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- v. Present participle of seine.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Fishing with a seine.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act, method, or industry of using the seine.
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Indeed, most Mediterranean bluefin fishing consists of netting or "seining" young wild fish for "outgrowing" on tuna
Indeed, most Mediterranean bluefin fishing consists of netting or "seining" young wild fish for "outgrowing" on tuna "ranches."
Although the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy offered more free nature education programs, such as seining for marine life in the East River and bird watching, than in the past, classes at the waterfront park filled quickly, and waiting lists had to be established.
We did the usual things one does on such trips: we paddled around; we used seining nets to look for benthic macroinvertebrates; we tested the water for phosphates and nitrogen.
We have taken too much out of the ocean by subsidizing and encouraging inefficient and destructive overfishing, bottom trawling, long-lining, purse seining, dynamite fishing, irresponsible aquaculture and illegal hunting.
You have to have the right kind of terrain along the bank for the seining and it can't be windy.
The practice of purse seining has been instrumental in the collapse of our fisheries.
Tonight the series turns its attention to fish farming and tomorrow to the practice known as purse seining, which involves lowering a huge circular net into the sea and drawing the bottom closed, before pulling everything out.
Not long thereafter larger vessels manifested themselves, their mixed-species crews seining the deep waters for all manner of seafood.
Around 1945 the herring behavior pattern changed and as a result purse seining for surfacing schools north of Iceland became ineffective and catches declined.