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CCSBT 10 (2003) - ERSWG 5

CCSBT 10 (2003) - ERSWG 5
01 - Draft Agenda (9.25 KB)
02 - List of Participants (37.98 KB)
03 - Draft List of Documents (48.69 KB)
04 - (Australia) Progress on Developing Australia’s National Plan of Action for the Conservation and Management of Sharks. (3) (1.8 MB)
05 - (Australia) Progress on Developing Australia’s National Plan of Action for Reducing the Incidental Catch of Seabirds in Longline Fisheries. (3) (2.31 MB)
06 - (Australia) The Impact of Pelagic Fishing on Flesh-footed Shearwater Puffinus carneipes in Eastern Australia. G. Barry Baker and Brent Wise. (5(a)) (304.44 KB)
07 - (Australia) Summary of Observer Data on Composition and Life-status of Fishes Caught in the Eastern Tuna and Billfish Fishery. (5(a)) (316.01 KB)
08 - (Japan) Effect of Blue-Dyed Bait and Tori-Pole Streamer on Reduction of Incidental Takes of Seabirds in the Japanese Southern Bluefin Tuna Longline Fisheries. Hiroshi Minami and Masashi Kiyota. (5(a)) (111.56 KB)
09 - (Japan) Tag and release of the pelagic shark species in the SBT fishery. Hiroaki Matsunaga and Hideki Nakano. (5(a)) (128.21 KB)
10 - (New Zealand) National Plan of Action to Reduce the Incidental Catch of Seabirds in New Zealand Fisheries. Dawn Randall and Jim Nicolson. (3, 5(a)) (68.72 KB)
11 - (New Zealand) Incidental capture of seabirds, marine mammals, and marine reptiles in tuna longline fisheries in New Zealand waters, 2000-01 to 2001-02. (5(a)) (831.92 KB)
12 - (New Zealand) Southern Seabird Solutions – an Unpdate. Janice Molloy. (5(a), 6) (29.34 KB)
13 - (Japan) Distribution of teleosts dominated in the SBT fishery. Takahiro Nobetsu and Hideki Nakano. (5(b)) (294.16 KB)
14 - (Japan) Trophic relationship of seabirds and fish in southern bluefin tuna longline fisheries using stable carbon and nitrogen isotopes. Hiroshi Minami , Masashi Kiyota and Tomoya Onodera. (5(b)) (229.05 KB)
15 - (New Zealand)New Zealand Northern Tuna Fleet: Report of Advisory Officer - Seabird/Fisheries Interactions 2001/02. Department of Conservation Science Internal Series 99. Department of Conservation, Wellington, New Zealand. 2003. Kellian, D. (6) (4.86 MB)
Translated abstracts(和文) (211.12 KB)
SBT Fisheries (Australia) - Member’s Annual Report to ERSWG 5. (2) (1.94 MB)
SBT Fisheries (Japan) - Annual Report of Japan. (2) (325.02 KB)
National reports 03 -(New Zealand) New Zealand Country Report: Ecologically Related Species in the Southern Bluefin Tuna and Related Tuna Longline Fisheries in the New Zealand 200 n. mile EEZ, 2000–01 to 2001-02. (2) (608.14 KB)
SBT Fisheries (Korea) - Annual Report of Korea. (2) (273.47 KB)
SBT Fisheries (Taiwan) - Annual Report of Taiwan to ERSWG5. (2) (451.89 KB)
SBT Fisheries (Taiwan) - Annual Report of Taiwan to ERSWG5. (2) ABSTRACT (26.22 KB)
INFO 01 - (Japan) Review of the Japanese RTMP observer program in the high sea waters in 2001-2002 fishing years. Masashi Kiyota and Hiroshi Minami. (2) (161.85 KB)
INFO 02 - (Japan) Estimation of incidental take of seabirds in the Japanese southern bluefin tuna longline fishery in 2001-2002. Masashi Kiyota and Yukio Takeuchi. (2) (188.18 KB)
INFO 03 (Japan) - Report on the Assessment of Implementation of Japan’s National Plan of Action for the Conservation and Management of Sharks of FAO. JFA. (3 or 4) (946.15 KB)
INFO 04 (Japan) - Assessment report on the implementation of Japan’s National Plan of Action for reducing incidental catch of seabirds in longline fisheries. JFA. (3 or 4) (145.18 KB)
INFO 05 (Australia) - Spatio-temporal Trends of Longline Fishing effort in the Southern Ocean and Implications for Seabird Bycatch. Geoffrey N. Tuck, Tom Polacheck, Cathy M. Bulman. (5(a)) (616.91 KB)
INFO 06 - (Japan) Underwater Setting Device for preventing Incidental Catches of Seabirds in Tuna Longline Fishing. Hisaharu Sakai, Hu Fuxiang and Takafumi Arimoto. (5(a)) (293.15 KB)
