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Environment
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 1996-162
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Southern shark tag database

As part of the projects, all available tag release-recapture data available from shark tag releases during 1947-56, 1973-76, and 1990-99 have been validated and consolidated in the Southern Shark Tag Database developed in Microsoft ACCESS. The database is routinely updated and has facility for...
ORGANISATION:
Agriculture Victoria
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 1993-093
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Development of biological tagging techniques for penaeid prawns

The objective of this project was to develop novel biological tags for penaeid prawns.  The impetus for this research was the growing interest in Australia in the potential for stock-enhancement of penaeid fisheries with hatchery reared juveniles.  In any stock- enhancement program some...
ORGANISATION:
CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere Hobart
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 1985-071
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Redfish tagging study, New South Wales

The purpose of this report is to describe the methods used for tagging redfish and discuss the results achieved by the various segments of the project. In conjunction with the tagging study, data on commercial catches of redfish, fishing effort and catch length frequency were also analysed, and the...
ORGANISATION:
NSW Department Of Primary Industries
Environment
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 1997-110
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Age validation from tagged school and gummy sharks injected with oxytetracycline

The project ‘Age Validation from Tagged School and Gummy Sharks Injected with Oxytetracycline’ (FRDC Project 97/110) follows on from four successfully completed projects. These are the ‘Southern Shark Age Validation’ (FRDC Project 91/037), ‘Southern Shark Nursery’...
ORGANISATION:
Agriculture Victoria
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2003-051
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Developing tagging models and validating assumptions for estimating key fishery assessment parameters in rock lobster fisheries

Tagging is an important tool for estimating key fisheries parameters such as fishing mortality, natural mortality and growth. This project identified the need for future tagging projects to undertake preliminary studies to determine the impact of tagging on both growth and survival, and we developed...
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2003-002
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Spatial interactions among juvenile southern bluefin tuna at the global scale: a large scale archival tag experiment

Results have increased our confidence in the recruitment index based on the aerial survey in the Great Australian Bight (GAB) by confirming that the timing and duration are ideal, that the majority of juvenile SBT are likely to return to the GAB each summer, and that based on current evidence it is...
ORGANISATION:
CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere Hobart
Environment
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