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This report describes the background physical and surface biological conditions at the time of the New Zealand IPY-CAML survey of the Ross Sea (February–March 2008), including distributions of water mass, water quality and sea ice. current 01 August 2014
978-0-478-43266-4
1179-6480
Heat is being used as a biosecurity treatment in a number of areas, including management of risk from exotic pests in timbers under an international standards ISPM 15, and fruit flies in fresh produce. This research was a preliminary study to explore the feasibility of using heat as a surface treatment for hitch-hiker pests inside containers, as a potential replacement for methyl bromide fumigation. current 01 August 2014
978-0-478-41470-7
2253-3923
This document describes the analysis conducted by MPI on various honey datasets to establish the high level characteristics for mānuka-type honey; the MPI-funded pilot research projects that help scope suitable characteristics for additional science projects; and the future science required to characterise both monofloral and multifloral mānuka honey. current 31 July 2014
978-0-478-43283-1
2253-3923
As part of the infant formula market assurance programme, announced by the Minister for Food Safety in June 2013, MPI proposes to make specifications for the manufacture of dairy based formulae for infants and young children under the Animal Products Act 1999. The draft specifications are attached to this paper at Appendix 1. Submissions are sought from interested parties, and in particular manufacturers, on the consultation paper and draft specifications. Submissions close on 12 September 2014. current 31 July 2014
978-0-478-43719-5
2253-3907
These guidelines are intended for applicants that would like to receive a grant to assist in the treatment of erosion on the East Coast through the Erosion Control Funding Programme (ECFP). current 31 July 2014
978-0-478-43705-8
Requirements of the New Zealand Food Act and Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code (the Code). There are additional requirements defined in the Fair Trading Act and Weights and Measures Regulations. current 30 July 2014
A review and summary of the time series of input data available for the assessment of southern blue whiting (Micromesistius australis) stocks in 2013. current 30 July 2014
978-0-478-43716-4
1179-5352
This report reviews stock monitoring options for kingfish. The commercial kingfish fisheries, because of their limited by-catch nature, offer poor stock monitoring potential. Sampling kingfish caught by recreational charter boat fisheries proved to be the best option for monitoring age composition in each of the kingfish QMAs. The ongoing recreational tagging data series has limited stock separation utility unless recreational effort data is also collected. current 30 July 2014
978-0-478-43718-8
1179-5352
The 2013 stock assessment of Mid-East Coast (MEC) orange roughy was performed using NIWA’s Bayesian stock assessment package CASAL. An age-structured model was fitted to fishery and fishery-independent abundance indices and composition data. Current stock status was estimated at 21% Bo with a 95% CI of 12–33% Bo. It was concluded that the stock is very unlikely to be below the hard limit, as likely as not to be below the soft limit, and unlikely to be at or above the target (30% Bo). current 30 July 2014
978-0-478-43713-3
1179-5352
Assessments of SCI 1 and SCI 2 scampi stocks have been updated, and assessments for both were accepted. For SCI 1, SSB remains stable at around 70% SSB0. Fishing intensity has consistently been below F 40% Bo. For SCI 2, SSB has increased recently, and is around 65% SSBo. Fishing intensity peaked in 2002 but has declined in recent years, while SSB/SSBo has increased. For both stocks, future catches between 100 and 140 tonnes (to 2018) are not predicted to reduce the SSB below 40% SSBo. current 30 July 2014
978-0-478-43710-2
1179-5352
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