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Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2012-027
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Determining when and where to fish: Linking scallop spawning, settlement, size and condition to collaborative spatial harvest and industry in-season management strategies

Spatially explicit harvest strategies employed in the southeast Australian commercial scallop fisheries aim to buffer against recruitment variation to increase both production and continuity between seasons. As part of these harvest strategies, biomass surveys determine areas to be opened the...
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2014-032
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Improved understanding of Tasmanian harmful algal blooms and biotoxin events to support seafood risk management

The 2012 Tasmanian biotoxin event represents a paradigm shift for seafood risk management in Tasmania and Australia as a whole. The causative dinoflagellates are extremely difficult to identify by routine plankton monitoring, and are toxic at very low cell concentrations (50-100 cells/L). Sampling...
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2012-008
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Assessing the impact of marine seismic surveys on southeast Australian scallop and lobster fisheries

The present study, undertaken by University of Tasmania’s Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies in conjunction with Curtin University’s Centre for Marine Science and Technology, was developed to investigate the potential impact of seismic surveys on economically important fishery...
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2009-752
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Seafood CRC: overseas market access for shellfish

The oyster, scallop and mussel industries currently export product to the EU. Due to the periodic occurrence of Okadaic Acid (OA) and Saxitoxin (STX) group toxins in Australian shellfish the implementation of reduced regulatory levels would reduce the amount of product eligible for EU export....
ORGANISATION:
SARDI Food Safety and Innovation
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