2014, English, Book, Illustrated
National guidelines to develop fishery harvest strategies / Sean Sloan, Tony Smith, Caleb Gardner, Kelly Crosthwaite, Lianos Triantafillos, Brian Jeffries and Nathan Kimber.
Sloan, Sean, (author.)
Harvest strategies offer an effective fisheries management tool to integrate the ecological, social and economic dimensions of fisheries management into a single framework for fisheries management decision making. As evidenced by their wide use internationally and throughout Australian fisheries management jurisdictions, harvest strategies represent a best-practice approach to fisheries management decision making (FAO 2011; Smith et al. 2013; McIlgorm 2013). The National Guidelines aim to provide practical technical assistance to all government fisheries management agencies in Australia (State, Territory and Commonwealth) to develop fishery-specific harvest strategies and to facilitate a consistent and more harmonised approach across fisheries throughout Australia. The National Guidelines aim to help inform policy makers involved in thedevelopment of over-arching harvest strategy policies and assist in ensuring a national best-practice approach to the development of such policies. A national approach to harvest strategy developmentwill enable common challenges to be addressed in a consistent and coordinated manner, thereby avoiding unnecessary duplication of effort and resources, and ensuring more targeted investment inways to address common challenges.
Logos at foot of cover title: Government of South Australia, Primary Industries and Regions SA ; CSIRO ; IMAS, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies ; FRDC, Fisheries Research & Development Corporation.
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