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Author: Forbes, E (Mr Edward Forbes)

Number of items: 7

Journal Article
Semmens, JM and Buxton, CD and Forbes, E and Phelan, MJ, Spatial and temporal use of spawning aggregation sites by the tropical sciaenid Protonibea diacanthus, Marine Ecology Progress Series, 403, (March) pp. 193-203. ISSN 0171-8630 (2010) [Refereed Article]
Conference Publication
Crawford, C and MacLeod, C and Moltschaniwskyj, NA and Forbes, E, Recovery of sediments associated with fin fish cage aquaculture - are some systems better adapted , Book of Abstracts, 19-23 May 2008, Busan, Korea (2008) [Conference Extract] 
Semmens, JM and Buxton, CD and Forbes, E and Lyle, JM and Phelan, N and Barrett, ND, Spatial Management of Reef Fisheries: Understanding the importance of Movement, Advances in Fish Tagging & Marking Technology: International Symposium (Abstracts), 24-28 February 2008, Auckland, New Zealand, pp. 106. (2008) [Conference Extract] 
Contract Report, Consultant's Report
Ewing, G and Forbes, E and Lyle, JM and Krueck, N and Pecl, GT and Tracey, S, Where do Calamari spawn in Northern Tasmania and how will this information aid the management of the Calamari fishery in Northern Tasmania?, Fisheries Research and Development Corporation, Canberra, FRDC #2016/028 (2020) [Contract Report]
Buxton, CD and Semmens, JM and Forbes, E and Lyle, JM and Barrett, NS and Phelan, MJ, Spatial Management of Reef Fisheries and Ecosystems: Understanding the Importance of Movement, FRDC, 2004/002 (2010) [Contract Report]
Other Public Output
Forbes, E and Lyle, J, D'Entrecasteaux Channel scallop survey and stock status update: 2016, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania, May (2016) [Government or Industry Research]
Forbes, E and Tracey, S and Lyle, JM, Assessment of the 2008 recreational gamefish fishery of southeast Tasmania, with particular reference to southern bluefin tuna, DPIPWE Fishwise, Hobart (2009) [Government or Industry Research]

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