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PROJECT NUMBER • 2000-241
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Hatchery feeds workshop

With the expansion of aquaculture in Australia there is a need to improve coordination between and within both the R&D and industry sectors with regard to the study of hatchery feeds, and to identify opportunities and priorities for future research. The recent world shortage of the brine shrimp...
ORGANISATION:
Australian Institute Of Marine Science (AIMS)
Industry
Adoption
PROJECT NUMBER • 1999-335
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Seventh international symposium on genetics in aquaculture

The successful staging of the Seventh International Symposium on Genetics in Aquaculture, the premier international conference for genetic experts specializing in Aquaculture, for the first time in the southern hemisphere, has led to greater exposure of the Australian Aquaculture Industries to that...
ORGANISATION:
Australian Institute Of Marine Science (AIMS)
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 1998-133
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Stock size of beche-de-mer, and recruitment patterns and gene flow in the black teatfish on the Great Barrier Reef

The main purpose of the project was to provide biological data urgently needed for a sustainable management of the black teatfish fishery in the Great Barrier Reef (GBR); The principal goals were: 1) to estimate the standing stock of the black teatfish and estimate densities of other bêche-de-mer...
ORGANISATION:
Australian Institute Of Marine Science (AIMS)
Industry
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 1995-166
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

High quality eggs and nauplii for the Australian prawn industry.

Prawn farming is the most valuable aquaculture sector in Queensland and is a priority development industry for the State Government. Marine prawns have provided the major growth in this industry with a value of $37 million in 2000/01, or over 66% of the value of Queensland aquaculture. Nevertheless...
ORGANISATION:
Australian Institute Of Marine Science (AIMS)
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