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    Workshop on the Ross Sea Data Collection Plan 2022
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    Thursday, 28 July 2022 - 09:00 Australia/Hobart (Working Group Paper)

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      Document Number Title Agenda Item(s)
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      Review of progress against the medium-term research plan for the Ross Sea toothfish fishery
      Delegation of New Zealand
      1.1, 1.2
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      Proposed medium-term research plan for the Ross Sea toothfish fishery
      Delegation of New Zealand
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      Research activities and voluntary programs for the Ross Sea region toothfish fishery
      Delegation of New Zealand
      3, 4


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      1     Identify fishery-based medium term research objectives
      1.1     Review 2014 plan progress
      1.2     Identify the fisheries-based research objectives to inform data collection needs
      2     Develop a sampling plan to obtain necessary data
      2.1     Sampling plans and timetables for individual species/species groups or sample types for fishing vessels with clear, rationalised observer data requirements
      2.2     Develop sampling protocols required
      2.3     Identify any revisions necessary for forms or instructions
      3     Identify high priority non-Olympic fishery research activities (e.g. CM 24-01)
      3.1     Research on the effects of the MPA on fish abundance (inside/outside comparisons)
      3.2     Out of season surveys (winter)
      3.3     Targeted sampling (e.g. tagging survival)
      4     Identify voluntary programs to test novel data collection mechanisms
      4.1     Fishery target sampling activities (e.g. electronic monitoring)
      4.2     Ecosystem sampling activities (e.g. automated data collection methods)
      4.3     Physical oceanographic measurements (e.g. mixed layer)