Folder SBWG7 Information Papers

pdf SBWG7 Inf 01 Rev 1: First steps for mitigating bycatch of Pink-footed Shearwaters Ardenna creatopus: Identifying overlap of foraging areas and fisheries in Chile. SUMMARY ONLY

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SBWG7_Inf_01 Rev 1 Mitigating bycatch Pink-footed shearwaters CARLE et al_ABSTRACT_E.pdf

Agenda Item 15. Ryan Carle, Jonathan Felis, Verónica López, Josh Adams, Peter Hodum, Jessie Beck, Valentina Colodro, Rodrigo Vega, Andrés González.

pdf SBWG7 Inf 02: Characterisation of subsurface float configurations used by New Zealand small vessel demersal longliners

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SBWG7_Inf_02 NZ DLL float use characterisation DEBSKI_E_s_f.pdf

Agenda Item 5.1. Igor Debski

pdf SBWG7 Inf 03: Best practices to avoid seabird bycatch in the US West Coast demersal longline fishery for sablefish. SUMMARY ONLY

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SBWG7_Inf_03 Best practices US W Coast demersal LL sablefish GLADICS et al_ABSTRACT_E_s_f.pdf

Agenda Item 5.1. Amanda J. Gladics, Edward F. Melvin, Robert M. Suryan, Tom P. Good, Jason E. Jannot, Troy J. Guy.

pdf SBWG7 Inf 04: A new bird baffler design for offshore trawl vessels

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SBWG7_Inf_04 Bird baffler NZ CLEAL et al_E_s_f.pdf

Agenda Item 6.1. John Cleal, Johanna Pierre, Kris Ramm, Igor Debski.

pdf SBWG7 Inf 05 Rev 1: Uso de tercer cable en el Mar Argentino: registro, impacto potencial y pruebas de medidas de mitigación para reducir la mortalidad de albatros y petreles

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SBWG7_Inf_05 Rev 1 Tercer Cable TAMINI et al_S_e_f.pdf

Agenda Item 6.1. Leandro L. Tamini, Leandro N. Chavez, Rubén F. Dellacasa, Juan P. Seco Pon, Oli Yates & Esteban Frere.

pdf SBWG7 Inf 06 Rev 1: Hook Pod: development and at-sea trialling of a ‘one-stop’ mitigation solution for seabird bycatch in pelagic longline fisheries. SUMMARY ONLY

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SBWG7_Inf_06 Rev 1 Hook Pod SULLIVAN et al_ABSTRACT_E_s_f.pdf

Agenda Item 7.1. Benedict J. Sullivan, Ben Kibel, Pete Kibel, Oliver Yates, Joanne M. Potts, Becky Ingham, Andrés Domingo, Dimas Gianuca, Sebastián Jiménez, Bokamoso Lebepe, Bronwyn. A. Maree, Tatiana Neves, Fabiano Peppes, Tshikana Rasehlomi, Augusto Silva-Costa and Ross, M. Wanless.

pdf SBWG7 Inf 07: Efficacy of the ‘Smart Tuna Hook’ in reducing bycatch of seabirds in the South African Pelagic Longline Fishery. SUMMARY ONLY

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SBWG7_Inf_07 Smart Tuna Hook S African Pelagic LL_BAKER et al_ABSTRACT_E_s_f.pdf

Agenda Item 7.1. G Barry Baker, Steven G Candy and Dominic Rollinson.

pdf SBWG7 Inf 08: Developing tori lines for New Zealand’s small-vessel longline fisheries

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SBWG7_Inf_08 Small vessel tori lines PIERRE et al_E_s_f.pdf

Agenda Item 5.1 & 7.1. Johanna Pierre, Dave Goad and Igor Debski.

pdf SBWG7 Inf 09: Gillnet Bycatch of ACAP Species and Ongoing Mitigation Development

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SBWG7_Inf_09 Gillnet_Bycatch_CRAWFORD et al_E_s_f.pdf

Agenda Item 8. Rory Crawford, Jeff Mangel and Ken Morgan.

pdf SBWG7 Inf 10: Assessing the importance of net colour as a seabird bycatch mitigation measure in gillnet fishing. SUMMARY ONLY

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SBWG7_Inf_10 Gillnet colour experiment SHET et al_ABSTRACT_E_s_f.pdf

Agenda Item 8. Roshan Shet, Barry Baker, Sally Sherwin, Mary-Anne Lea & Mark Hindell

pdf SBWG7 Inf 11: Impacts of purse-seine fishing on seabirds and approaches to mitigate bycatch

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SBWG7_Inf_11 Purse-seine impacts on seabirds & mitigation BAKER & HAMILTON_E_s_f.pdf

Agenda Item 9. Barry Baker and Sheryl Hamilton.

pdf SBWG7 Inf 12: Results of initial trials to determine if laser light can prevent seabird bycatch in North Pacific fisheries. SUMMARRY ONLY

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SBWG7_Inf_12 Laser trials N Pacific MELVIN et al_ABSTRACT_E_s_f.pdf

Agenda Item 11. Edward F Melvin, William E Asher, Esteban Fernandez-Juricic, and Amy Lim.

pdf SBWG7 Inf 13: The intentional harvest of waved albatrosses Phoebastria irrorata by small-scale fishermen from Salaverry port, Peru. SUMMARY ONLY

