FISH Vol 23 3 Back to FISH magazine
PUBLISHED 1 Sep 2015
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In this issue

Save the seagrass

Farmers and fishers have created new connections in a campaign to preserve the seagrasses that are an essential part of the aquatic ecosystem at Gippsland’s Corner Inlet By...

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In brief

Wanted: women with leadership potential

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Tribute to an aquaculture pioneer

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Standards help secure seafood confidence

Creating standards for the Australian fishing industry will help to ensure consistency and confidence in the way seafood is produced and marketed, ultimately improving sales and...

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New wave of seismic engagement

The heightened profile of seismic activity in Australian waters is generating new science about potential effects, answering some questions and dispelling some misconceptions By...

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Crop rotations in the zone

Research on the Great Barrier Reef has identified a sea cucumber harvesting strategy with global application

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Greening of WA’s seafood

Independent assessment of Western Australia’s fisheries confirms the green credentials of the state’s wild-caught seafood and pearls

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Delivering to the public on key challenges

Research, development and extension priorities for the next five years aim to ensure Australian fishing and aquaculture measure up to rising expectations for sustainable and ethical behaviour,...

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Fishing and management: a shared journey

Merging indigenous fisheries management and contemporary management frameworks provides an opportunity to get the ‘best of both worlds’

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Gas options to help prawns keep their cool

An award-winning refrigeration redesign is paving the way for new technology and a generational change in the Northern Prawn Fishery

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Flotsam and jetsam inspire art

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Students catch onto fisheries lessons

The new national curriculum requires school students to learn about Australian fisheries, and new resources are making it as easy as possible for teachers

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Nostalgia underpins restocking efforts

A new wave of support for recreational fishing, combined with technological advances, is allowing more native species to be cultured as part of stock-enhancement initiatives

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Making the most of rock lobster resources

Strategies to optimise use of fishery resources and adapt to changing industry conditions were a key focus of the biennial Trans-Tasman Rock Lobster Industry Conference By...

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Flatfish spearhead South Korea"s aquaculture exports

As host of the World Aquaculture Society’s 2015 annual conference, South Korea profiled the successes and challenges of its industry

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The transformer

Connecting with the community is a crucial part of Damien Bell’s efforts to ensure the long-term sustainability and social acceptability of his fishery By Melissa...

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Wine month revellers get a taste for oysters

Aussie Wine Month provided the opportunity for a range of local oysters to shine, showcasing distinct regional flavours

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Seafood CRC farewell

The Australian Seafood Cooperative Research Centre (Seafood CRC) officially opened for business on 6 August 2007 and the agreement with the Australian Government ended on the 30 June 2015. The...

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Growers sign on to premium oyster service

Creating direct access from farms to restaurants is providing growers with greater returns and the opportunity to showcase their best oysters

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A decade of excellence in culinary connections

There is nothing like seeing fish caught firsthand to understand the effort that goes into producing the best-quality product with the lowest impact For consumers and chefs, connecting...

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How to train your fish

Fish ranching with sound was among the diverse range of future possibilities presented at the WAS 2015 conference

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Fish health benefits undersold

From international policymaking to point-of-sale, fisheries need to engage in selling the benefits of their product

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Student awards for aquafeed impacts and SBT spawning

The Australian Marine Science Association provides a valuable forum for student researchers to present their work alongside that of experienced researchers A presentation of research...

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