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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Seafood in Food Security: A Call for Bridging the Terrestrial-Aquatic Divide
Author(s): Stetkiewicz, Stacia
Norman, Rachel A
Allison, Edward H
Coffee, Peter
Crumlish, Margaret
Eltholth, Mahmoud
Falconer, Lynne
Kaminski, Alexander M
Leschen, William
McAdam, Bruce
Newton, Richard
Pounds, Alexandra
Schapper, Andrea
Young, James A
Little, Dave C
Keywords: Food security
Food system
Food and nutrition security
Issue Date: 2022
Date Deposited: 7-Jan-2022
Citation: Stetkiewicz S, Norman RA, Allison EH, Coffee P, Crumlish M, Eltholth M, Falconer L, Kaminski AM, Leschen W, McAdam B, Newton R, Pounds A, Schapper A, Young JA & Little DC (2022) Seafood in Food Security: A Call for Bridging the Terrestrial-Aquatic Divide. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, 5, Art. No.: 703152.
Abstract: The contribution of seafood to global food security is being increasingly highlighted in policy. However, the extent to which such claims are supported in the current food security literature is unclear. This review assesses the extent to which seafood is represented in the recent food security literature, both individually and from a food systems perspective, in combination with terrestrially-based production systems. The results demonstrate that seafood remains under-researched compared to the role of terrestrial animal and plant production in food security. Furthermore, seafood and terrestrial production remain siloed, with very few papers addressing the combined contribution or relations between terrestrial and aquatic systems. We conclude that far more attention is needed to the specific and relative role of seafood in global food security and call for the integration of seafood in a wider interdisciplinary approach to global food system research.
DOI Link: 10.3389/fsufs.2021.703152
Rights: © 2022 Stetkiewicz, Norman, Allison, Andrew, Ara, Banner-Stevens, Belton, Beveridge, Bogard, Bush, Coffee, Crumlish, Edwards, Eltholth, Falconer, Ferreira, Garrett, Gatward, Islam, Kaminski, Kjellevold, Kruijssen, Leschen, Mamun, McAdam, Newton, Krogh-Poulsen, Pounds, Richardson, Roos, Röös, Schapper, Spence-McConnell, Suri, Thilsted, Thompson, Tlusty, Troell, Vignola, Young, Zhang and Little. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY - The use, distribution or reproduction in other forums is permitted, provided the original author(s) and the copyright owner(s) are credited and that the original publication in this journal is cited, in accordance with accepted academic practice. No use, distribution or reproduction is permitted which does not comply with these terms.
Notes: Additional co-authors: Neil L. Andrew, Gulshan Ara, Gill Banner-Stevens, Ben Belton, Malcolm Beveridge, Jessica R. Bogard, Simon R. Bush, Peter Edwards, Joao G. Ferreira, Angus Garrett, Iain Gatward, Faruk U. Islam, Marian Kjellevold, Froukje Kruijssen, Abullah-Al Mamun, Birgitte Krogh-Poulsen, Belinda Richardson, Nanna Roos, Elin Röös, Tori Spence-McConnell, Sharon K. Suri, Shauntala H. Thilsted, Kim D. Thompson, Michael F. Tlusty, Max F. Troell, Raffaele Vignola, Wenbo Zhang
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