Australian fisheries science on par with world’s best

Fishing boats at Port Lincoln Marina, South Australia. Credit: Jacqui Barker/ CC BY 2.0

International researchers at the Small Pelagic Fisheries Technical Workshop and Stakeholder Forum held last week in Adelaide have concluded that Australian fisheries science and management was on a par with the rest of the world.

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