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Members of the United States Navy and Ghana Navy inspect a vessel suspected of illegal fishing during a partnership exercise (USN) Posted on March 11, 2022 at 10:10 p.m. by China Ocean Dialogue [By Zubaida Mabuno Ismail] Among Ghana’s fishing communities, there is a …

KITTERY, Maine – New England Fishmongers crew members fondly recall two years ago that a VHS copy of “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective,” the 1994 film starring Jim Carrey, was pulled from the waters. However, more recently, two miles off the Newburyport coast, fishmongers have recovered an object thousands of years older than the cult classic. …

Today, these sightings are recounted like in a history book. In the 1960s, the fish were federally listed as endangered, in part due to the construction of several dams. Hydroelectric dams have blocked spawning fish migrations, altered river flow, and churned cooler water downstream. The Colorado pikeminnows, which were unaccustomed to cooler waters, soon came …

Eric Adams is a vegan crusader who can’t stop eating fish. The New York mayor embraced veganism more than five years ago after experiencing symptoms of diabetes and regularly promotes the vegan diet as healthier for people and the planet. He wrote a book touting veganism and even started “Vegan Fridays,” requiring public school cafeterias …

As climate change increases and the oceans warm, it could have a huge impact on the fishing industry due to the displacement of fish populations from one country’s waters to another, according to a new Canadian study. . In a study published Tuesday in the journal Global Change Biology, researchers from the University of British …

Here on Chibuene Beach in Vilanculos District, this canoe has been out of work for days as its owner, Patricia Manuel, 35, failed to catch any fish. This is due to the scarcity of fish in the sea. Like Patricio, most of the population resort to fishing to survive in this neighborhood with enormous tourist …

Cop26 organizers are being criticized for serving a menu of mostly meat, dairy and fish at a conference that brings together world leaders to tackle the climate crisis. Last month, the government announced that 95% of the food at the 13-day event in Glasgow would come from the UK, with 80% coming from Scotland. The …

The National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration released its annual report to Congress on the state of the US fisheries and its 2019 report on the US fisheries – you could say its annual NOAA newsletter. Over 40 years of managing our country’s fisheries under the Magnuson-Stevens Fisheries Conservation and Management Act has positioned our country, …

By CAPT. DAVE MONTI The National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has released its Annual Report to Congress on the State of the United States Fisheries and its 2019 Report on the United States Fisheries. You could say it’s NOAA’s annual newsletter. Over 40 years of managing our country’s fisheries under the Magnuson-Stevens Fisheries Conservation …

These include certain species that are consumed in large quantities by locals, such as red snapper, trevally and rabbitfish. (Gerard Larose, Seychelles Tourist Office) Photo license (Seychelles News Agency) – The findings of two scientific papers published by the Seychelles Fishing Authority (SFA) will provide the authority with additional information to better manage the fishery …

Charles Anditi, fishmonger at Kadongo market in Kabondo Kasipul presents some of the big catches. [File, Denish Ochieng, Standard] Fish production and aquaculture in Kisumu County are booming again, strengthening the fight against hunger. This despite the gradual decline in fish stocks and catches in previous years. According to a baseline survey conducted on the …

In 2019, the world’s oceans took a dubious step forward. According to two major sources, the National Environmental Information Centers of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the Beijing Institute for Atmospheric Physics, the world’s oceans are warmer than they have been in 65 years of recording . And, according to nonprofit Climate Central …

Professor Denis Aheto (box) addressing participants during the training on fisheries management Fisheries scientist Professor Denis Aheto observed that declining fish stocks in the country’s waters can increase social vices which in turn can lead to insecurity in the country. He said that although the country’s waters are endowed with valuable fish stocks, recent low …