What’s the meaning of bycatch?
What is the most common bycatch?
Longlines, trawling and the use of gillnets are the fishing methods that most commonly result in bycatch. Longlining is a commercial fishing method commonly targeting swordfish, tuna and halibut, where hundreds or thousands of baited hooks hang at intervals along a single fishing line.
What is the bycatch of aquaculture?
What happens to the bycatch?
Which fishing method has the most bycatch?
What is bycatch and why is it harmful to the environment?
Why should we care about bycatch?
Why are marine biologists concerned about the changes shown in the graph?
How common is bycatch?
Which animals are caught in bycatch?
What is bycatch and how can it be managed?
What animal is most affected by bycatch?
How many fish are killed by bycatch?
When did bycatch become an issue?
How much of the world’s catch is bycatch?
What is meant by ghost fishing?
How many dolphins are killed as bycatch?
Scientific evidence shows between 6,000 and 10,000 dolphins are dying each year due to non-selective fishing methods used to target sea bass.