FISH Vol 24 2 Back to FISH magazine
PUBLISHED 1 Jun 2016
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In this issue

Gulf model to manage marine interactions

New modelling of the Spencer Gulf marine ecosystem helps to identify how changes to one aspect of the ecosystem affect others

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In brief

Adelaide nets World Fisheries Congress

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National impact from Tasmanian POMS outbreak

A combination of research and proactivity provides hope in the wake of the latest outbreak of Pacific Oyster Mortality Syndrome

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Balancing the benefits of seafood

  A new SafeFish report highlights species selection for low-risk, high-benefit seafood By Gio Braidotti

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Bridge-building needed for Indigenous fisheries research

Face-to-face relationships help build trust, engagement and improve research outcomes for Indigenous communities By Annabel Boyer

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China warehouse secures new route to market

Sustainability of Western Rock Lobsters bolsters confidence to expand marketing operations in China By Gio Braidotti More than 90 per cent of Australia’s rock...

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US insights into localised supply chains

New perspectives on Australian performance and opportunities emerge from seafood summit

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Name change makes species' origin crystal clear

Market opportunities, international consistency and the identification of a new species can all trigger applications for a new or revised official fish name By Catherine...

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Health check to identify omega-3 gap

The newly developed Omega-3 Index can identify a nutritional shortfall that can be easily addressed – with seafood By Catherine Norwood

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FISH readers share their views

Readers provide feedback that will help to shape future issues of FISH magazine By Annabel Boyer

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Listening to the fish song

A better understanding of why some fish species ‘vocalise’ allows passive acoustic monitoring to aid management strategies

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Fisher experiences help align safety regulations

Practice using emergency equipment can pay off in an emergency at sea

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More species to expand key fish stocks report

More accessible, up-to-date information on the sustainability of fish stocks that aims to boost community confidence in Australian fisheries is on its way By Ilaria...

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Collaboration to maximise new aquaculture opportunities

Yellowtail Kingfish and tropical white-fleshed fish species are frontrunners in research priorities to develop new aquaculture opportunities for Australia By Joshua...

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Festivals celebrate seafood

Seafood festivals provide an opportunity to connect with the community and help the seafood sector tell its story, from the source to the final dishes served

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International endeavours

The Brussels Seafood Expo provides an annual snapshot of the global seafood market and opportunities

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Digital directions lead to a new e-fish frontier

From solid scientific foundations, the FRDC will expand communication efforts to the food-service sector

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FRDC"s new staff and Adelaide-based office

Additional staff boost the FRDC’s regional capabilities

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Model master

Creating models to test choices and consequences, Tony Smith AM has provided new tools for better fisheries management

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Early parasite detection research wins science award

Molecular detection of parasites based on water sampling offers an early warning system for fish farmers

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