SnAP now online!

SnAP now online!

We are please to announce that the latest version of our Snapshot Assessment Protocol (SnAP)  is now online!  SnAP is a rapid assessment protocol for small-scale fisheries, with guidelines and templates for data collection and entry.  It is a work in progress, with next steps to be guided by feedback from users.  SnAP would be a valuable reference for students and researchers just starting to pursue research on small-scale and artisanal fisheries, and is part of the process toward coordinated collection of more standardized data.

SnAP can be downloaded here: http://safrnblog.wordpress.com/2013/09/30/snapshot-assessment-protocol-now-online/

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