Danish Seine - Ecosystem effects of fishing

Thomas Noack, Niels Madsen, Kai Wieland, Daniel Stepputtis, Ludvig Ahm Krag

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Abstract

Background and Aim: Danish seining is an efficient fishing technique with low emissions of CO2 and its negative impacts on the environment are considered to be gentle. In order to expand the limited knowledge on the gear itself and on impacts it has on the environment, we carried out sea trials on board a commercial Danish seiner in order to: a) describe the fishing process in a scientific way, b) investigate fish behaviour during the process and c) estimate the interaction of the gear with the sea bed.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2017
Publication statusPublished - 2017
EventDansk Havforskermøde - Konventum, Helsingør, Denmark
Duration: 25 Jan 201727 Jan 2017
http://www2.bio.ku.dk/havforsker/info/

Conference

ConferenceDansk Havforskermøde
LocationKonventum
CountryDenmark
CityHelsingør
Period25/01/201727/01/2017
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Keywords

  • Fishing methods
  • Fishing gear
  • Fish behavior

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Noack, T., Madsen, N., Wieland, K., Stepputtis, D., & Krag, L. A. (2017). Danish Seine - Ecosystem effects of fishing. Poster presented at Dansk Havforskermøde , Helsingør, Denmark.