Making mountains out of minnows: salmon in the Tasmanian economy - The Australia Institute 2019 - the industry claims great economic benefit to Tasmania, but it accounts for just 1% of jobs in the state. Over 5 years $3.8 billion worth of fish were sold, but just $64 million tax paid, while $9.3 million in subsidies were received in 2 years. Changing generous leasing arrangements to the Norwegian model could raise $2 billion for community development.
Salmon and finfish aquaculture impact zones 2023 – this detailed and well-researched map, prepared by TAMP and TPMP, shows the areas of Tasmania currently in use, and threatened by planned expansion.
Tasmanian farmed Atlantic salmon fats testing - a controlled, impartial scientific analysis, commissioned in 2021 by NOFF, of the fat content of farmed salmon purchased in Victorian supermarkets.
Tasmanian salmon industry: few jobs, less tax - The Australia Institute 2023 - highlights the modest jobs numbers and tax payments by the Tasmanian salmon industry.
Tasmanian salmon industry website usability and content - NOFF November 2019 – an analysis of the usability and information content of the websites of Tassal, Huon Aquaculture, Petuna, EPA and DPIPWE
User-tracking technologies of Tasmanian salmon farm websites - NOFF 2023 – an analysis of the third parties which may have access to your search information when you access the three salmon farm websites, and those of NRET, EPA (and NOFF!)