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QMS units are designed for postgraduate students with a strong background in quantitative analysis, mathematics, physics and chemistry.
This unit discusses the science behind management of fisheries, and introduces key concepts in fisheries population dynamics, assessment of fisheries stocks, interpreting data from tagged fish, ecosystem interactions with fisheries, fishery economics, and assessing fishery impacts.
These concepts will be explored using various case study fisheries and examples of IMAS research in this area will be provided by guest lecturers who will present their research.
|Unit name||Fisheries Science|
|College/School||College of Sciences and Engineering
Institute for Marine & Antarctic Studies
|Discipline||Fisheries and Aquaculture|
|Coordinator||Associate Professor Klaas Hartmann|
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- Explain the principles and methods used in fisheries stock and natural resource management
- Apply stock assessment and economic models to a variety of natural resources management issues.
- Communicate complex concepts relating to fisheries and natural resource management to a variety of audiences.
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1 week intensive unit (5 days) consisting of lectures and lab sessions. There will be 15-20 hours of lectures and 15-20 hours of tutorial classes.
|Assessment||Computer Labs (40%)|Paper presentation (20%)|Take-home assignment (40%)|
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There is no compulsory reading for the unit. For some topics supplementary reading material with be provided in addition to the lecture slides, for those that seek a deeper understanding of the material.
|Links||Booktopia textbook finder|
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