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People
PROJECT NUMBER • 2017-097
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Reducing bycatch using modifications to sweeps and lines anterior to the trawl mouth - collaboration with the Technical University of Denmark

Prawn trawling is among the world's least selective fishing methods and there has been a great deal of work done over the past few decades to develop modifications that reduce unwanted bycatches. Much of this work has focussed on modifications at, or near, the codend (at the aft section) of trawls,...
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IC Independent Consulting Pty Ltd
Adoption
PROJECT NUMBER • 2017-065
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Disseminating existing bycatch reduction and fuel efficiency technologies throughout Australia's prawn fisheries

Prawn trawling is among the world's least selective fishing methods, the unintended consequence being large quantities of bycatch. It is also a method that can disturb benthic habitats and use large quantities of fuel—a significant running cost for many fisheries. Issues of bycatch and fuel...
ORGANISATION:
IC Independent Consulting Pty Ltd
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2015-208
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Developing a National Bycatch Reporting System

Bycatch from fishing (the unintended, non-targeted organisms caught when targeting particular species or sizes of species) remains one of the most important issues concerning the world’s fisheries. And discards are considered the most important component of bycatch because they represent a...
ORGANISATION:
IC Independent Consulting Pty Ltd
Environment
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