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Catch-per-unit-effort (CPUE) analyses for FMA2 red gurnard (GUR 2) / M. I. Schofield, A. D. Langley, D. A. J. Middleton.

By: Schofield, M. I [author.].
Contributor(s): Langley, Adam D [author.] | Middleton, D. A. J [author.] | New Zealand. Ministry for Primary Industries [issuing body.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: New Zealand Fisheries assessment report: 2018/10.Publisher: Wellington : Ministry for Primary Industries, 2018.Description: 1 online resource : colour illustrations.ISBN: 9781776658398 (online).Subject(s): RED GURNARD | CHELIDONICHTHYS KUMU | GURNARDS | FISHERIES | NEW ZEALAND | FISHING EFFORT | FISH STOCK ASSESSMENT | FISH POPULATIONS | HAWKE BAY | POVERTY BAYHoldings: ELECTRONIC Online resources: FAR 2018/10 Fisheries Infosite | Catch-per-unit-effort (CPUE) analyses for FMA2 red gurnard (GUR 2) NIWA document server Summary: The fisheries taking gurnard in GUR 2 were analysed from 1989–90 to 2015–16 using commercial catch and effort data. The majority of the GUR 2 catch was taken by the mixed species (gurnard, snapper and trevally) bottom trawl fishery within Hawke Bay and Poverty Bay. The accepted CPUE index using daily aggregated data gradually declined from 1989–90 to 2011–12 and then increased rapidly over the subsequent four years. This increase was corroborated by the recent, tow-based CPUE series.
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The fisheries taking gurnard in GUR 2 were analysed from 1989–90 to 2015–16 using commercial catch and effort data. The majority of the GUR 2 catch was taken by the mixed species (gurnard, snapper and trevally) bottom trawl fishery within Hawke Bay and Poverty Bay. The accepted CPUE index using daily aggregated data gradually declined from 1989–90 to 2011–12 and then increased rapidly over the subsequent four years. This increase was corroborated by the recent, tow-based CPUE series.

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