Accelerating the recovery of the European Eel

Scientific Publications

Illegal fishing (IUU) and export in European eels from Europe to Asia threatens the species survival and sustainable management. In collaboration with international partners from Science, Conservation and Industry, SEG monitors and analyses the glass eel trade market and collects evidences applying wildlife forensics (e.g. genetics, otolith microchemistry). Results support authorities and enforcements in counteracting illegal fishing and trade activity.

mail to: trade@sustainableeelgroup.org


First genetic evidence of illegal trade in endangered European eel (Anguilla anguilla) from Europe to Asia

Authors: Stein F, Wong JCY, Sheng V, Law SWC, Schröder B, Baker DM
Source: CONSERVATION GENETICS RESOURCES 8 (4), pp533-537, December 2016
DOI: 10.1007/s12686-016-0576-1


Illegal trade threatens European eel recovery

Author: Stein F
SEG Conference 2016


Eel market dynamics: an analysis of Anguilla production, trade and consumption in East Asia. TRAFFIC. Tokyo, Japan

Authors: Shiraishi H and Crook V
Source: TRAFFIC, Tokyo, Japan 2015


CITES-listings, EU eel trade bans and the increase of exports of tropical eels out of Indonesia

Author: Nijman, V
Source: MARINE POLICY 58, 36-41, 2015
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2015.04.006


SLIPPING AWAY: International Anguilla Eel Trade And The Role of The Philippines

Authors: Crook V
Source: TRAFFIC and ZSL, UK, 2014


Trade in Anguilla species, with a Focus on recent trade in European eel A. anguilla

Author: Crook V
Source: TRAFFIC Report prepared for the European Commission, 2010





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