Assessment of impacts of mechanical spat harvesting on the surf clams of Te Oneroa-a-Tōhē / P.M. Ross.

By: Ross, P. M.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: New Zealand aquatic environment and biodiversity report: no. 250Publisher: Wellington : Fisheries New Zealand, Tina a Tangaroa, 2020Description: 1 online resource.ISBN: 9781990043314.Subject(s): PAPHIES VENTRICOSA | TOHEROA | PAPHIES SUBTRIANGULATA | TUATUA | NINETY MILE BEACH | SPAT | HARVESTING | SURF CLAMS | AQUACULTURE | FISHERIES | NEW ZEALANDHoldings: ELECTRONIC Online resources: AEBR 250 Fisheries Inforsite | NIWA document server | National Digital Heritage Archive Open Access Summary: An investigation was conducted into the impacts of mechanical mussel spat harvesting on toheroa (Paphies ventricosa) and tuatua (Paphies subtriangulata) at Te Oneroa-a-Tōhē (Ninety Mile Beach). There was no detectable impact when these surf clams were either fully or partially buried. However, beach cast clams lying on top of the sediment on their sides were vulnerable to crushing by vehicles.
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An investigation was conducted into the impacts of mechanical mussel spat harvesting on toheroa (Paphies ventricosa) and tuatua (Paphies subtriangulata) at Te Oneroa-a-Tōhē (Ninety Mile Beach). There was no detectable impact when these surf clams were either fully or partially buried. However, beach cast clams lying on top of the sediment on their sides were vulnerable to crushing by vehicles.

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