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Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2019-103
PROJECT STATUS:
CURRENT

Strategic Planning Workshop for Yellowtail Kingfish Stock Assessment in South-Eastern Australia

The project facilitated cross-jurisdictional and cross-sectoral discussions on aspects of the Eastern Australia biological stock of Yellowtail Kingfish. Several knowledge gaps relating to biological and life-history parameters, as well as reliable data on the recreational fishery across all...
ORGANISATION:
NSW Department Of Primary Industries
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2019-021
PROJECT STATUS:
CURRENT

Integrating recreational fishing information into harvest strategies for multi-sector fisheries

This interim report provides an update on workshops with recreational fishers, scientists and managers to investigate recreational fishing objectives for three stocks of recreational importance in NSW – Mulloway, Yellowtail Kingfish, and Snapper. The study forms part of a broader research...
ORGANISATION:
NSW Department Of Primary Industries
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PROJECT NUMBER • 2018-125
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Evaluation of practical technologies for Perfluoroalkyl (PFA) remediation in marine fish hatcheries

Per- and poly-fluoroalkly substances (PFASs) are now emerging as pollutants with potentially catastrophic impact on aquaculture facilities. Two key research institutes, Port Stephens Fisheries Institute (PSFI) in NSW and Australian Centre for Applied Aquaculture Research (ACAAR) in Western Australia...
ORGANISATION:
NSW Department Of Primary Industries
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2016-803
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Future oysters CRC-P: New Technologies to Improve Sydney Rock Oyster Breeding and Production

Hatchery production of Sydney Rock Oysters (SROs, Saccostrea glomerata) is a costly and high risk activity for the breeding program and industry exacerbated by factors such as: reliance on hatchery conditioning, low fertilisation success using strip-spawned gametes, extended larval rearing period...
ORGANISATION:
NSW Department Of Primary Industries
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2016-802
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Future Oysters CRC-P: Accelerated Sydney Rock Oyster (SRO) Breeding Research

This project focussed on increasing genetic resistance of Select Oyster Company (SOCo) breeding program Sydney rock oyster (Saccostrea glomerata, SRO) families to QX disease and winter mortality (WM) disease. NSW DPI has worked collaboratively with SOCo to develop a SRO family-based breeding program...
ORGANISATION:
NSW Department Of Primary Industries
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