Long-term health effects, risk perceptions, and implications for agricultural markets: modeling consumption patterns for aquacultured seafood
Funding:  US Department of Agriculture, AFRI
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A project to investigate the consumer perceptions and purchasing behaviors in relation to their understandings of long-term health effects, risk perceptions, with an emphasis on aquacultured seafood.  SERI is a subcontractors for this project.  The project is based at the Department of Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, College of the Environment and Life Sciences, University of Rhode Island.  The PIs are Cathy Roheim (University of Rhode Island) and Robert Johnston (Clark University).

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