Small cetacean captures in Peruvian artisanal fisheries: high despite protective legislation.

@inproceedings{Mangel2010SmallCC,
  title={Small cetacean captures in Peruvian artisanal fisheries: high despite protective legislation.},
  author={Jeffrey C Mangel and Joanna Alfaro-Shigueto and Koen van Waerebeek and Celia C{\'a}ceres and Stuart Bearhop and Matthew J Witt and Brendan J Godley},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract We detail the first direct, at sea monitoring of small cetacean interactions with Peruvian artisanal drift gillnet and longline fisheries. A total of 253 small cetaceans were captured during 66 monitored fishing trips (Gillnet: 46 trips; Longline: 20 trips) from the port of Salaverry, northern Peru (8 o 14′S, 78 o 59′W) from March 2005 to July 2007. The most commonly captured species were common dolphins ( Delphinus spp.) (47%) , dusky dolphins ( Lagenorhynchus obscurus ) (29%), common… CONTINUE READING
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