Estimating the abundance of scampi in SCI 3 (Mernoo Bank) 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: 2021/17Publisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Fisheries New Zealand, Tini a Tangaroa, 2021Description: 1 online resource (42 pages) colour illustrations.ISBN: 9781991003652.Other title: Estimating the abundance of scampi in SCI 3 in 2019 [Running title].Subject(s): FISHERIES | NEW ZEALAND | NEW ZEALAND LOBSTER | COUNTING | CHATHAM RISE | FISH STOCK ASSESSMENTHoldings: ELECTRONIC Online resources: FAR 2021/17 Fisheries Infosite | NIWA document server | National Digital Heritage Archive Open Access Summary: Photographic and trawl surveys of scampi in SCI 3 were conducted in September 2019. This area was last surveyed in 2016. The photographic and trawl survey results suggest scampi abundance has continued the increase observed since the 2009 survey. Scampi were tagged and released to investigate growth rates. Additional data were collected, including visually detected Microsporidian infection rates in scampi, sediment samples, acoustic seabed measurements, and stomach contents scampi predators.
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Photographic and trawl surveys of scampi in SCI 3 were conducted in September 2019. This area was last surveyed in 2016. The photographic and trawl survey results suggest scampi abundance has continued the increase observed since the 2009 survey. Scampi were tagged and released to investigate growth rates. Additional data were collected, including visually detected Microsporidian infection rates in scampi, sediment samples, acoustic seabed measurements, and stomach contents scampi predators.

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