Marine EnvironmentThe Department is committed to the sustainable management of our marine environment to ensure its long-term ecological viability, and the protection of its biodiversity. Regular monitoring of the impact of marine farming activities is undertaken and numerous activities are underway to reduce the risks of introduced species. The Department has a long association with marine research through IMAS.
Information on Pfiesteria - a potentially toxic dinoflagellate - in Tasmanian waters.
Tasmanian Marine Protected Areas - Strategies and Reports
See the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) website at: www.imas.utas.edu.au
Department switchboard: 1300 368 550 (local call cost within Australia)
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