A review of cetacean and pinniped mortality in coastal fisheries along the west coast of the USA and Canada and the east coast of the Russian Federation

Barlow, J.; Baird, R. W.; Heyning, J. E.; Wynne, K.; Manford, A. M. II; Lowry, L. F.; Hanan, D.; Sease, J.; Burkanov, V. N.
Report of the International Whaling Commission (1994)

Many passive net fisheries exist along the Pacific coastlines of the USA (California, Oregon, Washington and Alaska), Canada (British Columbia) and the Russian Federation. Some incidental marine mammal mortality occurs…


Cetaceans and gillnet fisheries in Mexico, Central America and the wider Caribbean: A preliminary review

Vidal, O.; Van Waerebeek, K.; Findley, L. T.
Report of the International Whaling Commission (1994)

This paper reviews published and unpublished information on the mortality of cetaceans in gillnets in Mexico, Central America and the wider Caribbean. Data on this incidental mortality are provided from…


Interactions between marine mammals and the coastal fisheries of Necochea and Claromecó (Buenos Aires Province, Argentina)

Corcuera, J.; Monzon, F.; Crespo, E. A.; Aguilar, A.; Raga, J. A.
Report of the International Whaling Commission (1994)

Coastal and pelagic fishing activities in the area of Necochea harbour, where high mortality of franciscanas (Pontoporia blainvillei) in gillnets had been previously reported, and at Claromeco, a small gillnet…


A brief review of stock identity in small marine cetaceans in relation to assessment of driftnet mortality in the north Pacific

Perrin, W. F.; Brownell, R. L. Jr.
Report of the International Whaling Commission (1994)

Dolphins of several species are killed incidentally in driftnet fisheries on the high seas in the North Pacific. Information on stock identity, necessary for assessment and management of the dolphin…