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Centrostephanus are continuing to expand down the east coast of Tasmania, resulting in destructive overgrazing of kelp habitats. While direct biological impacts have been well documented, economic and social implications are less understood. This project looks to define what fisheries/industries are most at risk should barrens continue to expand, and to quantify the social and economic impacts to regional areas, and Tasmania as a whole.
Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies
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