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Cereal grains Oilseeds
Crop protection
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Improved Management of Rutherglen bug in the Northern Region

Rutherglen bug (RGB) is a migratory native species that causes occasional but significant damage to the grains industry. Impacted grain …

Multiple industries
Cereal grains Oilseeds
Crop protection
  • Led by

    Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC)

  • Start date

    30 Apr 2021

  • Research organisation

    Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)

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Wild catch fisheries
Fisheries technology
Research project

Identifying population connectivity of shark bycatch species in NT waters

Trawl fisheries are often criticised for their indiscriminate nature, catching a broad range of target and by-catch species. Increasing community …

Wild catch fisheries
Fisheries technology
  • Led by

    Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (FRDC)

  • Start date

    3 Dec 2020

  • Research organisation

    Charles Darwin University (CDU)

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Dairy
Research project

Climate change adaptation pathways for dairy

Responding to the risk of climate change includes both addressing exposure to climate change (acute and chronic physical impacts), as …

Dairy
  • Led by

    Dairy Australia

  • Start date

    1 Dec 2020

  • Research organisation

    Energetics

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Wild catch fisheries
Fisheries technology
Research project

Postgraduate funding - Population biology and dynamics of Yellowfin Whiting

The South Australian Marine Scalefish Fishery (MSF) is s currently undergoing transition with redirection of effort from primary species such …

Wild catch fisheries
Fisheries technology
  • Led by

    Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (FRDC)

  • Start date

    4 Oct 2020

  • Research organisation

    University of Adelaide

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Wild catch fisheries
Multiple technology areas
Data and AI Fisheries technology
Research project

Determining the spatial distribution and abundance indices for Moreton Bay Bugs, Thenus parindicus and Thenus australiensis in Queensland to improve stock assessment and management

Moreton Bay bugs are a commercially important fished resource in northern Australian coastal waters. About 600 tonnes of bugs is reported …

Wild catch fisheries
Multiple technology areas
Data and AI Fisheries technology
  • Led by

    Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (FRDC)

  • Start date

    31 Aug 2020

  • Research organisation

    Department of Agriculture and Fisheries EcoScience Precinct

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Wild catch fisheries
Harvest technology
Research project

Implementation of dynamic reference points and harvest strategies to account for environmentally-driven changes in productivity in Australian fisheries

All fish stocks are subject to some level of environmentally driven change in productivity, primarily recruitment, but also growth. Current …

Wild catch fisheries
Harvest technology
  • Led by

    Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (FRDC)

  • Start date

    30 Jul 2020

  • Research organisation

    Pisces Australis Pty Ltd

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Wild catch fisheries
Harvest technology
Research project

Determination of the impacts of direct harvest of coral species in northern Australia

Australia’s aquarium fisheries are high value (GVP >$20 million), small scale fisheries that rely on exporting CITES (the Convention …

Wild catch fisheries
Harvest technology
  • Led by

    Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (FRDC)

  • Start date

    31 May 2020

  • Research organisation

    Department of Industry Tourism and Trade

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Multiple industries
Cereal grains Oilseeds
Plant science
Research project

INVITA - A technology and analytics platform for improving variety selection

The INVITA AU project, leveraged off a similar existing initiative in Europe, will develop a platform for improving variety selection …

Multiple industries
Cereal grains Oilseeds
Plant science
  • Led by

    Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC)

  • Start date

    4 Mar 2020

  • Research organisation

    The University of Queensland (UQ)

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Wild catch fisheries
Research project

Modelling environmental changes and effects on wild-caught species in Queensland

A better understanding of the impacts of environmental drivers on the population dynamics and abundance of key fishery species can …

Wild catch fisheries
  • Led by

    Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (FRDC)

  • Start date

    19 Nov 2019

  • Research organisation

    University of Queensland (UQ)

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Wild catch fisheries
Research project

Estimating the biomass of fish stocks using novel and efficient genetic techniques

Australia’s commercial and recreational fisheries are annually valued at in excess of $2.5 and 2.6 billion but, despite their undeniable importance, …

Wild catch fisheries
  • Led by

    Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (FRDC)

  • Start date

    3 Nov 2019

  • Research organisation

    NSW Department of Primary Industries

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Wild catch fisheries
Fisheries technology
Research project

Understanding the demography and stock structure of Victorian pipis

Victoria’s commercial pipi fishery has experienced rapid growth (e.g. from <1 tonne harvested at Discovery Bay in 2008/09 to 90 …

Wild catch fisheries
Fisheries technology
  • Led by

    Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (FRDC)

  • Start date

    25 Jul 2019

  • Research organisation

    The University of Melbourne

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