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Researcher: Rawlinson, NJF (Mr Nick Rawlinson)

Fields of Research

Fisheries Management
Aquatic Ecosystem Studies and Stock Assessment
Natural Resource Management
Fisheries Sciences
Environmental Impact Assessment
Fish Pests and Diseases
Human Resources Management
Education Policy
Biogeography and Phylogeography
Conservation and Biodiversity

Research Objectives

Marine Flora, Fauna and Biodiversity
Wild Caught Fin Fish (excl. Tuna)
Fisheries - Wild Caught
Ecosystem Assessment and Management
Education and Training Systems Policies and Development
Marine Oceanic Processes (excl. climate related)
Wild Caught Rock Lobster
Wild Caught Prawns
Ecosystem Assessment and Management at Regional or Larger Scales

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Caudal fin aspect ratio as a predictor of maximum swimming speed; Australian Society for Fish Biology - Oceania Chrondrichthyan Society Conference
Caudal fin aspect ratio as a predictor of maximum swimming speed; ASFB-OCS Joint Conference
Investigating photoreceptor densities, potential visual acuity, and cone mosaics of shallow water, temperate fish species; Vision Research
The effect of magnets on the behaviour of draughtboards sharks (Cephaloscyllium laticeps); ASFB-OCS Joint Conference
The effect of magnets on the behaviour of draughtboards sharks (Cephaloscyllium laticeps); ASFB-OCS Joint Conference
The relative safety of the Agreement on the Conservation of Albatrosses and Petrels (ACAP) recommended minimum specifications for the weighting of branchlines during simulated fly-backs

Research Projects

Application of Light Stimuli to Reduce Bycatch in Prawn Trawl Fisheries; Department of Agriculture (DoA (Cwth))
Application of Light Stimuli to Reduce Bycatch in Prawn Trawl Fisheries; Australian Fisheries Management Authority (AFMA)
Building seafood industry representational capacity; Fisheries Research & Development Corporation (FRDC)
Investigating Options to Improve Bycatch Reduction in Tropical Prawn Fisheries - a Workshop for Fishers; Fisheries Research & Development Corporation (FRDC)
The optimisation of light to reduce prawn bychatch in the Northern Prawn Fishery; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Researcher in Business: Application of light systems as by-catch reduction devices
The Relative Biofouling Risk Posed by Vessels for Translocating Marine Species of Concern into Australia

Research Candidate Supervision

A Socio-economic Assessment of Recreational Fisheries in Great Oyster Bay, Tasmania
Application of light as a bycatch reduction device in prawn trawl fisheries
The Effect of Home Country Bias (Ethnocentrsim) on the Purcahsing Behaviour of consumers in the Southern New South Wales, Eastern Victoria and Tasmanian Retail Markets