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Bib ID: Format: Journal, Online: Online Versions: National Library of Australia digitised item; Description [Canberra, A.C.T.: Fisheries Branch, Dept.
Extract: Introduction The seafood industry is currently Australia’s sixth largest primary industry. Fisheries resources were an important source of food for Indigenous Australians and continue to be both a food resource and important in social systems for some communities (Bailey ;Walters et al.
; Ross and Tomkins ), and they have played an important role in Australia’s food Author: Daryl Peter McPhee. TY - CHAP. T1 - Australian fisheries resources.
AU - McPhee, Daryl Peter. PY - Australian fisheries development conference book - N2 - Extract:IntroductionAll Australian states and the Northern Territory produce seafood from both the wild fishery and lture is divided into on-land seafood production (such as prawn farms cut into low land near the sea) and off-shore fish-farming in : Daryl Peter McPhee.
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