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PROJECT NUMBER • 2018-016
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Improving data on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander marine resource use to inform decision-making

Through two national workshops, Indigenous community and agency representatives and researchers discussed issues around collecting, sharing and ownership of Indigenous fishing data. Challenges and opportunities were shared from all perspectives and expertise, knowledge and information came together...
ORGANISATION:
Department of Primary Industries and Regions South Australia (PIRSA)
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2017-109
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Development of Fish Health Indicators for the Gladstone Harbour Report Card

As the link between land and sea environments, estuaries are complex ecosystems vulnerable to human impacts, which directly and indirectly affect plants and animals, including fish. Fish are key biological indicators of environmental contamination, as they are water breathers, common in aquatic...
ORGANISATION:
CQUniversity (CQU) Gladstone
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2012-036
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Revitalising estuaries and wetlands for carbon sequestration, biodiversity, fisheries and the community

This project puts forward the proposal that stakeholders and government should concentrate on repair of the more developed coastal catchments around Australia where major investment and Australian Government leadership is required to re‐establish estuary productivity. It seeks to deliver multiple...
ORGANISATION:
Colin Creighton
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2004-091
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Aquatic Animal Health Subprogram: further research and laboratory trials for diagnostic tests for the detection of A invadans (EUS) and A astaci (Crayfish Plague)

Crayfish plague and epizootic ulcerative syndrome are two fungal diseases that affect freshwater crayfish and freshwater finfish, respectively. Crayfish plague, which is caused by Aphanomyces astaci, is exotic to Australia, but is capable of causing massive stock losses of up to 100% which would be...
ORGANISATION:
Murdoch University
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