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    WG-IMALF-94

    Full Name
    Ad Hoc Working Group on Incidental Mortality Arising from Longline Fishing
    Location:
    Hobart, Australia
    Meeting Start Date/Time:
    Meeting End Date/Time:
    Submissions Due
    Friday, 21 October 1994 - 00:00 Australia/Hobart (Working Group Paper)
    Meeting Report:
    e-sc-xiii-a8.pdf (99.09 KB)

      Documents

      Document Number Title Agenda Item(s)
      WG-IMALF-94/01
      More Info
      Provisional agenda
      WG-IMALF-94/02
      More Info
      List of participants
      WG-IMALF-94/03
      More Info
      List of documents
      WG-IMALF-94/04
      More Info
      Seabirds mortality on longline fishing for tuna in southern Brazil
      Vaske, T. 1991. Ciencia e Cultura, 43 (5): 388-390.
      WG-IMALF-94/05
      More Info
      Seabird mortality in longline fisheries around South Georgia
      Dalziell, J. and M. de Poorter. 1993. Polar Record, 29 (169): 143-145.
      WG-IMALF-94/06
      More Info
      Albatross mortality and associated bait loss in the Japanese longline fishery in the Southern Ocean
      Brothers, N. 1991. Biol. Conservation, 55: 255-268.
      WG-IMALF-94/07
      More Info
      Population dynamics of the wandering albatross (Diomedea exulans) on Macquarie Island and the effects of mortality from longline fishing
      William K. de la Mare and Knowles R. Kerry (Australia)
      WG-IMALF-94/08
      More Info
      Use of a population model to assess the impact of longline fishing on wandering albatross populations
      Coleen L. Moloney, John Cooper, Peter G. Ryan and W. Roy Siegfried (South Africa)
      WG-IMALF-94/09
      More Info
      Reduced bait loss and bycatch of seabirds in longlining by using a seabird scarer
      S. Løkkeborg and Å. Bjordal (Norway)
      WG-IMALF-94/10
      More Info
      Report on a tuna long-lining fishing voyage aboard Southern Venture to observe seabird by-catch problems
      M.J. Imber (New Zealand)
      WG-IMALF-94/11
      More Info
      Changes in population size of large Procellariiformes breeding in the French sub-Antarctic islands: potential influence of southern fisheries and particularly long lining
      Henri Weimerskirch and Pierre Jouventin (France)
      WG-IMALF-94/12
      More Info
      Interactions between longline vessels and seabirds in Kerguelen waters and a method to reduce seabird mortality
      Yves Cherel, Henri Weimerskirch and Guy Duhamel (France)
      WG-IMALF-94/13
      More Info
      Entanglements and incidental mortality of birds and seals - summary of reports to CCAMLR, 1985 to 1993
      Secretariat
      WG-IMALF-94/14
      More Info
      Report on incidental bird mortality and effectiveness of mitigation measures during demersal long lining by Ihn Sung 66 in Subarea 48.3 - December 1993 to February 1994
      C. Jones and G. Parkes (United Kingdom)
      WG-IMALF-94/15
      More Info
      Seabird interaction with long-lining operations for Dissostichus eleginoides around South Georgia, April and May 1994
      J.R. Ashford, J.P. Croxall (United Kingdom), P.S. Rubilar and C.A. Moreno (Chile)
      WG-IMALF-94/16
      More Info
      Interactions between cetaceans and long-lining operations for Patagonian toothfish Dissostichus eleginoides around South Georgia
      J.R. Ashford (United Kingdom) and P.S. Rubilar (Chile)
      WG-IMALF-94/17
      More Info
      Mortality of albatrosses and other seabirds produced by tuna long-line fisheries in Uruguay
      L. Barea, I. Loinaz, Y. Marin, C. Ríos, A. Saralegui, A. Stagi, R. Vaz-Ferreira and N. Wilson (Uruguay)
      WG-IMALF-94/18
      More Info
      Seabird mortality from longline fisheries: evidence from Marion and Gough Islands
      J. Cooper (South Africa)
      WG-IMALF-94/19
      More Info
      Principles of birdline construction and use to reduce bait loss and bird deaths during longline setting
      N. Brothers (Australia)
      WG-IMALF-94/20
      More Info
      Catching Fish Not Birds
      A guide to improving your longline fishing efficiency (English version)

