BLUEFISH - Invasive species in the Irish Sea - BlueFish

The BlueFish Project is an Ireland Wales Territorial Co-operation Operation for the Irish and Celtic Sea, focusing on cross border collaboration, climate change and community engagement. The project will develop knowledge and understanding of the marine resources of the Irish Sea and Celtic Seas by addressing knowledge gaps regarding the effects on and potential vulnerability of selected commercial fish and shellfish from predicted climate change. BlueFish aims to provide region-wide adaptation strategies for the benefit of coastal communities through the transfer of knowledge, transnational expertise and best practice with respect to study and management of commercial fish, shellfish and aquaculture under a climate change context, and through the strong marine science partnership. BlueFish is a consortium led by Bangor University bringing together Aberystwyth and Swansea Universities in Wales, the Marine Institute, Bord Iascaigh Mhara and the University College of Cork in Ireland.

BLUEFISH Project Factsheet

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Funded By

Intereg Cross border cooperation Ireland Wales Programme


PI Prof Sarah Culloty, Research Fellow Dr Sharon Lynch


Climate Action, Healthy Environment