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Assessment of the west coast south Island and northern North Island orange roughy fisheries

by Clark, M.R. (MAF Fisheries, Fisheries Research Centre. Wellington); Tracey, D.M. (MAF Fisheries, Fisheries Research Centre. Wellington).

Source: New Zealand fisheries assessment research document. Publisher: Wellington : MAFFish, New Zealand Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, 1988Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: No items available
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Challenger Plateau orange roughy fishery

by Clark, M.R. (MAF Fisheries, Fisheries Research Centre. Wellington).

Source: New Zealand fisheries assessment research document. Publisher: Wellington : MAFFish, New Zealand Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, 1988Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: No items available
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Assessment of the Chatham Rise orange roughy fishery for 1987/88

by Robertson, D.A. (MAF Fisheries, Fisheries Research Centre. Wellington); Mace, P.M. (MAF Fisheries, Fisheries Research Centre. Wellington).

Source: New Zealand fisheries assessment research document. Publisher: Wellington : MAFFish, New Zealand Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, 1988Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: No items available
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Orange roughy fishery assessment, Cape Runaway to Banks Peninsula : 1988

by Annala, J.H. (MAF Fisheries, Fisheries Research Centre. Wellington).

Source: New Zealand fisheries assessment research document. Publisher: Wellington : MAFFish, New Zealand Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, 1988Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: No items available
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Assessment of the Chatham Rise (area 3B) orange roughy fishery for the 1988-89 season

by Robertson, D.A. (MAF Fisheries, Fisheries Research Centre. Wellington).

Source: New Zealand fisheries assessment research document. Publisher: Wellington : MAFFish, New Zealand Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, 1989Online Access: Click here to access online Availability: No items available

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