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Your fish. Your future. Queensland Fisheries Strategy 2009-2014

Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation (D, . (2009) Your fish. Your future. Queensland Fisheries Strategy 2009-2014. Project Report. Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation (DEEDI).

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Abstract

The Queensland Fisheries Strategy 2009-2014 sets the direction for the future of fisheries and aims to address some of the challenges impacting Queensland's fisheries both from within Australia and abroad.

Every year in Queensland almost a million people fish for a living, for recreation, or for traditional and customary purposes. Countless others rely on sustainable fisheries as the focus of tourism and other businesses - but there are major challenges for the fishing sector.

Fisheries resources are finite and under significant stress. Fisheries face challenges including the potential for over-exploitation by all fishing sectors, increasing consumer demand, a rising population, coastal development, the effects of climate change, biosecurity risks, import competition and rising production costs.

Item Type:Monograph (Project Report)
Business groups:Agri-Science, Fisheries and Aquaculture
Additional Information:© The State of Queensland, Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation, 2009. Copyright protects this publication. Except for purposes permitted by the Copyright Act 1968, reproduction by whatever means is prohibited without prior written permission of the Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation. http://www.dpi.qld.gov.au/77.htm. Enquiries should be directed to Commercialisation Unit SAFTRSCopyright@deedi.qld.gov.au or telephone the Business Information Centre on 13 25 23 (Queensland residents) or +61 7 3404 6999.
Keywords:Fisheries management; sustainability; protecting habitat; fish populations; conservation; marine and freshwater habitats; climate change; managing harvest; monitoring; fish stocks; ecosystems; maximising value; investment; fishing and related industries, recreational fishing; commercial fishing; aquaculture; Queensland.
Deposited On:17 Oct 2011 06:02
Last Modified:08 Jun 2015 15:58

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