Search References

Year Citation Gear Species Technique/Category
2022
Basurko OC, Gabiña G, Lopez J, et al (2022) Fuel consumption of free-swimming school versus FAD strategies in tropical tuna purse seine fishing. Fisheries Research 245:106139. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fishres.2021.106139
PS Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Sharks and Rays
Mitigation Techniques
Management Categories
2022
Hilborn R, Agostini VN, Chaloupka M, et al (2022) Area-based management of blue water fisheries: Current knowledge and research needs. Fish and Fisheries 23:492–518. https://doi.org/10.1111/faf.12629
LL, PS, GN Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays
Mitigation Techniques
2022
Monteagudo JP, Murua H, Restrepo V, Koehler H (2022) ISSF Responsible Fishing Guidelines for Tuna Longline Fisheries. ISSF Technical Report 2022-02, Washington, DC, USA
LL Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays
2022
ISSF (2022) Jelly FAD - A paradigm shift in Biodegradable Fish Aggregating Device (FAD) design. Video recording
PS Sharks and Rays
2022
ISSF (2022) Fact Checking Six Ideas About Fish Aggregating Devices (FADs). Video recording
PS Sharks and Rays
2022
Suuronen P (2022) Understanding perspectives and barriers that affect fishers’ responses to bycatch reduction technologies. ICES Journal of Marine Science fsac045. https://doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fsac045
LL, PS, GN Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays
2022
Pons M, Watson J, Ovando D, et al (2022) Trade-offs between bycatch and target catches in static versus dynamic fishery closures. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119:11–11. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2114508119
LL, PS, GN Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays
Mitigation Techniques
2022
Báez JC, Déniz S, Ramos ML, et al (2022) Data Provision for Science-Based FAD Fishery Management: Spanish FAD Management Plan as a Case Study. Sustainability 14:3278. https://doi.org/10.3390/su14063278
PS
Mitigation Techniques
2022
Mucientes G, Vedor M, Sims DW, Queiroz N (2022) Unreported discards of internationally protected pelagic sharks in a global fishing hotspot are potentially large. Biological Conservation 269:109534. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2022.109534
LL Sharks and Rays
2022
Gilman E, Hall M, Booth H, et al (2022) A decision support tool for integrated fisheries bycatch management. Rev Fish Biol Fisheries. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11160-021-09693-5
LL, PS, GN Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays
2022
Roberson LA, Wilcox C (2022) Bycatch rates in fisheries largely driven by variation in individual vessel behaviour. Nat Sustain. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41893-022-00865-0
LL, PS, GN Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays
Mitigation Techniques
2022
Rodrigues L dos S, Kinas PG, Cardoso LG (2022) Optimal setting time and season increase the target and reduce the incidental catch in longline fisheries: a Bayesian beta mixed regression approach. ICES Journal of Marine Science fsac049. https://doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fsac049
LL Sea Turtles,
Sharks and Rays
Mitigation Techniques
2022
Cerbule K, Herrmann B, Grimaldo E, et al (2022) Comparison of the efficiency and modes of capture of biodegradable versus nylon gillnets in the Northeast Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) fishery. Marine Pollution Bulletin 178:113618. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpolbul.2022.113618
GN
2022
Petrossian GA, Pires SF, Sosnowski M, et al (2022) Threats of Longline Fishing to Global Albatross Diversity. Animals 12:887. https://doi.org/10.3390/ani12070887
LL Seabirds
Population Level Assessments
2022
Ontomwa MB, Kimani EN, Fulanda BM, Nyamweya CS (2022) Evaluation of the Kenya long line pelagic fishery: Temporal variation in fishing effort and catch rates. Regional Studies in Marine Science 52:102320. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rsma.2022.102320
Sharks and Rays
Population Level Assessments
2022
O’Sullivan J, Lowe CG, Sosa-Nishizaki O, et al (2022) A biologging database of juvenile white sharks from the northeast Pacific. Sci Data 9:142. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41597-022-01235-3
LL Sharks and Rays
Management Categories
2022
Guidino C, Campbell E, Bielli A, et al (2022) Pingers Reduce Small Cetacean Bycatch in a Peruvian Small-Scale Driftnet Fishery, but Humpback Whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) Interactions Abound. Aquat Mamm 48:117–125. https://doi.org/10.1578/AM.48.2.2022.117
GN Marine Mammals,
Sharks and Rays
Mitigation Techniques
Population Level Assessments
2022
Jorgensen S, Micheli F, White T, et al (2022) Emergent research and priorities for shark and ray conservation. Endang Species Res 47:171–203. https://doi.org/10.3354/esr01169
LL, PS, GN Sharks and Rays
2022
Nguyen KQ, Nguyen BV, Phan HT, et al (2022) A comparison of catch efficiency and bycatch reduction of tuna pole-and-line fisheries using Japan tuna hook (JT-hook) and circle-shaped hook (C-hook). Mar Freshwater Res. https://doi.org/10.1071/MF21288
Sea Turtles
2022
Gilman E, Musyl M, Wild M, et al (2022) Investigating weighted fishing hooks for seabird bycatch mitigation. Sci Rep 12:2833. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-06875-4
LL Seabirds
2022
Christensen-Dalsgaard S, Ytrehus B, Langset M, et al (2022) Seabird beachcast events associated with bycatch in the Norwegian purse seine fishery. Marine Environmental Research 105625. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marenvres.2022.105625
PS Seabirds
2022
Pan B, Zhu J, Lin Q, et al (2022) Study on the catch, bycatch and discard of Chinese pelagic longline fisheries in the Atlantic Ocean. Aquaculture and Fisheries in press: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aaf.2022.03.002
LL Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays
2022
May E (2022) Assessing Data Requirements for Calculating Sustainable Marine Mammal Bycatch Limits. Masters Thesis, Duke University
LL, PS, GN Marine Mammals
2022
Drinkwin J (2022) Reporting and retrieval of lost fishing gear: recommendations for developing effective programmes. FAO;
LL, PS, GN Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays
2022
Stohs SM, Harmon KM (2022) Bayesian prediction of fishery biological impacts from limited data: A deep-set buoy gear case study. Fisheries Research 249:106228. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fishres.2022.106228
LL Sea Turtles,
Sharks and Rays
Population Level Assessments