FISH Vol 27 4 Back to FISH magazine
PUBLISHED 1 Dec 2019
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In this issue

Consolidation, corporatisation and safety

As a long-time fisher, and current chair of the Australian Maritime Safety Authority, Stuart Richey reflects on the trends and challenges  for the Australian seafood industry and the safety...

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Doubling up on wild fisheries

Far from being a dwindling resource, Australia’s wild fisheries have the capacity to provide double the volumes currently harvested By Catherine Norwood In...

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Ancient cultures shaping new futures

Age-old Indigenous methods of fishing and resource management are combining with modern science to tackle fisheries challenges and provide sustainable futures for local communities

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The innovation frontier

The latest phase of innovation is one more in the long history of human development that has allowed society to progress as we find easier, more efficient and more productive ways to do things,...

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Rapid evolution is the solution

Recreational fishers have an important role to play in increasing the abundance and resilience of our fish stocks, says Andrew Roland, leader of Western Australia’s peak recfish...

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The science of making our own luck

In planning for the future of fisheries, the FRDC’s Managing Director Patrick Hone says asking the right questions and embracing change will be crucial By Patrick Hone, Managing...

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Future fish

The future is coming and with it comes change. We will each plan, prepare and deal with it in our own way. This ‘FUTURE FISH’ edition is our way of taking stock, highlighting some issues and...

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Capacity to create an enduring experience

With four decades of experience in the fishing industry, CEO of Austral Fisheries David Carter says the wild harvest seafood sector needs to keep the long game in mind if it wants to remain...

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Scenarios help focus on future strategies

A new approach is needed to prepare Australia’s fishing and seafood sector for a complex and technologically interconnected future By Matt Barwick and Gary...

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Briefs

Southern Bluefin Tuna documentary premiers

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Seaweeds beckon tomorrow's farmers

Beyond the populism of vegan superfoods, plastics alternatives and climate solutions, there is gathering research interest and financial support for seaweeds which could underpin a new...

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New players in the marine protein market

Advances in food technologies are creating ‘new’ products that cater to changing consumer trends, including a focus on the broader environmental impacts and welfare issues associated with food...

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World Fisheries Congress 2020: Creating a vision for the world's fisheries

From Indigenous fisheries to the latest technologies, the World Fisheries Congress in Adelaide will bring together diverse perspectives in research and practice

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Growth expectations

Aquaculture will bring technological advances and evolving workforce opportunities as the sector develops new species for farming, says leading Atlantic Salmon producer Frances...

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Make way for farmed bugs and lobsters

By Catherine Norwood

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Cultural recognition on the agenda

Indigenous philosophies of sustainability and reciprocity could be integrated into the management of Australia’s fisheries as a whole, says Stan Lui, chair of the FRDC’s Indigenous Reference...

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Sydney fish market redevelopment

The redevelopment of the Sydney Fish Market By Catherine Norwood  

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Australian aquaculture

Australian aquaculture is coming of age with increasing scale and diversity By Catherine Norwood

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The changing face of recreational fishing

Initiatives that target women and help build their confidence with the rod and reel are part of efforts to make recreational fishing more inclusive and to create a larger and more diverse...

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