East Northland snapper landings, 1974-83

By: Francis, M.P. (Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Fisheries Research Division. Wellington).
Contributor(s): Smith, D.W (Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Fisheries Research Division. Wellington) | Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Fisheries Research Division. Wellington.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Fisheries Research Division occasional publication: Data series ; no. 22.Publisher: Wellington : Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, 1985Description: 24 p.ISSN: 0111-5332.Subject(s): SNAPPER | FISHERY DATA | NORTHLAND | NZMS262 01 | NZMS262 02 | OVERFISHING | FISHING METHODS | FISHERY MANAGEMENT | YIELDS | FISHING EFFORTOnline resources: Click here to access online In: Fisheries Research Division occasional publication. Data series In: Fisheries Research Division occasional publication. Data seriesSummary: Snapper is the most important fish species landed in east Northland. There is now concern that snapper may be overfished. Research is being done on the optimum yield for the fishery, and a Fisheries Management Plan is being proposed. The results are presented in tables of annual landings by region and method, and percentage annual landings by region and method
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Snapper is the most important fish species landed in east Northland. There is now concern that snapper may be overfished. Research is being done on the optimum yield for the fishery, and a Fisheries Management Plan is being proposed. The results are presented in tables of annual landings by region and method, and percentage annual landings by region and method

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