Fisheries Management Paper No. 271
Western Australian Department of Fisheries
Harvest strategies establish the decision rules that determine the appropriate harvest levels for all sectors to meet the ecological, economic and social objectives established for a resource. The development and implementation of formal harvest strategies is considered sound practice in contemporary fisheries management. A number of recent legislative (new Aquatic Resources Management Act, ARMA) and policy (Marine Stewardship Council, MSC) initiatives require the development of formal harvest strategies for the key aquatic resources in Western Australia (WA).
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Natural resources, Aquatic environment, Living resources, Resource management, Fishery management, Fishery policy, Fishery regulations, Policies, Legislation, Risks, Risk management, Ecologically sustainable development, Western Australia
Western Australia. Dept. of Fisheries. (2015), Harvest strategy policy and operational guidelines for the aquatic resources of Western Australia. Western Australian Department of Fisheries, Perth. Report Fisheries Management Paper No. 271.
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