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Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2020-093
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Discussion Papers on seafood traceability and labelling

All food sold in Australia must comply with the Food Standards Code. Food label claims are subject to Australian Consumer Law, prohibiting false, misleading or deceptive behaviour. Australian seafood consumers face existing risks and confusion regarding species, nomenclature, and...
ORGANISATION:
Intuitive Food Solutions
Communities
PROJECT NUMBER • 2020-088
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Quantifying inter-sectoral values within and among the Indigenous, commercial and recreational sectors

This study explored the extent to which values are shared (or not shared) by fishers across three key sectors (i.e., Indigenous, commercial and recreational). The study was run online using Q-Method Software (https://qmethodsoftware.com), a semi-quantitative technique used to explore human...
ORGANISATION:
Natural Capital Economics
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2019-213
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Tackle Box - Fishing at home during Covid 19

This project examined the impact of Covid-19 on recreational fishing using a citizen science approach. The Australian Recreational Fishing Foundation (ARFF) teamed up with Infofish Australia Pty Ltd to use recaptures of tagged fish in Queensland and fishing competitions around Australia in novel...
ORGANISATION:
Australian Recreational Fishing Foundation (ARFF)
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2019-210
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Oyster Industry Response to the COVID19 Crisis

This project was conducted by Oysters Australia (OA) to identify ways of supporting the industry during the COVID-19 pandemic. The research was initiated in April 2020 at a time when oyster sales across the nation had dropped 95%. Oysters Australia staff and subcontractors conducted the...
ORGANISATION:
Oysters Australia Ltd
Environment
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2019-204
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Australian Abalone Growers Association Strategic R&D Plan 2020-2025

AAGA established its first strategic plan in 2015 for the period 2015-20. AAGA members now wish to develop a new strategic plan to inform further investment in our sector for the period 2020 to 2025 and beyond. AAGA and FRDC recognise the need for the sustainable development of the...
ORGANISATION:
Ridge Partners
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2019-183
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Options to effectively monitor and regulate recreational catch in the Tasmanian rock lobster fishery

This project was initiated to investigate alternative options to effectively monitor and constrain the recreational rock lobster catch, particularly in the East Coast Stock Rebuilding Zone.
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Blank
PROJECT NUMBER • 2019-146
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

National Recreational Fishing Conference bursary 2019

Introduction Over the 10th and 11th of December 2019, the Australian Recreational Fishing Federation held their biannual National recreational Fishing Conference in Hobart, Tasmania. The theme of this conference was “Our Fishing. Our Research. Our Recreational Future”. In response to...
ORGANISATION:
Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (FRDC)
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2019-142
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Resource Sharing in Australian Fisheries Workshop - Progress to Date, Lessons Learnt and Next Steps towards a harmonised approach

Resource sharing is a high priority for the Australian Fisheries Managers Forum (AFMF) with all Australian jurisdictions in the process of developing or having developed policies associated with this issue. Some have gone further and implemented resource sharing with limited success....
ORGANISATION:
FutureCatch Consulting
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2019-005
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Risk analysis to identify and minimise biosecurity risks arising from recycling bivalve mollusc shell waste during shellfish reef restoration projects in Australia

The assessment indicated that heating recycled mollusc shells in water to 80°C for at least 5 minutes would meet the ALOP for all diseases (despite uncertainly for some disease agents due to lack of information, as indicated by ?), and was within the ALOP for all pests of concern. This method...
ORGANISATION:
DigsFish Services Pty Ltd
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