Search References

Year Citation Gear Species Technique/Category
2021
Goad D, Middleton D, Debski I (2021) Measuring hook sink times to depth in small longline vessels. In: ACAP - Tenth Meeting of the Seabird Bycatch Working Group. ACAP SBWG10 Inf 13 Rev 1, Electronic Meeting
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Mitigation Techniques
2020
Zhou C, Brothers N, Arrington-Bowder J, Jiao Y (2020) Species ranking of seabird bait-taking capability
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Mitigation Techniques
Population Level Assessments
2019
Brothers N, Robertson G (2019) Status of branch line weighting within RFMOs as a mitigation measure in pelagic longline fisheries. In: ACAP - Ninth Meeting of the Seabird Bycatch Working Group. ACAP SBWG9 Doc 17, Florianópolis, Brazil
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Mitigation Techniques
2019
ACAP, Birdlife International (2019) Pelagic Line-weighting Factsheet. English, Bahasa Indonesian, French, Japanese, Portuguese, Simplified & Traditional Chinese, Spanish.
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Mitigation Techniques
2017
Brothers N, Barrington J (2017) Elevating the status of branch line weighting in ACAP’s best practice advice for reducing the impact of pelagic longlines on seabirds. In: ACAP - Eighth Meeting of the Seabird Bycatch Working Group. SBWG8-Doc-15, Wellington, New Zealand
LL Seabirds
Mitigation Techniques
2017
Jiménez S, Forselledo R, Domingo A (2017) Effect of reduced distance between the hook and weight in pelagic longline branch-lines on seabird attack and bycatch rates and on the catch of target species. In: ACAP - Eighth Meeting of the Seabird Bycatch Working Group. SBWG8-Doc-INF27, Wellington, New Zealand
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Mitigation Techniques
2016
Barrington J, Robertson G, Candy SG (2016) Categorising branch line weighting for pelagic longline fishing according to sink rates. In: ACAP - Seventh Meeting of the Seabird Bycatch Working Group. ACAP-SBWG7-Doc7, Serena, Chile
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Mitigation Techniques
2014
Lee J, Lee C-W, Karlsen L, et al (2014) Which factors strongly influence the sinking speed of a demersal longline? Aquatic Conserv: Mar Freshw Ecosyst 24:118–134. https://doi.org/10.1002/aqc.2399
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Mitigation Techniques
2014
Robertson G (2014) Developments in the use of sliding lead weights in an Australian pelagic longline fishery: voluntary uptake, compliance and methods to minimise lead loss to the environment. ACAP Seabird Bycatch Working Group, Punta del Este, Uruguay
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Mitigation Techniques
2014
Robertson G (2014) Suggestion regarding Agenda item 14.2 of SBWG6 (Case study: South Georgia [Islas Georgias del Sur] Wandering Albatross and Grey-headed Albatross populations). ACAP Seabird Bycatch Working Group, Punta del Este, Uruguay
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Mitigation Techniques
2013
Gianuca D, Peppes FV, Sant’Ana R, Neves T (2013) Influence of electric fishing lights on sink rates of baited hooks in Brazilian pelagic long line. SBWG5 Doc 34 Doc 34:1–13
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Mitigation Techniques
2010
Robertson G (2010) ‘Best practice’ branch line configuration and deployment method to maximize hook sink rates to reduce interactions with seabirds in pelagic longline fisheries
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Mitigation Techniques
2010
Robertson G, van den Hoff J (2010) Static water sink rate trials to improve understanding of sink rates estimated at sea. ACAP, Mar del Plata, Argentina
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Mitigation Techniques
2008
Robertson G, Moreno CA, Gutiérrez E, et al (2008) Line weights of constant mass (and sink rates) for Spanish-system Patagonian toothfish longline vessels. CCAMLR Science 15:93–106
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Mitigation Techniques
2008
Gilman E (2008) Alternative branch line weight designs to improve crew safety and reduce bycatch of sensitive species groups in pelagic longline fisheries
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Mitigation Techniques
2004
Wienecke B, Robertson G (2004) Validation of sink rates of longlines measured using two different methods. CCAMLR Science 11:179–187
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Mitigation Techniques
2003
Gilman E (2003) Seabird Mortality in North Pacific Longline Fisheries. Endangered Species Update 20:36
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Mitigation Techniques
2002
Anderson S, Mcardle B (2002) Sink rate of baited hooks during deployment of a pelagic longline from a New Zealand fishing vessel. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 36:185–195. https://doi.org/10.1080/00288330.2002.9517079
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Mitigation Techniques
2000
Robertson GG (2000) Effect of Line Sink Rate on Albatross Mortality in the Patagonian Toothfish Longline Fishery. CCAMLR Science 7:133–150
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Mitigation Techniques
2000
Agnew DJ, Black AD, Croxall JP, Parkes GB (2000) Experimental evaluation of the effectiveness of weighting regimes in reducing seabird by-catch in the longline toothfish fishery around South Georgia. CCAMLR Science 7:119–131
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Mitigation Techniques
1995
Brothers N, Foster A, Robertson G (1995) The influence of bait quality on the sink rate of bait used in the Japanese longline tuna fishing industry: an experimental approach. CCAMLR Sci 2:123–129
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Mitigation Techniques
2021
Brothers N (2021) In Pursuit of Procella – a Heavy Hook for Pelagic Longlines to Reduce Procellariiforme Bycatch. In: ACAP - Tenth Meeting of the Seabird Bycatch Working Group. ACAP SBWG10 Inf 09, Electronic Meeting
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2021
Bentley LK, Kato A, Ropert-Coudert Y, et al (2021) Diving behaviour of albatrosses: implications for foraging ecology and bycatch susceptibility. Mar Biol 168:36. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00227-021-03841-y
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2019
Jiménez S, Forselledo R, Domingo A (2019) Effects of best practices to reduce seabird bycatch in pelagic longline fisheries on other threatened, protected and bycaught megafauna species. Biodivers Conserv 28:3657–3667. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10531-019-01842-4
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Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays
2019
Johnston JT, Barrington JH (2019) Improving safety when hauling branch lines during pelagic longline fishing operations. In: ACAP - Ninth Meeting of the Seabird Bycatch Working Group. ACAP SBWG9 Doc 16 Rev 1, Florianópolis, Brazil
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