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Senior Pacific officials commit to promoting small-scale fisheries in national policies

Small-scale fisheries Oceans Pacific Policy SSF Guidelines Resilient small-scale fisheries Solomon Islands Senior government officials from Solomon Islands and Kiribati were inspired by their participation in the 3rd World Small-Scale Fisheries Congress ...

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Catch assessment of Sardinella maderensis in the Ocean Division, Cameroon

Catch assessment estimates for the motorized and non-motorized canoes at Boa-Manga (Cameroon) were found to be 5.13 and 2.70 t/year, respectively, leading to an estimated lower limit for the production of the Ocean division (100 km coastline) of 1190 t ...

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Mariculture development and livelihood diversification in the Philippines

This paper aims to evaluate mariculture as sustainable livelihood diversification option for coastal fishers in the Philippines and guide policy development in this direction. Mariculture in the Philippines refers to the culture of finfishes, shellfish, ...

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The new NOAA Ocean Service Centers: improving access to ocean data

A history account of the establishment of the NOAA is given in this article. Oceans Surveys North America United States Abram, R.J. 3 325 Download Wednesday, October 17, 2012 Sunday, January 1, 1984 North America United States ICLARM Newsletter 7 (2): 19 ...

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Overfishing and the replacement of demersal finfish by shellfish: An example from the english channel

The worldwide depletion of major fish stocks through intensive industrial fishing is thought to have profoundly altered the trophic structure of marine ecosystems. Here we assess changes in the trophic structure of the English Channel marine ecosystem ...

Type: Publication

ICOD: training and scholarships for integrated ocean development.

The International Centre for Ocean Development (ICOD) was established as a crown corporation of Canada in February 1985, with a mandate to initiate, encourage and support cooperation between Canada and developing countries in the field of ocean resource ...

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Is it deforestation or desertification when we do it to the ocean?

Anecdotal evidence from 60 marine species suggests a pattern of resource exhaustion rather than sustainable use. There is a reason to believe that biomass in the Atlantic Western Boundary Current Fishery-Grand Banks, Newfoundland, North Atlantic, ...

Type: Publication

Length-weight relationship of some marine fish species in Reunion Island, Indian Ocean.

The length-weight relationship of 29 marine fish species form Reunion Island (SW Indian Ocean) belonging to 14 families were computed. Data from 5,340 individuals were used for this purpose. Fish were sampled using different techniques, mainly with ...

Type: Publication

Ocean sciences in relation to living resources

A major new international research program of importance to fisheries is likely to be adopted later this year. Ocean Sciences in Relation to Living Resources, sponsored by FAO and IOC, a proposal concerning the relationship between ocean variability and ...

Type: Publication

Outlook for fish to 2020: a win-win-win for oceans, fisheries and the poor?

The world has observed an unprecedented rise in production, consumption and trade of fish during last three decades. Developing countries as a whole supply nearly 75% of the fish, and represent 50% of the value of global fish trade. At a time when ...

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