The NCCP research program is in full swing, and the first round of community meetings is almost completed. This update provides some further detail on the research projects as they advance through their experiments and start producing preliminary results that address some of the key issues raised by the community.
The NCCP has been busy getting research projects underway and moving into our program of public consultation. Two independent advisory groups (science & policy) and two working groups (communications & operations) have been established to guide the process of delivering a plan at the end of 2018.
This early progress report explains the history of carp in Australia, the role of the NCCP, why carp are a problem, why a virus has potential, what other options have been explored, and what we need to know.