Catch and Keep?
- Sinkers are stinkers. Heim, Burt // Boys' Life;Feb1993, Vol. 83 Issue 2, p8
Reports on the threat that fishing sinkers pose to wildlife. Example of birds that swallow sinkers; Number of loons that die in the Middle West that have been poisoned by sinkers.
- Fish un-limited. Williamson, L. // Outdoor Life;Jun92, Vol. 189 Issue 6, p53
Editorial. Reports that overfishing, habitat loss and pollution have pushed fisheries to their limit--and the results could be devastating. Specifics on National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) report; Problems at Columbia River Basin, Chesapeake Bay, and other waters; Plans to restore marine...
- Dolphin: Safe or sorry? Griswold, Whit // Salt Water Sportsman;Mar95, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p69
Reports on the danger of log fishing, a method of capturing tuna, on other marine animals. Other marine animals that can be caught through log fishing; Description of the technique.
- 'Jaws': the new cause of the seas. Woodard, Colin // Christian Science Monitor;12/8/99, Vol. 92 Issue 10, p6
Considers the potential impact of the growing shark fishing industry on populations in the marine ecosystem.
- LET'S GET IT RIGHT. Paul, Peter // Salt Water Sportsman;Aug2008, Vol. 69 Issue 8, p10
The article reflects on the U.S. recreational-angling community's unwarranted opposition to various environment conservation measures.
- An expert warns of the dangers of driftnets, lethal curtains that reap fish--and controversy--by... Blackman, J.H. // People;5/15/89, Vol. 31 Issue 19, p145
Discusses the dangers of driftnetting, a high-seas fishing technique, with Jim Coe, 42, program manager of marine entanglement research for the National Marine Fisheries Service in Seattle, Wash. Damage to wildlife and environment; Restrictions needed.
- Declining stocks. Taylor, R.J. // Canada & the World;Mar1991, Vol. 56 Issue 7, p18
Reports on overfishing of the world's oceans and what is being done about it. Canada's five-year adjustment; Who is to blame; What research is needed. INSET: Cuddly culprit; Data Bank.;Farming the sea..
- Wildlife response to the nets. Anderson, A. // Nature;7/26/1990, Vol. 346 Issue 6282, p304
Reports that the US National Marine Fisheries Service has agreed to release data on the impact of drift-net fishing on marine life. Data comes from a survey collected on Japanese drift-net boats.
- GULF OF GUINEA, GHANA. // Journal of Coastal Research;Mar2013, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p238
An image is presented of small scale fishing vessels in the Gulf of Guinea, Ghana, with additional information about traditional fishing methods in coastal Ghana, coastal erosion and accelerated sea level rise from climate change, and consequent overcrowding in fishing harbors.