The fifteen fact sheets and activities in this resource give an overview of fishing and fisheries management issues in New Zealand.
They provide students with Social Sciences, Science and English learning experiences at levels 3, 4 and 5 of the New Zealand Curriculum framework.
For html versions of the factsheets, visit Kids Zone.
1 - How do we value our fisheries? (PDF 685KB)
2 - What is a fishery? (PDF 1MB)
3 - Managing fisheries (PDF 965 KB)
4 - Fishing on the high seas (PDF 703KB)
5 - Customary fishing rights (PDF 471KB)
6 - Fishing rules (PDF 838KB)
7 - Fishery officers (PDF 958 KB)
8 - Fisheries research (PDF 392KB)
9 - Observers (PDF 551KB)
10 - How to catch a fish (PDF 744 KB)
11 - Effect of human behaviour (PDF 900KB)
12 - Environmental issues (PDF 940KB)
13 - Marine Biodiversity (PDF 1.2MB)
14 - Highly Migratory Species of fish (PDF 751KB)
15 - World’s Largest Squid (PDF 357KB)
1 - How do we value our fisheries?
2 - What is a fishery?
3 - Managing fisheries
4 - Fishing on the high seas
5 - Customary fishing rights
6 - Fishing rules
7 - Fishery officers
8 - Fisheries research
9 - Observers
10 - How to catch a fish
11 - Effect of human behaviour
12 - Environmental issues
13 - Marine Biodiversity
14 - Highly Migratory Species of fish
15 - World’s Largest Squid