Estimating the abundance of scampi in SCI 6A (Auckland Islands) in 2019 / I.D. Tuck, D. Parkinson, H. Armiger, M. Smith, A. Miller, J. Drury, K. Spong.

By: Tuck, I. D. (Ian David) [author.].
Contributor(s): Parkinson, Derrick M [author.] | Armiger, H. (Helena) [author.] | Smith, Matthew D. (Matthew David), 1969- [author.] | Miller, A. (Andrew) [author.] | Drury, J [author] | Spong, K. T. (Keren T.) [author.] | Fisheries New Zealand (Government agency) [issuing body.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: New Zealand fisheries assessment report: 2020/13.Publisher: Wellington : Fisheries New Zealand, Tini a Tangaroa, 2020.Description: 1 online resource : colour illustrations.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781990025037 (online).Other title: Estimating the abundance of scampi in SCI 6A in 2019 [Running title].Subject(s): NEW ZEALAND LOBSTER | SCAMPI | METANEPHROPS CHALLENGERI | COUNTING | METANEPHROPS CHALLENGERI FISHERIES | FISH STOCK ASSESSMENT | AUCKLAND ISLANDS | NEW ZEALANDHoldings: ELECTRONIC Online resources: FAR 2020/13 Fisheries Infosite | NIWA document server Summary: Photographic and trawl surveys of scampi in SCI 6A were conducted in February/March 2019. The photographic survey estimates of scampi and burrows both showed a continuation of the increase since 2013. The trawl survey estimate also indicates an increase from 2016, but an enforced vessel change raised questions over comparability prior to this. Almost 2000 scampi were tagged and released to investigate growth and some animals have been recaptured by industry.
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Photographic and trawl surveys of scampi in SCI 6A were conducted in February/March 2019. The photographic survey estimates of scampi and burrows both showed a continuation of the increase since 2013. The trawl survey estimate also indicates an increase from 2016, but an enforced vessel change raised questions over comparability prior to this. Almost 2000 scampi were tagged and released to investigate growth and some animals have been recaptured by industry.

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