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    1. Introduction The most recent research lines are based on understanding wild paralarvae behaviour and prey preferences, refining paralarval nutrition and rearing conditions for O. vulgaris welfare (Iglesias and Fuentes et al., 2014). In the culture of cephalopods, the paralarval life stage is a critical period, especially for octopuses. During this period, the paralarvae must initiate the consumption of a suitable diet to grow, requiring stable conditions for proper development (Iglesias &…

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    stricter laws and regulation for fishing is for issues including the Cod Moratorium of the Atlantic Northwest where some rare and expensive fish were on the brink of extinction in the waters of Newfoundland and Labrador. John Crosbie, the minister of fisheries imposed a Moratorium in 1992 to protect the Northern cod population. Fishing regulations are also enacted to protect more than the commercial stocks of marine life on the water. Other organisms that are under pressure due to fishing…

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    Effect of salinity on ovarian development in sub-adults of Indian spiny lobster, Panulirus homarus (Linnaeus) * K. Vidya, Shoji Joseph and P. B. Ajithkumar Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute, Cochin-18, Kerala, India. Telephone : 0091-0484- 2394867/2394357 Fax : 0091-0484-2394909/2396685 E-mail: vidyakuttikrishnan@gmail.com Abstract The study…

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    The crown of thorns starfish (Acanthaster planci) , a large multiple-armed starfish that prays on hard coral polyps, can be found in and throughout the Indian and Pacific Oceans. Some predators of these species are Giant Triton snail, the stars and stripes pufferfish, titan triggerfish and the humphead maori wrasse. 2.2 What causes COTS outbreaks: The cause of Cots outbreaks are not 100% certain but one of the most widely accepted hypothesis is that the outbreaks of COTS are caused and…

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    2010; Tafida and Galtima, 2016), report have shown that fish wastage in Nigeria is more than 40% of the total fish catch in the remote riverine areas of the country. Post-harvest losses are a serious issue that needs to be reduced in the artisanal fisheries sector in other to increase fish production. These losses have an adverse impact on fishing communities whose status and income often depend on post-harvest activities (FAO, 1994; Emere & Dibal, 2013). Such losses also have a detrimental…

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    Norland Case Study

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    Kingdom, have vast business, the production of oil and gas throughout the waters globally. Great fishing locations is plentiful throughout Iceland, there is a down side as well. For centuries commercial fisheries have dominated the marine region of North Atlantic waters to the point where “fisheries have exploited the…

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    Marine Overfishing

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    than species can reproduce. Due to the high demand of fish, many coastal fisheries are depleting and “is leading to widespread degradation of the oceans” (Mann 204). Mann explains that maybe in the past, fisheries were once known to be limitless, it is not anymore due to the increase of greediness from man. And because of this high demand, “humanity is subjecting it to is being eroded, collapsed fishery after collapsed fishery, species by species, place by place” (Roberts 224). The author…

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    The purpose of this ministerial briefing is to address the current environmental issues that lay that as a result of commercial fisheries using long-line fishing techniques and to provide information so that a policy can be developed to alter the methods used to minimize the effect on the non-targeted species in Australian waters. Issue: Long-line fishing is a technique that is exceptionally non-selective. There are high amounts of by-catch being caught and these high numbers are avoidable.…

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    Sea Turtle Essay

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    There is a greater number of loggerhead sea turtles in the waters of the United States than any other species of sea turtle. As mentioned by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (1978), the National Marine Fisheries Service determined that the loggerhead sea turtle is made up of nine Distinct Population Segments (DPSs) and filed four DPSs as threatened and five DPSs as endangered under the United States Endangered Species Act (ESA) of 1973. The United States…

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    of us, because, without them, the oceans could be in trouble In recent decades, the expanding global market for Shark fins and for protein, in general, has resulted in a growing demand for Sharks, in both the U.S. and abroad. The number of Shark fisheries has exploded, and there are signs that some Shark populations have declined dramatically. According to one estimate, by researchers at Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia, 100 million Sharks are now killed annually, on average, but that number…

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