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Brcic, J., Herrmann, B., De Carlo, F. and Sala, A., 2015, Selective characteristics of a shark-excluding grid device in a Mediterranean trawl, Fisheries Research, v.172, ps 352-360.
Brewer, D., Heales, D., Milton, D., Dell, Q., Fry, G., Venables, B., Jones, P., 2006, The impact of turtle excluder devices and bycatch reduction devices on diverse tropical marine communities in Australia's northern prawn trawl fishery, Fisheries Research, v.81, ps 176-188.
Briggs, R.P., 2010, A novel escape panel for trawl nets used in the Irish Sea Nephrops fishery, Fisheries Research, v.105, ps 118-124.
Brill, R., Bushnell, P., Smith, L., Speaks, C., Sundaram, R., Stroud, E. and Wang, J., 2009, The repulsive and feeding-deterrent effects of electropositive metals on juvenile sandbar sharks (Carcharhinus plumbeus), Fishery Bulletin, v.107/3, ps 298-307.
Broadhurst, M.K. and S.J. Kennelly, 1997, The composite square-mesh panel: a modification to codends for reducing unwanted bycatch and increasing catches of prawns throughout the New South Wales oceanic prawn-trawl fishery, Fishery Bulletin, v.95, ps 653-664.
Broadhurst, M.K., Brand, C.P. and Kennelly, S.J., 2012, Evolving and devolving bycatch reduction devices in an Australian penaeid-trawl fishery, Fisheries Research, v.113, ps 68-75.
Broadhurst, M.K., Kennelly, S.J., O'Doherty, G., 1996, Effects of square-mesh panels in codends and of haulback delay on bycatch reduction in the oceanic prawn-trawl fishery of New South Wales, Australia, Fishery Bulletin, v.94, ps 412-422.
Broadhurst, M.K., Millar, R.B., 2010, Square-mesh codend length and selectivity in southeastern Australian stow nets, Fisheries Management and Ecology, v.online, ps 1-11.
Broadhurst, M.K., Millar, R.B., Uhlmann, S.S., 2009, Using a double codend to reduce discard mortality, ICES Journal of Marine Science, v.66, ps 2077-2081.
Brotons, J.M., Munilla, Z., Grau, A.M., Rendell, L., 2008, Do pingers reduce interactions between bottlenose dolphins and nets around the Balearic Islands?, Endangered Species Research, v.5, ps 1-8.

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