Incidental Take of Seabirds in Commercial Fisheries in the Arctic Countries
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This report introduces the topic of incidental take of seabirds in commercial fisheries and describes the fisheries industries, seabird bycatch and impacts in Alaska (U.S.A.), Canada, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Norway and Russia, and provides national recommendations.
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Denlinger, Lynn; Wohl, Kenton (Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF), 2001)This technical report introduces the topic of seabird harvest regimes and describes the seabird harvest regimes and impacts in Alaska (U.S.A.), Canada, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Norway and Russia, and provides national ...
Irons, David; Petersen, Aevar; Anker-Nilssen, Tycho; Artukhin, Yuri; Barret, Robert; Boertmann, David; Gavrilo, Maria V.; Gilchrist, Grant; Hansen, Erpur S.; Hario, Martti; Kuletz, Kathy; Maloy, Mark; Merkel, Flemming; Mosbech, Anders; Labansen, Aili L.; Olsen, Bergur; Reid, Jim; Robertson, Greg; Rönkä, Mia; Strøm, Hallvard (CAFF International Secretariat, 2015-09)A circumpolar plan to monitor seabird populations, created by CAFF's CBird Expert Group as part of the marine component of CAFF's Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program.
Irons, D.; Svoboda, M.; Gill, M.; Petersen, A. (CAFF International Secretariat, 2011)One means to enhance seabird conservation is by viewing the seabird resources in the circumpolar region as a single resource rather than a series of seabird colonies divided by countries. To facilitate this broad-scale ...