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Session 11. Effects of fisheries bycatch and discards on marine ecosystems and methods to mitigate the effects

Steven J. Kennelly (Invited)
Reducing bycatch in the world’s fisheries (S11-5462)
(pdf, 4 Mb)

Heui Chun An, Chang-Doo Park, Jong Keun Shin and Kyoung-Hoon Lee
Bycatch reduction in the snow crab gillnet fishery of Korea (S11-5359)
(waiting for file)

Kyung-Jun Song, Zang Geun Kim, Seok Gwan Choi, Yong-Rock An and Chang-Ik Zhang
Fishing gears involved in entanglements of minke whales in the southwestern East/Japan Sea
(S11-5221)
(waiting for file)

Larisa P. Nikolenko (presented by Oleg Katugin)
How big are the losses of Greenland turbot (Reinhardtius hippoglossoides) and crabs (Lithodes aequispina and Chionoecetes angulatus) during deep-sea bottom net and long-line fishing in the Okhotsk Sea? (S11-5319)
(waiting for permission)

Evan A. Howell, Jeffrey J. Polovina, Donald R. Kobayashi, George H. Balazs, Denise M. Parker and Peter Dutton
A new dimension to the problem of loggerhead turtle (Caretta caretta) bycatch in the Hawaii-based longline fishery (S11-5263)
(pdf, 1.2 Mb)

Stephani G. Zador, Julia K. Parrish, André E. Punt, Jennifer L. Burke and Shannon M. Fitzgerald
Determining spatial and temporal overlap of an endangered seabird with a large commercial trawl fishery (S11-5192)
(waiting for file)

Patricia A. Livingston, Jennifer Boldt, Shannon M. Fitzgerald, William Karp and David Witherell
Assessing and reducing the amounts and impacts of fisheries bycatch in Alaska marine ecosystems (S11-5257)
(pdf, 1.2 Mb)

 
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