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Science, Markets and Power: Adolf Severin Jensen in the Debate over Greenland's Fisheries Development during the Early Twentieth Century. Priebe, Janina Essay Aug 1, 2018 12152
Tracking Commercial Fishing Worldwide. Apr 1, 2018 438
Mending Our Ways? Zomer, Alisa Mar 1, 2018 662
Multi-step-ahead forecasting model for monthly anchovy catches based on wavelet analysis. Rodriguez, Nibaldo; Cubillos, Claudio; Rubio, Jose-Miguel Report Jan 1, 2014 4224
COMMON FISHERIES POLICY REFORM : MEPS RESPOND CAUTIOUSLY TO COUNCIL'S NEW POSITION. May 17, 2013 655
Dear EarthTalk: I understand that many of the world's fisheries are on the brink of collapse, "fished out," to put it bluntly. Feb 17, 2013 514
Depleting fish resources and malnutrition. Brief article Jan 27, 2013 305
IT sends 'One Pound Fish Man' into limelight. Brief article Jan 6, 2013 226
FISHERIES COUNCIL : BALTIC TACS ADOPTED WITH EASE. Oct 23, 2012 446
Reproductive cycles in Atlantic and Mediterranean populations of Venus nux Gmelin, 1791 (Bivalvia: Veneridae), from Southern Spain. Tirado, Cristina; Rueda, Jose Luis; Salas, Carmen Report Dec 1, 2011 6291
Fish & tradition: on the Pacific island of Pohnpei, a new approach to old customs may help revive the island's fisheries. Furlich, Danielle Jul 1, 2011 2521
Change in marketing fish delayed by a year. Read, Darla Jun 1, 2011 683
The most remote fishery on earth: over-fishing worldwide has driven fishers to the unique Ross Sea in Antarctica in pursuit of toothfish, a fish previously only deemed worthy by a handful of polar scientists, writes marine scientist Cassandra Brooks. Should we be fishing in Antarctica which is designated a place of peace, to be protected from exploitation? Brooks, Cassandra Jan 1, 2011 1396
The end of the of the line: industrial fishing in the Mediterranean is decimating the bluefin tuna population. But there is also a human cost to the rapacious practice. Victor Paul Borg joins the small-scale Maltese fishermen in the central Mediterranean to investigate. Borg, Victor Paul Dec 1, 2010 1905
An 'undefined' future for the Gulf: 'we know it's something big. It's still out there. It's coming our way. It's going to do damage, but we don't know how bad it's going to be or what effects it's going to have'. Coday, Dennis Jun 25, 2010 1220
Size-composition of Annual Landings in the White Shrimp, Litopenaeus setiferus, Fishery of the Northern Gulf of Mexico, 1960-2006: Its Trend and Relationships with Other Fishery-dependent Variables. Nance, James M.; Caillouet, Charles W., Jr.; Hart, Rick A. Mar 22, 2010 10669
Temporal and spatial distribution of finfish bycatch in the U.S. Atlantic bottom longline shark fishery. Morgan, Alexia; Carlson, John; Ford, Travis; Siceloff, Laughling; Hale, Loraine; Allen, Mike S.; Bur Mar 22, 2010 4388
Restoring the battered commons: the degradation of coasts and oceans continues, but faint hopes for improvement are stirring. Stone, Roger D. Viewpoint essay Dec 1, 2008 422
FISHERIES : COMMISSION PROPOSES MULTIANNUAL PLAN FOR HERRING. May 7, 2008 426
With US economic uncertainty for 2008, are hard times ahead for shrimp market? New strategies are needed to deal with weak dollar as well as possible downturn or recession in the United States, one of the world's leading destinations for imported shrimp and other high-value frozen seafood and fishery products. Wayland, Ernie Jan 1, 2008 3020
Eco Tipping Points: how a vicious cycle can become virtuous. Suutari, Amanda; Marten, Gerald Jun 22, 2007 3096
Restoring salmon nation: demolishing dams on the Klamath River. Pena, Laurel Jun 22, 2007 1841
Re-estimation of small-scale fishery catches for U.S. flag-associated island areas in the western Pacific: the last 50 years. Zeller, Dirk; Booth, Shawn; Davis, Gerald; Pauly, Daniel Apr 1, 2007 7873
