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Inshore trawl survey of the west coast South Island and Tasman and Golden Bays, March-April 2017 (KAH1703) / M.L. Stevenson, D.J. MacGibbon.

By: Stevenson, Michael L [author.].
Contributor(s): MacGibbon, D. J. (Daniel John) [author.] | New Zealand. Ministry for Primary Industries [issuing body.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: New Zealand Fisheries assessment report: 2018/18.Publisher: Wellington : Ministry for Primary Industries, 2018.Description: 1 online resource : colour illustrations.ISBN: 9781776658510 (online).Subject(s): FISH POPULATIONS | NEW ZEALAND | WEST COAST | NELSON-MARLBOROUGH | TASMAN BAY | GOLDEN BAY | FISH STOCK ASSESSMENT | CATCH STATISTICS | FISHERY STATISTICS | FISHERY RESOURCES | STATISTICS | FISHERY SURVEYSHoldings: ELECTRONIC Online resources: FAR 2018/18 Fisheries Infosite | Inshore trawl survey of the west coast South Island and Tasman and Golden Bays, March-April 2017 (KAH1703) NIWA document server Summary: This report provides the results from the 2017 west coast South Island inshore trawl survey. It was the 13th survey in the series and continues to provide data to establish trends in biomass and length frequency distributions for the key species and other species which have been shown as being monitored. The consistence in design has enabled the results to be used as an important source for determining quotas for a range of species in the area covered.
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This report provides the results from the 2017 west coast South Island inshore trawl survey. It was the 13th survey in the series and continues to provide data to establish trends in biomass and length frequency distributions for the key species and other species which have been shown as being monitored. The consistence in design has enabled the results to be used as an important source for determining quotas for a range of species in the area covered.

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