Search References

Year Citation Gear Species Technique/Category
2020
Parsa M, Emery TJ, Williams AJ, Nicol S (2020) An empirical Bayesian approach for estimating fleet- and vessel-level bycatch rates in fisheries with effort heterogeneity and limited data: a prospective tool for measuring bycatch mitigation performance. ICES J Mar Sci 77:921–929. https://doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fsaa020
LL Seabirds
Mitigation Techniques
Population Level Assessments
2011
Guillotreau P, Salladarré F, Dewals P, Dagorn L (2011) Fishing tuna around Fish Aggregating Devices (FADs) vs free swimming schools: Skipper decision and other determining factors. Fisheries Research 109:234–242. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fishres.2011.02.007
PS
2009
Dietrich KS, Parrish JK, Melvin EF (2009) Understanding and addressing seabird bycatch in Alaska demersal longline fisheries. Biological Conservation 142:2642–2656. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2009.06.013
LL Seabirds
2009
Petersen SL, Honig MB, Ryan PG, et al (2009) Turtle bycatch in the pelagic longline fishery off southern Africa. African Journal of Marine Science 31:87–96. https://doi.org/10.2989/AJMS.2009.31.1.8.779
LL Sea Turtles
2006
Gilman EL, Dalzell P, Martin S (2006) Fleet communication to abate fisheries bycatch. Marine Policy 30:360–366. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2005.06.003
LL Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays
Management Categories
2021
Janc A, Guinet C, Pinaud D, et al (2021) Fishing behaviours and fisher effect in decision‐making processes when facing depredation by marine predators. Fish Manag Ecol fme.12503. https://doi.org/10.1111/fme.12503
LL Marine Mammals
Management Categories
1998
Klaer N, Polacheck T (1998) The Influence of Environmental Factors and Mitigation Measures on By-Catch Rates of Seabirds by Japanese Longline Fishing Vessels in the Australian Region. EMU 98:305–316. https://doi.org/10.1071/MU98042
LL Seabirds
2015
Tixier P, Garcia JV, Gasco N, et al (2015) Mitigating killer whale depredation on demersal longline fisheries by changing fishing practices. ICES J Mar Sci 72:1610–1620. https://doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fsu137
LL Marine Mammals
2001
Nishida T, Tanio M (2001) Summary of the predation surveys for the tuna longline catch in the Indian and Pacific Ocean based on the Japanese investigation cruises (1954, 1958 and 1966-81). In: IOTC Working Party on Tropical Tunas. IOTC, Seychelles, p 19
LL Marine Mammals
2008
Petersen S, Nel D, Ryan P, Underhill L (2008) Understanding and mitigating vulnerable bycatch in southern African trawl and longline fisheries. WWF Responsible Fisheries Programme, South Africa
LL Sea Turtles,
Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays
2006
Dalzell P, Gilman E (2006) Turtle Bycatch Mitigation in the Hawaii Longline Fishery. WCPFC, Manila, Philippines
LL Sea Turtles
2006
Gilman E, Brothers N, McPherson G, Dalzell P (2006) A review of cetacean interactions with longline gear. J Cetacean Res Manage 8:215–223
LL Marine Mammals
2001
Melvin EF, Parrish JK, Dietrich KS, Hamel OS (2001) Solutions to seabird bycatch in Alaska’s demersal longline fisheries. Washington Sea Grant Program., Seattle, Washington
LL Seabirds
2006
Kobayashi D, Fisheries UN, Fisheries PI, et al (2006) Analyses of Observer Program Data for the Hawaii-Based Longline Swordfish Fishery. WCPFC, Manila, Philippines
LL Sea Turtles,
Sharks and Rays
1999
Brothers N, Gales R, Reid T (1999) The influence of environmental variables and mitigation measures on seabird catch rates in the Japanese tuna longline fishery within the Australian Fishing Zone, 1991-1995. Biological Conservation 88:85–101. https://doi.org/doi:10.1016/S0006-3207(98)00085-8
LL Seabirds
2018
Gilman E, Ishizaki A (eds) (2018) Report of the Workshop to Review Seabird Bycatch Mitigation Measures for Hawaii’s Pelagic Longline Fisheries: September 18-19, 2018. Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council, Honolulu, Hawaii
LL Seabirds
Population Level Assessments
2021
Sacchi J (2021) Overview of mitigation measures to reduce the incidental catch of vulnerable species in fisheries. General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean. Studies and Reviews No. 100. FAO, Rome
LL, PS, GN Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays