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Coherent assessments of Europe's marine fishes show regional divergence and megafauna loss ArchiMer
Fernandes, Paul G.; Ralph, Gina M.; Nieto, Ana; Criado, Mariana Garcia; Vasilakopoulos, Paraskevas; Maravelias, Christos D.; Cook, Robin M.; Pollom, Riley A.; Kovacic, Marcelo; Pollard, David; Farrell, Edward D.; Florin, Ann-britt; Polidoro, Beth A.; Lawson, Julia M.; Lorance, Pascal; Uiblein, Franz; Craig, Matthew; Allen, David J.; Fowler, Sarah L.; Walls, Rachel H. L.; Comeros-raynal, Mia T.; Harvey, Michael S.; Dureuil, Manuel; Biscoito, Manuel; Pollock, Caroline; Phillips, Sophy R. Mccully; Ellis, Jim R.; Papaconstantinou, Constantinos; Soldo, Alen; Keskin, Cetin; Knudsen, Steen Wilhelm; Gil De Sola, Luis; Serena, Fabrizio; Collette, Bruce B.; Nedreaas, Kjell; Stump, Emilie; Russell, Barry C.; Garcia, Silvia; Afonso, Pedro; Jung, Armelle B. J.; Alvarez, Helena; Delgado, Joao; Dulvy, Nicholas K.; Carpenter, Kent E..
Europe has a long tradition of exploiting marine fishes and is promoting marine economic activity through its Blue Growth strategy. This increase in anthropogenic pressure, along with climate change, threatens the biodiversity of fishes and food security. Here, we examine the conservation status of 1,020 species of European marine fishes and identify factors that contribute to their extinction risk. Large fish species (greater than 1.5 m total length) are most at risk; half of these are threatened with extinction, predominantly sharks, rays and sturgeons. This analysis was based on the latest International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) European regional Red List of marine fishes, which was coherent with assessments of the status of fish stocks...
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Ano: 2017 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00416/52739/53608.pdf
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Global spatial risk assessment of sharks under the footprint of fisheries ArchiMer
Queiroz, Nuno; Humphries, Nicolas E.; Couto, Ana; Vedor, Marisa; Da Costa, Ivo; Sequeira, Ana M. M.; Mucientes, Gonzalo; Santos, Antonio M; Abascal, Francisco J.; Abercrombie, Debra L.; Abrantes, Katya; Acuna-marrero, David; Afonso, Andre S.; Afonso, Pedro; Anders, Darrell; Araujo, Gonzalo; Arauz, Randall; Bach, Pascal; Barnett, Adam; Bernal, Diego; Berumen, Michael L.; Lion, Sandra Bessudo; Bezerra, Natalia P. A.; Blaison, Antonin V.; Block, Barbara A.; Bond, Mark E.; Bonfil, Ramon; Bradford, Russell W.; Braun, Camrin D.; Brooks, Edward J.; Brooks, Annabelle; Brown, Judith; Bruce, Barry D.; Byrne, Michael E.; Campana, Steven E.; Carlisle, Aaron B.; Chapman, Demian D.; Chapple, Taylor K.; Chisholm, John; Clarke, Christopher R.; Clua, Eric G.; Cochran, Jesse E. M.; Crochelet, Estelle C.; Dagorn, Laurent; Daly, Ryan; Cortes, Daniel Devia; Doyle, Thomas K.; Drew, Michael; Duffy, Clinton A. J.; Erikson, Thor; Espinoza, Eduardo; Ferreira, Luciana C.; Ferretti, Francesco; Filmalter, John D.; Fischer, G. Chris; Fitzpatrick, Richard; Fontes, Jorge; Forget, Fabien; Fowler, Mark; Francis, Malcolm P.; Gallagher, Austin J.; Gennari, Enrico; Goldsworthy, Simon D.; Gollock, Matthew J.; Green, Jonathan R.; Gustafson, Johan A.; Guttridge, Tristan L.; Guzman, Hector M.; Hammerschlag, Neil; Harman, Luke; Hazin, Fabio H. V.; Heard, Matthew; Hearn, Alex R.; Holdsworth, John C.; Holmes, Bonnie J.; Howey, Lucy A.; Hoyos, Mauricio; Hueter, Robert E.; Hussey, Nigel E.; Huveneers, Charlie; Irion, Dylan T.; Jacoby, David M. P.; Jewell, Oliver J. D.; Johnson, Ryan; Jordan, Lance K. B.; Jorgensen, Salvador J.; Joyce, Warren; Daly, Clare A. Keating; Ketchum, James T.; Klimley, A. Peter; Kock, Alison A.; Koen, Pieter; Ladino, Felipe; Lana, Fernanda O.; Lea, James S. E.; Llewellyn, Fiona; Lyon, Warrick S.; Macdonnell, Anna; Macena, Bruno C. L.; Marshall, Heather; Mcallister, Jaime D.; Mcauley, Rory; Meyer, Michael A.; Morris, John J.; Nelson, Emily R.; Papastamatiou, Yannis P.; Patterson, Toby A.; Penaherrera-palma, Cesar; Pepperell, Julian G.; Pierce, Simon J.; Poisson, Francois; Quintero, Lina Maria; Richardson, Andrew J.; Rogers, Paul J.; Rohner, Christoph A.; Rowat, David R. L.; Samoilys, Melita; Semmens, Jayson M.; Sheaves, Marcus; Shillinger, George; Shivji, Mahmood; Singh, Sarika; Skomal, Gregory B.; Smale, Malcolm J.; Snyders, Laurenne B.; Soler, German; Soria, Marc; Stehfest, Kilian M.; Stevens, John D.; Thorrold, Simon R.; Tolotti, Mariana T.; Towner, Alison; Travassos, Paulo; Tyminski, John P.; Vandeperre, Frederic; Vaudo, Jeremy J.; Watanabe, Yuuki Y.; Weber, Sam B.; Wetherbee, Bradley M.; White, Timothy D.; Williams, Sean; Zarate, Patricia M.; Harcourt, Robert; Hays, Graeme C.; Meekan, Mark G.; Thums, Michele; Irigoien, Xabier; Eguiluz, Victor M.; Duarte, Carlos M.; Sousa, Lara L.; Simpson, Samantha J.; Southall, Emily J.; Sims, David W..
