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Researcher: Ewing, G (Mr Graeme Ewing)

Fields of Research

Aquaculture and fisheries stock assessment
Fisheries management
Fisheries sciences
Marine and estuarine ecology (incl. marine ichthyology)
Environmental assessment and monitoring

Research Objectives

Fisheries - wild caught
Fisheries - recreational freshwater
Wild caught edible molluscs
Marine biodiversity
Assessment and management of terrestrial ecosystems
Wild caught rock lobster
Wild caught prawns
Other environmental management
Wild caught fin fish (excl. tuna)

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

2017-18 Survey of recreational fishing in Tasmania
Autonomous video camera system for monitoring impacts to benthic habitats from demersal fishing gear, including longlines; Deep-Sea Research Part I
Comparing otolith form and somatic growth of striped trumpeter (Latris lineate) from widely separated populations; Australian Marine Science Association Conference
Comparing otolith form and somatic growth of striped trumpeter (Latris lineata) from widely separated populations; Otolith 2004 International Symposium
D'Entrecasteaux Channel scallop survey and stock status: 2017
Determining when and where to fish: Linking scallop spawning, settlement, size and condition to collaborative spatial harvest and industry in-season management strategies
Developing a low-cost monitoring regime to assess relative abundance and population characteristics of sand flathead
Developing cost-effective industry based techniques for monitoring puerulus settlement in all conditions: Phase2
Developing cost-effective industry based techniques for monitoring puerulus settlement in all conditions: trials in southern and western Tasmania. Phase 1: proof of concept
Effects of fishing practices on catch and catch condition for recreational gillnets
Evaluation of egg production as a method of estimating spawning biomass of redbait off the east coast of Tasmania
Evaluation of egg production as a method of estimating spawning biomass of redbait off the east coast of Tasmania
Evidence for density dependent changes in growth rate and age at maturity in banded morwong, a long-lived temperate reef fish; ASFB conference and workshop 2004: National Symposium on Ecosystem Research and Management of Fish and Fisheries
Industry-independent video survey of commercial scallop (Pecten fumatus) densities in Great Oyster Bay May 2017 survey
Multi-faceted approach to age validation in banded morwong (Cheliodactylus spectabilis) - a very long-live temperate reef fish; ASFB conference and workshop on cutting-edge technologies in fish and fisheries science
New puerulus collector design suitable for fishery-dependent settlement monitoring; ICES Journal of Marine Science
Not all wrasses are created equal - why we should distinguish our catch
Offshore recreational fishing in Tasmania 2011/12
Rapid changes in life-history characteristics of a long-lived temperate reef fish; Marine and Freshwater Research
Reproductive dynamics of redbait, Emmelichthys nitidus (Emmelichthyidae), from south-eastern Australia; Fisheries Research
Southport Lagoon Environmental Impact Assessment May 2006
Spawning dynamics and age structure of wild caught Tasmanian striped trumpeter during the 2010 spawning season
Tasmania's coastal reefs: deep reef habitats and significance for finfish production and biodiversity
Tasmanian recreational rock lobster and abalone fisheries: 2018-19 fishing season
Tasmanian recreational rock lobster and abalone fisheries: 2019-20 fishing season
Tasmanian scallop fishery assessment 2017
Tasmanian Scallop Fishery Assessment 2018
Tasmanian Scallop Fishery Assessment 2019
Validation of age and growth estimates using thin otolith sections from the purple wrasse, Notolabrus fucicola; Marine and Freshwater Research
Validation of age and growth in a long-lived temperate reef fish using otolith structure, oxytetracycline and bomb radiocarbon methods; Marine and Freshwater Research

Research Projects

Developing a cost-effective monitoring regime and stock assessment for Sand Flathead in Tasmania; Fisheries Research & Development Corporation (FRDC)
Developing cost-effective industry based techniques for monitoring puerulus settlement in all conditions: trails in southern and western Australia; Fisheries Research & Development Corporation (FRDC)

Research Candidate Supervision