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Impact of oil spill on environment/ fishing

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Various of Spanish Navy cadets clearing up beaches contaminated by oil slick 2. Set up shot for soundbite 3. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Varisto Lareo, fishing.

WSC2015: How is the EU Working to Tackle Illegal Fishing?

IUU fishing affects trade, the environment and socio-economic conditions, said Stelios Mitolidis, deputy head of the IUU Unit at the Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, speaking at the 2015 World Seafood Congress in Grimsby, UK.


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Improving the Collection, Management, and Use of Marine Fisheries Data

Congress has promoted fisheries science for over a century and its involvement in fisheries management took a great leap forward with passage of the Fisheries Conservation and Management Act of 1976. In the past decade, Congress has requested advice from the National Research Council (NRC) on both national issues (e.g., individual fishing quotas and community development quotas) and the assessments related to specific fisheries (Northeast groundfish). This report was produced, in part, in response to another congressional request, this time related to the assessments of the summer flounder stocks along the East Coast of the United States. Following the initial request, the NRC, National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), and congressional staff agreed to broaden the study into a more...

Responsible Fisheries in the Marine Ecosystem

This book addresses ecological and environmental issues associated with responsible and sustainable marine fisheries. It includes 22 chapters and has been developed from the Conference on Responsible Fisheries in the Marine Ecosystem held in Iceland in October 2001. Contents include: a global overview of marine capture fisheries; legal protection for marine ecosystems; dynamics of marine ecosystems; the role of man in marine ecosystems; and incorporating ecosystem considerations in fisheries management. The book has a subject index.

MAP News Issue 372, Sept 5, 2015

PHULBARI UPDATE Govt says ‘no’ to open-pit mine in Bangladesh. Bangladesh - The state minister for power, energy and mineral resources, Nasrul Hamid, on Sunday said that the government was not interested to extract coal from the deposits in the north Bengal region using open-pit method. ‘We have decided not to extract coal right now… We must consider high density of population and the agro-based economy of the mining area,’ he said while addressing as the chief guest a seminar on ‘Energy Challenges to Vision 2030. ’ The... Instead, the government is planning to use imported coal to run large power plants to be installed with a combined generation capacity of about 20,000 MW by 2030, he said. Nasrul’s remark came three days ahead of August 26, the 9th anniversary of the killing of protesters who had opposed in 2006 a move for open pit mining by London-based Asia Energy company at Phulbari of Dinajpur. The then Bangladesh Rifles men had opened fire on a peaceful rally and killed at least three people. EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is pertinent because these same dams upriver are killing the mangroves in the Delta as well. Dams 'destroying Mekong fish stock'. THAILAND - Fishermen in delta and Northeast Thailand say dams in China and Laos have hit breeding and yields, forcing many to quit. River fishermen have already suffered dramatically from dams and irrigation works, which have decimated fish stocks and undermined livelihoods that supported families for generations. Nguyen Anh Duy, a 33-year-old, third-generation fisherman from the Mekong Delta in Vietnam, is one of the millions of rural people who rely on the fertility of the river to make a living. However, his occupation as a fisherman who depends on wild-caught fish from the river will be lost in a few years. "I am a fisherman who has caught fish in the water around here for all my life. "The fish have been gradually disappearing over the years. In the dry season, most fish are small and hard to catch. But the fish price has gone up every year too," he said. Effects of different management regimes on mangrove ecosystem services. INDONESIA - A new report, published by Wageningen University and Wetlands International, seeks to fill a significant gap in mangrove ecosystem service estimates. While several studies have sought to measure and value the ecosystem services provided by mangrove ecosystems in general, this new piece of research has for the first time conducted separate evaluations for zones that are characterised by distinct... The Mangrove Action Project has had a busy summer continuing to introduce its Marvellous Mangroves curriculum in China, India and Bangladesh. During a 3-day workshop in Bangladesh, teachers and students visited the Sundarbans mangrove forest, the largest mangrove forest in the world, to study different species while learning about mangrove conservation. 2016 Mangrove & Macrobenthos Meeting (MMM4) announced. USA - The Mangrove & Macrobenthos Meeting (MMM4), will be hosted in the USA along the Atlantic Coast of Florida, July 18-22, 2016. The conference will be held at Flagler College, in historic downtown St. Augustine. This location along the Atlantic Coast of Florida represents the transition between temperate and tropical zones where the pressures of climate change are especially visible. As a result of decreasingly cold winters and sea level rise, the distribution of mangroves is expanding northward and landward along this part of the Florida peninsula into coastal wetlands that have historically been dominated by saltmarsh plants. This location, which currently contains the northernmost Atlantic exemplars of all three mangrove species found in North America, provides numerous opportunities for conference attendees to witness the consequences of climate change at this...

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  1. IUU fishing affects trade, the environment and socio-economic conditions, said Stelios Mitolidis, deputy head of the IUU Unit at the Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, speaking at the 2015 World Seafood Congress in Grimsby, UK.
  2. One of those fishing access sites is at Wolf Creek Bridge on the Missouri, and Sihler, Hollow and Chris Strainer, owner of Crosscurrents in Helena and Craig, met to discuss the role of LWCF in spurring the recreational economy. “That's been our bread
  3. "It can also tolerate high CO2 conditions as well — levels that we're expecting to occur in our oceans by the end of the century and these sharks are neither physiologically nor behaviourally affected by those levels." Dr Rummer has investigated

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Seen at the 2009 Trash To Treasure IX show : "Waste Stream" Wall Hanging by Mary Anne Enriquez 2009 Wherever there are humans, there is unwanted debris found in urban, industrial, suburban, agricultural, and "pristine" wilderness regions. Fishermen might leave behind lead sinkers, nylon fishing line, food and drink cans in "natural areas." Unresponsible campers, tourists, highway litterers, the homeless, just plain people like you and me, children...its impossible not to create waste that can wind up in public places. Mankind's waste leaches chemicals into the soil - ultimately into rivers, lakes, and oceans --affecting us all. I spent 1 year saving "trash" in and around my own daily life. Mostly the trash is my own, but a little bit is from the street, waste receptacles, or on the sidewalk. I then encased this colorful often recognizable detritus and created fish. Fish are an indicator species of how unhealthy our water and...
Waste Stream 13
"Waste Stream" Wall Hanging by Mary Anne Enriquez 2009 Wherever there are humans, there is unwanted debris found in urban, industrial, suburban, agricultural, and "pristine" wilderness regions. Fishermen might leave behind lead sinkers, nylon fishing line, food and drink cans in "natural areas." Unresponsible campers, tourists, highway litterers, the homeless, just plain people like you and me, children...its impossible not to create waste that can wind up in public places. Mankind's waste leaches chemicals into the soil - ultimately into rivers, lakes, and oceans --affecting us all. I spent 1 year saving "trash" in and around my own daily life. Mostly the trash is my own, but a little bit is from the street, waste receptacles, or on the sidewalk. I then encased this colorful often recognizable detritus and created fish. Fish are an indicator species of how unhealthy our water and environment is. Water is a carrier of waste from long...
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