Sea Turtle Conservation and Management
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Sea Turtle are important marine animals, not only under CITES agreement but also in the Southeast Asian region as traditional living resources. SEAFDEC has, within the regional approach, coordinated and compiled information as well as established mechanisms for regional collaboration on research, conservation and management, and enhancement activities of those animals in Southeast Asia.
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Mitigation of the Fishery-Sea Turtles Interactions: Efficiency of the Circle Hook in Comparison with J-hook in Longline Fishery Siriraksophon, Somboon; Tantivala, Chitjaroon; Janathan O.Dickson; Promjinda, Sayan; Chanrachkij, Isara (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2008)The objectives are to investigate the efficiency of 18/0 10 offset circle hooks in comparison with the J-hooks, the hooking position between two different types of hook, and to investigate the impact of longline fishery ...
Survey of Small-Scale Fishing Gear and Practices Contributing to Sea Turtle Mortalities along the Coast of Rayong Province, Eastern Gulf of Thailand Chanrajkit, Isara; Yasuk, Nakaret; Ananpongsuk, Suppachai; Petrasatien, Prasert; Wanchana, Worawit (Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2010-05)
Chokesanguan, Bundit (Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2004-08)While SEAFDEC and the Thai Department of Fisheries are cognizant and very supportive of the worldwide necessity of adopting responsible fishing technologies and practices they also very well recognize the royalties that ...