• Date Awarded:
    Nov 2004
  • Amount:
  • Term:
    36 months
  • Grant ID:
  • Funding Area:
    Environmental Conservation

Duke University is using this grant to develop a global perspective on the incidental catch of seabirds, sea turtles, and marine mammals. In collaboration with in-country scientists, national fisheries management authorities, and regional fisheries management organizations. Duke researchers will synthesize and analyze bycatch data for US and international fisheries. Outcomes for this grant include Improvement of fishing and bycatch databases and analysis of world bycatch rates.

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