demersal trawl

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English-Russian dictionary of fishery . 2014.

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  • demersal trawling — Operation of a trawl net designed for use on or near the bottom of the sea or lake, e.g. otter trawl …   Fisheries — dictionary

  • demersal trawling — bottom trawling, e.g. otter trawl, beam trawl …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • trawl-fishing — A type of active fishing method in which a large bag like net is drawn along behind a boat in order to target either demersal or pelagic fish species. Many variations on this model exist …   Fisheries — dictionary

  • otter trawl — demersal trawl operated by a single vessel in which the horizontal opening of the net is achieved and maintained by angle towed otter boards (large rectangular boards of timber or steel) and the vertical opening by a combination of floats on the… …   Fisheries — dictionary

  • rock-hopper trawl — a demersal otter trawl with rubber disks attached to the groundrope and to a second rope off centre. When the trawl encounters an obstruction on the sea bed, the groundrope and the second rope wind around each other and accumulate tension,… …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • dragger trawl — otter trawl (a towed net that strains demersal fish out of the water. Rectangular otter boards of wood or steel on the tow ropes plane through the water and help keep the mouth open and give the trawl its name; floats on the headrope and weights… …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • bottom trawl — a net shaped like a bag dragged along the sea floor. The lower edge of the net has a thick ground rope or bobbins to prevent net damage and is heavily ballasted. Some trawls are low opening to capture demersal species, others are high opening to… …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • high-opening trawl — a bottom trawl designed to catch semi demersal or pelagic species …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • low-opening trawl — a bottom trawl designed to capture demersal species …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • otter trawl — a towed net that strains demersal fish out of the water. Rectangular otter boards of wood or steel on the tow ropes plane through the water and help keep the mouth open and give the trawl its name; floats on the headrope and weights on the ground …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • Fisheries glossary — This is a glossary of terms used in fisheries, fisheries management and fisheries science. A * Abundance is a measure of how many fish are in a population or a fishing ground. See relative abundance and absolute abundance.* Acoustic survey a… …   Wikipedia

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