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Fisheries characterisation and catch-per-unit-effort analyses FLA 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: 2018/04.Publisher: Wellington : Ministry for Primary Industries, 2018.Description: 1 online resource : colour illustrations.ISBN: 9781776657964 (online).Subject(s): FLATFISH | SAND FLOUNDER | NEW ZEALAND SOLE | FISHERIES | FISHERY STATISTICS | NEW ZEALAND | FISH STOCK ASSESSMENT | FISHING EFFORT | FISH POPULATIONS | PORT OF NAPIERHoldings: ELECTRONIC Online resources: FAR 2018/04 Fisheries Infosite | Fisheries characterisation and catch-per-unit-effort analyses FLA 2 NIWA document server Summary: The fisheries taking flatfish in FLA 2 were analysed from 1989¬-90 to 2015-16 using commercial catch and effort data. The FLA 2 fishery is largely concentrated around the port of Napier. Sand flounder and New Zealand sole are the dominant flatfish species caught. The accepted CPUE index using daily aggregated data for combined flatfish species shows cyclic fluctuations in abundance, with indices for New Zealand sole and sand flounder showing similar trends to the aggregate series.
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"March 2018".

Includes bibliographical references.

The fisheries taking flatfish in FLA 2 were analysed from 1989¬-90 to 2015-16 using commercial catch and effort data. The FLA 2 fishery is largely concentrated around the port of Napier. Sand flounder and New Zealand sole are the dominant flatfish species caught. The accepted CPUE index using daily aggregated data for combined flatfish species shows cyclic fluctuations in abundance, with indices for New Zealand sole and sand flounder showing similar trends to the aggregate series.

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