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Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2009-038
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Aboriginal fisheries in New South Wales: determining catch, cultural significance of species and traditional fishing knowledge needs

This report presents the results of a Fisheries Research Development Corporation (FRDC) funded study of Aboriginal fisheries in New South Wales. A key objective of the study was to address information gaps in relation to catch, cultural significance of species and traditional fishing knowledge (TFK)...
ORGANISATION:
Southern Cross University (SCU) Lismore Campus
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2016-201
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Indigenous fishing subprogram: Business opportunities and impediments for Aboriginal community development in supportive fishing industries in the Roper River to Robinson River area of the Northern Territory

This report provides an account of the Yanyuwa Traditional Owner-led project, Business opportunities and impediments for Aboriginal community development in supportive fishing industries in the Roper River to Robinson River Area of the Northern Territory which was grounded in a Participatory Action...
ORGANISATION:
Northern Land Council (NLC)
People
PROJECT NUMBER • 2008-326.38
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

People development program: FRDC Indigenous development scholarship - Angela Jeffery

The aim of this project was to develop a better understanding of Aboriginal fishing practices (past and present) through the development of educational materials. This was to be undertaken as on-the-job training while working at Fisheries Victoria’s Marine and Freshwater Discovery Centre...
ORGANISATION:
Agriculture Victoria
Adoption
People
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 1995-035
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Development of the egg production method to assess the blue grenadier stock in the South East Fishery

The blue grenadier stock is potentially the largest fish stock in the SEF, and following the decline in quota of orange roughy, the need to assess its potential became urgent. The stock has been surveyed using traditional trawl methods and acoustics, but both methods provide only 'snapshot'...
ORGANISATION:
CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere Hobart
Communities
PROJECT NUMBER • 2016-206
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Indigenous fishing subprogram: Business Nous - Indigenous business development opportunities and impediments in the fishing and seafood industry

The Business Nous Project (BN) research and outputs have been finalised in November 2019 with the completion of the website and workshop outputs and the project evaluation. The project delivered successfully on three of the four objectives with the workshop component of the project is being held in...
ORGANISATION:
Affectus Pty Ltd
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