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Preadapting a Tasmanian coastal ecosystem to ongoing climate change through reintroduction of a locally extinct species

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Bax, N and Barrett, NS and Hobday, AJ and Casper, RM (2013) Preadapting a Tasmanian coastal ecosystem to ongoing climate change through reintroduction of a locally extinct species. Project Report. University of Tasmania.

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Abstract

OBJECTIVES:
1. Develop and promote a national framework to evaluate potential translocations of native marine
species.
2. Determine the feasibility of reintroducing blue groper as a test case.
3. Design a monitoring and evaluation program to determine the effects of a trial re-introduction.
4. Reach the critical decision point on whether to re-establish blue groper in Tasmania, or take an
alternative approach indicated by the research. Develop a proposal to support this outcome.

Item Type: Report (Project Report)
Publisher: University of Tasmania
Additional Information:

Project No. 2010/564
Copyright 2013 Fisheries Research and Development Corporation, University of Tasmania and CSIRO
Marine and Atmospheric Research

Date Deposited: 17 Jun 2013 06:40
Last Modified: 15 Sep 2017 01:06
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