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Researcher: Stark, KE (Dr Kate Stark)

Fields of Research

Fisheries management
Fisheries sciences
Aquaculture and fisheries stock assessment
Ecological impacts of climate change and ecological adaptation
Marine and estuarine ecology (incl. marine ichthyology)

Research Objectives

Fisheries - recreational freshwater
Wild caught tuna
Fisheries - recreational marine
Wild caught prawns
Fisheries - wild caught
Understanding climate change

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

2007-08 survey of recreational fishing in Tasmania
2012-2013 Survey of recreational fishing in Tasmania
2017-18 Survey of recreational fishing in Tasmania
RecSurvey: an integrated analytical approach to the estimation of recreational catch and effort based on a telephone-diary survey method; 6th World Recreational Fishing Conference
Applications of a Telephone-Diary Survey Method for Estimating Participation, Effort and Catch: Examples From Australia Including Developments In the Analysis of Complex Survey Data; 141st Annual Meeting American Fisheries Society
Developing an analytical module for large scale recreational fishery data based on phone-diary survey methodology
National Survey of Recreational Fishing for Southern Bluefin Tuna in Australia 2018-2019
National Survey of Recreational Fishing for Southern Bluefin Tuna in Australia 2018/19
Offshore Recreational Fishing in Tasmania 2018/2019
Potential impacts of climate change on squid life-history and population dynamics; Bonney Upwelling Workshop, Marine and Freshwater Fisheries Research Institute (MAFFRI)
Survey of Recreational Fishing in New South Wales and the ACT, 2013/14
Survey of Recreational Fishing in the Northern Territory, 2009-10
Tracking arrow squid movements with an automated acoustic telemetry system; Marine Ecology Progress Series

Research Projects

Evaluation of a smart-phone application to collect recreational fishing catch estimates, including an assessment against an independent probability based survey, using South Australia as a case study; Fisheries Research & Development Corporation (FRDC)
Exploring recreational fishing data for use in Harvest Strategies: NSW DPI research collaboration
National Survey of the Recreational Catch of Southern Bluefin - Analysis

Research Candidate Supervision