Vol 82, No S1 (2018)

https://doi.org/10.3989/scimar.2018.82S1


Discards regulation vs Mediterranean fisheries sustainability.
Edited by Montserrat Demestre and Francesc Maynou

Table of Contents

Articles

[en]
Reducing discards in trammel net fisheries with simple modifications based on a guarding net and artificial light: contributing to marine biodiversity conservation
Pedro Martínez-Baños, Francesc Maynou
9-18
[en]
Assessment of the relative catch performance of hake, red mullet and striped red mullet in a modified trawl extension with T90 netting
Iván Sola, Francesc Maynou
19-26
[en]
Bioeconomic analysis of the effects of modifying the trawl extension piece with T90 netting
Iván Sola, Francesc Maynou
27-37
[en]
Reconstructing discards profiles of unreported catches
Francisco Leitão, Vânia Baptista, Karim Erzini
39-49
[en]
Exploring the effects of discarding using the Atlantis ecosystem model for Icelandic waters
Erla Sturludottir
51-62
[en]
Mitigating unwanted catches in the southern Iberian hake stock fisheries: Improving fishing technology vs market control policies
José María Da-Rocha, Javier García-Cutrín, María José Gutiérrez
63-74
[en]
Bycatch and discard survival rate in a small-scale bivalve dredge fishery along the Algarve coast (southern Portugal)
Mariana Anjos, Fábio Pereira, Paulo Vasconcelos, Sandra Joaquim, Domitília Matias, Karim Erzini, Miguel Gaspar
75-90
[en]
On the economic nature of consumers’ willingness to pay for a selective and sustainable fishery: A comparative empirical study
Laura Onofri, Paolo Accadia, Paloma Ubeda, Maria José Gutiérrez, Evelina Sabatella, Francesc Maynou
91-96
[en]
Efficiency of shallow- and deep-water trawling in the Mediterranean and its implications for discard reduction
Dario Pinello, Jennifer Gee, Paolo Accadia, Evelina Carmen Sabatella, Sergio Vitale, Kostantinos Polymeros, Fabio Fiorentino
97-106
[en]
Changes in catch and bycatch composition and in species diversity of a semi-floating shrimp-trap fishery in three eastern Atlantic island ecosystems with different degrees of human alteration
José G. Pajuelo, Raül Triay-Portella, João Delgado, Ana R. Góis, Sandra Correia, Albertino Martins, José A. González
107-114
[en]
Discard-ban policies can help improve our understanding of the ecological role of food availability to seabirds
Enric Real, Giacomo Tavecchia, Meritxell Genovart, Ana Sanz-Aguilar, Ana Payo-Payo, Daniel Oro
115-120
[en]
Reduction of by-catch and discards in the Algarve small-scale coastal fishery using a monofilament trammel net rigged with a guarding net
Monika J. Szynaka, Luís Bentes, Pedro Monteiro, Mafalda Rangel, Karim Erzini
121-129
[en]
Reducing unwanted catches of trammel nets: experimental results of the “guarding net” in the caramote prawn, Penaeus kerathurus, small-scale fishery of the Ligurian Sea (western Mediterranean)
Paolo Sartor, Daniel Li Veli, Francesco De Carlo, Alessandro Ligas, Andrea Massaro, Claudia Musumeci, Marina Sartini, Ilaria Rossetti, Mario Sbrana, Claudio Viva
131-140
[en]
By-catch species susceptibilities and potential for survival in Algarve (southern Portugal) deep-water crustacean trawl fishery
Ana C. Adão, Michael Breen, Moritz Eichert, Teresa C. Borges
141-149
[en]
Deep-sea sharks as by-catch of an experimental fishing survey for black scabbardfishes (Aphanopus spp.) off the Canary Islands (NE Atlantic)
Mafalda Freitas, Luísa Costa, João Delgado, Sebastián Jiménez, Viriato Timóteo, Joana Vasconcelos, José A. González
151-154
[en]
Commercial catches and discards of a Mediterranean small-scale cuttlefish fishery: implications of the new EU discard policy
Maria del Mar Gil, Gaetano Catanese, Miquel Palmer, Hilmar Hinz, Elena Pastor, Antoni Mira, Amalia Grau, Elka Koleva, Antoni Maria Grau, Beatriz Morales-Nin
155-164
[en]
Linking trawl fleet dynamics and the spatial distribution of exploited species can help to avoid unwanted catches: the case of the NW Mediterranean fishing grounds
Alfredo Garcia-de-Vinuesa, Iván Sola, Federico Quattrocchi, Francesc Maynou, Montserrat Demes
165-174
[en]
Spatial management of the European hake Merluccius merluccius fishery in the Catalan Mediterranean: Simulation of management alternatives with the InVEST model
Meryeme Khoukh, Francesc Maynou
175-188
[en]
Ecological importance of survival of unwanted invertebrates discarded in different NW Mediterranean trawl fisheries
Montserrat Demestre, Paolo Sartor, Alfredo Garcia-de-Vinuesa, Mario Sbrana, Francesc Maynou, Andrea Massaro
189-198
[en]
Modelling the effects of more selective trawl nets on the productivity of European hake (Merluccius merluccius) and deep-water rose shrimp (Parapenaeus longirostris) stocks in the Strait of Sicily
Sergio Vitale, Marco Enea, Giacomo Milisenda, Vita Gancitano, Michele Luca Geraci, Fabio Falsone, Gioacchino Bono, Fabio Fiorentino, Francesco Colloca
199-208
[en]
Preliminary results on the use of semi-floating shrimp traps for the striped soldier shrimp, Plesionika edwardsii (Crustacea: Decapoda: Pandalidae), off the Algarve coast (southern Portugal)
Moritz Eichert, Aida Campos, Paulo Fonseca, Victor Henriques, Margarida Castro
209-214
[en]
Towards more selective Mediterranean trawl fisheries: are juveniles and trash excluder devices effective tools for reducing undersized catches?
Sergio Vitale, Giacomo Milisenda, Michele Gristina, Pasquale Baiata, Sara Bonanomi, Francesco Colloca, Vita Gancitano, Danilo Scannela, Fabio Fiorentino, Antonello Sala
215-223