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BYCATCHES (FISHERIES) (Topical Term)

Preferred form: BYCATCHES (FISHERIES)
Used for/see from:
  • ADDITIONAL CATCHES (FISHERIES)
  • BONUS CATCHES (FISHERIES)
  • BY-CATCH (FISHERIES)
  • BY CATCHES (FISHERIES)
  • BYCATCH (FISHERIES)
  • FISH BYCATCH
  • FISHERIES BY-CATCH
  • FISHERIES BYCATCH
  • INCIDENTAL CAPTURE (FISHERIES)
  • INCIDENTAL CATCH (FISHERIES)
  • INCIDENTAL CATCHES (FISHERIES)
  • INCIDENTAL TAKE (FISHERIES)
  • JOINT CATCH (FISHERIES)
  • JOINT CATCHES (FISHERIES)
  • NON-TARGET CATCH (FISHERIES)
  • NON-TARGET FISH CATCH
See also:

Work cat.: Priorities for assessing marine mammals incidentally taken in commercial fisheries of the United States, 1991: abstract ("A workshop was held to assess the incidental take of marine mammals by commercial fisheries in U.S. waters.") p. i ("After a 5-year exemption period ending in 1993, the 1988 reauthorization of the Marine Mammal Protection Act (MMPA) authorizes the incidental take of marine mammals in commercial fisheries from marine mammal stocks whose population level is within its optimum sustainable population (OSP) range.")

Final report of squid and bycatch observations in the Japanese driftnet fishery for neon flying squid (Ommastrephes bartrami), 1990.

Christensen, O. Bycatches in salmon drift-nets in West Greenland in 1972, 1977.

Perez, M.A. Incidental catch of marine mammals by foreign and joint venture trawl vessels in the U.S. EEZ of the North Pacific, 1973-88, 1991.

Fish by-catch : bonus from the sea, 1982.

Aquatic sciences and fisheries thesaurus, 1986 (By catch; Scope note: the catch taken incidentally during the capture of a species of specific interest to fishermen; UF additional catch, UF by-catch)

Ricker, W.E. Russian-English dictionary for students of fisheries and aquatic biology, 1973: p. 195 (incidental catch, bonus catch: scarce or unusual fish taken along with those normally caught)

Effects of different fishery management schemes on bycatch, joint catch, and discards, 1990: p. 8 ("Bycatch" and "joint catch" are used interchangeably to refer to fish or shellfish or other organisms captured together with the targeted species) p. 11 (joint catches)

LC database, July 6, 2001 (fisheries bycatch; incidental catch of seabirds in longline fisheries; bycatches in salmon drift-nets; bycatch in North Carolina fisheries)

Seabird bycatch, 2001: p. v (Seabirds are incidentally killed in the course of fishing operations; seabird bycatch occurs both in coastal areas and on the high seas; fishing mortality) p. vi (incidental mortality of seabirds) p. 1, etc. (fishery-related seabird mortality; incidental capture of seabirds; incidental catch of seabirds; bird bycatch; seabird by-catch; seabird and marine mammal bycatch; fisheries by-catch; incidental take of albatrosses; bycatch of seabirds)

Anderson, O.F. Fish discards and non-target fish catch in the New Zealand hoki trawl fishery, 1999-2000 to 2002-03, 2005: p. 3 (fish bycatch) p. 5 (non-target catch)

Web. 3; OED; Am. heritage dict.; McGraw-Hill dict. sci. tech.

Here are entered works on marine organisms caught incidentally or in addition to the capture of a species specifically being sought.

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