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American Fisheries Society Conference Attracting 2,000 Plus Scientists To Explore "Interfacing"
Forty-four symposia cover such topics as shark ecology and biology, educational outreach, introduced nuisance species, protection of vulnerable aquatic species, restoration of Pacific salmon populations, new fish passage technology, and contributions of Native American traditional knowledge to modern fisheries management. (1997-08-14)
Scientist advocates increased fisheries data gathering
Fisheries management decisions are often based on population models. However, those models need quality data to be effective. (2007-02-19)
World Fisheries At Maximum Capacity, Scientists Warn
In a compendium of more than 25 peer-reviewed papers published this month by the American Fisheries Society, biologists and managers warn that new management schemes are needed to prevent the world's fisheries, which are already considered either fully or heavily exploited, from collapsing. (1997-11-21)
AZTI to coordinate scientific advisory services to the EC on fishing outside the EU waters
AZTI is going to provide the European Commission scientific advice regarding fisheries outside the EU. (2016-12-21)
Statement from the Pew Environment Group on the Hilborn/Worm study published in Science
Rebecca Goldburg, director of Marine Science at the Pew Environment Group, issued the following statement today in response to a paper published in the journal Science. (2009-07-30)
International fisheries conference bringing thousands of scientists to Portland
Thousands of fisheries scientists from around the world will gather in Portland Aug. (2015-07-09)
Subsidies promote overfishing and hurt small-scale fishers worldwide
Large-scale fisheries receive about four times more subsidies than their small-scale counterparts, with up to 60 percent of those subsidies promoting overfishing. (2017-06-01)
AAAS Oceans Panel examines advances in science and technology to boost fishery sustainability
A fisheries panel at American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) annual conference in San Francisco will look at whether advances in science and innovations in technology can produce a spectrum of sustainable fisheries and minimize environmental degradation within an ecosystem. (2007-02-19)
NOAA Fisheries and partners winners of Presidential Migratory Bird Stewardship Award
NOAA Fisheries staff Tom Good (Northwest Fisheries Science Center) and Steve Copps (West Coast Region), together with our partners at Washington Sea Grant and Oregon State University, were recently awarded the 2015 Presidential Migratory Bird Stewardship Award. (2015-05-13)
How to make global fisheries worth 5 times more: UBC research
Rebuilding global fisheries would make them five times more valuable while improving ecology, according to a new University of British Columbia study, published today in the online journal PLoS ONE. (2012-07-13)
'Fish thermometer' reveals long-standing, global impact of climate change
Climate change has been impacting global fisheries for the past four decades by driving species towards cooler, deeper waters, according to University of British Columbia scientists. (2013-05-15)
Changes to fisheries legislation have removed habitat protection for most fish species in Canada
Federal government changes to Canada's fisheries legislation (2013-11-07)
Scientists offer new take on selective fishing
A new, less selective approach to commercial fishing is needed to ensure the ongoing productivity of marine ecosystems and to maintain biodiversity, according to a paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. (2010-05-13)
Fishing for the future of coral reefs
New fishery regulations based on science are needed in the Caribbean to give coral reefs a fighting chance against climate change, according to an international study published today. (2016-04-04)
Gaps in reporting leave turtles vulnerable
A James Cook University study has called for a change in the way we manage bycatch -- to better monitor the unintentional catching of sea turtles by commercial fishers. (2016-02-21)
Chinese foreign fisheries catch 12 times more than reported: UBC research
Chinese fishing boats catch about US$11.5 billion worth of fish from beyond their country's own waters each year -- and most of it goes unreported, according to a new study led by fisheries scientists at the University of British Columbia. (2013-04-03)
Fish moving poleward at rate of 26 kilometers per decade
Large numbers of fish will disappear from the tropics by 2050, finds a new University of Britsh Columbia study that examined the impact of climate change on fish stocks. (2014-10-10)
Springer to publish Fisheries Science as of 2009
Fisheries Science will be published by Springer as of January 2009. (2008-12-04)
Polarstern's biggest fish catch in 24 years of research in Antarctic waters
Five tons of marbled Antarctic cod (Notothenia rossii), now that was surely a big surprise to scientists and crew alike considering that previous and subsequent hauls barely ever reaped such plentiful harvests. (2006-12-26)
'Best hope at sustainable fisheries' short-changed by conservation efforts: UBC researchers
Small scale fisheries produce as much annual catch for human consumption and use less than one-eighth the fuel as their industrial counterparts, but they are dealt a double-whammy by well-intentioned eco-labelling initiatives and ill-conceived fuel subsidies, according to a University of British Columbia study. (2008-08-26)
