Search References

Year Citation Gear Species Technique/Category
2021
Bonhommeau S (2021) Report of 2021 Meeting on collaborative activities for cetacean bycatch, IOTC-IWC. In: IOTC- 17th Working Party on Ecosystems & Bycatch (Assessment). IOTC-2021-WPEB17(AS)-29, Online
LL, PS, GN Marine Mammals
2021
Birdlife International (2021) Tackling the bycatch of Marine Megafauna in global gillnet fisheries
GN Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays
2021
Wyborn C, Evans MC (2021) Conservation needs to break free from global priority mapping. Nat Ecol Evol. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-021-01540-x
LL, PS, GN Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays
2021
WWF (2021) WWF position on the impact of fisheries on oceanic sharks and rays. In: IOTC- 17th Working Party on Ecosystems & Bycatch (Assessment). IOTC-2021-WPEB17(AS)-INF04, Online
Sharks and Rays
2020
FAO (2020) Report of the Expert Meeting to Develop Technical Guidelines to Reduce Bycatch of Marine Mammals in Capture Fisheries. Rome, Italy, 17–19 September 2019. Fisheries and Aquaculture Report No. 1289. FAO, Rome, Italy
LL, PS, GN Marine Mammals
2019
Mangel JC, Alfaro-Shigueto J, Debski I (2019) ‘Toolbox’ template for mitigation advice in artisanal and small-scale fisheries. In: ACAP - Ninth Meeting of the Advisory Committee. ACAP SBWG9 Doc 21, Florianópolis, Brazil, p 12
LL Seabirds
2019
CCSBT Secretariat (2019) Review of ERS Recommendation. In: The Thirteenth meeting of the Ecologically Related Species Working Group of the CCSBT (ERSWG13). CCSBT-ERS/1905/BGD01, Canberra, Australia
LL Sea Turtles,
Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays
2019
BMIS Coordinator (2019) BMIS ‘RFMO Portal’ Libraries in Zotero – how to join and use them
2019
ACAP SBWG Intersessional Group (2019) Drivers and barriers in the uptake of seabird bycatch mitigation measures and related conservation actions. In: ACAP - Ninth Meeting of the Seabird Bycatch Working Group. ACAP SBWG9 Doc 10 Rev 1, Florianópolis, Brazil
LL, PS, GN Seabirds
2019
Ayala L, Ortiz M, Gelcich S (2019) Exploring the role of fishers knowledge in assessing marine megafauna bycatch: insights from the Peruvian longline artisanal fishery. Animal Conservation 22:251–261. https://doi.org/10.1111/acv.12460
LL Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Seabirds
2019
Fitzsimmons L, Abraham E, Caillot S, Smith N (2019) An update on the Bycatch Management Information System (BMIS): developments in 2018-19 including the integration of data visualisation and mapping for bycatch data. In: WCPFC Scientific Committee 15th Regular Session. WCPFC-SC15-2019/EB-IP-01, Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia, p 17
LL, PS, GN Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays
2018
ISSF (2018) Biodegradable FAD Workshop -- Dakar
PS
Mitigation Techniques
2018
Fitzsimmons L, Smith N, Caillot S, Clarke S (2018) Bycatch Management Information System (BMIS): redevelopment update. In: WCPFC Scientific Committee 14th Regular Session. WCPFC-SC14-2018/ EB-IP-10, Busan, Republic of Korea
LL, PS Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays
2018
Hsu JH (2018) Effective Governance and Policy Implementation in Governing High Seas Fisheries: A Comparative Study of Three Regional Fisheries Management Organizations. PhD, Victoria University
LL, PS, GN Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays
2018
Galland GR (2018) FAD management objectives should be defined and implemented at ICCAT. ICCAT Collect Vol Sci Papers 74:2214–2218
PS Sea Turtles,
Sharks and Rays
Mitigation Techniques
2018
Sadusky H, Chaibongsai P, Die DJ, et al (2018) Management of moored fish aggregation devices (FADs) in the Caribbean. ICCAT Collect Vol Sci Papers 74:2230–2242
PS Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays
Mitigation Techniques
2018
Galland GR, Nickson AEM, Hopkins R, Miller SK (2018) On the importance of clarity in scientific advice for fisheries management. Marine Policy 87:250–254. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2017.10.029
LL, PS Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays
2017
Jenkins LD, Thompson KR, Bourillon L, Peckham SH (2017) The scope of fisheries learning exchanges for conservation. Marine Policy 77:196–204. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2016.05.025
LL, PS Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays
2017
Fitzsimmons L, Caillot S, Clarke S, Smith N (2017) Redevelopment of the Bycatch Management Information System (BMIS): status and future work plan including integrating regional bycatch data summaries. In: WCPFC Scientific Committee 13th Regular Session. WCPFC-SC13-2017/EB-WP-09, Rarotonga, Cook Islands
LL, PS Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays
2017
Plet-Hansen KS, Eliasen SQ, Mortensen LO, et al (2017) Remote electronic monitoring and the landing obligation – some insights into fishers’ and fishery inspectors’ opinions. Marine Policy 76:98–106. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2016.11.028
LL, PS Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays
2017
Mangel J, Alfaro-Shigueto J, Azócar J, Debski I (2017) ‘Toolbox’ template for mitigation advice in artisanal and small-scale fisheries. In: ACAP - Eighth Meeting of the Seabird Bycatch Working Group. SBWG8-Doc-16, Wellington, New Zealand
LL, PS Seabirds
2017
Murua J, Moreno G, Hall M, et al (2017) Towards Global Non-Entangling Fish Aggregating Device (FAD) Use in Tropical Tuna Purse Seine Fisheries Through a Participatory Approach. International Seafood Sustainability Foundation, Washington, D.C., USA.
PS Sea Turtles,
Sharks and Rays
Mitigation Techniques
2017
Seminoff J, Caceres V (2017) Conservation Status And Habitat Use Of Sea Turtles In The Eastern Pacific. In: IATTC - 7th Meeting of the Working Group on Bycatch. La Jolla, California
LL, PS Sea Turtles
Mitigation Techniques
2017
Harden-Davies HR (2017) Research for Regions: Strengthening Marine Technology Transfer for Pacific Island Countries and Biodiversity beyond National Jurisdiction. The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 32:797–822. https://doi.org/10.1163/15718085-13204023
LL, PS Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays
2017
Moreno G (2017) Designs That Reduce Maritime Debris from Fishing Devices Evolve Faster When Fishing Masters and Scientists Collaborate. In: Marine Science Today. http://marinesciencetoday.com/2017/05/02/designs-that-reduce-maritime-debris-from-fishing-devices-evolve-faster-when-fishing-masters-and-scientists-collaborate/. Accessed 5 May 2017
PS Sea Turtles,
Sharks and Rays
Mitigation Techniques