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Seabird Bycatch Trends, Roadblocks, and Solutions

Edited By: Edward F Melvin and Julia K Parrish
206 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
Seabird Bycatch
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  • Seabird Bycatch ISBN: 9781566120661 Hardback Dec 2001 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Adds to the knowledge base of seabird incidental mortality in commercial fisheries, and emphasizes the importance of comprehensive solutions, The product of a 1999 symposium held by the Pacific Seabird Group, it is a response to the escalating seabird bycatch, a global conservation and fisheries management issue. The editors discuss techniques to measure bycatch in fisheries worldwide, obstacles to solving bycatch, and viable bycatch solutions.

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Edited By: Edward F Melvin and Julia K Parrish
206 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
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