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PROJECT NUMBER • 2022-075
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COMPLETED

National Workshop to develop a regional collaborative plan to control the invasive Longspined Sea Urchin (Centrostephanus rodgersii)

The 2023 National Centrostephanus Workshop was convened by the Department of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania. The workshop brought together 130 representatives from industry, government, research, Aboriginal communities, recreational fishing groups, and the community to: • Identify...
ORGANISATION:
Department of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania (NRE TAS)
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2003-402
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Identification of natural mudworm species in South Australian Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas) stocks

Under a joint arrangement between Seafood Services Australia (SSA) and the South Australian Oyster Research Council (SAORC), a project was developed to investigate mudworm in South Australia. A minor mudworm survey was carried out in which between one and three dozen oysters from seven different...
ORGANISATION:
South Australian Oyster Research Council Pty Ltd (SAORC)
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2017-127
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

NCCP: defining best practice for viral susceptibility testing of non-target species to Cyprinid herpesvirus 3 -a discussion paper based on systematic quantitative literature reviews

This report based on systematic quantitative literature reviews aims to identify best practice for testing to determine the viral susceptibility of non-target species to CyHV-3. 
ORGANISATION:
University of Adelaide Roseworthy Campus
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2010-004
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Passive acoustic techniques to monitor aggregations of sound producing fish species

The need to optimise spawning success and survival of offspring by fishes has resulted in the evolution of a vast array of reproductive strategies, such as spawning aggregations. A spawning aggregation is defined by Domeier and Colin (1997) as, “a group of con-specific fish gathered for the...
ORGANISATION:
Curtin University
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2004-220
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Aquafin CRC: feed technology for temperate fish species

The report is presented in two volumes Aquafin CRC – Feed Technology Temperature Fish Species: Volume 1: Feeding Strategies and Volume 2: Diet Development. The volumes share common background, need, overall objectives, benefits and adoption, further development, planned outcomes,...
ORGANISATION:
NSW Department of Primary Industries
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