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AFMA = Australian Fisheries Management Authority; CAPAD = Collaborative Australian Protected Area Database
Note: Fishery closures are copyright of AFMA.
Source: National Environmental Science Programme Marine Biodiversity Hub...
... through the Australian Fisheries Management Authority ( AFMA ), is responsible for commercial fishing beyond ... miles from the coast. Some fisheries managed through AFMA target fish stocks that extend into the high seas and ... ), which also identified some of the challenges faced. AFMA aims to implement an ecosystem-based approach to all ...
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State and trends of species populations and groups
State and trends
State and trends of marine biodiversity: Species Groups...
Effectiveness of management
Australia's formal environment protection system is broadly charged with the responsibility to deliver protection of the environment while providing for the ongoing...
... Document submitted to the 3 November 2010 meeting of the AFMA Shelf Resource Assessment Group. Canberra: Australian ... the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts. Canberra: AFMA, 2008. 88 Australian Government Department of ...
Australian Fisheries Management Authority
Commonwealth marine reserve
East Australian Current
exclusive economic zone
El Niño–Southern Oscillation
Environmental Protection and Biodiversity...
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