Articles by Year
Waples, D.M., Thorne, L.H., Hodge, L.E.W., Burke, E.K., Urian, K.W., Read, A.J., 2013, A field test of acoustic deterrent devices used to reduce interactions between bottlenose dolphins and a coastal gillnet fishery, Biological Conservation , v.157, ps 163-171.
Sato, N., Minami, H., Katsumata, N., Ochi, D. and Yokawa, K., 2013, Comparison of the effectiveness of paired and single tori lines for preventing bait attacks by seabirds and their bycatch in pelagic longline fisheries, Fisheries Research, v.140, ps 14-19.
Larsen, F., Krog, C. and Eigaard, R., 2013, Determining optimal pinger spacing for harbor porpoise bycatch mitigation , Endangered Species Research, v.20, ps 147-152.
Godin, A.C., Wimmer, T., Wang, J.H., Worm, B., 2013, No effect from rare-earth metal deterrent on shark bycatch in a commercial pelagic longline trial, Fisheries Research, v.143, ps 131-135.
Reeves, R.R., McClellan, K., Werner, T.B., 2013, Marine mammal bycatch in gillnet and other entangling net fisheries, 1990 to 2011, Endangered Species Research, v.20, ps 71-97.
Zydelis, R., Small, C., French, G., 2013, The incidental catch of seabirds in gillnet fisheries: A global review, Biological Conservation, v.162, ps 76-88.
Soto, A.B., Cagnazzi, D., Everingham, Y., Parra, G.J., Noad, M. and Marsh, H., 2013, Acoustic alarms elicit only subtle responses in the behavior of tropical coastal dolphins in Queensland, Australia, Endangered Species Research, v.20, ps 271-282.
Bordino, P., Mackay, A.I., Werner, T.B., Northridge, S.P., and Read, A.J., 2013, Franciscana bycatch is not reduced by acoustically reflective or physically stiffened gillnets, Endangered Species Research, v.21, ps 1-12.
Melvin, E.F., Guy, T.J. and Read, L.B., 2013, Reducing seabird bycatch in the South African joint venture tuna fishery using bird-scaring lines, branch line weighting and nighttime setting of hooks, Fisheries Research, v.147, ps 72-82.
McCutcheon, S.A. and Kaijura, S.M., 2013, Electrochemical properties of lanthanide metals in relation to their application as shark repellents, Fisheries Research, v.147, ps 47-54.
Wang, J., Barkan, J., Fisler, S., Godinez-Reyes, C. and Swimmer, Y., 2013, Developing ultraviolet illumination of gillnets as a method to reduce sea turtle bycatch, Biology Letters, v.9, ps 4.
Mangel, J.C., Alfaro-Shigueto, J., Witt, M.J., Hodgson, D.J., and Godley, B.J., 2013, Using pingers to reduce bycatch of small cetaceans in Peru's small-scale driftnet fishery, Oryx, v.47(4), ps 595-606.
Zappes, C.A., de Sa Alves, L.C.P., da Silva, C.V., de Freitas Azevedo, A., Di Beneditto, A.P.M., Andriolo, A., 2013, Accidents between artisanal fisheries and cetaceans on the Brazilian coast and Central Amazon: proposals for integrated management, Ocean & Coastal Management, v.85, ps 46-57.
Brown, S.L., Reid, D., Rogan, E., 2013, A risk-based approach to rapidly screen vulnerability of cetaceans to impacts from fisheries bycatch, Biological Conservation, v.168, ps 78-87.
Gilman, E., Chaloupka, M., Read, A., Dalzell, P., Holetschek, J. and Curtice, C., 2012, Hawaii longline tuna fishery temporal trends in standardized catch rates and length distributions and effects on pelagic seamount ecosystems, Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems.