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effects of fishing on non-target species and habitats
Michel J Kaiser
|Statement||M.J. Kaiser, S.J. de Groot|
|Contributions||Groot, S. J. de|
|LC Classifications||QH545.F53 K35 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 399 p. :|
|Number of Pages||399|
|ISBN 10||0632053350, 0632053550|
|LC Control Number||99032458|
Fishing activity can significantly reduce the population size of a targeted fish species. In fact, fisheries management has long been aimed at achieving such a reduction. This because it is thought that ‘fishing down’ a stock will increase its productivity, through removing older, slower growing individuals and freeing up ecological. risk from a range of human actions including pollution, development of infrastructure, and the effects of the fisheries themselves. Fisheries not only kill and remove the target species but also cause mortality and injury to other species, alter habitats, and interfere with ecological processes such as nutrient and carbon Size: 2MB.
These results suggest that fishing disturbance may cause shifts in the benthic community structure that particularly affect mobile scavenging species, probably the most food-limited group in muddy seabed environments. 24 The impact of fishing on vulnerable groups and habitats Hard bottoms There is little information on the impact of. The mysterious lives of chimaera sharks & the effects of deep sea fishing. December 7, (the part of a fishery’s catch that is made up of non-target species) in marine fisheries. Our results showed that some life history stages and habitats for certain species could be identified, whereas others could not.
However, fishing has environmental costs that threaten rare species, marine ecosystems and the sustainability of the resource. Based on the research expertise of leading scientists, Commercial Fishing: the Wider Ecological Impacts provides a lively, timely and accessible account of fishing activities and their impacts on marine habitats. Specific impacts of fishing on reefs generally include one or more of the following: 1) overexploitation of fish, invertebrates, and algae for food and aquarium trade; 2) removal of a species or group of species impacting multiple trophic levels; 3) by-catch and mortality of non-target species; and 4) physical damages to reef environments.
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In the past, many fisheries biologists have concentrated on the study of direct effects of fishing on stocks of target species and understanding the processes of recruitment. However, there is now a growing appreciation of the ecological imp0licaitons of the wider effects of fishing activities on aquatic organisms and their : Hardcover.
Fishing is a major form of ecological disturbance to marine communities throughout the world. In the past, fisheries biologists have concentrated on the studying of the direct effects of fishing on stocks of target species and understanding the processes of recruitment.
There is now a growing appreciation of the ecological implications of the wider effects of fishing activities on marine. Effects of Fishing on Non-Target Species and Habitats. indirect impacts of fishing on many non-target species remain poorly known. Because these.
Get this from a library. The effects of fishing on non-target species and habitats: biological, conservation and socio-economic issues. [Michel J Kaiser; S J de Groot] -- "Fishing is a major form of ecological disturbance to aquatic communities throughout the world.
In the past, many fisheries biologists have concentrated on the study of direct effect of fishing on. Non-Target Species. Most fishing methods result in the catch of species that are not targeted by the fisher (bycatch). Non-targeted fish species that are in the QMS (discussed below) cannot generally be discarded at sea and must be landed.
In general, this bycatch is a more serious problem for fishing nets (including gillnets and trawling) than.
The effects of fishing on target species are described in a number of texts and form the basis of traditional fisheries science (Beverton and Holt,Beverton,Cushing,Nikolskii,Gulland,Munro and Williams,Hilborn and Walters,Appeldoorn, ) and there are a number of reviews that have described the Cited by: Effects of fishing on non‐target species and habitats: biological, conservation and socio‐economic issues, edited by M.J.
Kaiser and S.J. De Groot. Blackwell Science, Oxford, (hardback). Price £ ISBN 0‐‐‐: David Donnan. The effects of fishing on non-target species and ecosystem structure and function.
aim is to develop sustainable management strategies for trawling-sensitive benthic species and : Henrik Gislason. "Fishing Mortality of Populations of Megafauna in Sandy Sediments." The Effects of Fishing on Non-target Species and Habitats: Biological, Conservation and Socio-economic Issues.
By Michel J. Kaiser and S. De Groot. Oxford: Blackwell Science, Print. Colemon F, Thrush S, Dayton P. Ecological Effects of Fishing. Effects of Trawling and Dredging on Seafloor Habitat describes how assessment of fishing impacts depends on gear type, number and location of bottom tows, and the physical and biological characteristics of seafloor habitats.
Many experimental studies have documented acute, gear--specific effects of trawling and dredging on various types of habitat. Effects of otther trawling on the benthos and environment in muddy sediments.
In: Kaiser, M. & de Groot, S. (eds) Effects of Fishing on Non-target Species and Habitats. Blackwell Science, London.
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Blackwell Science, Oxford. Hall, S. The effects of fishing on marine ecosystems and communities. The effects of fishing on non-target species and ecosystem structure and function.
Marine fisheries landings increased through most of the s, at the same time as their composition has shifted from larger, fish-eating species towards smaller, plankton-eating fishes. booktitle = "The effects of fishing of non-target species and habitats", publisher = "Blackwell Science", van Marlen, BTechnical modifications to reduce the by-catches and impacts of bottom-fishing gears.
in MJ Kaiser & SJ de Groot (eds), The effects of fishing of non-target species and habitats. Summary. Fishing activities affect the population structure, growth, reproduction and distribution of target species and have indirect effects on non-target fish or Cited by: fishing mortality on non-target species.
However, it is unclear whether the current legislative framework is sufficient to avoid the deployment of systems that are potentially harmful for some marine ecosystem components (e.g.
cod). Over fishing of particular target species. Effects on other species that depend on the target species as a food resource or are eaten by the target species. Killing of other fish, vertebrate or invertebrate species accidentally caught alongside the target species, the "by-catch".
Destruction of habitat by fishing gear. Effects of Fishing on Non-Target Species and Habitats. Michael J. Kaiser. 28 Jan Hardback.
where the effects have been particularly dramatic, are likely to be repeated elsewhere. through individual transferable quotas on fishing licences. The book also discusses the new UN convention on fishing on the high seas, the Common Author: Rognvaldur Hannesson. In a world largely focussed on exploited species, it seems that indicators that capture the broader effects of fishing on marine biodiversity help move towards the conciliation of exploitation and conservation issues (Brander,Palumbi et al.,Worm et al., ).
Thus, biodiversity and conservation-based indicators should be used in Cited by: When a fishery targets more than a single species in mixed fisheries, similar responses may be observed for all species in focus. Fishing can also impact non-target as well as rare and sensitive species via unintended by-catch and has indirect effects on ecosystems and habitats via food web interactions and physical damage degrading habitat Author: Gerd Kraus, Rabea Diekmann.
The environmental impact of fishing includes issues such as the availability of fish, overfishing, fisheries, and fisheries management; as well as the impact of industrial fishing on other elements of the environment, such as issues are part of marine conservation, and are addressed in fisheries science programs.
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