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2014/04/23 21:55
2014/04/23 21:55
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Commercial herring roe fishermen are asking the federal government to compensate their losses after a decision to reopen fisheries was capsized by First Nations' opposition. Fishermen say their...
2014/04/23 21:55
2014/04/23 21:55
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2014/04/23 19:30
2014/04/23 19:30
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Through a program called MARKETS II, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) gives farmers in Nigeria who live on less than $1.25 a day the tools they need to improve their harvests and...
2014/04/23 15:51
2014/04/23 15:51
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... —A pair of researchers in the Department of Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures at Auburn University in Alabama has found that one type of fish responds to environmental noise by increasing...
2014/04/23 15:04
2014/04/23 15:04
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Imphal hosts aquarium exhibition-cum-flower show Imphal (Manipur), Apr.22 : A week-long state level aquarium exhibition-cum-flower show was recently organized by the Manipur Science and Technology...
2014/04/22 21:33
2014/04/22 21:33
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Environmental groups are denouncing the federal government's decision to downgrade endangered species protection for North Pacific humpback whales. The whales will now be listed as a "species of...
2014/04/22 12:39
2014/04/22 12:39
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Fisheries officers are attempting to eradicate introduced fish from some Perth waterways following research that suggests less than five per cent contain only native species. Initial results from a...
2014/04/18 21:19
2014/04/18 21:19
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Australian Department of Fisheries A beach off the coast of Western Australia is experiencing what appears to be the movie Jaws come to life, in that a big ass shark has been lurking near the beach...
2014/04/18 16:15
2014/04/18 16:15
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A Great White Shark swims past a diving cage off Gansbaai about 200 kilometres east of Cape Town. Australian "Joan of Shark," a huge 16-foot great white, was spotted swimming close to beaches,...
2014/04/17 10:34
2014/04/17 10:34
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DA leader Helen Zille speaks at a rally in Hout Bay on Thursday morning. Picture: Armand Hough Cape Town - DA leader Helen Zille says she will declare an inter-governmental dispute with the national...
2014/04/17 04:19
2014/04/17 04:19
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Canada quietly made history last November when officials at Environment Canada gave the go-ahead on production of the world's first genetically modified food fish: the AquAdvantage® salmon. Created...
2014/04/16 16:23
2014/04/16 16:23
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On Friday four school classes participated in the Earth Challenge held at Thompson Rivers University in Williams Lake. Displays were hosted by Department of Fisheries and Oceans, science professors...
2014/04/16 15:09
2014/04/16 15:09
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Sea urchins from the bed of the Atlantic Ocean are served in Japan on another bed, one of rice. The roe inside their spiky scalps is a delicacy, which meets the tongue with a sweet tang and wiggles...
2014/04/16 12:17
2014/04/16 12:17
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MAKE no mistake, Jaws is out there. And we have a picture to prove it. This photo shows the size of a great white shark tagged twice by Fisheries Department officers last month. The female has been...
2014/04/15 17:22
2014/04/15 17:22
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Don't go in the water! Great White that's so big it's dubbed JOAN OF SHARK is spotted near popular beach Female measuring more than 16ft long was tagged in Albany last month She was believed to be...
2014/04/13 12:39
2014/04/13 12:39
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An immediate effort to cut carbon emissions and avoid the most severe impacts of global warming would slow the world’s economy by 0.06 per cent per year through to the end of the century says the UN...
2014/04/12 09:55
2014/04/12 09:55
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A tense conflict between commercial fishermen and central coast First Nations near a northern British Columbian herring roe fishery has concluded peacefully. But while a crisis was averted this year,...
2014/04/11 05:39
2014/04/11 05:39
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Shrimp Trawling Turtles - Clear and Present Danger Turtles are falling victims to shrimp trawling in Tamil Nadu in the absence of use of turtle excluder devices. TWF correspondents Deepshikha Hooda...
2014/04/10 18:31
2014/04/10 18:31
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First reading passed and a public hearing has been set for a bylaw amendment to the Official Community Plan which would change the Town of Qualicum Beach's Growth Containment Boundary. The move would...
2014/04/08 23:05
2014/04/08 23:05
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A shark caught on WA drum lines. The RSPCA has spoken out against the West Australian government's shark drum line program which could be extended to operate for a further three years. RSPCA...
2014/04/08 17:29
2014/04/08 17:29
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Conservationists are worried a predicted bonanza of sockeye salmon returning to the Fraser River this summer will also bring a frenzy of fishing that could harm weaker stocks. "People have sockeye...
2014/04/23 21:55
2014/04/23 21:55
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