FISH Vol 24 1 Back to FISH magazine
PUBLISHED 1 Mar 2016
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In this issue

Positive outlook

With five years of funding secured and expanded capabilities, the FRDC’s 2014–15 Annual Report points to changes ahead

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In brief

Seafood sector honours Several well-known members of Australia’s seafood sector have been recognised in the 2016 Australia Day Honours List for their contributions in a range of fields....

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Southern Bluefin Tuna by the numbers

A new report advises how Australia can best meet its international commitment to report its Southern Bluefin Tuna (SBT) recreational catch By Melissa...

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Growth opportunity

Innovation has been crucial in developing a viable fishery and market for Australian octopus 

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Let"s keep an eye on the reef, BRUV

Recreational fishers, motivated by community stewardship, are helping to develop cost-effective monitoring options for a Western Australian artificial reef trial

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Purpose-built centre for large salmon research

Industry involvement drives ready-to-use research for Atlantic Salmon aquaculture

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Keeper of the faith

Suzie McEnallay shows there is still plenty of heart in the Wallis Lake fishing community on the NSW north coast

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Inshore challenges

Working with other sectors to prevent loss of access to fisheries resources is a top priority for Australia’s inshore commercial fisheries

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Success tied to cultural priorities

History, culture and country come together in the Yagbani Aboriginal Corporation’s Aquaculture Knowledge Partnership Project

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How to build Australia"s recreational fishing picture

A clearer picture of recreational fishing is expected to improve fishing management and the sharing of marine resources

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New ocean "property" to increase production

Proof-of-concept research in Tasmania is investigating the possibility of artificial reefs to increase high-value seafood production

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FRDC takes on a new design

A new office and new industry services are part of the FRDC’s changes designed to deliver on national priorities for the seafood sector

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Port Lincoln rides the tuna tide

From boom to bust and back again, South Australia’s Southern Bluefin Tuna industry celebrates its diamond jubilee this year

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Chinese get a taste for Australian seafood adventure

The chance to see where Australian wild abalone comes from is drawing the next generation of Chinese chefs to our shores By Catherine Norwood Twenty-five of...

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Options to go

From boxes of bulk seafood, new packaging technologies are supporting portion-sized serves and direct marketing to consumers

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Carbon Credentals

Austral Fisheries takes sustainability to the next level, investing in tree planting to offset the impact of carbon emissions from fishing

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Supply chains combine to test certification schemes

A new benchmarking tool offers the chance to test where certification schemes sit against international standards The Global Sustainable Seafood Initiative (GSSI) has launched its new...

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Value-adding to research perspectives

Economic skills continue to bring new insight to the seafood sector’s research and management

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