Australian fisheries

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N 338.30994 FIS
[Canberra, A.C.T. : Fisheries Branch, Dept. of Primary Industry], 1969-1995
Vol. 53 No. 10 (October 1994)
Includes October AFMA newsletter and R&D New at end of issue.
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Australian FISHERIES 1 , 3
Advertising 2
inside inside inside inside inside inside inside This issue 3
Features 3
Columns 3
Advertising 4
PAGE THREE AFMA Board up for election 5
catch lines An ‘ATM’ for ITQs 6
Biological reference points: setting limits for sustainable fishing 6
Closures to protect school sharks 6
Seafood Centre Manager appointed 6
BRS releases report 7
AFMA instructs Navy 7
AFMA raises redfish allowable catch 7
Management of non-trawl sector will help sustain resources 7
Which bank? A fish" bank! 7
talkback Surprised by research ‘breakthrough’ claims 8
Advertising 8
INDUSTRY SETFIA aims to consolidate 9 , 10
what's on? 10
Advertising 11
management UN conference seeks a legally binding agreement 12
Lasting impressions of fish market 13
FEATURE Industry has a say at BATEMANS BAY 14 , 15
About the 'Southern Surveyor' 15 , 16
Fishermen survey the 'Surveyor' 17
Advertising 17
RESEARCH Survey lends weight to gemfish claims 18 , 19 , 20
Advertising 20
marketing Queensland could do a 'Port Lincoln' on yellowfin 21
Time to act for the future of the NPF 22 , 23 , 24
catch watch South East Fishery 25
Catch versus TAC (1994) 25
publications Salmon and aquaculture 26
Shrimping in the US 26
Advertising 27 , 28 , 29
Advertising 31 , 32
News from the Board 33 , 34
R&D news Market strategy outlinednext comes the detail 35 , 36
Rock lobster management SA rock lobster modelling is a watershed 36
Fisheries Education Vital courses for MACs and managers 37
Project 71/2 revisited? 37
Information routes Cutting through a bureaucratic trade maze... 38
...and spotting green pressure on the horizon 38
AUSEAS now your info line 38 , 39
Reports New head for NSC 39
FINAL REPORTS FINAL reports are available from FRDC on these recently-completed projects: 39
More new projects New projects funded 40
IBM and Windows please! 40
All clear 40
Seafood progress Seafood catering manual recognises caterer is a VIP 43
Advertising 43
ON THE ROAD AGAIN... 41 , 42
Associations Australia’s dual mercury levels 44
Prawn promotion to show the way 44
Barra farmers’ new national association 44



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Australia. Fisheries Division & Australian Fisheries Management Authority & Australia. Fisheries Branch & Australian Fisheries Service. (1969). Australian fisheries Retrieved October 1, 2022, from

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Australia. Fisheries Division, Australian Fisheries Management Authority, Australia. Fisheries Branch and Australian Fisheries Service. Australian fisheries [Canberra, A.C.T: Fisheries Branch, Dept. of Primary Industry], 1969. Web. 1 October 2022 <>

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Australia. Fisheries Division & Australian Fisheries Management Authority & Australia. Fisheries Branch & Australian Fisheries Service. 1969, Australian fisheries Fisheries Branch, Dept. of Primary Industry], [Canberra, A.C.T viewed 1 October 2022

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  | author1=Australia. Fisheries Division.
  | author2=Australian Fisheries Management Authority.
  | author3=Australia. Fisheries Branch.
  | author4=Australian Fisheries Service.
  | title=Australian fisheries
  | year=1969
  | section=27 v. : ill. ; 25-30 cm.
  | issn=0004-9115
  | issue=Vol. 53 No. 10 (October 1994)
  | location=[Canberra, A.C.T
  | publisher=Fisheries Branch, Dept. of Primary Industry]
  | url=
  | id=nla.obj-752915583
  | access-date=1 October 2022
  | via=Trove

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