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 Browse by Socio-Economic Objective (1998) The SEO Classification allows R&D data to be classified according to the researcher's perceived purpose. The purpose categories take account of processes, products, health, education and other social and environmental aspects of particular interest. -> Division 2 - Economic Development -> 630000 - Animal Production and Animal Primary Products -> 630300 Fish -> 630302 Fisheries-recreational :

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Ellis, Rodney Neal (2005). An assessment of statistical methodologies used in the analysis of marine community data PhD Thesis, School of Land, Crop and Food Sciences, The University of Queensland. 137 1
Brill, R.W., Bigalow, K.A., Musyl, M.K., Fritsches, K. A. and Warrant, E. (2005). Bigeye Tuna (Thunnus obesus) behaviour and phisiology and their relevance to stock assessments and fishery biology. In: J. Porter, Collective Volume of Scientific Papers. Second World Meeting on Bigeye Tuna, Madrid, Spain, (142-161). March 10-12, 2004. 62  
Fritsches, K. A. and Warrant, E.J. (2001). Modelling visual behaviour of billfish. In: 3rd International Billfish Symposium. 3rd International Billfish Symposium, Cairns, Australia, (14-14). 19-23 August, 2001. 39  
Fritsches, K. A. and Warrant, E. J. (2001) New discoveries in visual performance of pelagic fishes Hawaii: University of Hawaii, Pelagic Fisheries Research Program 39  
Fritsches, K. A. (2001). Photoreceptor distribution in pelagic fish. In: Proceedings of the Australian Neuroscience Society. 21st Annual Meeting, Australian Neuroscience Society, Brisbane, Australia, (201). 28 - 31 January, 2001. 59  
Pham, Cong Tri. (2002). The ecology of fish larvae in Pumicestone Passage : an estuarine system in Southeast Queensland, Australia PhD Thesis, School of Integrative Biology, The University of Queensland. 199 9
Fritsches, K. A., Brill, R. W. and Warrant, E. J. (2005) Warm eyes provide superior vision in swordfishes. Current Biology, 15 1: 55-58. doi:10.1016/j.cub.2004.12.064 105   70 Cited 71 times in Scopus71 0