We'll all be Rooned (said Hanrahan)

April 2011
Ausmarine;Apr2011, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p12
Trade Publication
The author expresses his opinion on the declining condition of the southern bluefin tuna industry in Australia. The author cites several social and political factors that contributed to the current situation of the industry in the country. The author describes the proposed establishment of marine parks in the country as one of the more useless aspect of marine conservation. The author also discusses the findings of a report on the Environmental Management of Coastal Marine Protected Areas.


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