Find references and summaries from bycatch reduction studies, and descriptions of bycatch mitigation techniques.
Understanding interactions between non-target species and fishing operations
Research and development of bycatch reduction devices.
Facilitating a global exchange of information on bycatch and bycatch reduction
Study is part of a contribution to the Consortium's research into the potential of whale-safe hooks.
The incidental capture and mortality of non-target animals resulting from fishing activity.
The white-chinned petrel is the most common avian bycatch species in the Southern Ocean (Weimerskirch et al 1999; Gilman 2006; Robertson et al 2006; Birdlife International 2013).
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