|Targeting European R&D for accidental marine pollution|In: Marine Policy. Pergamon: Guildford. ISSN 0308-597X, more
Accidental marine pollution; Oil spills; Hazardous and noxious
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- Garnacho, E.
- Law, R.J.
- Schallier, R., more
- Albaiges, J.
Accidental marine pollution can have major ecological and economic consequences at national and trans-national levels, and there is a need to achieve a better integration of science into actual decision-making systems to support prevention measures, response systems and management activities.. Effective linking mechanisms between R&D and end-users/policy stakeholders are required to ensure the relevance of R&D, effective uptake of R&D outputs, and suitable policy development. Different issues and barriers to effectively link accidental marine pollution R&D effort to end-users concerns and needs and to develop a trans-national strategic approach are identified, analysed, and further developed into recommendations.