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Estimation of gillnet and hook selectivity using log-linear models

Spatio-temporal variations in gillnet catch rates in the vicinity of North Sea oil platforms

Relative selectivity in trawl, longline and gillnet fisheries for cod and haddock

Harbour porpoise (Phocoena phocoena L.) by-catch in set gillnets in the Celtic Sea

Interactions between Mediterranean bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) and gillnets off Sardinia, Italy

Acoustic and stiffness properties of gillnets as they relate to small cetacean bycatch

Gillnet mesh selectivity of the sandbar shark (Carcharhinus plumbeus): implications for fisheries management

A field experiment using acoustic alarms (pingers) to reduce harbour porpoise by-catch in bottom-set gillnets

Short-term choice behaviour in a mixed fishery: investigating métier selection in the Danish gillnet fishery

Seabirds, set-nets, and conservation management: assessment of conflict potential and vulnerability of birds to bycatch in gillnets

Lost and abandoned nets in deep-water gillnet fisheries in the Northeast Atlantic: retrieval exercises and outcomes

Mortality and blood loss by blue swimmer crabs (Portunus pelagicus) after simulated capture and discarding from gillnets

Evaluating the impact of gillnet ghost fishing using a computational analysis of the geometry of fishing gear

Developing and testing a computer vision method to quantify 3D movements of bottom-set gillnets on the seabed

The consequences of different scenarios in the management of the gillnet and purse-seine fisheries targeting Pomatomus saltatrix and Cynoscion guatucupa in southern Brazil: a bio-economic approach

Bias in size composition of chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) caught by a gillnet with a geometric series of mesh sizes, and its correction using gear intercalibration


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A net that is set upright in water in order to catch fish by entangling their gills in its mesh.

Subjects: Environmental Science.

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