Fisheries Management Paper No. 282
Western Australian Department of Fisheries
Integrated Fisheries Management (IFM) is an initiative aimed at addressing the issue of how fish resources in Western Australia should be shared between competing users within the broad context of “Ecologically Sustainable Development”, or ESD, so that they can be managed to a sustainable allowable harvest level. The Minister for Fisheries (Minister) established the Integrated Fisheries Management Allocation Advisory Committee (Allocation Committee), under Section 42 of the Fish Resources Management Act 1994 (FRMA), in 2004 to investigate IFM resource allocation issues and make recommendations to him on optimal resource use.
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Pearl fisheries; Pinctada maxima; Allocation systems; Western Australia
Integrated Fisheries Allocation Advisory Committee. (2016), Draft allocation report pearl oyster (Pinctada maxima) resource / by the Integrated Fisheries Allocation Advisory Committee. Western Australian Department of Fisheries, Perth. Report Fisheries Management Paper No. 282.
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