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Large-Scale Deployment of Biodegradable FADs
|Date Added:||April 16, 2020|
|Tags:||Biodegradable FADs, FADs, ISSF, Pole and Line, Purse Seine, science|
ISSF is sponsoring at-sea research to find the best non-entangling designs and natural materials for fish aggregating devices (FADs) that can biodegrade.
This map — updated in April 2020 — shows where large-scale biodegradable FAD deployments are taking place around the world. It also indicates the tuna fishing gear types, fleets, and dates for each project.