Search References

Year Citation Gear Species Technique/Category
2021
Bigelow K, Carvalho F (2021) Draft Review of potential mitigation measures to reduce fishing-related mortality on silky and oceanic whitetip sharks (Project 101). In: WCPFC Scientific Committee 17th Regular Session. WCPFC-SC17-2021/EB-WP-01, Electronic Meeting
LL Sharks and Rays
Mitigation Techniques
Population Level Assessments
2017
Santos MN, Lino PG, Coelho R (2017) Effects of leader material on catches of shallow pelagic longline fisheries in the southwest Indian Ocean. FB 115:219–232. https://doi.org/10.7755/FB.115.2.9
LL Sharks and Rays
Mitigation Techniques
2014
Harley S (2014) The best way to protect heavily depleted shark populations? Stop trying to catch them! SPC Fisheries Newsletter 145:4–5
LL Sharks and Rays
Mitigation Techniques
2014
Santos M N, Coelho R, Lino PG (2014) Preliminary results of the LL-sharks project: A comparison of wire versus monofilament leaders in the Portuguese pelagic swordfish fishery in the SW Indian Ocean. IOTC, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
LL Sharks and Rays
Mitigation Techniques
2013
SPC-OFP (2013) Preliminary analysis of potential impacts of wire traces on shark catches in WCPO tuna longline fisheries. In: WCPFC Scientific Committee 9th Regular Session. WCPFC‐SC9‐2013/EB-IP-09, Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia
LL Sharks and Rays
Mitigation Techniques
2008
Ward P, Lawrence E, Darbyshire R, Hindmarsh S (2008) Large-scale experiment shows that nylon leaders reduce shark bycatch and benefit pelagic longline fishers. Fisheries Research 90:100–108. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fishres.2007.09.034
LL Sharks and Rays
Mitigation Techniques
2007
Ward P, Lawrence E, Darbyshire R, Hindmarsh S (2007) Large scale experiment shows that banning wire leaders helps pelagic sharks and longline fishers. WCPFC SC3/EB-SWG-WP-5, Honolulu, Hawaii
LL Sharks and Rays
Mitigation Techniques
2001
Stone HH, Dixon LK (2001) A comparison of catches of swordfish, Xiphias gladius, and other pelagic species from Canadian longline gear configured with alternating monofilament and multifilament nylon gangions. FISHERY BULLETIN-NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION 99:210–216
LL Sharks and Rays
Mitigation Techniques
1997
Klaer N, Polacheck T (1997) By-catch of Albatrosses and other Seabirds by Japanese Longline Fishing Vessels in the Australian Fishing Zone from April 1992 to March 1995. EMU 97:150–167. https://doi.org/10.1071/MU97019
LL Seabirds
Mitigation Techniques
Population Level Assessments
1993
Branstetter S, Musick JA (1993) Comparisons of shark catch rates on longlines using rope/steel (Yankee) and monofilament gangions. Marine Fisheries Review 55:4–9
LL Sharks and Rays
Mitigation Techniques
2021
Hutchinson M, Siders Z, Stahl J, Bigelow K (2021) Quantitative estimates of post-release survival rates of sharks captured in Pacific tuna longline fisheries reveal handling and discard practices that improve survivorship. PIFSC Data Report DR-21-001: https://doi.org/10.25923/0M3C-2577
LL Sharks and Rays
Population Level Assessments
2018
IATTC SAC (2018) Staff recommendations for management and data collection 2018. In: IATTC - 9th Meeting of the Scientific Advisory Committee. IATTC SAC-09-15 Rev 2, La Jolla, California
LL, PS Marine Mammals,
Sea Turtles,
Seabirds,
Sharks and Rays
2015
Afonso AS, Santiago R, Hazin H, Hazin FHV (2015) Corrigendum to “Shark bycatch and mortality and hook bite-offs in pelagic longlines: Interactions between hook types and leader materials” [Fish. Res. 131–133 (2015) 9–14]. Fisheries Research 167:278–279. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fishres.2015.03.007
LL Sharks and Rays
2014
Caneco B, Donovan C, Harley S (2014) Analysis of WCPO longline observer data to determine factors impacting catchability and condition on retrieval of oceanic whitetip, silky, blue and thesher sharks. WCPFC, Majuro, Republic of the Marshall Islands, p 34
LL Sharks and Rays
Population Level Assessments
2013
Coelho R, Infante P, Santos MN (2013) Application of Generalized Linear Models and Generalized Estimation Equations to model at-haulback mortality of blue sharks captured in a pelagic longline fishery in the Atlantic Ocean. Fisheries Research 145:66–75. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fishres.2013.02.010
LL Sharks and Rays
Population Level Assessments
2012
Rudershausen PJ, Buckel JA, Bolton GE, et al (2012) A comparison between circle hook and J hook performance in the dolphinfish, yellowfish tuna, and wahoo troll fishery off the coast of North Carolina. Fish Bull 110:156–175
LL Sharks and Rays
2012
Afonso AS, Santiago R, Hazin H, Hazin FHV (2012) Shark bycatch and mortality and hook bite-offs in pelagic longlines: Interactions between hook types and leader materials. Fisheries Research 131–133:9–14. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fishres.2012.07.001
LL Sharks and Rays
2012
Queiroz N, Humphries NE, Noble LR, et al (2012) Spatial Dynamics and Expanded Vertical Niche of Blue Sharks in Oceanographic Fronts Reveal Habitat Targets for Conservation. PLoS ONE 7:e32374. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0032374
LL Sharks and Rays
2006
Yokota K, Kiyota M, Minami H (2006) Shark catch in a pelagic longline fishery: Comparison of circle and tuna hooks. Fisheries Research 81:337–341. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fishres.2006.08.006
LL Sharks and Rays
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
2020
Gilman E, Beverly S, Musyl M, Chaloupka M (2020) Commercial viability of locating pelagic longline branchline weights at the hook to reduce seabird bycatch. Endang Species Res 43:223–233. https://doi.org/10.3354/esr01070
LL Seabirds
2020
Rosa D, Santos CC, Coelho R (2020) Assessing the effects of hook, bait and leader type as potential mitigation measures to reduce bycatch and mortality rates of shortfin mako: a meta-analysis with comparisons for target, bycatch and vulnerable fauna interactions. ICCAT Collect Vol Sci Papers 76:247–278
LL Sharks and Rays
2020
Santos CC, Rosa D, Coelho R (2020) Progress on a meta-analysis for comparing hook, bait and leader effects on target, bycatch and vulnerable fauna interactions. Collect Vol Sci Pap ICCAT 77:182–217
LL Sea Turtles,
Sharks and Rays
2019
Santos CC, Rosa D, Coelho R (2019) Hook, bait and leader type effects on surface pelagic longline retention and mortality rates: a meta-analysis with comparisons for target, bycatch and vulnerable fauna interactions. In: IOTC - 15th Working Party on Ecosystems and Bycatch. IOTC-2019-WPEB15-39, La Saline Les Bains, Reunion Island
LL Sea Turtles,
Sharks and Rays
2016
Gilman E, Chaloupka M, Merrifield M, et al (2016) Standardized catch and survival rates, and effect of a ban on shark retention, Palau pelagic longline fishery. Aquatic Conserv: Mar Freshw Ecosyst 26:1031–1062. https://doi.org/10.1002/aqc.2599
LL Sea Turtles,
Sharks and Rays