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Management arrangements for potentially high-risk activities in the context of ecologically sustainable development (ESD) for aquaculture facilities : FAMOP001 / Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries
Bib ID 8410058
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Edition Version 1, Dec 2004. 
Access Conditions National edeposit: Available online 
Description [Brisbane, Queensland] : Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries, 2004 
1 online resource (53 pages) 
Technical Details

Mode of access: Available online (as at 20/05/14) at: http://www.daff.qld.gov.au/fisheries/aquaculture/management-and-policies/famop001-high-risk-activities. 

text file : PDF 

text file : PDF : 577KB 

Summary

This policy provides information on Fisheries Queensland requirements for certain types of aquaculture activities authorised under the Fisheries Act 1994, including: flood prone land; exotic freshwater fish species; barramundi cultured in inland catchments; use of aquacultured product for bait. The objective of this policy is to assist in achieving the main purpose of the Fisheries Act 1994 to protect fisheries resources to ensure that they are used in an ecologically sustainable way for aquaculture by: minimising the risk of translocation of aquacultured fisheries resources into natural waterways, particularly where they are non-indigenous to the area, or they have the potential to impact on the genetic diversity of wild populations; minimising the risk of introducing disease agents into wild populations; minimising the socio-economic impacts that may result from the above risks. The policy has been developed within the framework of Ecologically Sustainable Development. The policy will be used as a basis for: assessment criteria for new applications; setting reasonable and relevant conditions of approval; auditing of aquaculture operations; guiding the development of best practice within the industry. This document will be of interest to anyone involved in the management of these four potentially high-risk aquaculture activities in Queensland.

Notes

Title from PDF cover page (viewed on May 20, 2014)

Also available online (as at 20/05/14) at: http://www.daff.qld.gov.au/fisheries/aquaculture/management-and-policies/famop001-high-risk-activities.

Subjects Aquaculture -- Queensland -- Management.  |  Aquaculture industry -- Risk management -- Queensland.  |  Aquaculture -- Law and legislation -- Queensland.  |  Fishery law and legislation -- Queensland.
Other authors/contributors Queensland. Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries, issuing body
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At head of title: Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries aquaculture policy

Aquaculture policy FAMOP005

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