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December 2010
Ausmarine;Dec2010, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p12
Trade Publication
The article focuses on fisheries management in Australia. It cites the position of a high ranking government fisheries administrator for purse seiners to cease shooting its gear when dolphins appear, for snappers not to be fished by trawlers, and for them not to be landed in Lakes Entrance. It references an article on economic profit as key to sustainable fisheries. The Draft Gippsland Fishery Management Plan is presented with focus on strategies that include responsible fishing behaviour.


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