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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
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2016-023
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Sentinel sensors: revolutionising our understanding and management of the estuarine environment

This study, undertaken by CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere, examines the usefulness of mussels as sentinels for environmental change using a novel biosensor. This project measured the vital signs of heart rate and behaviour in sentinel animals, as they respond to multiple and interacting changes in the...
ORGANISATION:
CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere Hobart
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2014-032
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Improved understanding of Tasmanian harmful algal blooms and biotoxin events to support seafood risk management

The 2012 Tasmanian biotoxin event represents a paradigm shift for seafood risk management in Tasmania and Australia as a whole. The causative dinoflagellates are extremely difficult to identify by routine plankton monitoring, and are toxic at very low cell concentrations (50-100 cells/L). Sampling...
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2013-711.40
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Seafood CRC: new opportunities for seafood processing waste

This report summarises the research undertaken under FRDC 2013/711.40: New Opportunities for Seafood Processing Waste   Industry consultation and the development of a modified value chain analysis framework for new products from processing waste resulted in eleven industry case studies being...
ORGANISATION:
Curtin University
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