Stable isotopes versus DNA-based tools: can we use these methods to identify commercial fish stocks?

The Seafish Common Language Group meeting Wednesday June 27, 2018, I had the chance to take part in the Seafish Common Language Group (CLG) meeting in London where fascinating topics were discussed ranging from the role of science-based methods in product integrity to addressing the risks and mitigation measures of marine litter. I would need more than one blog post to talk about the presentations and engaging discussions that followed. Here, I wanted to address a topic that is closely related to what I will be focusing on during my PhD thesis, the traceability of fish stocks using science-based tools. I was therefore particularly curious to hear what Stewart Whitehead from Oritain and Clive

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