INFO 07 - (Japan) Incidental take of seabirds in longline fisheries: Nature of the issue and measures for mitigation. Masashi Kiyota. (5(a)) (2.44 MB)
INFO 08 (Japan) - Attempts to reduce incidental take of seabirds in tuna longline fishery: Effectiveness of blue-dyed baits. Hiroshi Minami and Masashi Kiyota. (5(a)) (1.48 MB)
INFO 09 (Japan) - Can blue baits save seabirds? A new attempt to reduce incidental take of seabirds in tuna longline fishery. Hiroshi Minami and Masashi Kiyota. (5(a)) (349.42 KB)
INFO 10 (Japan) - Efforts to alter longline into environmentally friendly fishing method: wisdom contest between fishery and seabirds. Masashi Kiyota. (5(a)) (154.47 KB)
INFO 11 (Japan) - Standardized CPUE for the main pelagic shark species dominated in the SBT fishery. Hiroaki Matsunaga and Hideki Nakano. (5(a)) (168.84 KB)
INFO 12 (Japan) - Age and growth of blue shark (Prionace glauca) in the Indian Ocean. Hideki Nakano and Satoshi Fuchigami. (5(a)) (113.29 KB)
INFO 13 (New Zealand) - Longline sink rates of an autoline vessel, and notes on seabird interactions. Science for Conservation 183, Department of Conservation. 2001. Wellington, New Zealand. Smith, N.W.McL. (5(a)) (1.03 MB)
INFO 14 (New Zealand) - Sink rate of baited hooks on New Zealand pelagic tuna vessels. Department of Conservation Science Internal Series 123, Department of Conservation, Wellington, New Zealand. 2003. Keith, C. (5(a)) (1.72 MB)
INFO 15 (New Zealand) - Fish bycatch in New Zealand tuna longline fisheries, 2000–01 and 2001–02. (5(a)) (218.4 KB)
INFO 16 (New Zealand) - Changes to the CCAMLR Conservation Measure Relating to Minimisation of Incidental Mortality of Seabirds in the Course of Longline Fishing or Longline Fishing Research in the Convention Area. Janice Molloy. (5(a)) (110.22 KB)
INFO 17 (New Zealand) - Tori line designs for New Zealand domestic pelagic longliners. Conservation Advisory Science Notes 248, Department of Conservation, Wellington, New Zealand. 1999. Keith, C. (5(a)) (1.43 MB)
INFO 18 (New Zealand) Developmental stages of the underwater bait setting chute for the pelagic longline fishery. Conservation Advisory Science Notes 246, Department of Conservation, Wellington, New Zealand. Molloy, J., K. Walshe and P. Barnes. (5(a)) (3.77 MB)
INFO 19 (Japan) - Report of the predation survey by the Japanese commercial tuna longline fisheries (September, 2000 - September, 2002). Tom Nishida and Yukiko Shiba. (5 (b)) (2.12 MB)
INFO 20 (Japan) - Update on result of feeding ecology analysis of southern bluefin tuna based on stomach samples collected from offshore longline vessels. Tomoyuki Itoh and Kenichiro Omote. (5(b)) (73.52 KB)
INFO 21 (Japan) - Guidance, Extension and Educational Activities about Ecologically Related Species. Hiroshi Minami, Masahiko Kiyota and Hideki Nakano. (6) (48.91 KB)
INFO 22 (New Zealand) - Seabird/fisheries interactions – Final report of advisory officer. Conservation Science Advisory Notes 295, Department of Conservation, Wellington, New Zealand. 2000. Keith, C. (6) (5.87 MB)
INFO 23 (New Zealand) - Video – Fishing the Seabird Smart Way – the New Zealand Experience. Janice Molloy. (6) (8.64 KB)
INFO 24 (New Zealand) - The Tuna Fishers Folder. Department of Conservation, Wellington, New Zealand. 2001. Department of Conservation. (6) (10.93 MB)
INFO 25 (Australia) - Proposal to Study Seabird-fishery Interactions in global Longline Fisheries. (7) (35.58 KB)
INFO 26 (New Zealand) - Extract of the report of the twenty second meeting of the CCAMLR Scientific Committee (2003) – Incidental Mortality Associated with Fishing. (4) (83.92 KB)
INFO 27 (Indonesia) - Present Status of Shark Fisheries in Indonesia. Parlin Tambunan, Johanes Widodo and I Gede Sedana Merta. (5) (44.14 KB)
INFO 28 (Taiwan) - Guidance, Extensions and Educational Activities about Ecologically Related Species. Yu-Min Yeh, Tien-Hsiang Tsai, Tzu-Yaw Tsay, James Sha and I-Hsun Ni. (6) (296.11 KB)