1 edition of Resource assessments of Australian Commonwealth fisheries found in the catalog.
Resource assessments of Australian Commonwealth fisheries
|Statement||edited by Albert Caton, Kevin McLoughlin and Derek Staples.|
|Series||Fishery status reports -- 1998|
|Contributions||Caton, Albert., McLoughlin, Kevin., Staples, Derek., Australia. Bureau of Rural Sciences.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||175|
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Resource assessments for multi-species fisheries in NSW, Australia: Qualitative status determination using life history characteristics, empirical indicators and expert review. Of the 22 key fisheries assessed by the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) that exist wholly or partially within Commonwealth waters, nine are managed solely by the Australian Fisheries Management Authority (AFMA).
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Citation: Caton, A. and K. McLoughlin (eds.), Fishery status reports Resource assessments of Australian commonwealth fisheries. Bureau of Rural Sciences. The status of fisheries managed by the Australian federal government, or Commonwealth fisheries, were first reported in ‘Fishery status reports’ inwhen the management of Commonwealth fisheries was transferred to a statutory authority (the Australian Fisheries Management Authority) and an independent assessment of performance was by: The Department of the Environment and Energy was established on 19 July Throughout Australia, environment and heritage issues are also managed by other levels of government.
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