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Biological data and model development for management of longfinned eels

Hoyle, S., Hutchison, M., Sellin, M., Peel, D., Mayer, D. G. and Sumpton, W. (2005) Biological data and model development for management of longfinned eels. Project Report. Fisheries Research and Development Corporation.

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Abstract

Objectives:
1. Estimate population parameters required for a management model. These include survival, density, age structure, growth, age and size at maturity and at recruitment to the adult eel fishery. Estimate their variability among individuals in a range of habitats.
2. Develop a management population dynamics model and use it to investigate management options.
3. Establish baseline data and sustainability indicators for long-term monitoring.
4. Assess the applicability of the above techniques to other eel fisheries in Australia, in collaboration with NSW. Distribute developed tools via the Australia and New Zealand Eel Reference Group.

Item Type:Monograph (Project Report)
Business groups:Animal Science
Keywords:Final report ; Anguilla, longfinned eel, fishery model, eel fisheries.
Deposited On:22 Feb 2016 03:24
Last Modified:03 Sep 2021 16:44

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