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Volume 46, Issue 4 - Nov 2010
Volume 46, Issue 3 - Aug 2010
Volume 46, Issue 2 - May 2010
Volume 46, Issue 1 - Feb 2010
Selecting the target year
The effect of the entrance size on the catch of trap for conger eel
Kim, Seong-Hun ; Park, Chang-Doo ; Park, Seong-Wook ; Shin, Jong-Keun ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 46, issue 3, 2010, Pages 195~203
DOI : 10.3796/KSFT.2010.46.3.195
Recently, Fishermen have required to expand the circumference of trap entrance for conger eel because it was difficult to take the catch out as well as to put the baits into. A series of fishing experiments was carried out in coastal areas of Tongyoung, Korea in 2008 and 2009 using the traps to describe the effect of the entrance size on the catch. The experimental traps (five types) were used in filed experiments with four types circumference size traps (140, 180, 220 and 260mm) with mesh size 22mm and another type was used the same one usually using in filed with mesh size 35mm (750mm circumference). The experiment results were, the conger eels of total length 35mm more or so were caught 85, 93, 142 and 176 individual by the experiment traps with mesh size 22mm as increase circumference size from 140mm to 260mm, respectively. And the small conger eels of the total length below 35mm to be prohibited to catch by law were caught 145, 160, 288 and 304 individual according to increase the circumference size of trap, respectively. In addition, in case of the trap with mesh size 22mm, bycatches were 230 - 260 individuals and much more than bycatches of the trap with mesh size 35mm. In conclusion, when we expand the circumference size of trap according to fishermen`s requirement, we should review not only economic of fishery but also increasement the bycatch of non-target fishes and small size fishes.
A study on the bycatches by mesh size of spring-net-pot in Geo-je & Tong-young waters of Korea
Cha, Bong-Jin ; Cho, Sam-Kwang ; Lee, Gun-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 46, issue 3, 2010, Pages 204~213
DOI : 10.3796/KSFT.2010.46.3.204
Test fishing was carried out using six kinds of different mesh sizes (20, 22, 24, 28, 35, 40mm) for springnet-pot to study bycatches according to the mesh size and catches survey was done for another one (mesh size : 22mm, entrance round : 350mm) in Geo-je & Tong-young waters of Korea. On the first sea experiment, it was thought that suitable mesh size of spring-net-pot catching conger-eel over 35cm with decreasing the catches of conger-eel (Conger myriaster) below 35cm was 24mm. On the second sea experiment, commercial catches were crabs (Charybdis bimaculata), octopus minor (Octopus variabilis) and others including conger-eel, and catches proportion was 60% of total catches weights. There was no big difference for the monthly catches. Self-consumption catches were 9 species including conger-eel below 35cm holding 50% of catches in the side of weights. There were 40% of bycatches for the catches weights and 63% for catches numbers in the 22mm mesh size of spring-net-pot having entrance round over 140mm. It showed that 50% of catches weights were discarded.
A study of the sinking speed of longlines influenced by bait properties and anchor weights
Lee, Ji-Hoon ; Lee, Chun-Woo ; Karlsen, Ludvig ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 46, issue 3, 2010, Pages 214~222
DOI : 10.3796/KSFT.2010.46.3.214
The paper presents investigations on to which degree the sinking speed of longlines is influenced by type of bait, bait sinking orientations and anchor weights. The main aim of this study is to obtain further insight in the ocean current displacement phenomena in demersal longlining. The sinking speed is one of the main factors deciding the current displacement. In an ongoing project, sinking speed experiments with longlines with 6 kg and 10 kg anchor weights have been carried out in the Trondheim fjord. The longlines used in the first experiments were rigged without bait and hook. The results of these experiments with two different anchor weights have revealed only a slight difference in the sinking speed, except for the part near to the anchors, even though the sinking speed of longlines in general is supposed to be much influenced by the anchor weights. The reason for the obtained result is supposed to be that the experiments have been carried out at relative shallow waters. Further studies have included bait sinking experiments in the flume tank. The experiments showed that the drag coefficient of "fillet type (flat)" bait varied from 0.763 to 1.735, while it for "elliptic type" bait varied from 0.62 to 1.483. Other activities have included calculation of the sinking speed of longlines as a function of the established resistance coefficients of bait of various shape and size for commercial longlining. The calculated sinking speed of a longline with the fillet type bait was found to be 12.4 to 16.5% lower than for a longline without bait.
The difference of selectivity of gill net between least square method with polynomials in Kitahara`s and maximum likelihood analysis
Park, Hae-Hoon ; Millar, Russell B. ; Bae, Bong-Seong ; An, Heui-Chun ; Hwang, Seon-Jae ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 46, issue 3, 2010, Pages 223~231
DOI : 10.3796/KSFT.2010.46.3.223
This paper showed the difference between the selectivity of gill net by least square method with polynomials in Kitahara`s and that by maximum likelihood analysis for Japanese sandfish and Korean flounder. Catch experiments for Japanese sandfish using commercial vessels off the eastern coast of Korea were conducted with six different mesh sizes between October and December 2007 and those for Korean flounder with five different mesh sizes between 2008 and 2009. The mesh size of 50% probability of catch corresponding to biological maturity length of fish was not different between that by least square method and that by maximum likelihood analysis for Japanese sandfish, however, a little different for Korean flounder, that is, those mesh sizes of 50% probability of catch for biological maturity length of Korean flounder were 10.6cm and 10.1cm by least square method and maximum likelihood analysis, respectively.
