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Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2018-047
PROJECT STATUS:
CURRENT

Barramundi origins: determining the contribution of stocking to the Barramundi catch on Queensland's east coast

Researchers from Queensland’s Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, James Cook University, and the University of Western Australia tested a range of otolith-based and genetic methods to identify hatchery-born from wild-born Barramundi. The project took place in the Dry Tropics region, where...
ORGANISATION:
Department of Agriculture and Fisheries EcoScience Precinct
SPECIES
Industry
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2017-247
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Wild catch Barramundi Workshop to explore future options to improve fisheries

1. Convene a Barramundi stakeholder workshop in Cains on June 29th 2. Identify and agree causes of market failure 3. Confirm participants who will be responsible for Actions agreed
ORGANISATION:
Queensland Seafood Marketers Association Inc (QSMA)
SPECIES
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2017-170
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Real time monitoring of water quality and mechanisation of pond management to boost productivity and increase profit

Maintenance of adequate levels of dissolved oxygen (DO) are critical for the health and production of aquaculture species. In barramundi (Lates calcarifer) pond aquaculture the use of 24 hr/7 day mechanical aeration via paddlewheels represents a significant energy cost to companies,...
ORGANISATION:
James Cook University (JCU)
SPECIES
Industry
Industry
Industry
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