Species in the Spotlight campaign highlights NOAA Fisheries' endangered species conservation efforts
NOAA Fisheries announced today a new Species in the Spotlight campaign to focus recovery and public education efforts on eight marine species that are at risk of extinction. (2015-05-14)
Law that regulates shark fishery is too liberal: UBC study
Shark fins are worth more than other parts of the shark and are often removed from the body, which gets thrown back into the sea. (2012-03-02)
Modest fisheries reduction could protect vast coastal ecosystems: UBC research
A reduction of as little as 5 percent in fisheries catch could result in as much as 30 percent of the British Columbia coastal ecosystems being protected from overfishing, according to a new study from the UBC Fisheries Center. (2009-07-21)
Mediterranean fish stocks show steady decline
While careful management has helped stabilize or even improve the state of fisheries resources in some parts of Europe, the situation in the Mediterranean has deteriorated over the past 20 years. (2014-07-10)
NYU's Jacquet receives Pew Marine Conservation Fellowship to study fisheries policies
Jennifer Jacquet, an assistant professor in New York University's Department of Environmental Studies, has received a Pew Fellowship in Marine Conservation to examine the feasibility of altering fisheries policies on the high seas. (2016-02-24)
Study shows small-scale fisheries' impact on marine life
Small-scale fisheries could pose a more serious threat to marine life than previously thought. (2011-07-18)
Discards ban 'will boost fisheries', says new research
Banning fisheries discards in the North Sea will promote fish stock recovery and increase fishermen's incomes, according to new research by scientists at the University of York. (2011-06-22)
Study unlocks faster way to assess ocean ecosystem health
A new study published today identifies a set of features common to all ocean ecosystems that provide a visual diagnosis of the health of the underwater environment coastal communities rely on. (2015-11-10)
Evolutionary changes could aid fisheries
Sustainable fishing practices could lead to larger fishing yields in the long run, according to a new study that models in detail how ecology and evolution affect the economics of fishing. (2013-07-18)
URI professor emeritus Saul B. Saila receives national award of excellence from American Fisheries Society
Biological oceanographer and URI professor emeritus Saul B. Saila has been given the Award of Excellence by the American Fisheries Society (AFS). (2001-09-04)
Arctic fisheries' catches 75 times higher than previous reports: UBC research
University of British Columbia researchers estimate that fisheries catches in the Arctic totaled 950,000 tonnes from 1950 to 2006, almost 75 times the amount reported to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization during this period. (2011-02-04)
Bait worms are a valuable marine resource
The humble bait worm wriggling on the hook at the end of angler's line may be considered a low value resource, but in the first global assessment of its value and impact, researchers have revealed it to be a multi-billion pound global industry worth nearly £6 billion per year. (2016-10-17)
MMS and NOAA scientists study prey of Gulf of Mexico sperm whales
Minerals Management Service and National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries Service biologists have set sail to learn more about the prey of sperm whales in the northern Gulf of Mexico. (2010-03-02)
Is fleet diversity key to sustainable fisheries?
Concern about fisheries is widespread around the world. Over the past several decades, a robust discussion has taken place concerning how to manage fisheries better to benefit ecosystems and humans. (2014-10-31)
The Biology and Fisheries of the Slipper Lobster
A compilation and synthesis of information on the slipper lobster. (2007-02-20)
How China is poised for marine fisheries reform
China has introduced an unprecedented policy platform for stewarding its fisheries and other marine resources; in order to achieve a true paradigm shift a team of international scientists from within and outside of China recommend major institutional reform. (2017-01-16)
NOAA's new Climate Science Strategy outlines efforts to build resilience
As ocean conditions continue to change, putting ocean ecosystems and the communities that rely upon them at risk, today, NOAA took a first step in providing regional fisheries managers and stakeholders with information they need to reduce the effects of climate change and build resilience. (2015-08-25)
Investing in fisheries management improves fish populations
Research published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences suggests that successful fisheries management can be best achieved by implementing and enforcing science-based catch or effort limits. (2016-12-19)
Forest access roads affect walleye populations in northern Ontario lakes
Forestry access roads can have undesirable outcomes on fish populations in remote Northern Ontario lakes due to increased access, according to research by Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources scientists recently published in the North American Journal of Fisheries Management. (2010-05-12)
Global ocean health gets passing grade: UBC researchers
The health of the world's oceans received a score of 60 out of 100 from a team of international scientists, including fisheries researchers at the University of British Columbia. (2012-08-15)
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