FISH Vol 25 2 Back to FISH magazine
PUBLISHED 1 Jun 2017
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In this issue

The measure of success

Australia’s fisheries sector has improved its performance over the course of a decade, with a new analytical framework helping to target further gains

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In brief

Nominations open for industry awards

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Indigenous fishing values

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On common ground

A multi-faceted career helps Chris Calogeras represent a diverse range of fishery perspectives and ensure every voice has a chance to be heard By Annabel...

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Shark smart

Tracking technologies have given scientists and authorities new tools to aid in the quest for people and sharks to peacefully coexist

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Oxygen engineer wins FRDC award

An innovation award recognises potential uses in aquaculture for new oxygen generation technology By Tom Bicknell

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Quality assurance for fisheries science

Ensuring the quality of scientific information used to manage Australia’s fisheries and marine ecosystems is important in earning the trust of stakeholders and the community in the...

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Native properties in river clean up campaign

A range of measures in concert with the eradication of carp from waterways could provide the key to the restoration of Australia’s inland fisheries

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On the Atlantic Salmon Trail

An opportunity to investigate the supply chain of Atlantic Salmon with Tasmanian producer Petuna offers insight into the many players needed to bring Australia’s favourite fresh fish to our...

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Fisheries in the school zone

An online education resource is helping teachers to equip their students with knowledge about primary production in Australia

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One fish, two fish, your fish, my fish

In the contested space of resource sharing, economics can provide one means of taking the conversation forward By Sarah Jennings and Annabel Boyer 

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Best practise the focus of national "Gone Fishing" campaign

In the recreational fishing sector, there is increased emphasis on the ‘responsible’ behaviour of participants to underpin continuing access to the nation’s fisheries...

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Science briefs

Discovery Shrimp, you are here 

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Scholar discovers new value in consumer perspectives

An international study tour has helped put Australia’s seafood marketing in perspective for Abby McKibben By Catherine Norwood

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Resistance warranted

The Pacific Oyster industry’s determination to fight back after the incursion of POMS has received a funding boost By Gio Braidotti

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Mix 'n' match

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Memories made with the right ingredients

Fresh, local, high-quality seafood has helped create a successful formula for the most recent winner of the National Fish and Chips Award By Rebecca Thyer

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Fisheries in global push for sustainable development

The efforts of Australian researchers are helping to underpin the sustainable development and use of fisheries resources internationally and at home  By Gio...

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Road map for prawn recovery

International experience is helping Australia’s prawn farmers rebuild from the recent white spot disease outbreak. By Wayne 

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People's choice for fish and chips awards

There’s a new look to the National Fish and Chips Awards in 2017 as the FRDC promotes a new people’s choice category, which will run in conjunction with the National Seafood Industry Awards...

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