The objective of this systematic map is to identify, collate and describe the published literature (peer-reviewed) that has reported antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in bacteria sampled from aquaculture food productions systems. It is envisioned that these studies can be used as an interim proxy for an integrated global AMR surveillance system. Data extracted from these studies will be used to generate an interactive spatial map to provide a snap-shot view of the distribution of AMR in relation to global aquaculture.


Project Collaborators

Justin Kemp – International Development Research Centre, Canada

Renee Larocque – International Development Research Centre, Canada

Armando Heriazon – International Development Research Centre, Canada

Jessica J. Taylor – Carleton University, Canada

Steven J. Cooke – Carleton University, Canada

Lisa Kelly – Carleton University, Canada



Project status – Ongoing

We are still in the process of collecting literature for this project. If you have any relevant materials please get in touch with the CEBC contact below.


CEBC Contact – jessicataylor3@cunet.carleton.ca