Reducing sea turtle by-catch in pelagic longline fisheries

@inproceedings{Gilman2006ReducingST,
  title={Reducing sea turtle by-catch in pelagic longline fisheries},
  author={Eric Gilman and Erika Zollett and Stephen Beverly and Hideki Nakano and Kimberly Davis and Daisuke Shiode and Paul Dalzell and Irene Kinan},
  year={2006}
}
  • Eric Gilman, Erika Zollett, +5 authors Irene Kinan
  • Published 2006
Reducing by-catch of sea turtles in pelagic longline fisheries, in concert with activities to reduce other anthropogenic sources of mortality, may contribute to the recovery of marine turtle populations. Here, we review research on strategies to reduce sea turtle by-catch. Due to the state of management regimes in most longline fisheries, strategies to reduce turtle interactions must not only be effective but also must be commercially viable. Becausemost research has been initiated only… CONTINUE READING
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