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Communities
PROJECT NUMBER • 2016-417
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

National People Development: Membership of PIEFA to support and encourage the teaching and learning in Australian schools of information related to the Australian Fishing Industry

PIEFA was established in 2007 with bipartisan government support following an extensive series of roundtables and working party meetings supported by the federal Minister of Agriculture. PIEFA became operational in April 2010 with support from the government, education and industry sectors. The...
ORGANISATION:
Primary Industries Education Foundation Australia (PIEFA)
People
PROJECT NUMBER • 2009-712
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Seafood CRC: future harvest theme leadership

The CRC has developed the Future Harvest theme business plan to deliver the following outcomes: Fisheries management delivering maximum benefit from the resource while maintaining stocks above sustainability indicators Novel management strategies in place which increase economic yield from...
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2005-241
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Progressing the recommendations from the scoping study report for abalone marketing and promotion

The Australian abalone industry identified a clear need to continue with the work done by David McKinna and the investigation into the Australian abalone industry, its markets, global production, abalone consumption and consumption trends and Australia’s position in the market....
ORGANISATION:
Abalone Council Australia Ltd (ACA)
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2006-243
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Aquatic Animal Health Subprogram: development of management strategies for herpes-like virus infection of abalone

In January 2006, a previously unknown herpes‐like virus was identified as being the most likely cause of mass mortalities of abalone (Haliotis spp.) in a number of aquaculture farms in south‐west and central Victoria (Hardy‐Smith, 2006). The disease caused by the virus was named abalone viral...
ORGANISATION:
Agriculture Victoria