Gregory NG (2000) Animal welfare
in the fish industry. Surveillance
NAL Call No. SF604.63.N45S87
Descriptors: animal welfare, fisheries, aquaculture, stress, fishing, fish farming, fishes, aquatic animals
Joll C (1992) Fishermen encouraged to enter animal welfare debate. Australian Fisheries. 51(10):19-20
NAL Call No. SH317 A8
The animal welfare debate has moved into the arena of fisheries. Malcolm Cleland, a farmer and consultant, suggests that fishermen should lay down plans now to protect themselves against criticisms that are likely to emerge within this decade. Fishermen have been urged to acquaint themselves with the animal welfare issues under debate and to initiate a code of practice for themselves, so they will be better placed to deflect criticism of fishing practices that industry considers acceptable. The advice has come from Malcolm Cleland, a Tasmanian sheep farmer, who has been active in the animal welfare debate for more than 10 years. Although not an animal liberationist himself, he maintains that the debate is here to stay. He says primary producers--including fishermen--cannot afford to ignore it.
Descriptors: fishing operations, fishery disputes, fishery industry, fishery resources, Australia
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Schulz U (1995) Elektrofischerei unter Tierschutzaspekten.
[Animal welfare aspects of electrofishing.] Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift. 102 (3):125-127 (In German
with English summary)
NAL Call No. 41.8 D482
Descriptors: legislation, fish farming, fishing, electricity, animal welfare, fishes
Seemann (1978) Fischerei
und Tierschutz. [Fisheries and animal welfare]. Du und das Tier. 8(1):10-11
Descriptors: animal welfare, pain, angling, fishes
Spitler RJ (1998) The animal rights movement and fisheries.
Fisheries (Bethesda). 23(1):21-22
NAL Call No. SH1.F54
Descriptors: animal welfare, ethics, fishing, public opinion, animal sports, fishes
Schramm, H. L., Jr., and R.
G. Piper, editors. 1995. Uses and Effects
of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems. American Fisheries Society Symposium 15,
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