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Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 1997-111
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Catch-at-age, age at first spawning, historical changes in growth, and natural mortality of SBT: an integrated study of key uncertainties in population biology and dynamics of SBT, based on direct estimates of age from otoliths

The CCSBT has recognized for a number of years that a better understanding of the population biology and demographics of southern bluefin tuna (SBT) is necessary for improved population modeling and stock assessments. In 1996, the CCSBT Scientific Committee identified three areas where our...
ORGANISATION:
CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere Hobart
Adoption
PROJECT NUMBER • 1997-336
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Symposium on parasitic diseases of aquatic animals: 10th International Congress of Protozoology

A symposium on protozoan diseases of aquatic animals was planned as a feature of the 10th International Congress of Protozoology. Speakers invited for the symposium were: Dr Mike Hine, NIWA, NZ, an expert on oyster and fish diseases, Prof. Tim Flegel, Mahidol University, Bangkok, an expert on prawn...
ORGANISATION:
University of Queensland (UQ)
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 1998-205
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Construction and evaluation of an underwater setting device to prevent accidental capture of seabirds on tuna longliners

Longline fishing is one of the world's major methods of catching fish (Lokkeborg 1999). Some seabirds, particularly albatrosses and petrels have learnt to take bait from longlines while the lines are being set and when doing so put themselves at risk. If they either swallow the hook or become...
ORGANISATION:
Parks and Wildlife Service Tasmania
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 1999-361
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Development of a stock protection system for flexible oceanic pens containing finfish

This Project was funded by the Fisheries Research & Development Corporation(FRDC) for the “Development of a Stock Protection System for Flexible Oceanic Pens Containing Finfish“. The Project has been developed in conjunction with the Tasmanian Salmonid Growers Association(TSGA) &...
ORGANISATION:
Tasmanian Salmonid Growers Association Ltd (TSGA)
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