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Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 1994-040
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Habitat and fisheries production in the South East Fishery ecosystem

In 1994 CSIRO and FRDC started a 5-year ecosystem study of the southeastern Australian continental shelf. Fisheries management in this area is currently based on individual species. Our goal was to identify ecosystem features that could extend the data available to manage the fisheries in this...
ORGANISATION:
CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere Hobart
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2005-063
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Development of an ecosystem approach to the monitoring and management of Western Australian fisheries

Diversity and ecosystem-based indicators were calculated for commercial finfish fisheries from 1976 to 2005 for the West Coast, South Coast, Gascoyne, Pilbara and Kimberley bioregions. The ecosystem-based indices, which detect changes in the species composition of the food web within the ecosystem,...
ORGANISATION:
Murdoch University
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2017-175
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Linking ecosystem services to the profitability of prawn fisheries linked to 2017-188

The FRDC Project 2017-175 Linking ecosystem services to the profitability of prawn fisheries delivered new methods, data and indicators to a case study on prawn fisheries in a broader project entitled Lifting farm gate profits: the role of natural capital accounts (RnD4Profit-16-03-003). This FRDC...
ORGANISATION:
CSIRO Land and Water Canberra
Adoption
PROJECT NUMBER • 2018-191
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Travel bursary: Symposium on Responsible Fishing Technology for Healthy Ecosystems and Clean Environment

The Award recipient participated in the annual ICES-FAO Fishing Technology and Fish Behaviour Working Group (ICES-FAO WGFTFB) meeting on April 8 - 12, 2019. This meeting was hosted by Shanghai Ocean University, Shanghai, China, although each year the meeting is held in a different location. The...
ORGANISATION:
Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (FRDC)
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PROJECT NUMBER • 2018-070
PROJECT STATUS:
CURRENT

Opportunities and impacts of range extending scalefish species: understanding population dynamics, ecosystem impacts and management needs

This work set out to quantify the biology and diet of three key range-shifting species in Tasmania with both recreational and commercial fishery value. The project was heavily reliant on engagement from the recreational fishing community and multiple citizen science initiatives, as well as...
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)
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Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 1995-055.91
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Marketing research priorities for fishery ecosystem protection

The publication A Review and Synthesis of Australian Fisheries Habitat Research, by Mike Cappo, resulted from a three-year review of fisheries habitat research. The report identified the stressors and responses that characterise fisheries habitats. The FRDC requested AIMS to design a marketing...
ORGANISATION:
Australian Institute Of Marine Science (AIMS)
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