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Tuesday, September 02, 2014
Banned Pelagic Trawling Still Taking Place in Kerala
INDIA - Banned pelagic fishing nets have been making a silent comeback to coastal fishing in Kerala, a move which many feel would pose a serious threat to the marine...
Monday, September 01, 2014
Gambia Wants Surveillance Reinforced to Tackle Illegal Fishing
GAMBIA - The Fisheries minister has stressed the need for monitoring, control, and surveillance through improved collaboration and cooperation to be reinforced to...
Friday, August 29, 2014
Scottish Salmon Farmers Fighting Sea Lice
SCOTLAND, UK - As part of its commitment to transparency and improving fish health in the aquaculture industry, the Scottish Salmon Producers Organisation (SSPO)...
Implementation of EU Fishery Policies in the Baltic Sea Discussed
DENMARK - Best practices and management strategies for implementation of new EU fishery policies in the Baltic Sea region were discussed by members of the Baltic...
Thursday, August 28, 2014
Salmon are Recolonising Newly Reconnected Zones in the Adour Basin
FRANCE - Researchers from INRA, Laval University in Quebec, CIRAD and the Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour have studied the impact of constructing passes...
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
UK and US Fishermen to Exchange Seabird Conservation Ideas
UK - The European Commission-funded GAP2 exchange program, part of the GAP2 Project, is designed to help support the development and dissemination of best practices...
New Study Highlights Changes to UK Marine Systems
UK - Sustained observations of the sea by the Marine Biological Association of the UK highlight massive changes across UK marine systems and are the subject of a...
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Fish Turned Off by Smell of Damaged Habitats
US - Damaged coral reefs emit chemical cues that repulse young coral and fish, discouraging them from settling in the degraded habitat, according to new research....
Friday, August 22, 2014
Environmentally Friendly Scottish Mussels Feature on BBC Horizon
SCOTLAND, UK - The environmentally friendly credentials of Scottish rope grown mussels were highlighted in a BBC Horizon programme screened 20 August....
Ibuprofen in Rivers Posing Potential Threat to Fish
UK - Research led by the University of York suggests that many rivers contain levels of ibuprofen that could be adversely affecting fish health....
Big Increase Planned for Aquaculture off Western Australia
AUSTRALIA - The State Government has paved the way for a huge increase in fish production on Western Australia’s northern coast by declaring a development zone...
Thursday, August 21, 2014
New Invasive Shrimp Species Found in Northern Ireland
NORTHERN IRELAND, UK - A new invasive species, the Bloody Red Shrimp (Hemimysis anomala), has been discovered for the first time in Northern Ireland in Upper Lough...
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
New Management Plans Created to Ensure Sustainability and Availability of Seafood
MEXICO - The Federal Government has launched 18 Fisheries Management Plans (PMP) for boosting the sustainability, conservation and availability of fish, molluscs...
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Minister Approves New Marlborough Fish Farms
NEW ZEALAND - Plan changes to enable three new salmon farms in the Marlborough Sounds have been signed off by Conservation Minister Dr Nick Smith at a function at...
Crayfish Plague Infects Native White-Clawed Crayfish in River Allen
UK - Until recently the river Allen’s native White-clawed crayfish population, one of the few remaining in Dorset, has managed to remain free from disease but...
Rise in Aquaculture Posing Threat to Delta Lands
INDIA - The lush green paddy farms in 16 mandals of two delta areas are fast turning into fish tanks as the aqua farming is rampant in most of the mandals....
Monday, August 18, 2014
Oceana Celebrates Creation of Three Protected Fishing Areas
SPAIN - Oceana has celebrated the protection from trawling of the coralligenous and rhodolith seabeds of the summits of Ausias March and Emile Baudot, two seamounts...
Friday, August 15, 2014
Two Texas Fish Protected Under Endangered Species Act
US - Following an agreement with the Center for Biological Diversity to speed decisions on protection for 757 imperiled species, the US Fish and Wildlife Service...
Skipjack Tuna Will Not be Drastically Impacted by Climate Change
AUSTRALIA - Refuting lower-resolution results, high-resolution ocean modelling has predicted climate change will have little impact on western Pacific tuna fisheries...
Thursday, August 14, 2014
Oceana Examines Growing Problem of Marine Litter
EUROPE - Oceana has joined a research expedition arranged and led by the University of Örebro and Pangaea Exploration to study marine litter in the Baltic Sea,...
Commercial Netting Ban Will Remain in Place
AUSTRALIA - Minister for Primary Industries, Katrina Hodgkinson, has announced a ban on commercial netting will remain in place in creeks and waterways where it...
Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Ancient Shellfish Tell 10,000 Year History of El Niño Cycles
US and FRANCE - The planet’s largest and most powerful driver of climate changes from one year to the next, the El Niño Southern Oscillation in the tropical Pacific...
Monday, August 11, 2014
Oceana Calls for Trawling Ban for Protected Ecosystems
SPAIN - Oceana is asking the Spanish government to implement once and for all the Mediterranean Regulation, the European legislation which came into effect in 2006...
Can Anti-anxiety Drugs Boost Fish Survival?
SWEDEN - Generally, when a chemical enters a river, the concern is that it will kill the organisms that live there. But pharmaceutical drugs in wastewater from sewage...
Alaska Fish Factor: Republican Candidates Want Environmental Regulators Out of Alaska’s Mining Decisions
US - Breached mine tailings dams be damned! As millions of Fraser River sockeye salmon head for spawning beds polluted by a brew of metal toxins oozing from the...
Thursday, August 07, 2014
Thousands of Fish Killed in Caustic Soda Spill
SPAIN - A spill of caustic soda in the Tea River in the town of Mondariz, has caused the death of thousands of fish along two miles of the channel....
Wednesday, August 06, 2014
Canadian Mine Disaster Raises Fear in Alaska Over Pebble Mine
US - This week’s devastating tailings dam failure at the Mount Polley copper mine in British Columbia, Canada, which released vast amounts of mine waste into streams,...
Tuesday, August 05, 2014
Red Tide Sighted in Hong Kong
HONG KONG - A red tide has been sighted in Hong Kong waters over the past week, an inter-departmental red tide working group reported....
NZ Seafood Industry Remains Concerned with Chatham Rise Mining Proposal
NEW ZEALAND - The New Zealand seafood industry has welcomed new developments with Chatham Rock Phosphate’s (CRP) application to mine the Chatham Rise area, a key...
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Fishing Ban Enforcement is Key Factor in Restocking Fish in MPA's
EU - Marine protected areas (MPAs) in which fishing is prohibited contain substantially more fish, including commercially valuable species, than either partially...
 
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