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Welfare in wild-capture marine fisheries

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In contrast to terrestrial farming or aquaculture, little, if any, welfare regulation exists that constrains how fishes are handled or killed in wild-capture marine fisheries. Given that welfare in wild-capture fisheries is moving further up the public agenda, an unbiased, dispassionate account of what happens to fishes caught in wild-capture marine fisheries is needed so as to identify where the main animal welfare issues exist.
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Keywords: ethics; fishing methods; regulation; slaughter

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2009-12-01

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