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Soon(ish) we’ll have 3D scans of every fish species in the world

Written by on July 27, 2016 in Fish, Marine Life
Soon(ish) we’ll have 3D scans of every fish species in the world

There are about 25,000 species of fish in the world. One professor is planning on creating 3-D images of each one.

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Follow Your Fish Step 4: Back to the US

Written by on July 18, 2016 in Fish, Other News
Follow Your Fish Step 4: Back to the US

After exporting almost all of its market squid, the United States then imports a small portion of that very same squid from China.

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Introducing the Market Squid Fishery

Written by on June 13, 2016 in Fish, Other News
Introducing the Market Squid Fishery

Did you know that the market squid fishery has frequently been one of the most valuable fisheries in the United States?

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59 species disappeared in Philippines since 1950s

Written by on June 8, 2016 in Fish, Marine Life
59 species disappeared in Philippines since 1950s

59 species of finfish have disappeared from fishermen’s catches in some of the world’s most species rich and vulnerable regions over the last 65 years.

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Biodiversity helps fish survive climate change

Written by on May 19, 2016 in Fish, Other News
Biodiversity helps fish survive climate change

New research shows that biodiversity protects fish from the effects of climate change.

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Using “fishing rights” to have our fish and eat them, too

Written by on April 25, 2016 in Fish, Policy & Ocean Law
Using “fishing rights” to have our fish and eat them, too

Research shows that a different approach to fishery management could double global fish populations by 2050.

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Parrotfish help keep corals healthy

Written by on April 22, 2016 in Coral Reefs, Fish, Policy & Ocean Law
Parrotfish help keep corals healthy

A new study from the University of Queensland (UQ) shows that stricter fisheries regulations are necessary for the survival of Caribbean corals.

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Boston: Tracing New England

Written by on April 20, 2016 in Fish, Other News
Boston: Tracing New England

Traceability not only allows patrons to have faith that the labels are correct, but also presents the information necessary to choose more sustainable goods.

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Here’s how to eat salmon that’s good for you AND the ocean

Written by on April 15, 2016 in Fish, Other News
Here’s how to eat salmon that’s good for you AND the ocean

“When you choose to buy wild Alaska salmon or sustainably farmed salmon, you become a sustainable salmon rock star, helping to save the oceans and leave the planet a healthier place.”

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Humans aren’t the only ones who bond over food

Written by on April 6, 2016 in Fish, Marine Life
Humans aren’t the only ones who bond over food

Some fish prefer to swim with other fish that eat the same food, rather than swim with other members of their own species.

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