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Benthic invertebrate bycatch from a deep‐water trawl fishery, Chatham Rise, New Zealand
TLDR
There is an urgent need to assess more fully the impact of trawling on seamount biotas and, in consequence, possible conservation measures.
Macrobenthic polychaete assemblages of the continental shelf and upper slope off the west coast of the South Island, New Zealand
Abstract Polychaete assemblages are described from replicate box‐core samples collected in summer 1983 at 18 stations on the continental shelf and upper slope (28–943 m) off the west coast of the
Bathyal polychaete assemblages in the region of the Subtropical Front, Chatham Rise, New Zealand
TLDR
Faunal density and species diversity appeared highest from the crest to 750 m depth on the southern side of the Rise and low species diversity at the deepest sites may be confounded by reduced density.
Polychaete Distribution on the Chatham Rise, Southwest Pacific
Macrobenthic samples Were collected along 3 north-south transects at 244-1394 m depth across the Chatham Rise, eastern New Zealand, to examine the distribution of polychaete assemblages in the region
Sediment macrobenthos of upper Otago Harbour, New Zealand
Abstract Sediment macrobenthos of the Upper Otago Harbour, south‐eastern New Zealand, was surveyed in 1993. Replicate samples (0.1 m2 sieved on 1 ‐mm mesh) were taken using a diver‐operated suction
Seasonal changes in a deep-water fish assemblage in response to monsoon-generated upwelling events
The coastal shelf of the Gulf of Oman experiences periodic upwelling events during the summer months that are driven by the southwest monsoon. It is unclear what role these events play in the spatial
Macrobenthic assemblages of the continental shelf and upper slope off the west coast of South Island, New Zealand
Benthic macrofaunal samples were taken at 30 stations on the continental shelf and upper slope (32–1120 m) off the west coast of South Island, New Zealand, southeastern Tasman Sea (c. 41–43° S,
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