Movement range and behavior of acoustic tagged abalone (Haliotis discus hannai) in Jeonnam marine ranch
Hwang, Bo-Kyu ; Shin, Hyeon-Ok ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 46, issue 3, 2010, Pages 232~238
DOI : 10.3796/KSFT.2010.46.3.232
The moving ranges and behavior of four wild abalones, Haliotis discus hannai, were measured by an acoustic telemetry technique. The shape of the sea bottom of the experimental area was surveyed by a bathymetry system and three self-recording type acoustic receivers were used for monitoring the behavior and measuring the movement range. The abalones (WA1-WA4) attached acoustic tags were released and measured the movement during ten months. Three abalones (WA1, WA3 and WA4) were successively detected around the released point during the experiment and were moved to the V2 area where water depth is deeper than the V1 area. The change of inhabitation depth was also detected from the depth sensor of WA4. As the result, abalones were moved to deeper water area accordance with the decrease of the water temperature. The moved ranges of abalones were approximately 200 - 400m from the release point.
Fish length dependence of target strength for striped beakperch, bluefin searobin and konoshiro gizzard shad caught in the artificial reef ground of Yongho Man, Busan
Lee, Dae-Jae ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 46, issue 3, 2010, Pages 239~247
DOI : 10.3796/KSFT.2010.46.3.239
Species of fish such as striped beakperch, bluefin searobin and konoshiro gizzard shad are commercially very important due to their high demand in the Korean market. When estimating acoustically the abundance of stocks for these species, it is of crucial importance to know the target strength (TS) to the length dependence. In relation to these needs, the TS experiments were conducted on three different species in an acrylic salt water tank using two split-beam echo sounders of 70 and 120 kHz. The TS for these three species under the controlled condition was simultaneously measured with the swimming movement by a DVR system and analyzed as a function of fish length (L) and frequency (or wavelength
). The equation of the form TS
In situ side-aspect target strength of Japanese anchovy (Engraulis japonicus) in northwestern Pacific Ocean
Lee, Hyung-Been ; Kang, Don-Hyug ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 46, issue 3, 2010, Pages 248~256
DOI : 10.3796/KSFT.2010.46.3.248
Acoustic side-aspect target strength (TS) of living Japanese anchovy (Engraulis japonicus) was measured at 120kHz during in situ experiments. The data were collected by lowering and horizontally projecting the splitbeam transducer into the anchovy school. For analysis and interpretation of the side-aspect TS data, acoustic theoretical model, based on the fish morphology, and dorsal-aspect TS data were used. Total length of the anchovy ranged from 6.6 to 12.8cm (mean length 9.3cm). The side-aspect TS distributed between -40 and -55dB, has an obvious length dependency. The mean side-aspect TS of the anchovy was -47.8dB, and the TS was about 2dB higher than mean TS generated from dorsal-aspect measurements. With reference to maximum TS, the results of the side-aspect TS were distributed within the range of the theoretical and dorsal-aspect TS. Apparently these tendency indicates that side-aspect TS measured from the study is useful data. These in situ measurements of side-aspect TS can be applied to improve acoustic detection and estimates of the anchovy, and is necessary to measure with a various frequency and length for making enhance data.
Preparation and physical properties of biodegradable polybutylene succinate/polybutylene adipate-co-terephthalate blend monofilament by melt spinning
Park, Seong-Wook ; Kim, Seong-Hun ; Choi, Hea-Sun ; Cho, Hyun-Hok ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 46, issue 3, 2010, Pages 257~264
DOI : 10.3796/KSFT.2010.46.3.257
In order to improve the breaking strength and elongation of Polybutylene succinate (PBS) monofilament, the monofilament was produced by blending PBS and Polybutlyne adipate-co-terephthalate (PBAT). The PBS/PBAT blend monofilament was prepared by the melt spinning system, and the weight ratios of the compositions of PBS/PBAT was 100/0, 95/5, 90/10 and 85/15, respectively. The breaking strength, elongation, softness and crystallization of PBS/PBAT blend monofilament were analyzed by using a tensionmeter, softness measurement, X-ray diffractometer in the both dry and wet conditions. The PBS/PBAT blend monofilaments were spun in the take-up velocity of 1.19m/sec under the drawing ratio of 6.8:1 condition. The production volumes of PBS/PBAT blend monofilaments showed 20% less than that of Nylon. The breaking strength of PBS/PBAT blend monofilaments were decreased as PBAT contents increased, while elongation and softness were increased. In case of PBAT content were over 5%, the breaking strength, elongation and softness of PBS/PBAT blend monofilaments were not shown to increase in spite of increasing in PBAT contents. Based on these results, it was possible to make the monofilaments with the maximized physical properties when the PBAT contents at 5%.
Estimation of economic benefits of biodegradable fishing net by using contingent valuation method (CVM)
Park, Seong-Wook ; Kwon, Hyeok-Jun ; Park, Seong-Kwae ;
Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology , volume 46, issue 3, 2010, Pages 265~275
DOI : 10.3796/KSFT.2010.46.3.265
The main purpose of this study is to estimate willingness to pay (WTP) by the general publics, assuming that they pay tax or charge for protecting marine living resources and environment through developing and supplying biodegradable fishing nets. This study employed a contingent valuation method (CVM) which is an econometric method. The survey was conducted by using both double-bounded dichotomous choice and open-ended survey. Tobit model was used for the analysis. The variables included concerns about marine environment and fishing net discarded, sex, age profile, number of family members, educational level and personal disposable income. Annual average WTP per family for the biodegradable fishing net development and supply was estimated at 5,294 won and national WTP amounted to some 84.2 billion won. This includes both of use and non-use value of biodegradable fishing nets.