Fisheries Western Australia
The fisheries management framework of the 21st Century must not only be able to manage the level of exploitation by commercial and recreational fisheries, but also provide an agreed basis and process for changes in the way fish and aquatic resources are used and shared by this community. There is a clear need to counter inevitable pressure on stocks from the impact of a growing population, increasing coastal development and the demands of various key user groups. Unless we are proactive in dealing with the growing exploitation of fisheries along our State’s vast 12,000km coastline, it will be difficult to sustain them for the future.
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Coastal fisheries, Estuarine fisheries, Commercial fishing, Recreational fishing, Fishery management, Shared stocks, Allocation systems, Western Australia
Fisheries Western Australia. (2000), Protecting and sharing Western Australia's coastal fish resources. The path to integrated management.. Fisheries Western Australia, Perth. Report No. 135.
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