Fisheries Infosite

Trawl survey of hoki and middle-depth species on the Chatham Rise, January 2011(TAN1101)


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The 20th annual Chatham Rise trawl survey was carried out from 2 to 28 January 2011. 114 bottom trawl stations were successfully completed comprising 88 core (200–800 m) phase one biomass stations, 2 core phase two stations, 23 deep (800–1300 m) stations, and 1 deep phase two station. The estimate of relative core hoki biomass was 93 904 t (c.v. 14.0%), hake was 1 099 t (c.v. 14.9%), and ling was 7 027 t (c.v. 13.8%).

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Thursday, 31 May 2012
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Author: D.W. Stevens; M.R. Dunn; P.L. Horn; R.L. O’Driscoll; S.L. Ballara;
FishingMethod: Bottom trawl;
ResearchField: Chatham Rise; Trawl Survey;
ScienceStock: Middle Depth;
Species: HOK; Hoki;
Stock: HOK;

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