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SBWG7_Inf_13 Intentional harvest of waved albatrosses_ALFARO-SHIGUETO et al_ABSTRACT_E_s.pdf

Agenda Item 15. Joanna Alfaro-Shigueto, Jeffrey C. Mangel, Katherine Valenzuela & Milena Arias-Schreiber.

pdf SBWG7 Inf 14: Update on the seabird component of the Common Oceans Tuna Project

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SBWG7_Inf_14 Update on Common Oceans Tuna Project MAREE et al_E_s_f.pdf

Agenda Item 13. Bronwyn Maree, Cleo Small, Berry Mulligan, Yuna Kim.

pdf SBWG7 Inf 15: Report of the Tuna RFMO Expert Working Group: Harmonisation of Longline Bycatch Data Collected by Tuna RFMOs. ISSF Technical Report 2015-08

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SBWG7_Inf_15 Report of the ISSF_Technical expert workshop_E_s_f.pdf

Agenda Item 13.1. Anonymous

pdf SBWG7 Inf 16: Report of the Effectiveness of Seabird Mitigation Measures Technical Group

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SBWG7_Inf_16 Report of the CCSBT_SMMTG workshop_E_s_f.pdf

Agenda Item 13.1. Commission for the Conservation of Southern Bluefin Tuna (CCSBT).

pdf SBWG7 Inf 17: Australia’s electronic monitoring program

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SBWG7_Inf_17 Australia's electronic monitoring program_E.pdf

Agenda Item 14.1. Australian Fisheries Management Authority.

pdf SBWG7 Inf 18: Detecting seabird captures via video observation. SUMMARY ONLY

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SBWG7_Inf_18 EM trial SSST_ABSTRACT_E_s_f.pdf

Agenda Item 14.1. Southern Seabirds Solutions Trust.

pdf SBWG7 Inf 19: Electronic monitoring in fisheries of the United States

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SBWG7_Inf_19 EM in USA DENIT et al_E_s_f.pdf

Agenda Item 14. Kelly Denit, Sarah Ellgen, Shannon Fitzgerald, Mi Ae Kim, Chris Rilling.

pdf SBWG7 Inf 20: Prioritising research and management of at-sea threats to New Zealand seabirds

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SBWG7_Inf_20 NZ seabird prioritisation_DEBSKI et al_E_s_f.pdf

Agenda Item 15. Igor Debski, Freydís Hjörvarsdóttir, Katherine Clements, Edward Abraham & Yvan Richard.

pdf SBWG7 Inf 21: Updating New Zealand’s bycatch extrapolation and risk assessment

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SBWG7_Inf_21 NZ bycatch extrapolation and risk assessment WALKER & ABRAHAM_E_s_f.pdf

Agenda Item 12. Nathan Walker and Edward Abraham.

pdf SBWG7 Inf 22 Rev 1: New Zealand’s implementation of its NPOA Seabirds

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SBWG7_Inf_22 Rev 1 NZ NPOA implementation WALKER et al_E_s_f.pdf

Agenda Item 16. Nathan Walker, Tiffany Bock, Dominic Vallieres, Janice Molloy, Johanna Pierre.

pdf SBWG7 Inf 23: Revised National Plan of Action to reduce seabirds bycatch in Uruguayan fisheries (NPOA-Seabirds 2015)

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SBWG7_Inf_23 NPOA 2015 Uruguay JIMENEZ et al_E_s_f.pdf

Agenda Item 16. Sebastián Jiménez, Oscar Pin, Andrés Domingo.

pdf SBWG7 Inf 24 Rev 1: Novel legal framework for mitigation of incidental bycatch for albatrosses and petrels in Brazil

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SBWG7_Inf_24 Rev 1 Legal framework Brazil COUTINHO et al_E_s_f.pdf

Agenda Item 16. Thaís Evangelista Coutinho, Patrícia Serafini Pereira, Tatiana Neves, Roberto Gallucci.

pdf SBWG7 Inf 25: Discard management as a seabird by-catch mitigation tool: The effect of batch-discarding on seabird interactions in the Falkland Islands trawl fishery

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SBWG7_Inf_25 Discard Management_Trawl_KUEPFER et al_E.pdf

Agenda Item 6. Amanda Kuepfer, Michaël Gras, Joost Pompert.

pdf SBWG7 Inf 26: Developing incentive-based bycatch reduction approaches in fisheries

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SBWG7_Inf_26 Incentive-based bycatch reduction approaches ARLIDGE et al_E_s_f.pdf

Agenda Item 10. W N S Arlidge, D Squires, E J Milner-Gulland.

pdf SBWG7 Inf 27: Risk factors for seabird bycatch in a pelagic longline tuna fishery. SUMMARY ONLY

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SBWG7_Inf_27 Hawaii_deeepset_pelagic LL_GILMAN & CHALOUPKA_ABSTRACT_E.pdf

Agenda Item 15. Eric Gilman, Milani Chaloupka.

pdf SBWG7 Inf 28: Definiciones sobre el reporte de by-catch solicitado por ACAP

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SBWG7_Inf_28 Definiciones sobre el reporte de by-catch ARGENTINA_S_e.pdf

Agenda Item 12. Argentina.

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