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Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 1999-215
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Links between seagrass habitats, piscivorous fishes and their fish prey

This project has increased our understanding of the importance of seagrass habitats to larger, commercially valuable, species of fish by combining experimental and correlative scientific principles. We found that many small fish use seagrass habitats for nutrition and to avoid predation by large...
ORGANISATION:
University of Melbourne
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2019-072
PROJECT STATUS:
CURRENT

Multiple - Before After Control Impact analysis of the effect of a 3D marine seismic survey on Danish Seine catch rates

The project is a four phase research program being conducted in the Danish seine commercial fishery off Lakes Entrance that looks to:    1. Examine effect of seismic testing on Danish seine catch rates of Tiger Flathead 2. Examine effect of seismic testing on Danish seine catch rates...
ORGANISATION:
Fishwell Consulting Pty Ltd
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2004-071
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

National Strategy for the Survival of Released Line Caught Fish: maximising post-release survival of line caught flathead taken in sheltered coastal waters

Flathead represent the largest catch of any fish group taken by recreational fishers in Australia and, after bream, account for the greatest numbers of fish released by recreational fishers (National Recreational Fishing Survey).  Flathead are taken around Australia, with catches concentrated...
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)
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