Potential bycatch of seabirds and turtles in hook-and-line fisheries of the Itaipava Fleet, Brazil

@inproceedings{Bugoni2008PotentialBO,
  title={Potential bycatch of seabirds and turtles in hook-and-line fisheries of the Itaipava Fleet, Brazil},
  author={Leandro Bugoni and Tatiana Neves and Nilamon de Oliveira Leite and Dem{\'e}trio Carvalho and Gilberto Sales and Robert W. Furness and Carlos Efrain Stein and Fabiano V. Peppes and Bruno Giffoni and Danielle S. Monteiro},
  year={2008}
}
The decline of populations of certain seabirds and sea turtles around the world is partly related to their incidental capture in large-scale fisheries. However, the impacts of small-scale fisheries on endangered seabirds and sea turtles, being carried out in many places around the world, have been largely neglected by scientists and governments. We monitored 178 fishing days and described a range of poorly known hook-and-line commercial fisheries carried out by the Itaipava fleet, southeastern… CONTINUE READING

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