Science Advisory Group
The Science Advisory Group (SAG) provides scientific advice on knowledge gaps and key risks.
The SAG comprises nominated representatives from all affected states and territories with collective expertise in aquatic ecology, fish virology/epidemiology, water management, social science and human health.
The group has been instrumental in developing the Strategic Research and Technology Plan. The research conducted under this STRP will help the NCCP better understand to make informed decisions on carp control.
Members of the SAG toast the sign off on the Strategic Research and Technology Plan in Canberra, May 2017.
The group includes members from the following organisations:
|Queensland Dept. of Agriculture and Fisheries|
|CSIRO Australian Animal Health Laboratories|
|Primary Industries and Regions SA – SARDI Aquatic Sciences|
|NSW DPI Fisheries|
|Department of Agriculture and Water Resources|
|Arthur Rylah Institute|
|Office of Health Protection, Australian Government Dept. of Health|
|The University of Adelaide|
|Panaquatic Health Solutions|
|University of Tasmania – Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies|
|Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation|
|School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Sydney|
|Tasmanian Inland Fisheries Service|
|Aquaculture and Aquatic Biosecurity Branch, Department of Fisheries WA|