[MARMAM] Three New Publications on Entanglement in Fishing Gear
Julie Marie van der Hoop
jvanderhoop at bios.au.dk
Tue Mar 14 06:21:40 PDT 2017
My colleagues and I are pleased to announce three new publications on entanglement in fishing gear in North Atlantic right whales.
The papers show how fishing gear affects swimming and movement behaviours (Endang Spec Res), that the energetic costs and duration of entanglement are comparable to significant life-history events (pregnancy, migration, lactation; Ecol and Evol), and that this has the potential to affect female reproductive output (Ecol and Evol). Finally, we develop some tools for management to assess the drag and energetic burden of entanglements at the time of their detection (Mar Poll Bull).
Two of the three papers are Open Access, so please follow the URLs below.
- Endangered Species Research<http://www.int-res.com/abstracts/esr/v32/p1-17/> [Open Access]: Swimming kinematics and efficiency of entangled North Atlantic right whales - J.M. van der Hoop, D.P. Nowacek, M.J. Moore, M.S. Triantafyllou
- Ecology and Evolution<http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ece3.2615/full> [Open Access]: Entanglement is a costly life-history stage in large whales - J.M. van der Hoop, P. Corkeron and M.J. Moore
- Marine Pollution Bulletin<http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0025326X16309808>: Predicting lethal entanglements as a consequence of drag from fishing gear - J.M. van der Hoop, P. Corkeron, A.G. Henry, A.R. Knowlton, M.J. Moore
Julie van der Hoop
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow
Aarhus University, Aarhus DK
jvanderhoop at bios.au.dk<mailto:jvanderhoop at bios.au.dk>
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