Inshore trawl survey of the west coast South Island and Tasman and Golden Bays, March–April 2019 (KAH1902) / D.J. MacGibbon.

By: MacGibbon, D. J. (Daniel John).
Contributor(s): New Zealand. Ministry for Primary Industries [issuing body.] | Fisheries New Zealand (Government agency).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: New Zealand fisheries assessment report: 2019/64.Publisher: Wellington : Fisheries New Zealand, Tini a Tangaroa, 2019.Description: 1 online resource : colour illustrations.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781990008832 (online).Subject(s): FISH POPULATIONS | WEST COAST | NEW ZEALAND | NELSON-MARLBOROUGH | FISH STOCK ASSESSMENT | FISHERY STATISTICS | FISHERY SURVEYS | FISHERY RESOURCESHoldings: ELECTRONIC Online resources: FAR 2019/64 Fisheries Infosite | NIWA document server Summary: A bottom trawl survey of the west coast South Island in 20–400 m depth and Tasman and Golden Bays in 10–70 m depth was carried out using R.V. Kaharoa (KAH1902) in March–April 2019. The survey was optimised to estimate abundance of red gurnard, red cod, giant stargazer, spiny dogfish, tarakihi, and snapper. The core (20–400 m) survey was the fourteenth in the time series since 1992. Two strata in 10–20 m depth in Tasman and Golden Bays were surveyed for the second time as part of a two survey pilot aimed at determining the feasibility of estimating snapper abundance.
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"October 2019."

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A bottom trawl survey of the west coast South Island in 20–400 m depth and Tasman and Golden Bays in 10–70 m depth was carried out using R.V. Kaharoa (KAH1902) in March–April 2019. The survey was optimised to estimate abundance of red gurnard, red cod, giant stargazer, spiny dogfish, tarakihi, and snapper. The core (20–400 m) survey was the fourteenth in the time series since 1992. Two strata in 10–20 m depth in Tasman and Golden Bays were surveyed for the second time as part of a two survey pilot aimed at determining the feasibility of estimating snapper abundance.

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