|Guidelines for the Safe and Humane Handling and Release of Bycaught Small Cetaceans from Fishing Gear - CMS Technical Series No.43||
These guidelines, in their full text format, are intended to provide fisheries managers at any level, as well as those who work with fisheries to improve their sustainability, with bestpractice methodology on the safe and humane handling and release of small cetaceans accidentally bycaught in fishing gear. They are intended to enable managers and ‘trainers’, as well as anyone involved with fisheries policy or management to understand the rationale and need for ‘best practice’, as well as the science that supports the recommended practices.
|Dr Derek J Hamer||Guidelines for the safe and humane handling and release of bycaught small cetaceans from fishing gear - CMS Technical Series 43|
|National Light Pollution Guidelines for Wildlife including Marine Turtles, Seabirds and Migratory Shorebirds||
These Guidelines provide users with the theoretical, technical and practical information required to assess if artificial lighting is likely to affect wildlife and the management tools to minimise and mitigate that affect. These techniques can be applied regardless of scale, from small, domestic projects to large-scale industrial developments.
|Adverse Impacts of Anthropogenic Noise on Cetaceans and Other Migratory Species|