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The Mataura trout fishery / by W.D. Witherow and D. Scott.

By: Witherow, W.D.
Contributor(s): Scott, Donald, 1927- | Otago Acclimatisation Society (Dunedin, N.Z.) | Southland Acclimatisation Society (Invercargill, N.Z.).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Dunedin, N.Z. : The Acclimatisation Societies of Southland and Otago, 1984Description: 71 pages, [59] leaves : illustrations, maps ; 30 cm.Subject(s): MATAURA RIVER | SOUTHLAND | FISH POPULATIONS | NEW ZEALAND | WATER QUALITY | TROUT | FISHERIES | INVERTEBRATES | POLLUTION | FISH | ANGLING | HYDROLOGY | FISHERY RESOURCES | TROUT FISHINGHoldings: GRETA POINT: 639.21.053(931.353) WIT
Contents:
1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. The MATAURA -- 3. WATER QUALITY – 3.1 Non-point discharges – 3.2 Point discharges – 3.3 Organic loading – 3.4 Suspended solids – 3.5 Plant nutrients – 3.6 Upper catchment and tributaries – 3.7 A relative assessment -- 4. INVERTEBRATES – 4.1 Methods – 4.2 Sampling programme – 4.3 Seasonal variation – 4.4 Longitudinal distribution – 4.5 Water quality effects – 4.5.1 Pollution indices – 4.5.2 Possible mechanisms – 4.6 Comparison with other rivers -- 5. THE FISH POPULATION – 5.1 Introduction – 5.2 Netting procedure and processing – 5.3 Length, weight and growth rate – 5.4 Fin sectioning – 5.5 Age/Forklength estimates – 5.6 Tagging programme – 5.7 Drift diving programme – 5.8 Drift diving procedure – 5.9 Tag and observe – 5.10 Results of dive programme – 5.11 Discussion – 5.12 Trout spawning – 5.13 Food and feeding – 5.13.1 Qualitative Composition – 5.13.2 Seasonal variation – 5.13.3 Variation among stations – 5.13.4 Change of food with age -- 6. ANGLER AND CREEL SURVEY – 6.1 Introduction – 6.2 Angling pressure – 6.3 The Anglers: geographic origin – 6.4 Angler Distribution, month to month – 6.5 Angler distribution by river zone – 6.6 Fishing methods – 6.7 Individual angling effort – 6.8 Measures of success – 6.9 Angling diaries -- 7. HYDROLOGY -- 8. DISCUSSION -- 9. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT -- 10. REFERENCES – APPENDICES TO CHAPTERS 4, 5 AND 6.
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"December 1984."

Includes bibliographical references.

1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. The MATAURA -- 3. WATER QUALITY – 3.1 Non-point discharges – 3.2 Point discharges – 3.3 Organic loading – 3.4 Suspended solids – 3.5 Plant nutrients – 3.6 Upper catchment and tributaries – 3.7 A relative assessment -- 4. INVERTEBRATES – 4.1 Methods – 4.2 Sampling programme – 4.3 Seasonal variation – 4.4 Longitudinal distribution – 4.5 Water quality effects – 4.5.1 Pollution indices – 4.5.2 Possible mechanisms – 4.6 Comparison with other rivers -- 5. THE FISH POPULATION – 5.1 Introduction – 5.2 Netting procedure and processing – 5.3 Length, weight and growth rate – 5.4 Fin sectioning – 5.5 Age/Forklength estimates – 5.6 Tagging programme – 5.7 Drift diving programme – 5.8 Drift diving procedure – 5.9 Tag and observe – 5.10 Results of dive programme – 5.11 Discussion – 5.12 Trout spawning – 5.13 Food and feeding – 5.13.1 Qualitative Composition – 5.13.2 Seasonal variation – 5.13.3 Variation among stations – 5.13.4 Change of food with age -- 6. ANGLER AND CREEL SURVEY – 6.1 Introduction – 6.2 Angling pressure – 6.3 The Anglers: geographic origin – 6.4 Angler Distribution, month to month – 6.5 Angler distribution by river zone – 6.6 Fishing methods – 6.7 Individual angling effort – 6.8 Measures of success – 6.9 Angling diaries -- 7. HYDROLOGY -- 8. DISCUSSION -- 9. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT -- 10. REFERENCES – APPENDICES TO CHAPTERS 4, 5 AND 6.

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