Project number: 1991-095
Project Status:
Completed
Budget expenditure: $44,153.00
Principal Investigator: John Glaister
Organisation: Australian Society For Fish Biology Inc
Project start/end date: 28 Jun 1992 - 31 Dec 1992
Contact:
FRDC

Objectives

1. To hold the annual workshop and conference for the ASFB
2. To hold workshops on Larval Biology and recruitment processes

Final report

Author: John Glaister
Final Report • 2017-09-29 • 241.60 KB
1991-095-DLD.pdf

Summary

The two workshops were hosted by CSIRO Division of Fisheries and enjoyed the professional backup of its excellent Hobart facilities. The workshop on "Larval Biology" which was held on August 20, 1991 was aimed at resolving concerns that fisheries scientists working on the same commercial species in different laboratories were having difficulty in agreeing on adequately staging and identifying larvae. This had implications from temperate to tropical regions and marine to freshwater habitats. It included groups as diverse as penaeid prawns, scallops, demersal finfish such as gemfish or orange roughy and pelagic finfish such as tunas.

Funding for the workshop and administrative resources was provided by the then Fishing Industry Research and Development Council, the workshop coordinated by Dr Don Hancock (formerly Research Director with W .A. Fisheries) and publication of the Proceedings provided by the Bureau of Rural Resources.

Final Report • 2017-09-29 • 8.47 MB
1991-095 Proceedings.pdf

Summary

Proceedings of the Australian Society for Fish Biology Workshop, which was held on August 20, 1991.

This workshop brought together national expertise to discuss issues of significance to the Australian fishing industry.

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