Report of U.S. observations of the Japanese mothership salmon fishery during 1978
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Published by Northwest and Alaska Fisheries Center, Auke Bay Fisheries Laboratory, National Marine Fisheries Service, NOAA in Auke Bay, AK (P.O. Box 155, Auke Bay 99821) .
Written in English


  • Salmon fisheries -- Japan.,
  • Salmon fisheries -- North Pacific Ocean.

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Edition Notes

Statementby Michael L. Dahlberg.
SeriesNWAFC processed report -- September 1978.
ContributionsAuke Bay Laboratory (Juneau, Alaska)
The Physical Object
Pagination8 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15446070M

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Interception of Chinook Salmon from western Alaska in the driftnet fishery was significant (Myers et al. ; Rogers ) and was a key issue in controversy between the U.S. and Japan over the. The Governement of Japan will provide the following statistical data in computerized format to the Government of the United States within six months of annual termination of the fishery: (a) For the mothership gillnet salmon fishery, number and species of all marine mammals, particularly Dall fs porpoise (Phocoenoides dalli), taken by 1° x 1.   Nelson, D. & Lien, J., Responses of naive, captive dolphins to prototype whale alarms. International Whaling Commission, Snow, K., Tests of modified gear in the mothership fishery. In Comprehensive report on researches of marine mammals in the North Pacific Ocean, relating to Japanese salmon driftnet fisheries, , ed. K. Takagi. NOAA, NMFS, Southwest Fisheries Center Administrative Report, LJ—79– Perrin, W.F. and C.W. Oliver, Time/area distribution and composition of the incidental kill of dolphins and small whales in the U.S. purse seine fishery for tuna in the eastern tropical .

  ABSTRACT Walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) is North America's most abundant and lucrative natural fishery, and is the world’s largest fishery for human little-known demise of the "Donut Hole" stock of pollock in the Aleutian Basin of the central Bering Sea during the s is the most spectacular fishery collapse in North American history, dwarfing the famous crashes of the. Fishing regulations are enforced by NOAA, the State of Alaska, and the U.S. Coast Guard. Although total fishing mortality complies with catch quotas, there is still a desire to reduce discards as a wasteful practice owing to its sheer volume in Alaska. In , , mt of groundfish (15% of total groundfish catch) was discarded. In the past 35 years, since the Reform and Opening Up in , China’s fishing sector has experienced phenomenal growth. As Figure 1 shows, from to , its annual fishery production increased by more than 13 times—from million tonnes to million tonnes—with a remarkable growth rate of percent per annum. Figure 1. The estimated mean annual bycatch during – for pilot whales, white-sided dolphin, and com-mon dolphin in U.S. Atlantic bottom trawl fisheries is 72, and animals, respectively.

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