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Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2001-029
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Studies of the growth and mortality of school prawns

Information about growth and mortality are important in the management of resources because these provide us with an understanding about the productivity of the target population. Estimates are used to assess the impact of fishing upon the target population and the effectiveness of various scenarios...
ORGANISATION:
NSW Department of Primary Industries
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 1995-020
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Mortality, growth and movements of the western rock lobster, Panulirus cygnus

The very high levels of exploitation in the western rock lobster fishery have resulted in the introduction of regional or zone-specific management arrangements in recent years. This is a permanent departure from an holistic approach to the fishery’s regulation. A detailed knowledge of...
ORGANISATION:
Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) WA
Environment
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2003-041
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Estimation of natural and fishing mortality using length composition data

The objectives of this project were to develop length-based approaches for estimation of natural, fishing and total mortality, and to explore the application of these methods to the data from selected fisheries. The methods that were developed were essentially length-based versions of age-based...
ORGANISATION:
Murdoch University
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2019-147
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Risk factors and management strategies associated with summer mortality in Australian abalone

In this project, we reviewed the scientific literature and collaborated with Australian abalone growers to develop a case definition for summer mortality. The case definition developed for summer mortality is as follows: i. Chronic mortality of unknown cause (if in doubt take this to mean...
ORGANISATION:
University of Adelaide
Environment
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