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Stock assessments of hoki, hake and ling using alterative catch histories / P.L. Horn, M.R. Dunn, A. McKenzie.

By: Horn, P. L. (Peter L.) [author.].
Contributor(s): Dunn, Alistair, 1967- [author.] | McKenzie, Andy (Andrew) [author.] | New Zealand. Ministry for Primary Industries [issuing body.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: New Zealand Fisheries assessment report: 2018/14.Publisher: Wellington : Ministry for Primary Industries, 2018.Description: 1 online resource : colour illustrations.ISBN: 9781776658435 (online).Subject(s): FISH STOCK ASSESSMENT | NEW ZEALAND | FISHERIES | HOKI | HAKE | LING | FISH POPULATIONS | SUBANTARCTIC REGIONS | CHATHAM RISE | WEST COASTHoldings: ELECTRONIC Online resources: FAR 2018/14 Fisheries Infosite | Stock assessments of hoki, hake and ling using alterative catch histories NIWA document server Summary: This report presents additional assessments of hoki, hake and ling stocks using alternative catch histories. The assessments are for both hoki stocks (HOK 1 east, HOK 1 west), the three hake biological stocks (HAK 1 Sub-Antarctic, HAK 4 Chatham Rise, HAK 7 west coast South Island), and the three largest ling biological stocks (LIN 3&4 Chatham Rise, LIN 5&6 Sub-Antarctic, LIN 7 WCSI). Estimates of current stock status generally differed little from the base case model assessments.
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This report presents additional assessments of hoki, hake and ling stocks using alternative catch histories. The assessments are for both hoki stocks (HOK 1 east, HOK 1 west), the three hake biological stocks (HAK 1 Sub-Antarctic, HAK 4 Chatham Rise, HAK 7 west coast South Island), and the three largest ling biological stocks (LIN 3&4 Chatham Rise, LIN 5&6 Sub-Antarctic, LIN 7 WCSI). Estimates of current stock status generally differed little from the base case model assessments.

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