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Changes to list of approved VMS units in Commonwealth fisheries
Saving our oceans – why answer is not locking 30 percent up
Project grants set to help restore fisheries habitats
Marine conservationists highlight concerns in fish stocks report
Chair sought for Management Advisory Committee – Bass Strait Central Zone Scallop Fishery
How top predators and fisheries can survive on same prey
ETBF seabird mmitigation and reporting requirements
CSIRO busts evidence of illegal fishing and associated crime
Australian fisheries stocks continue to be sustainably managed
Fishery status reports released
Global census reveals reef shark status, need for improved conservation management
Multi-country operation monitoring high seas fishing in South Pacific Ocean
Rock oyster research moves to Pilbara
Marine biodiversity reshuffles under warmer and sea ice-free Pacific Arctic
How future fish stocks are affected by phytoplankton and iron uptake
Marine biodiversity reshuffles under warmer and sea ice-free Pacific Arctic
Potential for fisheries co-management shaped by interplay between formal, informal institutions
Four dead dugongs in Queensland “tragic and highly suspicious”
Public Call for Research Proposals for potential AFMA funding in 2021-22
October round of fisheries decisions
Working together to remove marine threats
72nd AFMA Commission Meeting – Chairman’s summary
Cameras rolled out further across fishing fleet
Taking Stock of Salmon Survival, Dams and Science
Are Australian Marine Parks displayed on your navigational plotter?
National Compliance and Enforcement Program 2020-21
Sustainability certification achieved through our Marine Parks grants
How food from sea has limitless potential – with caveats
OU Receives $20 Million Grant to Lead Inaugural National Science Foundation Artificial Intelligence Institute
Using Psychology and Marine Studies to manage fisheries
Video tapes of David Attenborough and Les Hiddins led to an evolving career in fisheries
If sustainably managed, wild fisheries and mariculture could help meet rising demand for food in long term
Fishing licence fees fund 12 projects worth $1 million
Funding Boost For Local Fishing Projects
From studying marine biology in Townsville to managing fisheries in Torres Strait
Studying Environmental Science led to a career as a Fisheries Officer
Application period for Environment/Conservation Member for Management Advisory Committee extended
How fish stocks will change in warming seas
Information sharing with regional partners aims to reel in transnational crime syndicates
Recreational sea anglers are calling for greater consideration of their needs and better regulation of commercial
Cuttlefish at record high numbers in SA
Tiger prawn time in Northern Prawn Fishery
Improved traceability in Bass Strait Central Zone Scallops Fishery
Report exposes rampant illegal fishing in North Korean waters
Environment/Conservation Member sought for Management Advisory Committee
Popular seafood species in sharp decline around world
COVID-19 and Brexit can help recovery of UK fish stocks
$10 million levy life-line delivered to Commonwealth fishers