      N. Brothers (Australia)
      WG-IMALF-94/21
      More Info
      Population trends and vulnerability to tuna longlining bycatch of albatrosses, mollymawks and Procellaria petrels of New Zealand seas
      M.J. Imber (New Zealand)
      WG-IMALF-94/22
      More Info
      Aspects of seabird bycatch and its mitigation in the NZ longline fishery for tuna
      M.J. Imber (New Zealand)
      WG-IMALF-94/23
      More Info
      Cooperative analysis of New Zealand seabird bycatch data - interim report
      New Zealand
      WG-IMALF-94/24
      More Info
      Influence of bait quality on seabird mortality and economic losses in longline fishing: an experimental approach
      N. Brothers and A. Foster (Australia)

      Agenda

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      WG-IMALF-94/01 Provisional agenda
      WG-IMALF-94/02 List of participants
      WG-IMALF-94/03 List of documents
      WG-IMALF-94/04 Seabirds mortality on longline fishing for tuna in southern Brazil
      Vaske, T. 1991. Ciencia e Cultura, 43 (5): 388-390.
      WG-IMALF-94/05 Seabird mortality in longline fisheries around South Georgia
      Dalziell, J. and M. de Poorter. 1993. Polar Record, 29 (169): 143-145.
      WG-IMALF-94/06 Albatross mortality and associated bait loss in the Japanese longline fishery in the Southern Ocean
      Brothers, N. 1991. Biol. Conservation, 55: 255-268.
      WG-IMALF-94/07 Population dynamics of the wandering albatross (Diomedea exulans) on Macquarie Island and the effects of mortality from longline fishing
      William K. de la Mare and Knowles R. Kerry (Australia)
      WG-IMALF-94/08 Use of a population model to assess the impact of longline fishing on wandering albatross populations
      Coleen L. Moloney, John Cooper, Peter G. Ryan and W. Roy Siegfried (South Africa)
      WG-IMALF-94/09 Reduced bait loss and bycatch of seabirds in longlining by using a seabird scarer
      S. Løkkeborg and Å. Bjordal (Norway)
      WG-IMALF-94/10 Report on a tuna long-lining fishing voyage aboard Southern Venture to observe seabird by-catch problems
      M.J. Imber (New Zealand)
      WG-IMALF-94/11 Changes in population size of large Procellariiformes breeding in the French sub-Antarctic islands: potential influence of southern fisheries and particularly long lining
      Henri Weimerskirch and Pierre Jouventin (France)
      WG-IMALF-94/12 Interactions between longline vessels and seabirds in Kerguelen waters and a method to reduce seabird mortality
      Yves Cherel, Henri Weimerskirch and Guy Duhamel (France)
      WG-IMALF-94/13 Entanglements and incidental mortality of birds and seals - summary of reports to CCAMLR, 1985 to 1993
      Secretariat
      WG-IMALF-94/14 Report on incidental bird mortality and effectiveness of mitigation measures during demersal long lining by Ihn Sung 66 in Subarea 48.3 - December 1993 to February 1994
      C. Jones and G. Parkes (United Kingdom)
      WG-IMALF-94/15 Seabird interaction with long-lining operations for Dissostichus eleginoides around South Georgia, April and May 1994
      J.R. Ashford, J.P. Croxall (United Kingdom), P.S. Rubilar and C.A. Moreno (Chile)
      WG-IMALF-94/16 Interactions between cetaceans and long-lining operations for Patagonian toothfish Dissostichus eleginoides around South Georgia
      J.R. Ashford (United Kingdom) and P.S. Rubilar (Chile)
      WG-IMALF-94/17 Mortality of albatrosses and other seabirds produced by tuna long-line fisheries in Uruguay
      L. Barea, I. Loinaz, Y. Marin, C. Ríos, A. Saralegui, A. Stagi, R. Vaz-Ferreira and N. Wilson (Uruguay)
      WG-IMALF-94/18 Seabird mortality from longline fisheries: evidence from Marion and Gough Islands
      J. Cooper (South Africa)
      WG-IMALF-94/19 Principles of birdline construction and use to reduce bait loss and bird deaths during longline setting
      N. Brothers (Australia)
      WG-IMALF-94/20 Catching Fish Not Birds
      A guide to improving your longline fishing efficiency (English version)

      N. Brothers (Australia)
      WG-IMALF-94/21 Population trends and vulnerability to tuna longlining bycatch of albatrosses, mollymawks and Procellaria petrels of New Zealand seas
      M.J. Imber (New Zealand)
      WG-IMALF-94/22 Aspects of seabird bycatch and its mitigation in the NZ longline fishery for tuna
      M.J. Imber (New Zealand)
      WG-IMALF-94/23 Cooperative analysis of New Zealand seabird bycatch data - interim report
      New Zealand
      WG-IMALF-94/24 Influence of bait quality on seabird mortality and economic losses in longline fishing: an experimental approach
      N. Brothers and A. Foster (Australia)

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