The Apprentice

June 2010
Ausmarine;Jun2010, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p12
Trade Publication
The author talks about issues related to the Australian fishery industry. He describes a mackerel fishing expedition with a middle-aged longshore man. He points out the proliferation of European green shore crab along the Victorian coast from Melbourne. He cites the East Gippsland Lakes as a favourite target of self appointed environmentalists in the country. He says natural factors can be attributes changes in the condition of the East Gippsland Lakes.


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