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A Rapid Assessment Study on Biofouling Management and Invasive Aquatic Species in the East Asian Seas Region

Publication Date: 
Saturday, July 31, 2021
Publication Type: 
Only Available Online

This regional stock taking report on the state of biofouling management and approaches in the EAS region served as one of the reference materials of the awareness raising seminar on the issue of minimizing the transfer of invasive aquatic species through biofouling and exchange information and knowledge on biofouling management and approaches in countries in the region. The activity is part of a series of actions that will lead to examining options for regional cooperation and the coordination of biofouling management measures and developing a strategy to promote regional harmonization of biofouling management.

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