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PROJECT NUMBER • 1993-115
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Workshop on spawning stock-recruitment relationships (SRRs) in Australian crustacean fisheries

The relationship between spawning stock size and the size of the subsequent recruitment is fundamental to fisheries science. Without a working knowledge of the relationship it is not possible to know how heavily a spawning stock can be fished before recruitment levels begin to decline. Although...
ORGANISATION:
Department of Agriculture and Fisheries EcoScience Precinct
Industry
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2005-223
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Rock Lobster Post Harvest Subprogram: evaluation of alternative processing technologies applicable to crustaceans

This project has identified the processing parameters required to optimise rock lobster processing using atmospheric steam cooking to ensure increased weight recovery, reduced melanosis and improved post processing sensory quality.  The information arising from this project enables processors...
ORGANISATION:
Curtin University
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 1995-042
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

The influence of the Dawesville Channel on recruitment, distribution and emigration of crustaceans and fish in the Peel-Harvey estuary

The Peel-Harvey Estuary in south-western Australia covers an area of ca 136km2. The natural entrance channel at Mandurah is ca 5km long and opens into the north-western corner of the circular Peel Inlet, which occupies an area of ca 75km2. The south-western corner of the Peel Inlet in turn opens...
ORGANISATION:
Murdoch University
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 1992-071
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Live transport of crustaceans in air - prolonging the survival of crabs

We studied the live transport of crustaceans in air, using the spanner crab Ranina ranina as an example, and developed guidelines for handling live spanner crabs which we presented to an industry workshop. Our findings were also of general relevance to the live shipment of other oceanic crab...
ORGANISATION:
Department of Agriculture and Fisheries EcoScience Precinct
Industry
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2003-046
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Reducing uncertainty in the assessment of the Australian spanner crab fishery

Spanner crabs (Ranina ranina) represent a valuable single-species fishery in Queensland. Although a transparent and effective assessment process was developed some years ago for setting the commercial total allowable catch (TAC), additional information was needed to reduce some of the uncertainty in...
ORGANISATION:
Department of Agriculture and Fisheries EcoScience Precinct
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