Effective ocean management and the conservation of highly migratory species depend on resolving the overlap between animal movements and distributions, and fishing effort. However, this information is lacking at a global scale. Here we show, using a big-data approach that combines satellite-tracked movements of pelagic sharks and global fishing fleets, that 24% of the mean monthly space used by sharks falls under the footprint of pelagic longline fisheries. Space-use hotspots of commercially valuable sharks and of internationally protected species had the highest overlap with longlines (up to 76% and 64%, respectively), and were also associated with significant increases in fishing effort. We conclude that pelagic sharks have limited spatial refuge from...
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Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00575/68662/67587.pdf
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Habitat suitability of the Atlantic bluefin tuna by size class: An ecological niche approach ArchiMer
Druon, Jean-noel; Fromentin, Jean-marc; Hanke, Alex R.; Arrizabalaga, Haritz; Damalas, Dimitrios; Ticina, Vjekoslav; Quilez-badia, Gemma; Ramirez, Karina; Arregui, Igor; Tserpes, George; Reglero, Patricia; Deflorio, Michele; Oray, Isik; Karakulak, F. Saadet; Megalbfonou, Persefoni; Ceyhan, Tevfik; Grubisic, Leon; Mackenzie, Brian R.; Lamkin, John; Afonso, Pedro; Addis, Piero.
An ecological niche modelling (ENM) approach was used to predict the potential feeding and spawning habitats of small (5-25kg, only feeding) and large (> 25kg) Atlantic bluefin tuna (ABFT), Thunnus thynnus, in the Mediterranean Sea, the North Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico. The ENM was built bridging knowledge on ecological traits of ABFT (e.g. temperature tolerance, mobility, feeding and spawning strategy) with patterns of selected environmental variables (chlorophyll-a fronts and concentration, sea surface current and temperature, sea surface height anomaly) that were identified using an extensive set of precisely geo-located presence data. The results highlight a wider temperature tolerance for larger fish allowing them to feed in the northern –...
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Ano: 2016 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00308/41953/41803.pdf
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The Best Way to Reduce Discards Is by Not Catching Them! ArchiMer
Reid, David G; Calderwood, Julia; Afonso, Pedro; Bourdaud, Pierre; Fauconnet, Laurence; Gonzalez-irusta, José Manuel; Mortensen, Lars O; Ordines, Francesc; Lehuta, Sigrid; Pawlowski, Lionel; Plet-hansen, Kristian S; Radford, Zachary; Robert, Marianne; Rochet, Marie-joelle; Rueda, Lucia; Ulrich, Clara; Vermard, Youen.
Under the Landing Obligation (LO) fishers will need to reduce or land fish that were previously discarded. In this chapter we look at how they might be able to do that by summarising a number of studies conducted in various European regions. We start by describing a series of “challenge” trials where fishers tried to reduce their discards by whatever (legal) means they thought best. In some cases, they were able to reduce unwanted catches, in others they were less successful. We also interviewed fishers not involved in the trials to ask them what they thought they could do. We explore their approaches which generally fell into three categories: more selective gear; tactical and strategic changes; and management changes. Scientific data (surveys, landings,...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Challenge trials; Decision support tools; Discard avoidance; Fine scale mapping; Fish distribution; Fishers; Fishing strategies; Hot-spot maps.
Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00473/58428/61004.pdf
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