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TheFishSite Newsletter - 16th September 2008
Tuesday 16th September 2008
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* This Week's Feature Articles

We have 3 new features this week:

Mackerel Market Report - August 2008
By Nicki Holmyard (EUROFISH), © FAO GLOBEFISH 2007.
Great Sandy Regional Marine Aquaculture Plan
An aquaculture plan has been drawn up to help the Great Sandy region of Queensland by finding the most suitable sites for aquaculture development and providing guidelines to ensure that only suitable development is approved. The Draft Great Sandy regional marine aquaculture plan (GSRMAP) was prepared by the Queensland Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries (DPI&F) with support from the Department of Tourism, Regional Development and Industry (DTRDI).
Fisheries of the United States 2007
Alaska led all states in volume with fish landings of 5.3 billion pounds, followed by Louisiana 951.2 million pounds; Virginia 481.7 million pounds; Washington 456.2 million pounds; and California 385.9 million pounds says a report - released by the National Marine Fisheries Service Office of Science and Technology - examining the fisheries of the Untied States in 2007.
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* Global Aquaculture Industry News

   United States

 » Grant Will Pay for Photovoltaic System on Bass Farm
 » Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia; Interstate Movement
 » $46 million: The Cost of Gustav to Fisheries
 » Well Farmed Fish Could Help Feed the World
 » SHAB Searching for a Seed and Scallop Sanctuary
 » Farming the Oceans as We Farm Land
 » Bond Relief Eludes Seafood Exports to US
 » Bacteria Wreaks Havoc on West Coast Hatcheries
 » Extending the Protection of Salmon
 » Tougher New Rules at the Great Lakes
 » Palin Objects to Fish Farm Proposal


 » Tasmania Panics as Abalone Virus Surfaces
 » Tasmanian Abalone Response
 » Closure of Fishery: DNA Tests in Tasmania
 » Australis Aquaculture Strikes Deal with Safeway
 » Australia to Play Catch-up on Fish Farming
 » Import Risk Analysis Commences for Finfish
 » Debate Opens on Rocky Reef Fin Fish Fishery
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 » Guam Gets Grant on Shrimp Study


 » EC Awaits Answers on Non-existent Tuna Farms


 » 3 New Projects to Stop Invasive Species
 » Local Issue, World Problem: Farm at Diefenbaker

   New Zealand

 » Aquaculture NZ Supports Coastal Principles
 » NZ: $10 Million Seafood and Aquaculture Centre
 » Sink or Swim? National Launch Aquaculture Policy


 » Bubba Gump Teams Up With Rubicon
 » Mangrove Destruction Undermines Fish Trade
 » World's Oceans Asphyxiated with Dead Zones
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   United Kingdom

 » Bacteria Can Stop Sheep Dip Poisoning Fish
 » Koi Herpesvirus Disease Strikes Again
 » EU Fund Supports Sustainable Scottish Fisheries

   Czech Republic

 » Campaign Encourages Czechs to Eat Fish

   Viet Nam

 » Vietnamese Fish Prices Soar; but None to Buy
 » 2009: Viet Nam Targets USD 18 billion in Ag and Fish


 » Caged Aquaculture Showcased in Lagos


 » Bank Opens to Accomodate Norweigen Seafood Sector
 » Five Million Cod Larvae by Helicopter
A clear vision from Intervet Aquatic Animal Health.

 » Open Eyes: Bangladesh Promotes Fishery

   European Union

 » Med Tuna Management Slammed by Greenpeace
 » European Aquaculture Begins to Stagnate


 » Israeli Innovation Takes Farming to New Depths


 » An Eye On Board: Denmark's Fishing Trial


 » Science Finds a Brighter Future Offshore


 » Saudi Arabia Looks to Malaysia for Freshwater Fish


 » Shedding Light on the Dusky Grouper


 » Aquaculture Offers New Path as Tuna Dwindles

That's all for this week!


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