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Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2011-215
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Resource access and resource allocation - guidelines

Issues surrounding access to fisheries resources and their allocation among competing parties go back to early feudal times in England where the Magna Carta was thought to be responsible for establishing the common law principle of the public right to fish in tidal waters, with fish being deemed to...
ORGANISATION:
PJ Neville and Associates
Blank
PROJECT NUMBER • 2017-122
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Review of fishery resource access and allocation arrangements across Australian jurisdictions

In 2010, the Australian Fisheries Managers Forum listed access and allocation as one of the top priority policy issues to be addressed in Australian fisheries. Subsequently, the Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (FRDC) formed a working group to examine possible approaches to access...
ORGANISATION:
Fishwell Consulting Pty Ltd
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2003-072
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Trophodynamics of the GAB: assessing the need for an ecological allocation in the SA pilchard fishery

Shelf waters off southern Australia support the world’s only northern boundary current ecosystem. Although there are some indications of intense nitrate enrichment in the eastern Great Australian Bight (GAB) arising from upwelling of Subantarctic Water, the biological consequences of these...
ORGANISATION:
SARDI Food Safety and Innovation
SPECIES
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 1998-213
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Sustainable development of Tropical Australia: R&D for management of land, water and marine resources

In May 1998, CSIRO Marine Research and Tropical Agriculture were commissioned by the Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (FRDC) and the Land and Water Resources Research and Development Corporation (LWRRDC) to undertake a six-month scoping study to examine opportunities for the...
ORGANISATION:
CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere Hobart
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2001-065
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Socio-economic valuation of allocation options between recreational and commercial sectors

Because sustainable use of fisheries-related resources is finite, the sharing or allocation of these resources is inevitable. It is also clear that allocation decisions can be enormously contentious amongst different stakeholder groups, may be politically difficult, and are typically a significant...
ORGANISATION:
Data Analysis Australia (DAA)
Industry
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