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Fisheries and Aquaculture
courtesy
Marine and Freshwater Resources Institute, Victoria
The Marine and Freshwater Resources Institute (MAFRI) is Victoria's primary research institute specialising in the natural resources of the marine and inland systems that underpin Victoria's fisheries. The Institute also contributes scientific information to fishing industries and for natural resources management nationally and internationally including:

Visit the Information Notes Series: http://www.dpi.vic.gov.au/notes/ Here you will find easy to read "Information Sheets" on a range of topics relating to Fisheries & Aquaculture, as well as Flora and Fauna, Forests, Landcare, Land for Wildlife, Minerals and Agriculture


Fish aquaculture research tanks at PIRVic, Department of Primary Industries, Queenscliff. Photo courtesy MAFRI.

Marine scientist attaching a fish tag containing
a miniature data logger to a snapper.
Photo courtesy MAFRI.


Retrieving nets for scientific research. Marine and
Freshwater Systems, Department of Primary Industries,
Queenscliff.
Photo courtesy MAFRI.
 
 
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Seaweek 2004 Home
1 Get started for
Seaweek 2004
2 Harmful Marine Debris
3 The EAC (East Australian Current)
4 Fish Fact File
5 Dugongs
6 Ghost Fishing -
Reducing the impact of fishing on non target species
7 First View - Giant Crab at home on the Slope
8 I live in the sea: Turtles the ancient mariners of the sea
9 I live in the sea: Sharks & Rays - they're more scared of us!
10 Sea stars
11 Marine algae
12 Sea jellies
13 Crustaceans
14 Echinoderms
15 Marine reptiles
16 Fisheries and Aquaculture
17 Whales & Dolphins
18 Protection of precious wetlands - success in New Zealand
19 Seaweek Discoveries in Vic Marine National Parks
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