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PROJECT NUMBER • 2017-164
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NCCP : 2018 Communications & Stakeholder Engagement Program

The present study, undertaken by Sefton Associates Pty. Ltd., was developed to investigate communication and stakeholder engagement in a manner that is professional, effective, respectful, accessible and transparent. The NCCP impacts a significant number of stakeholders, each with their...
ORGANISATION:
Sefton and Associates Pty Ltd
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2017-094
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

NCCP: Review of Carp control via commercial exploitation

The present study, undertaken by Charles Sturt University, was developed to investigate the potential for commercial, or subsidised, fishery exploitation to effectively control carp populations in Australia. Using published literature examples of fish (and other) vertebrate pest-removal...
ORGANISATION:
La Trobe University Mildura Campus
Communities
PROJECT NUMBER • 2018-189
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

NCCP: Socio-economic impact assessment and stakeholder engagement

The present study, undertaken by University of Canberra, was developed to investigate the potential to engender support for the recommendations included in the NCCP byassessing potential impacts of carp control on different groups, and ensuring key stakeholders are able to access, understand and...
ORGANISATION:
University of Canberra
Communities
PROJECT NUMBER • 2017-063
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

NCCP: Remembering a life BC #Before Carp ;a collection of stories from Australians who have been impacted by Australia’s worst freshwater pest fish – the Carp!

The present study, undertaken by Invasive Animals Ltd, was developed to address a need for incorporating living memory of waterway changes resulting from cyprinus carpio introduction into public discussion surrounding potential use of cyprinid herpesvirus (CyHV-3) as a biocontrol measure. There is...
ORGANISATION:
Centre for Invasive Species Solutions
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