New Zealand fur seal with plastic netting around it's neckImage: DOC
Read about predicting future distribution of protected deep-sea coral species using models.
Read the final research report for the 2012 field season studying the demography and distribution of Buller's albatrosses.
View the 2010 results from a demography and distribution study of Buller's albatross at the Snares Islands.
This is the abstract for an article published in a recent journal. It investigates fine-scale foraging patterns of white-capped albatross in relation to fishing effort.
Read a recent summary of protected species interactions observed in the inshore snapper demersal longline fishery during the period 2001-07.
This report summarises trials of mincing as an offal management technique to reduce attendance of seabirds at the vessel, on two offshore trawl trips in 2008.
This report describes a qualitative (Level 1) risk assessment was conducted to examine the likelihood of fisheries effects on populations of New Zealand seabirds.
This report summarises a trial to evaluate the potential use of electronic monitoring in capturing protected species interactions in a NZ inshore trawl fishery.
This paper describes the distribution, pup production and mortality of the New Zealand sea lion on Campbell Island. The work was completed through Crown funding provided by Marine Conservation Services.
This is the abstract for an article published in a recent journal. It investigates strategies for reducing the number of seabirds attending a trawling vessel.
This review presents research on black and red corals as well as other deep sea coral groups.