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Targeting and discarding practices increased the difference in size and age composition between retained and discarded red snapper during open-season trips and between open and closed-season trips.
In the UK we have already reduced discarding by 50% in 10 years".
Iwonder how many Cardiff citizens are aware of the fact that discarding a cigarette end from your car could bring you a fine of pounds 75 which, if not paid within 14 days, could escalate to as high as pounds 2,500
Remove from the heat and strain, discarding the liquid.
Although the times and locations having high rates of swordfish discarding are fairly consistent, a shift in fishing patterns has not been apparent close to the U.
Discarding some of the data may be valid because those records may come from climate-shifting events other than tides, Bond says.
Another protection that is forfeited by casually discarding information is that afforded by the Economic Espionage Act (EEA) of 1996.
Discarding them without taking advantage of their possible uses, Poznansky says, would be a tragedy.
You win the ace of clubs and take the ace of hearts, East discarding a low club.
This screening cost could be reduced by discarding blood units that test positive after only one enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (156,000 CFA or U.
The report caused a storm of protest among academic librarians and some users, but reality has since increasingly forced libraries into discarding material.
Discarding of plant and equipment varies over the business cycle, but new measures of capital input in 20 industries suggest the effect on multifactor productivity is minor