The Squid Resource Assessment Group is the research and scientific committee which contributes to the management of the Southern Squid Jig Fishery.
The group provides advice to the South East Management Advisory Committee on the status of the squid stock, the impact of squid fishing on the marine environment and the type of information needed for stock assessments. They also evaluate the impact over time of the squid harvest strategy, stock depletion and recovery rates, confidence levels for fishery assessments and risks to the success of fishery objectives. Compliance and economic factors affecting the fishery are also evaluated and reported on by the group.
This group provides an avenue for consultation between industry members, fishery managers, fishery economists, fishery scientists, conservationists and other interest groups.
Download the minutes from the October 2017 SquidRAG 22 meeting mintues (7M).
Download the minutes from the September 2016 SquidRAG 21 meeting minutes (PDF, 7M).
Download the minutes from the October 2015 SquidRAG teleconference (PDF, 459 KB).
The next SquidRAG meeting is scheduled for early 2017.
Current research priorities
Further information on the current research priorities for the Southern and Eastern Scalefish and Shark Fishery, the Small Pelagic Fishery and Southern Squid Jig Fishery can be found on the Fishery Research Plan page.
Past minutes, recommendations and advice can be found on the Squid Resource Assessment Group past meetings page.
Members are appointed for the period 1 August 2016 until 30 June 2019.
- Dr Lianos Triantafillos, Chair
- Ms Sally Weekes, AFMA member
- Dr Shijie Zhou, scientific member
- Mrs Debbie Wisby, industry member
- Mr Terry Romaro, industry invited participant
Tel: 02 6225 5555