- Author:Emmanuel Makarios
- Publisher:IPL Books; First Edition edition (December 12, 1999)
- Pages:112 pages
- Subcategory:Australia & Oceania
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Nets, Lines, and Pots book. by Emmanuel Makarios.
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By (author) Emmanuel Makarios. Publication City/Country Wellington, New Zealand. Illustrations note 90 b&w photographs. ISBN13 9780908876983. Categories: Maritime History. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.
Nets, lines, and pots. a history of New Zealand fishing vessels. Published 1996 by IPL Books in Wellington, .
Nets, lines and pots: a history of New Zealand fishing vessels. Wellington: IPL Books/Wellington Maritime Museum, 1996–99. Fishermen of Fiordland. Wellington: A. H. & A. W. Reed, 1976. The story of Sanford Ltd: the first one hundred years.
Nets, Lines and Pots: A History of New Zealand Fishing Vessels, 2 vols. Trawlers, Trollers and Trepangers: the story of the Queensland commercial fishing industry pre-1988 by Noel HAYSOM (pp. 68-70). Nets, Lines and Pots: A History of New Zealand Fishing Vessels, 2 vols. by Emmanuel MAKARIOS (pp. 60-62).
A three volume set of books from transpress New Zealand of episodes from the history of New Zealand commercial fishing vessels, and the . The text is complemented by over 100 photographs. Nets, Lines and Pots: A history of New Zealand Fishing Vessels: Volume Two.
A three volume set of books from transpress New Zealand of episodes from the history of New Zealand commercial fishing vessels, and the individuals and companies which operated them. Author: Emmanuel Makarios. Format: 260 x 190 mm portrait, softcovered.
As with other countries, New Zealand’s 200 nautical miles exclusive economic zone gives its fishing industry special fishing rights. It covers . million square kilometres. This is the sixth largest zone in the world, and is fourteen times the land area of New Zealand itself. The New Zealand zone has a rich and unusually complex underwater topography. Over 15,000 marine species are known to live there, about ten percent of the world's diversity.
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Traditionally New Zealand's fishing industry was an inshore one largely confined to the domestic market. These zones were established because countries wanted protection from foreign fishing vessels. Because New Zealand’s territory includes the Chatham Islands and other outer islands, its EEZ is . million square kilometres, the sixth largest fishing zone in the world.
The author, the exhibitions officer at the Wellington Maritime Museum since 1986, set out to give these individuals their much deserved place in the nation's heritage. This first volume of the resulting trilogy of books, among other episodes from the story, recounts the early fishermen of Island Bay, blue cod and cray fishing in the Chatham Islands, fishing vessels at war, and the story of Ivan Tally, the founder of Tally's Fisheries. The text is complemented by over 100 photographs.