18
results
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2015-205
PROJECT STATUS:
CURRENT

Indigenous fishing subprogram: mapping livelihood values of Indigenous customary fishing

This report contains the results of the largest research project into Indigenous fishing values to date, documenting how and why use and management of marine resources is valued by and benefits Indigenous peoples and communities in three very different parts of Australia. The Indigenous Reference...
ORGANISATION:
Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS)
Communities
Communities
PROJECT NUMBER • 2001-309
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Community perceptions of fishing: implications for industry image, marketing and sustainability

A pioneering national study of Australian public perceptions, knowledge and attitudes towards the fishing industry, has been completed. It covers the commercial, recreational and traditional  fishing sectors, and also examines seafood consumption and factors likely to affect future consumption....
ORGANISATION:
Department of Agriculture; Water and the Environment (ABARES)
Communities
PROJECT NUMBER • 1995-178
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

The seafood industry and the environment: interference or legitimate public concern?

The seafood industry and the environment - interference or legitimate public concern? A two day workshop on the problems facing the Australian seafood industry in environmental matters, held at National Surveyors' House, Deakin ACT, on Monday 29th and Tuesday 30th January 1996.
ORGANISATION:
OceanWatch Australia Ltd
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2004-096
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

The development and production of EMS template documents for the salmonid, oyster and abalone aquaculture sectors in Tasmania

The aquaculture industry has become increasingly aware of the need to clearly demonstrate that they are adopting “best practice” in their operations to ensure there are minimal deleterious impacts on the marine environment from marine farming activities. At a national level the...
ORGANISATION:
Tasmanian Seafood Industry Council (TSIC)
People
PROJECT NUMBER • 2001-314
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

A review of current research needs of the south east trawl fishery

The South East Fishery (SEF) is a complex multi species fishery targeting 18 species managed under a catch quota regime.  The fishery involves both commonwealth and state agencies and is important in supplying fresh fish to tables on the eastern seaboard of Australia.  The research...
ORGANISATION:
AMC Search Ltd
People