- 28-Day Quota Reconciliation in AFMA’s Fisheries
- Fee for Service Arrangements
- Online services
- AFMA’s video tutorials
- Service One
- Publications and forms
- Notices and announcements
- Licensing and quota management
- Vessel Monitoring Systems
- Logbooks and catch disposal
- The Observer Program
- MACs and RAGs
Electronic logbook reporting is an alternative method for reporting catch and effort data.
An electronic logbook will allow fishers to elect to send this data to the Australian Fisheries Management Authority (AFMA) over the internet or by e-mail, either on return to port or while at sea, in place of paper log sheets.
AFMA is working closely with software vendors who are developing the technology to electronically capture catch data. AFMA provides the software vendors with the standard procedures and specifications for sending electronic catch and effort data to AFMA.
AFMA will only accept electronic catch and effort data that is generated by an application which complies with these procedures and specifications.
Developers can access a developers guide and e-log schemas by contacting the Co-ordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Draft Shark Plan 2
- Changes in the Gillnet, Hook and Trap Sector of the Southern and Eastern Scalefish and Shark Fishery
- Eastern Tuna and Billfish Fishery Management arrangements booklet 2011
- Freedom of Information