Consigned to a watery grave. Sebe, Berny Apr 1, 2007 1096
Exposing environmental myths about the Great Barrier Reef. Starck, Walter Dec 22, 2006 5154
FISHERIES : COMMISSION ADOPTS PROPOSALS FOR 2007 TACS AND QUOTAS. Dec 6, 2006 669
Climate change may destroy coastal fishing. Wagner, Cynthia G. Sep 1, 2006 340
FISHERIES : SHARED PROBLEMS FOR FISHERMEN IN NEW HOLISTIC' APPROACH. Jun 9, 2006 444
Fisheries dumping almost 25% of catch. Jun 1, 2006 365
Government jobs still bleeding out of city. Ross, Ian Apr 1, 2006 793
Cooperation nets the benefits of bycatch reduction. Davidson, Steve Oct 1, 2005 693
EUROPEAN FISHERIES SECTOR THROTTLED BY DIESEL PRICES. Brief Article Jul 20, 2005 275
FISHERIES: 17% FALL IN EU-25 CATCHES BETWEEN 1995 AND 2002. Brief Article Jan 12, 2005 302
Development: a fortune in catfish. Brief Article Jan 1, 2005 255
FISHERIES: COMMISSION TO PROPOSE SHARP CUTS IN TACS AND QUOTAS FOR 2005. Dec 8, 2004 498
Norway allowed to fish tuna for the first time in 20 years - report. Brief Article Nov 25, 2004 148
Fish prices are jumping. Brief Article Nov 1, 2004 106
Suppliers of plaice products from Holland aim at higher end of major Italian market. Oct 1, 2004 344
A sudden collapse in distribution of Pacific sardine (Sardinops sagax) off southwestern Australia enables an objective re-assessment of biomass estimates. Gaughan, Daniel J.; Leary, Timothy I.; Mitchell, Ronald W.; Wright, Ian W. Oct 1, 2004 8467
Survival rates for rays discarded by the bottom trawl squid fishery off the Falkland Islands. Laptikhovsky, Vladimir V. Oct 1, 2004 2272
Jobs created, others axed at Young's. Mar 1, 2004 439
Africa: fisherman to the world. Brief Article Dec 1, 2003 97
New Zealand fish company expands in UK: Vince McDonagh reports on the latest developments in the European fish industry. McDonagh, Vince Sep 1, 2003 1067
Expansion time for food town four: as the 'food capital' of Britain, Grimsby has provided a home to some of the most famous names in frozen and chilled food production. Vince McDonagh reports on four food manufacturers based in the town whose fortunes are on the up. Mcdonagh, Vince Company Profile Jul 1, 2003 1602
The Marine life fishery in Florida, 1990-98. Larkin, Sherry L.; Adams, Charles M. Jan 1, 2003 9465
Elasmobranch landings for the Portuguese commercial fishery from 1986 to 2001. Correia, Joao P.S.; Smith, Mark F.L. Jan 1, 2003 4798
Solid turnaround seen for Russian fishery a decade following the fall of communism. (Focus on Russia). Jan 1, 2003 723
Managing marine capture fisheries with incentive based price instruments. Sanchirico, James N. Jan 1, 2003 8412
Farmed fish. (From the Publisher). McCorkle, Vern Brief Article Apr 1, 2002 252
FISHERIES: COMMISSION CALLS FOR DRASTIC MEASURES TO RESCUE DEPLETED COD AND HAKE STOCKS. Brief Article Jun 13, 2001 359
The Future of the Alaska Seafood Industry. KNAPP, GUNNAR Statistical Data Included Nov 1, 2000 1896
Expert at Salmon Summit Forecasts Farmed Output of 1.3 Million Tons. Statistical Data Included Jan 1, 2000 1346
International shrimp marketing trends and forecast for 1994 and well beyond. Branstetter, Henry R. Industry Overview Jan 1, 1994 2250
Salmon industry's changing currents. Barry, Doug Industry Overview Apr 1, 1992 2827
ASMI assesses salmon industry's downturn. Industry Overview Mar 1, 1992 947
Slaying of recession dragon required to pick up sluggish shrimp market? Saulnier, John M. Apr 1, 1991 1706
It's farmed fish or too few fish to meet the 21st century's demands. Apr 1, 1991 740
Don't despair, shrimp future is bright as long as retail mass-marketing grows. Branstetter, Henry Jan 1, 1990 1802
Asian farmed shrimp output could triple to 750,000 tons in decade, predicts Dr. Liao. Jan 1, 1990 415
Aquaculture equipment supplier Lippert tells of amazing shrimp tales production. Jan 1, 1990 1050

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