12-06-2005, West Norfolk Ridge, Tasman Sea: Crew on New Zealand bottom trawler Waipori wrestle with a large piece of 400 year old Paragorgia coral hauled up from the deep-sea.
12-June-2005 West Norfolk Ridge international waters Tasman Sea / A crewman on the deck of the New Zealand vessel Waipori holds a rare and endangered 'Paralomis cf. Yaldwyni' crab taken from the bottom trawler's net.
12-06-2005, West Norfolk Ridge, International Waters, Tasman Sea: Fishermen on the New Zealand bottom trawler Waipori work to clear coral including endangered Cites listed Leiopathes and Bathypathes corals endemic to seamounts dredged up in their...
The Rainbow Warrior at rest in Matauri Bay.
High-seas bottom trawl red herrings: Debunking claims of sustainability in the bottom trawling industry.
A case study of the flag of convienience bottom trawling vessle the Chang Xing
08-06-2005: NW Challenger Plateau Tasman Sea: Greenpeace activists from the Rainbow Warrior (background) attach buoys to the cod end of the trawl net from the deep sea bottom trawler 'Ocean Reward'.
08-06-2005: NW Challenger Plateau Tasman Sea: Greenpeace activists delay the setting of deep sea bottom trawl gear aboard the vessel Ocean Reward
08-06-2005: NW Challenger Plateau Tasman Sea: Greenpeace activists motor away from the vessel Ocean Reward after cabling the trawl doors together to prevent bottom trawling proceeding.
08-06-2005: NW Challenger Plateau Tasman Sea: Greenpeace activists use wire cables to tie the trawl doors together on the bottom trawler Ocean Reward.
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