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Crunch time for Marae Moana

Monday 13 March 2017 | Published in Environment

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Crunch time for Marae Moana
Commercial catches (long line and purse seine combined) within various distances from Cook Islands ports. Note that most fish are caught in the 100 to 200 km (54 to 108 nautical mile) zone. Note also the scale is different for each zone, so read the numbers on the horizontal scale (bottom of each graph) to see how much fish is caught). 17031007

SCREENED NOSE: This weekly column is provided by Te Ipukarea Society. It deals with environmental and conservation issues of interest to the Cook Islands.

SCREENED NOSE: This weekly column is provided by Te Ipukarea Society. It deals with environmental and conservation issues of interest to the Cook Islands.


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