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This summer, tens of millions of salmon were cooked in California in their own natural habitat. Record heat and drought have reduced water flows and raised temperatures in streams and rivers across the state. Heat shock, along with the impacts of parasites and fungal burns that are fueled by warmer waters, have decimated wild salmon …

How was the largest fishery in the United States born and how did it overcome the many ecological and socio-economic challenges facing modern fisheries management? © Copyright by GrrlScientist | @GrrlScientist | hosted by Forbes A fisherman helps unload a catch of walleye pollock aboard a NOAA vessel for assessment in 2007. (Credit: … [+] …

Introducing your toddler to solid foods is an exciting, sometimes overwhelming time. It can be difficult to determine which foods are safe and which should be avoided for babies under a certain age. Baby cereals, fruits and vegetables are popular choices for baby’s first foods, but you may wonder if other foods, such as fish, …

It is estimated that between 2010 and 2030, global demand for seafood products will increase by 30%. At least two major factors are thought to contribute to this growth. The first is the significant growth in world populations. The United Nations predicts that by 2050, the world’s population could increase by more than two billion …

Legit Fish partners with Mission Driven Meat & Seafood and Big Easy Foods as the company continues to expand the species covered by its full chain traceability program. Traceability company based in Boston, Massachusetts, USA Legit Fish first debuted its new traceability technology at Seafood Expo North America in 2019, and later worked with ButcherBox …

The Director General of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), Professor Mojisola Adeyeye, has sounded the alarm that food vendors in the country are applying toxic chemicals to preserve their food. food to the detriment of the health of Nigerians. Adeyeye revealed that among the deadly chemicals used by meat …

The Director General of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), Professor Mojisola Adeyeye, has sounded the alarm that food vendors across the country are applying products toxic chemicals to preserve their food to the detriment of the health of Nigerians. Adeyeye revealed that among the deadly chemicals used by meat …

The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has warned meat and fish vendors against using formalin to preserve produce. Speaking at the sensitization program on the dangers of using local medicine, Birnin Kebbi, NAFDAC Director General Prof. Christianah Adeyeye said formalin – the chemical used to preserve humans dead in mortuaries …

As many people try to improve their diet by reducing their red meat intake, fish seems like a good healthy option. However, the sustainability of fish consumption is increasingly questioned. Here we look at the health claims and arguments for and against eating fish and explore some alternatives. Share on PinterestFish can be an important …

As this summer draws to a close and the days get shorter, it’s already time to start discussing the upcoming hunting seasons. After a three-year hiatus, the August management harvest for Canada geese is back, providing excellent hunting opportunities. Above normal water conditions over the past two years in northeastern South Dakota have resulted in …

Indonesia assesses populations of commercially valuable fish in all of its waters with the aim of improving the sustainable management of one of the world’s largest fisheries. The country’s Ministry of Fisheries is carrying out population health assessments in the archipelago’s 11 fishing areas. The results should help decision makers identify areas where fish populations …

Indonesia assesses the health of its marine fisheries in 11 fishing zones across the country. The assessment is expected to help policymakers create a more sustainable and better planned marine capture fishery model to be applied in all fishing areas in the country. Indonesia is one of the world’s largest producers of marine capture fisheries …