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Fish, J.F. and Vania, J.S., 1971, Killer whale, Orcinus orca, sound repel white whales, Delphinapterus leucas, Fishery Bulletin, v.69(3), ps 531-535.
Fjälling, A., Wahlbergb, M. and Westerber, H., 2006, Acoustic harassment devices reduce seal interaction in the Baltic salmon-trap, net fishery, ICES Journal of Marine Science, v.63(9), ps 1751-1758.
Foster, D.G., Epperly, S.P., Shah, A.K. and Watson, J.W. , 2012, Evaluation of hook and bait type on the catch rates in the western North Atlantic Ocean pelagic longline fishery, Bulletin of Marine Science, v.88(3), ps 529-545.
Fox, D., Armstrong J., and Brown, L., 2011, Completion Report for Sturgeon Gillnet Study (number EA 133F-10-RQ-1160).
Fratto, Z.W., Barko, V.A. and Scheibe, J.S., 2008, Development and efficacy of a bycatch reduction device for Wisconsin-type fyke nets deployed in freshwater systems, Chelonian Conservation and Biology, v.7(2), ps 205-212.
Fratto, Z.W., Barko, V.A., Pitts, P.R., Sheriff, S.L., Briggler, J.T., Sullivan, K.P., McKeage, B.L. and Johnson, T.R., 2008, Evaluation of turtle exclusion and escapement devices for hoop-nets, The Journal of Wildlife Management, v.72 (7), ps 1628-1633.
Gamblin, C., Pascal, B. and Lucas, V., 2007, Comparison of bycatch species captured during daytime and nighttime: preliminary results of longline experiments carried out in Seychells waters, Indian Ocean Tuna Commission, v.IOTC-2007-wPEB-16, ps 8.
Gamblin, C., Pascal, B. and Lucas, V., 2007, Comparison of bycatch species captured during daytime and nighttime: preliminary results of longline experiments carried out in the Seychelles waters, Indian Ocean Tuna Commission, v.IOTC-2007-WPEB-16, ps 8.
Garcia-Caudillo J.M. , M.A. Cisneros-Mata, and A. Balmori-Ramirez, 2000, Performance of a bycatch reduction device in the shrimp fishery of the Gulf of California, Mexico, Biological Conservation, v.92(2), ps 199-205.
Gazo, M., Gonzalvo, ,J. and A. Aguilar, 2008, Pingers as deterrents of bottlenose dolphins interacting with trammel nets, Fisheries Research, v.92, ps 70-75.

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