Protection of exploited fish in temperate regions:high density and biomass of snapper Pagrus auratus (Sparidae) in northern New Zealand marine reserves

@inproceedings{Willis2003ProtectionOE,
  title={Protection of exploited fish in temperate regions:high density and biomass of snapper Pagrus auratus (Sparidae) in northern New Zealand marine reserves},
  author={Trevor J Willis and Russell B. Millar and Russ C Babcock},
  year={2003}
}
1. The use of marine reserves as tools either for conservation or fisheries management requires rigorous empirical evidence for the recovery of exploited species within them. 2. The relative density and size structure of snapper Pagrus auratus (Sparidae), an intensively exploited reef fish species, were measured, using baited underwater video, inside and outside three northern New Zealand marine reserves (Leigh Marine Reserve, Hahei Marine Reserve and Tawharanui Marine Park) every 6 months from… CONTINUE READING

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