Experience in the Construction and Siting of Artificial Reefs and Fish Aggregation Devices in Australian Waters, with Notes on and a Bibliography of Australian Studies
Abstract:The paper presented discusses developments from the mid 1960's to the present in the construction and siting of artificial reefs, and more recently midwater fish aggregation devices (FADs), in the six Australian states and New Zealand. The successes, and failures, experienced with various construction materials and methods in different types of marine and estuarine environments were outlined.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: July 1, 1985
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