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
Jeffry Fasick of University of Tampa and colleagues show North Atlantic right whales perceve their prey using vision at multiple ocean depths.
The incidental capture and mortality of non-target animals resulting from fishing activity.
The Australian sea lion population decreased due to harvests in the 17th and 18th centuries and traditional subsistence hunting by aborigines (Goldsworhty & Gales 2008).
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