Fisheries Research Report No. 214
Government of Western Australia Department of Fisheries
1035 - 4549
OBJECTIVES: 1. To identify gaps in the Western Australian skill and knowledge base for the monitoring of introduced marine pests. 2. To establish a centralised source of skills and knowledge in W.A. to facilitate the planning, evaluation, and quality control of activities relating to Introduced Marine Pest (IMP) monitoring. 3. To provide an Australian best practice example and knowledge base to facilitate the consistent, effective and efficient implementation of the National Monitoring system for IMPs.
Number of Pages
Introduced species; Marine organisms; Monitoring; Monitoring systems; Quality controls; Programmes; Harbours; Western Australia
Hourston, M, and Bridgwood, S. (2011), Human Capacity Building for Introduced Marine Pest Monitoring in Western Australia FRDC Report – Project 2009/319 Tactical Research Fund. Government of Western Australia Department of Fisheries, Perth. Report Fisheries Research Report No. 214.
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