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2015/07/03 15:15
2015/07/03 15:15
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The Commonwealth’s plan to restore the tern habitat of Bird Island in Marion was given the green light by the Marion Conservation Commission on June 24. Bird Island, a two-acre island just south of...
2015/07/03 15:15
2015/07/03 15:15
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2015/07/03 11:08
2015/07/03 11:08
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The Killifish Buzaqq Conservation Project, aimed to raise awareness and educate the public about the importance of preserving the species, was launched this morning by Nature Trust (NTM) and the Malta...
2015/07/03 09:27
2015/07/03 09:27
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Western Australian marine park restrictions a blow to shrinking commercial industry: Dunsborough fisherman Commercial fishers in Western Australia's south west could soon be banned from certain areas...
2015/07/02 20:29
2015/07/02 20:29
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Low salmon escapement levels and high river temperatures have led to a complete fishing closure in the Somass River. The Department of Fisheries and Oceans issued the statement on June 25 and the...
2015/07/02 17:24
2015/07/02 17:24
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Due to extremely low water levels caused by the record-breaking dry weather conditions this spring and summer, and the absence of any significant snowpack over the winter, the Comox Valley Regional...
2015/07/02 12:39
2015/07/02 12:39
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Murdoch University Centre for Fish and Fisheries Research (CFFR) and the Department of Fisheries scientists investigated the species' life cycle in what was the first study of a terapontid species to...
2015/07/02 12:31
2015/07/02 12:31
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Makurdi — Professor of Aquatic Pollution, Gabriel Okayi of the Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture in the Federal University of Agriculture, Makurdi (UAM) in Benue State shares in this interview...
2015/07/01 23:15
2015/07/01 23:15
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Workers rush to load fish Wednesday at the Mae Klong fish market, Samut Songkhram just before new rules kicked in against unregistered, illegal vessels and fishing equipment. Thousands of illegal...
2015/07/01 00:20
2015/07/01 00:20
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Zooplankton in the ocean are eating microscopic plastic particles and passing those contaminants up the food chain to salmon, whales and other species at an "alarming" rate. That's the conclusion of...
2015/06/30 20:48
2015/06/30 20:48
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Rescuers Save Humpback Whale Trapped in Ropes Off British Columbia Coast A teenage humpback whale got into a mess of trouble on Sunday when he got stuck in an entanglement of 50 prawn traps and ropes...
2015/06/30 16:31
2015/06/30 16:31
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By MARILYN ASSAF VIU Communications Special to The NEWS The unveiling of a 10-metre long grey whale skeleton at Vancouver Island University's (VIU) Deep Bay Marine Field Station was an emotional...
2015/06/30 12:58
2015/06/30 12:58
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THE Curse of the Black Pearl continues to dog the multi­billion-dollar Pirates of the ­Caribbean franchise after one of its star monkeys attacked a woman on a nearby set. The fifth instalment in the...
2015/06/29 21:40
2015/06/29 21:40
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The toxic algae bloom that stretches along the West Coast from Santa Barbara in California to Cape Scott on northern Vancouver Island is so massive and so potentially destructive it seems like an...
2015/06/29 11:27
2015/06/29 11:27
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Western Australia's Supreme Court overturns a jail term imposed on a 43-year-old man who was caught by police with an unlicensed gun. A 2.5 metre shark has been sighted off Watermans Bay. The...
2015/06/28 13:01
2015/06/28 13:01
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Brace yourselves. It looks like it’s going to be another hot, dry summer in the Okanagan. The forecast for the next few days calls for temperatures approaching 40 in Kelowna, and this pattern of...
2015/06/27 05:05
2015/06/27 05:05
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Unusually big waves and good weather have provided exciting surfing conditions in the South-West. Photo: surfingmargaretriver.com A professional surfer has been injured in the water off Cowaramup...
2015/06/26 15:49
2015/06/26 15:49
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... don't live on Ramsey Lake, but I drink the water." That's true for 60,000 of us, but it was Pat Rogerson who said it at Monday's planning committee meeting. She was one of many that expressed...
2015/06/26 11:39
2015/06/26 11:39
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Despite rapid growth in the sector and the high potential of tilapia fish farming in Malaysia, poor development of the fish, high mortality, and losses due to disease and low economic return are...
2015/06/25 00:27
2015/06/25 00:27
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Shark News Woman knocked off her surfboard at Ocean Beach, Western Australia Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 24 June, 2015 - Denmark, Western Australia - The AAP reports today that "A woman knocked...
2015/06/24 21:13
2015/06/24 21:13
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Let's say you've been given $30 million in public money to spend on improving St. Catharines. What do you do? Construct a giant golden statue of an accordion to honour polka king Walter...
2015/07/03 15:15
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