Project Title:

Final Report - 2012-016-DLD - Demographic performance of Brownlip abalone: exploration of wild and cultured harvest potential

Project Number: 2012-016
Published Date: Jun 2017 Year: 2017
ISBN: 978-1-877098-71-0 ISSN: 2202-5758
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Principle Investigator: Lachlan Strain

Keywords: Brownlip Abalone, Haliotis conicopora, Tag-recapture, Aquaculture, Growth Model, Catch curve analysis, Per recruit analysis, Integrated length-based model

Summary: The report provides a comrpehensive evaluation of Brownlip Abalone biology and fisheries assessment to date. For wild populations, it has provided the most reliable estimates of natural and fishing mortality, size composition and the first to model growth throughout all stages of life. The project has also demonstraeted the species ability to be commercially produced in Aquaculture


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