National Strategy to Address Interactions between Humans and Seals: Fisheries, Aquaculture and Tourism

Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, November 2006

In February 2003, the Marine and Coastal Committee of the Natural Resource Management Standing Committee identified the need to address the growing national issue of human-seal interactions in the fisheries, aquaculture and tourism sectors. In response, the National Seal Strategy Group (NSSG), comprising Australian Government and relevant State agency representatives, developed this Strategy. To support the development of the Strategy, an assessment report was prepared to provide background scientific information: National Assessment of Interactions between Humans and Seals: Fisheries, Aquaculture and Tourism (NSSG, 2007).

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