The PRIMROSE project will develop a web-portal system providing a joint front end for transnational forecasts of harmful events for the aquaculture sector. In addition to the HAB forecasting, PRIMROSE will investigate forecasts models for microbial contamination. Reporting procedures will be standardised, and partly automated for an expert evaluator to have information available to make an accurate forecast.
The Marine Institute are the project lead in PRIMROSE. This project follows on from the successful ASIMUTH project, which delivers weekly HAB’s forecast bulletins to the Irish aquaculture industry. To view these bulletins, please click here. To help us to improve these bulletins, we would appreciate a few moments of your time in completing the following questionnaire, please click here.
Further information on the PRIMROSE project is available at www.shellfish-safety.eu
Download the PRIMROSE poster, recently presented at the International Conference Harmful Algae (ICHA 2018), please click here
ALERTOX-NET aims to develop a technology driven applied approach to make industries aware of emerging toxin issues stemming from potential environmental change, in order to ensure the delivery of better, safer seafood-products during the occurrence of naturally occurring toxicity in coastal waters.
The Marine Institute are a project partner in ALERTOX-NET
View the ALERTOX-NET website at www.alertox-net.eu
Download the ALERTOX-NET brochure, please click here