Seaweed on shortlist in co-culture trial

From Fish magazine, December 2016: Native seaweeds could be the next big thing in Australian aquaculture, as businesses look to diversify their income streams and improve water quality at the same time. Researchers at the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) have been investigating integrated multitrophic aquaculture. This describes the co-culture of organisms where Continue reading Seaweed on shortlist in co-culture trial

Genetic technology in the management of wild fisheries

From Fish magazine, March 2013: A new FRDC report examines the role that current and developing genetic technologies can play in addressing some of the key issues involved in the exploitation of wild fisheries. Genetic technology provides a powerful new tool to understand how wild fish populations live, grow and change, and help ensure the Continue reading Genetic technology in the management of wild fisheries

The early life of the West Australian dhufish

From Fish magazine, Fisheries Research and Development Corporation, March 2013: For a fish as prevalent and important as the West Australian Dhufish, its offspring have remained under the research radar for a remarkably long time. Endemic to Western Australia, the Dhufish (Glaucosoma hebraicum) is a favourite of recreational and commercial fishers. But, until recently, little Continue reading The early life of the West Australian dhufish