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Author Name:    DORSEY, Eleanor M., and Judith PEDERSON (eds.) PEDERSON, Judith

Title:   Effects of Fishing Gear on the Sea Floor of New England. First Edition

Publisher:    Conservation Law Foundation, Boston, 1998, ISBN:1892787008 

Seller ID:   111754

DORSEY, Eleanor M., and Judith PEDERSON (eds.). Effects of Fishing Gear on the Sea Floor of New England. Boston : Conservation Law Foundation, 1998. First Edition. Pp (2),i-v,(1),1-160. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 4to, illustrated blue card covers, lettered in white and black. Very good. 60.00Contents : Introduction (by Eleanor M. Dorsey and Judith Pederson). [Pt. 1 ] The New England Sea Flor: Description and Natural Disturbance. Geologicaloverview of the sea floor of New England (by Eleanor M. Dorsey). Mapping t he surflcial geology of the western Gulf of Maine (by Joseph T. Kelley). Benthic fauna of soft substrates in the Gulf of Maine (by Les Watling). Natural disturbance and colonization on subtidal hard substrates in the Gulf of Maine (by Jon D. Witman). Bottom habitat requirements of groundfish (by Richard Langtt). [Pt. 2] Scientific Studies of Fishing Gear Effects on the SeaFloor. Bottom tending gear used in New England (by Ron Smolowitz). Studies in New England of fishing gear impacts on the sea floor (by Jeremy Collie) . Studies in. eastern Canada on the impact of mobile fishing gear on benthic habitat and communities (by Donald C. Gordon Jr., Peter Schwinghamer, Terrence W. Powell Jens Prena, Kent Gilkinson, W Peter, and David L. McKeown).Ecosystem effects of demersal fishing: A European perspective (by Stuart I . Rogers, Michel J. Kaiser, and Simon Jennings). [Pt. 3] Fishermen's {erspectives on Their Gear and on Fish Habitats. Bottom trawling on soft substrates (by Frank Mirarchi). Bottom trawling on hard substrates (by Bill Gell). Gillnet fishing (by John Williamson). Scallop dredge fishing (by James Kendall). Lobster trap fishing (by Thomas Morell). Bottom longline fishing (by Mark Leach). [Pt. 4] MinimizingFishing Gear Impacts to the Sea Floor. Conservation engineering: Options to minimize fishing's impacts to the sea floor(by H. Arnold Carr and Henry Milliken0. Implications of the essential fish habitat provisions of the Magnuson-Stevens Act (by Jonathan M. Kurland). [ Pt. 5] Short Takes: Additional Observations by Fishermen and Scientists. The effect of dredge harvesting on eastern oysters and the associated benthiccommunity (by Richard Langan). Another approach to scallop production, hab itat concerns, and biodiversity (by Richard Taylor). Changes to the sea floor in the Chatham area (by Fred Bennett). A better urchin drag (by Kristan Porter). Brief notes on habitat geology and clay pipe habitat on StellwagenBank (by Page Valentine). Observations of a fisherman and spotter pilot in the Gulf of Maine (by Bill Doughty). Post-settlement survivorship of juven ile Atlantic cod and the design of marine protected areas (by James Lindholm, Peter Auster, Les Kaufman, and Matthias Ruth). Deep sea corals off Nova Scotia (by Mark Butler). Observations on lobster trap fishing (by Jack Merrill). Sediment resuspension by bottom fishing gear (by James H. Churchill)."The Edge of the Bottom"-heavily trawled and consistently productive (by Craig Pendleton). [Pt. 6] Discussion. Summary of discussion and recommendations from the conference (by Eleanor M. Dorsey and Judith Pederson). Very good. 60.00


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