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PUBLISHED 2 Nov 2018
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In this issue

Seafood’s smoke experts

The taste sensation that is smoked seafood has inspired a smokehouse revival in Australia and new opportunities for fishers to add value to their catches. We take a look at a few of those...

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Salmon get ready for their ‘flu shots’

A new vaccine holds hope in controlling an endemic virus that is challenging Atlantic Salmon production

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Seafood leaders pushed to excel

An expanded leadership program continues to provide participants with opportunities for growth

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Hands-on habitat

A project empowering recreational fishers to restore habitat is having a tangible impact on both inland and coastal environments

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Research reveals fishmeal alternatives

The search for more sustainable proteins in fishmeal has found some options for Yellowtail Kingfish feeds

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Eels alive

One Victorian business is working to rebuild international markets as the inland eel fishery recovers from drought

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Our fisheries in 2050

Models are providing researchers with predictive capability into the effect of climate change on Australia’s fisheries with implications for fisheries management

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Aligned aspirations

A new report maps the successful characteristics of Indigenous initiatives to develop fisheries

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Seafood sales value rises, volumes hold steady

Australian households spend an average of $14 a month on seafood to cook at home; there is room for improvement

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Majestic game species inspires a champion’s mentality

Game fishers with a real passion for Southern Bluefin Tuna are being invited to become Tuna Champions – experts able to seamlessly interweave sport, innovation and a duty to care for this iconic...

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Hooked on fish ’n’ chips

Our national judge lifts the lid on what it’s like to eat fish and chips for every meal, as well as what gave Western Australia’s Hooked on Middleton a winning edge

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Reef rescue a business and science pact

Survival skills take diverse forms for Victorian fisher John Minehan, from joining research projects and creating new seafood industries to consolidating workplace safety

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In brief

Fish 2.0 – Regional hub of seafood entrepreneurs and investors Australia’s first FISH 2.0 workshop held in Melbourne in October was attended by 16 groups of seafood entrepreneurs, with...

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Science briefs

TECHNOLOGY: Albatross surveillance

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Pictures of abundance

Camera technology lights the way towards improved stock assessments as researcher Tony Courtney discovers in his search for ways to better understand Queensland’s Scallop fishery

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A new generation takes on the challenge of change

Building on the work of the founders, Australia’s women in seafood are undertaking new initiatives, championing their contributions and helping to transform the seafood sector itself

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New wave of roving ocean observers

New technologies and an international partnership are advancing automated and unstaffed ocean data-collection tools, offering new avenues for understanding our marine environment

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Protecting Australia’s safe seafood brand

Finding a fit-for-purpose technology to address food fraud depends on what you are trying to prove or protect against By Catherine Norwood Although it is...

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Sea greens name challenge

To help Australian producers join international markets for marine plants, the FRDC is developing an Australian standard for aquatic plant names

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Fisher wellbeing in focus

Initiatives around the country are kick-starting conversations around mental health in Australia’s seafood sector

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