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Title: 遠洋鮪釣漁業混獲研究及印度洋漁獲咬食研究
Authors: 黃向文
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:海洋事務與資源管理研究所
Keywords: 觀察員;混獲;海鳥;海龜;鯊魚;鯨豚;遠洋漁業
Observers;Bycatch;Sea Birds;Sea Turtles;Sharks;Cetacean;Distant Water Fisheries
Date: 2009-03
Issue Date: 2013-07-25T05:58:08Z
Publisher: 行政院農業委員會
Abstract: 摘要:國際環保意識日益高漲,國際漁業組織相當關切漁業行為對海洋生物之影響,並紛紛通過相關決議,要求各國應該提供混獲物種,包括海鳥,海龜及鯨豚等之基本資訊以及從事忌避措施之研究。我國自2002年開始執行遠洋漁船海上觀察員計畫,繼97年度完成2002-2006資料之分析以及混獲物種初步估算之後,為呼應國際區域性漁業組織之要求,擬採用2007-2008觀察員資料,估算我國遠洋漁業意外混獲狀況,酌情提供給國際區域性漁業組織,並配合漁業署檢討觀察員資料蒐集體系,探討是否有需要補強蒐集之資訊。
abstract:As the provoking of conservation issue, the regional fisheries management organizations (RFMOs) have passed the resolutions to request the fishing nations to provide the bycatch data including sea birds, sea turtles and cetaceans, and the implementation of mitigation measures. The observer program of Taiwanese distant water tuna longline sea fisheries started in 2002 and the data collected by the observers from 2002-2006 were analyzed in 2008. To fulfill the requirement of RFMOs, this study plans to estimate the bycatch of Taiwanese longline fisheries in distant water tuna longline fisheries including sea birds and sea turtles based on the data collected by observers in 2007-2008. The infra-structure of observer program will be also evaluated in this study.
Relation: 98農科-10.1.1-漁-F6(3)
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw/handle/987654321/33924
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