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PROJECT NUMBER • 2002-434
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Proactive environmental management of commercial fisheries: closing gaps in supply chain management standards

New food safety standards applicable to the Seafood Industry align to new food safety legislation.  However, ensuring compliance to new standards can be problematic because the standards are impenetrable to most grass roots participants in the Seafood Industry.  A gap analysis comparing...
ORGANISATION:
Australian Maritime College (AMC)
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2000-480
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Preliminary study on the development of value added products from an under utilised shellfish resource

The introduction of the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas into Tasmanian waters has led to a large population of feral Pacific oysters. This resource is to the most part under utilised and generally viewed as a pest. Harvesting this resource would provide both social and environmental benefits. To...
ORGANISATION:
Australian Maritime College (AMC)
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 1995-102
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

The development of a selective longline system for the capture of Ray's bream

Ray's Bream is one of several species of Pomfrets that has been taken as a by-catch by Japanese longliners fishing for Southern Bluefin Tuna in Southern Australian Waters. Most of this bycatch has in the past been discarded. A well established Ray's Bream longline fishery exists in Spain. The...
ORGANISATION:
Australian Maritime College (AMC)
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