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The World's Oceans Are in Peril

The World's Oceans Are in Peril

Overfishing has dramatically reduced fish stocks, while climate change is warming and acidifying the oceans. The Worldwatch Institute, widely rated as one of the

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Norway exported seafood to a value of NOK billion million) in May. This is an increase of NOK 966 million million), or 25 percent, compared with May last year.

A large number of fish imported from Asia were found to have high levels of Formaldehyde in them according to researchers at a North Carolina chemical engineering firm and North Carolina State University.  - See more at: http://aquaculturedirectory.co.uk/feed-preservative-formaldehyde-found-in-imported-fish/#sthash.ghMYmKia.dpuf

A large number of fish imported from Asia were found to have high levels of Formaldehyde in them according to researchers at a North Carolina chemical engineering firm and North Carolina State University.

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THE STORY: Thousands of Atlantic Herring have been dying along the Fundy shores of Nova Scotia. The characteristics of the mortalities and the widely dispersed areas, suggesting the possibilit…

Photo of net filled with thousands of fish suspended from boom aboard trawler

The marine ecosystem is being harmed daily by illegal fishing practices. These destructive actions are happening specifically in Belize, Cambodia, and Guinea. Sign this petition and end supporting these practices by banning imports from these countries.

Some of Scotland’s most valuable fish stocks, Mackerel and Blue Whiting, appear to be at relatively healthy levels, according to the latest scientific advice published.

Some of Scotland’s most valuable fish stocks, Mackerel and Blue Whiting, appear to be at relatively healthy levels, according to the latest scientific advice published.

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In Peru, Peruvian scallop (Argopecten purpuratus) is one of the most important and feasible species to be grown

Prolonged cold weather has motivated Scottish lobster to move farther out to sea, causing landings to drop by as much as 90 percent off the east coast of Scotland and bringing about a regional shortage. This is what forced wholesale prices sharply up, explained the Scottish Creel Fishermen’s Federation (SCFF), which consists of about 500 members.

Prolonged cold weather has motivated Scottish lobster to move farther out to sea, causing landings to drop by as much as 90 percent off the east coast of Scotland and bringing about a regional shortage. This is what forced wholesale prices sharply up, explained the Scottish Creel Fishermen’s Federation (SCFF), which consists of about 500 members.

Pier Antonio Salvador is confirmed as the Offshore Mariculture Conference 2014 welcome address speaker for the 5th Offshore Mariculture Conference. - See more at: http://aquaculturedirectory.co.uk/president-associazione-piscicoltori-italiani-api-confirmed-welcome-address-speaker-5th-offshore-mariculture-conference/#sthash.7L0eYZMs.dpuf

The key theme emerging from the 2014 Offshore Mariculture Conference confirmed that aquaculture is still the future.

The National Association of Manufacturers of Canned Fish and Shellfish (Anfaco-Cecopesca) is one of the Galician technological centres that will receive financial support through the Feder-Innterconecta Galicia Programme. - See more at: http://aquaculturedirectory.co.uk/anfaco-receives-financial-support-for-new-rd-projects/#sthash.oLnA4TYO.dpuf

The National Association of Manufacturers of Canned Fish and Shellfish (Anfaco-Cecopesca) is one of the Galician technological centres that will receive financial support through the Feder-Innterconecta Galicia Programme. - See more at: http://aquaculturedirectory.co.uk/anfaco-receives-financial-support-for-new-rd-projects/#sthash.oLnA4TYO.dpuf

Researchers from the National Fisheries Institute (Inapesca) and from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) are working on the development of feed technology for farming silverside larvae in culture. - See more at: http://aquaculturedirectory.co.uk/silverside-feed-technology-developed/#sthash.G6cswF7D.dpuf

Researchers from the National Fisheries Institute (Inapesca) and from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) are working on the development of feed technology for farming silverside larvae in culture. - See more at: http://aquaculturedirectory.co.uk/silverside-feed-technology-developed/#sthash.G6cswF7D.dpuf

Today’s fisheries sector hosts a multibillion-dollar industry that is a vital source of food, employment, trade, economic wellbeing and recreation.  What is blue growth?  - See more at: http://aquaculturedirectory.co.uk/blue-growth-unlocking-potential-seas-oceans/#sthash.AXeFE7Dm.dpuf

Blue growth – unlocking the potential of seas and oceans

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UK seafood importers have slammed the European Union’s decision to slap a ban on Sri Lanka’s fish imports, which will go into effect from January

The Florida Cabinet voted unanimously this morning to allow the Lovel family of Wakulla County to begin using floating cages to grow their farm-raised oysters in Alligator Harbor. - See more at: http://aquaculturedirectory.co.uk/united-states-cabinet-approves-new-oyster-farming-approach/#sthash.IZjqeVL4.dpuf

The Florida Cabinet voted unanimously this morning to allow the Lovel family of Wakulla County to begin using floating cages to grow their farm-raised oysters in Alligator Harbor. - See more at: http://aquaculturedirectory.co.uk/united-states-cabinet-approves-new-oyster-farming-approach/#sthash.IZjqeVL4.dpuf

Invasive lionfish likely safe to eat after all - http://scienceblog.com/73693/invasive-lionfish-likely-safe-eat/

Scientists have learned that recent fears of invasive lionfish causing fish poisoning may be unfounded

The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) has announced that the Ría de Arosa Galician Cooperative Society has been awarded MSC certification for its artisanal clam and cockle fisheries. The sustainability certificate has been awarded to the cooperative’s grooved carpet shell clam (Venerupis decussata), pullet carpet shell clam (Venerupis corrugata), Manila clam (Venerupis philippinarum) and cockle (Cerastoderma edule) fisheries.

The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) has announced that the Ría de Arosa Galician Cooperative Society has been awarded MSC certification for its artisanal clam and cockle fisheries. The sustainability certificate has been awarded to the cooperative’s grooved carpet shell clam (Venerupis decussata), pullet carpet shell clam (Venerupis corrugata), Manila clam (Venerupis philippinarum) and cockle (Cerastoderma edule) fisheries.

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