Harvest strategy evaluation to optimise the sustainability and value of the Queensland scallop fishery

@inproceedings{Campbell2010HarvestSE,
  title={Harvest strategy evaluation to optimise the sustainability and value of the Queensland scallop fishery},
  author={Margaret J M Campbell and Alexander B Campbell and R. Wishart Senior House Officer and Michael F. O’Neill and D. G. Mayer and Annette Thwaites and Edward J. Jebreen and Anthony J. Courtney and Nicholas Gribble and Megan Lynn Lawrence and Andrew J. Currie Prosser and Sharon L. Drabsch},
  year={2010}
}

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