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Electronic References

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  • Pember, M.B., Newman, S.J., Hesp, S.A., Young, G.C., Skepper, C.L., Hall, N.G. & Potter, I. C. (2005). Biological parameters for managing the fisheries for blue and king threadfin salmons, estuary rockcod, malabar grouper and mangrove jack in north-western Australia. Fisheries Research and Development Corporation Report, Project 2002/003 Final Report. Perth: Murdoch University. Available at http://frdc.com.au/research/Documents/Final_reports/2002-003-DLD.PDF/ (last accessed on 27 February 2012).