, S.
  • Monagle, C.

    Marine genetic resources both within and beyond national jurisdiction have been the focus of international negotiations in a range of forums in recent years. One recurrent theme throughout these discussions has been the absence of detailed information upon which policy responses to the emerging issue of the conservation and sustainable use of marine genetic resources (especially in areas beyond national jurisdiction) could be based. In an effort to address some of these knowledge gaps, this article examines the level and nature of scientific and commercial interest in marine genetic resources, including in areas beyond national jurisdiction. It also examines the changing perspectives of the scientific community in relation to the potential of marine genetic resources.

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