unfished

unfished

(ʌnˈfɪʃt)
adj
(Fishing) not used for fishing
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For the longitudinal time series, one fished and one unfished site were chosen on the French Atlantic coast: a recreational mudflat fishing site for Tapes philippinarum in the Gois passage, and an isolated, unfished site accessible only by boat; all three sampling sites were within 50 km of each other (Fig.
A clearer picture now is coming into focus--thanks to a team of scientists who investigated the size of an unfished community of reef sharks.
But how quickly is naivety to fishing lost, for fish from both fished and unfished populations?
Additionally, it would be useful to obtain life history data from an unexploited or lightly exploited population of thumbprint emperor in the CNMI, although acquisition of such data would be logistically challenging within the populated islands of the CNMI where unfished reef flats or embayments are limited.
The objective was to "Determine if there are differences in Florida bass nest abandonment and nest success rates between unfished nests, nests where spawning fish were caught and immediately released, and nests where spawning fish were caught and held for one hour prior to release.
Steepness (h) is a common measurement of stock resilience and is defined as the recruitment produced by a spawning biomass at 20% of unfished spawning biomass, relative to the recruitment produced by unfished spawning biomass (Mace & Doonan, 1988).
Thus, the UnsC's resolution 47 is quite appropriate to complete the unfished agenda of 1947 as well as India's chase for the permanent seat in the council.
The results of the fishing were compared to four areas left unfished.
The Pacific bluefin tuna population alone has dropped by 96 per cent from unfished levels.
2010) The Unfished Revolution: Coming of Age in a Era of Gender, Work and Family, New York, Springer.
And in the water in between, there is the planet's last unfished ocean.