Fisheries

The impact of El Niño on fisheries and aquaculture depends on what type of ENSO event occurs, according to this report. Unfortunately, current forecast models have little ability to predict which (ENSO) type will occur.

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A new and easy-to-handle technology allows for genomic sequencing of fish diseases in fish farms. Scientists headed by the international research centre WorldFish have developed this novel technique which enables tracing…

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Vietnamese and German scientists and businesses as well as representatives of Deutsche Gesellschaft für internationale Zusammenarbeit (giz) kicked off a new innovative project 'Solar-Aquaculture Habitats as…

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A new report estimates that the ocean could provide six times more food than it does today – including more than two-thirds of the protein needed to feed the future world population – provided it is sustainably managed.

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Artisanal fishery provides sustenance and livelihoods for millions of people in Africa. However, pressure is building up on fish stocks and the sea as an ecosystem. In the context of its Innovation Dialogue on the Future…

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Fishermen in India.
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A recent study by an international research team and WorldFish reveals the potential of marine fisheries to help tackle nutrient deficiencies suffered by millions in coastal areas. The study also shows that children in…

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A new report shows the great potential of genetic improvements in aquaculture. According to the authors, this could significantly boost sustainable food supply for future generations.

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The “VicinAqua” project, supported by the European Union, aims to develop an efficient, flexible and robust system for wastewater treatment and reuse in aquaculture.

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Global warming could cause pacific islands to lose up to 80 per cent of fisheries. <br/> Photo: flickr/Ryan McMinds
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Pacific island countries could lose up to 80 per cent of fisheries, a recent study has found. Countries in the Pacific heavily depend on fish as an important source of food and income.

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The Global Programme for sustainable fisheries and aquaculture is part of the German government’s special initiative ‘One World – No Hunger’ (SEWOH). The programme supports local people in African countries in getting…

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