Fishery characterisation and catch-per-unit-effort indices for snapper in SNA 8, 1989-90 to 2007-08 / T. H. Kendrick, N. Bentley.

By: Kendrick, Terese H.
Contributor(s): Bentley, N. (Trophia Ltd. Kaikoura).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: New Zealand fisheries assessment report ; 2010/42.Publisher: Wellington : Ministry of Fisheries, 2010Description: 43 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.ISSN: 1175-1584 (print); 1179-5352 (electronic).Subject(s): SNAPPER | TRAWLING | FISHING EFFORT | BYCATCH | FISHERIES | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online In: New Zealand fisheries assessment reportSummary: This study was contracted as MFish project SNA2008/01 with the specific objective: To characterise the SNA 8 fishery and update the CPUE analyses for trawl fisheries in each area of SNA 8 using data up to the end of 2007-08. The stock assessments for snapper rely mainly on absolute abundance estimates from tagging programmes. Absolute abundance of SNA 8 was last estimated in 2002 and the next mark-recapture study is scheduled for 2011. Standardised CPUE series, updated every three years, are used to provide crude indices of relative abundance in the periods between tagging programmes. The SNA 8 CPUE index was last updated to the end of the 2003-04 fishing year (MFish project SNA 2004-01) and indicated a declining trajectory to 2000-01 followed by a recovery in the subsequent three years.
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This study was contracted as MFish project SNA2008/01 with the specific objective: To characterise the SNA 8 fishery and update the CPUE analyses for trawl fisheries in each area of SNA 8 using data up to the end of 2007-08. The stock assessments for snapper rely mainly on absolute abundance estimates from tagging programmes. Absolute abundance of SNA 8 was last estimated in 2002 and the next mark-recapture study is scheduled for 2011. Standardised CPUE series, updated every three years, are used to provide crude indices of relative abundance in the periods between tagging programmes. The SNA 8 CPUE index was last updated to the end of the 2003-04 fishing year (MFish project SNA 2004-01) and indicated a declining trajectory to 2000-01 followed by a recovery in the subsequent three years.

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