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2021 State of the Environment Report Marine Chapter – Case Study - Lessons for marine management derived from fisheries management practices

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Farmery, Anna ; Hobday, Alistair ; Ogier, Emily
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The Marine chapter of the 2021 State of the Environment (SoE) report incorporates multiple expert templates developed from streams of marine data. This metadata record describes the Case Study "Lessons for marine management derived from fisheries management practices".
***A PDF of the full Case Study, including figures and tables (where provided) is downloadable in the "On-line Resources" section of this record as "CASE STUDY 2021 – Lessons for marine management derived from fisheries management practices"***

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DESCRIPTION OF FOCUS FOR THE CASE STUDY
This case study summarises key lessons from Australian fisheries management that are relevant to the management of natural marine, freshwater and terrestrial environments and resources more broadly and highlight opportunities for improved natural resource management. For example, Australian fisheries management has used innovative approaches to (i) reduce conflict in decision-making with defined targets and reference points (e.g. as part of harvest strategies), (ii) explore consequences of implementing different management decisions in fisheries systems (e.g. management strategy evaluation), (iii) apply the precautionary principle (e.g. ecological risk assessments), and (iv) consider a wider range and cumulative impacts, including climate change, on marine systems. The success of the arrangements is due to co-development with expertise-based consultative forums (e.g. Resource Advisory Groups, Management Advisory Committees) where the outputs and details of these approaches are considered, questioned and agreed in a transparent and collaborative manner.

DATA STREAM(S) USED IN CASE STUDY
Synthesis of literature published, and expert knowledge of the case study authors.

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QUALITY OF DATA USED IN THE ASSESSMENT
Peer-reviewed literature.

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Peer reviews of this case study were provided by: Ryan Murphy (AFMA)

Created: 02 09 2021

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CASE STUDY 2021 - Lessons for marine management derived from fisheries management practices [direct download] (SoE_2021_MARINE_Case_Study__Lessons_management.pdf)

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(State of the Environment (SoE) reporting webpage)

uri : https://www.environment.gov.au/science/soe