Search References

Year Citation Gear Species Technique/Category
2016
Shet R, Baker B, Sherwin S, et al (2016) Assessing the importance of net colour as a seabird bycatch mitigation measure in gillnet fishing. In: ACAP - Seventh Meeting of the Seabird Bycatch Working Group. ACAP-SBWG7 Inf 10, La Serena, Chile
GN Seabirds
Mitigation Techniques
2021
Oliveira N, Almeida A, Alonso H, et al (2021) A contribution to reducing bycatch in a high priority area for seabird conservation in Portugal. Bird Conservation International 31:553–572. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0959270920000489
PS, GN Seabirds
2018
Almeida, Ameryk A, Campos B, et al (2018) Study on mitigation measures to minimise seabird bycatch in gillnet fisheries. European Maritime and Fisheries Fund
GN Seabirds
2016
Crawford R, Mangel J, Morgan K (2016) Gillnet Bycatch of ACAP Species and Ongoing Mitigation Development. In: ACAP - Seventh Meeting of the Seabird Bycatch Working Group. ACAP-SBWG7 Inf 09, La Serena, Chile
GN Seabirds
2019
Field R, Crawford R, Enever R, et al (2019) High contrast panels and lights do not reduce bird bycatch in Baltic Sea gillnet fisheries. Global Ecology and Conservation 18:e00602. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gecco.2019.e00602
GN Seabirds
2015
Wiedenfeld DA, Crawford R, Pott CM (2015) Results of a Workshop on Reduction of Bycatch of Seabirds, Sea Turtles, and Sea Mammals in Gillnets. American Bird Conservanct and Birdlife International
GN Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Seabirds
1999
Melvin EF, Parrish JK, Conquest LL (1999) Novel Tools to Reduce Seabird Bycatch in Coastal Gillnet Fisheries. Conservation Biology 13:1386–1397. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.1523-1739.1999.98426.x
GN Seabirds
2001
Melvin EF, Parrish JK (eds) (2001) Seabird bycatch: trends, roadblocks, and solutions. Proceedings of the Symposium 26-27 February 1999. University of Alaska Sea Grant, Fairbanks, Alaska
LL, GN Seabirds
2011
Løkkeborg S (2011) Best practices to mitigate seabird bycatch in longline, trawl and gillnet fisheries - efficiency and practical applicability. Marine Ecology Progress Series 435:285–303. https://doi.org/10.3354/meps09227
LL, GN Seabirds