Latest Fisheries management Stories
As meteorological science advances, we have all become used to long-term weather forecasts, such as predicting what the coming winter might bring. One group of scientists, however, has developed the first long-term forecast of conditions that matter for Pacific Northwest fisheries.
Scientists from the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences at Stony Brook University advise that loss of genetic diversity presents survival risks for historically common marine fish and should be considered in fisheries management
Fishers near marine protected areas end up traveling farther to catch fish but maintain their social and economic well-being.
Current and recent studies demonstrate the need for "a more precautionary approach to fisheries management, in which fishing is restricted to those places and amounts where it can be conducted safely and with minimal risk of jeopardizing the integrity of marine ecosystems."
A new study by the Wildlife Conservation Society and James Cook University says that coral reefs in Aceh, Indonesia are benefiting from a decidedly low-tech, traditional management system that dates back to the 17th century.
Thanks to studies of a fish that gives birth to live young and is not fished commercially, scientists at UC Santa Barbara have discovered that food availability is a critical limiting factor in the health of fish populations.
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