Northern Territory Research Advisory Committee

 

This page is an archived page detailing RAC activities under the 2015-2020 RD&E Plan. FRDC is currently in the process of renewing the RACs to deliver the 2020-2025 R&D plan, and these pages will be updated when the revised RAC process is finalised.

The Northern Territory Research Advisory Committee (NTRAC) formerly the Northern Territory Fisheries Research Advisory Body (FRAB), is an Australian Government statutory authority that was established by the FRDC in March 2016 under the Primary Industries and Energy Research and Development Act 1989 (PIRD Act).

The Northern Territory Research Advisory Committee (NTRAC) is an expertise-based committee is comprised of a membership group with expertise in wild catch (commercial and recreational), aquaculture, resource management, processing/post-harvest, indigenous, RD&E management or people development. The committee is responsible for facilitating the identification and delivery of efficient and effective research for stakeholders in Northern Territory.

Research Priorities

Research, Development and Extension Plan

NTRAC is developing a 5-year Research, Development and Extension (RD&E) Plan that provides a framework to identify and invest in key strategic research needs of Northern Territory stakeholders, with the intent to ensure a healthy marine ecosystem and efficient, productive and profitable fisheries (including commercial, Indigenous and recreational).

Call for Applications

The FRDC invests through a flexible approach. Part of this approach allows the Research Advisory Committees (RACs), Industry Partnership Agreements (IPAs) and Subprograms to call for applications based on their priorities, in the absence of a plan NTRAC priorities are communicated to stakeholder through this call up to three times per year in November, April and August – see whether this RAC has put forward any priorities in the current call for applications.

FRDC Management Contacts:

 

Meeting dates:

TBA

Associated Industry Partnership Agreements:

IPAs are an agreement between the FRDC and a sector body to manage a suite of sectoral projects over a specified time period against an agreed industry strategic plan. Some sectors in a jurisdiction may have their RD&E needs represented by the IPA as opposed to the RAC – for more information on see the IPAs.

Australian Barramundi Farmers’ Association IPA

Australian Prawn Farmers’ Association IPA

Pearl Consortium IPA

 

Related projects are listed below

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Northern Territory Research Advisory Committee

 

This page is an archived page detailing RAC activities under the 2015-2020 RD&E Plan. FRDC is currently in the process of renewing the RACs to deliver the 2020-2025 R&D plan, and these pages will be updated when the revised RAC process is finalised.

The Northern Territory Research Advisory Committee (NTRAC) formerly the Northern Territory Fisheries Research Advisory Body (FRAB), is an Australian Government statutory authority that was established by the FRDC in March 2016 under the Primary Industries and Energy Research and Development Act 1989 (PIRD Act).

The Northern Territory Research Advisory Committee (NTRAC) is an expertise-based committee is comprised of a membership group with expertise in wild catch (commercial and recreational), aquaculture, resource management, processing/post-harvest, indigenous, RD&E management or people development. The committee is responsible for facilitating the identification and delivery of efficient and effective research for stakeholders in Northern Territory.

Research Priorities

Research, Development and Extension Plan

NTRAC is developing a 5-year Research, Development and Extension (RD&E) Plan that provides a framework to identify and invest in key strategic research needs of Northern Territory stakeholders, with the intent to ensure a healthy marine ecosystem and efficient, productive and profitable fisheries (including commercial, Indigenous and recreational).

Call for Applications

The FRDC invests through a flexible approach. Part of this approach allows the Research Advisory Committees (RACs), Industry Partnership Agreements (IPAs) and Subprograms to call for applications based on their priorities, in the absence of a plan NTRAC priorities are communicated to stakeholder through this call up to three times per year in November, April and August – see whether this RAC has put forward any priorities in the current call for applications.

FRDC Management Contacts:

 

Meeting dates:

TBA

Associated Industry Partnership Agreements:

IPAs are an agreement between the FRDC and a sector body to manage a suite of sectoral projects over a specified time period against an agreed industry strategic plan. Some sectors in a jurisdiction may have their RD&E needs represented by the IPA as opposed to the RAC – for more information on see the IPAs.

Australian Barramundi Farmers’ Association IPA

Australian Prawn Farmers’ Association IPA

Pearl Consortium IPA

 

Related projects are listed below

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NT RAC
Project Number
Title
Status
2020-043
Toxigenic vibrio baselines and optimum storage, transport and shelf-life conditions to inform cold supply chains in the north Australian Tropical Rock Oyster industry
Current
2020-036
Identifying population connectivity of shark bycatch species in NT waters
Current
2020-021
Contextualising shellfish food safety in Northern Australia
Current
2019-070
Determination of the impacts of direct harvest of coral species in northern Australia
Current
2019-067
Investigate changes in acceptance of wild caught Barramundi in the foodservice and hospitality market sectors
Current
2018-177
'If you don’t know where you are going, you’ll end up someplace else' - Future proofing the Australian Mud Crab Industry through improved strategic direction
Current
2018-079
Ecological modeling of the impacts of water development in the Gulf of Carpentaria with particular reference to impacts on the Northern Prawn Fishery
Current
2018-027
Integrated approach to improving stock assessment of Black Jewfish
Current
2018-005
Where should I farm my oysters? Does natural Cadmium distribution restrict oyster farm site selection in the Northern Territory?
Current
2018-004
SafeFish 2018-2021
Current