The Convention on Biological Diversity provides a framework for countries to implement laws regulating the access, use and exchange of genetic resources, including how users and providers share the benefits from their use. While the international community has been preoccupied with resolving the unintended effects of access and benefit sharing (ABS) on domestication in agriculture for the past 25 years, its far-reaching consequences for global aquaculture has only recently dawned on policymakers, aquaculture producers and researchers. Using a systematic quantitative literature review methodology, we analysed the trends, biases and gaps in the ABS literature.
A systematic quantitative literature review of aquaculture genetic resource access and benefit sharing
Humphries, F., Benzie, J.A.H., Morrison, C. (2018)
Reviews in Aquaculture, online first 30 Aug