Foveaux Strait oyster (Ostrea chilensis) 2009 stock assessment: estimates of oyster population size, the distribution of oyster densities, the status of bonamia infection in oysters, and status of the fishery

By: Michael, K. P.
Contributor(s): Fu, D. (NIWA. Wellington) | Forman, J. Iu(NIWA. Wellington).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: New Zealand fisheries assessment report ; 2009/45.Publisher: Wellington : Ministry of Fisheries, 2009Description: 46 p. : ill. maps ; 30 cm.ISSN: 1175-1584.Report number: CCMAU4 0910Subject(s): FISHERIES | OYSTERS | OSTREA CHILENSIS | STOCK ASSESSMENT | DISEASES | BONAMIA | FOVEAUX STRAITOnline resources: Click here to access online In: New Zealand fisheries assessment reportAbstract: The Bluff Oyster Management Company and NIWA completed a joint survey of Foveaux Strait oysters in February 2009. This survey continues a series of surveys in OYU 5 for stock assessment and determining the status of Bonamia exitiosa (bonamia) infection in the oyster population. A two-phase stratified random survey was undertaken, along with sampling additional target stations. Altogether 130 stations were sampled; 100 first-phase stations, 15 second-phase stations, 6 target stations for bonamia infection, 6 stations in the recreational fishery area, and 3 (2006) video sites. Oyster samples were collected from all first-phase, target, and video stations to determine the status of bonamia infection. Sampling and operational procedures were comparable to those of previous surveys.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 47-49).

The Bluff Oyster Management Company and NIWA completed a joint survey of Foveaux Strait oysters in February 2009. This survey continues a series of surveys in OYU 5 for stock assessment and determining the status of Bonamia exitiosa (bonamia) infection in the oyster population. A two-phase stratified random survey was undertaken, along with sampling additional target stations. Altogether 130 stations were sampled; 100 first-phase stations, 15 second-phase stations, 6 target stations for bonamia infection, 6 stations in the recreational fishery area, and 3 (2006) video sites. Oyster samples were collected from all first-phase, target, and video stations to determine the status of bonamia infection. Sampling and operational procedures were comparable to those of previous surveys.

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