Fisheries

Fisheries:

Salmon Alert

WWF on aquaculture

NOAA on aquaculture

Will there be fish by 2050

Fisheries and climate change

Tunas, sharks and ships at sea

Searching for Russian crab mafia

Aquaculture in the Mediterranean

Better global ocean management 

Global footprint of industrial fishing

What oysters reveal about sea change

Farmed fish production overtakes beef

The dynamics of the global fishing fleet

Effects of acquaculture on worldfish supplies

Troubled waters: the future of global fisheries

Can offshore fish farming feed a hungry world?

Food security and climate change in the Pacific

The role of mangroves in fisheries enhancement

The state of world fisheries and acquaculture 2010

Report supports shutdown of all high seas fisheries

Securing the supply of sea scallops for today ad tomorrow

Inland fisheries determined to surface as food powerhouse

A global network of marine protected areas (MPAs) for food

A more prosperous global future with fisheries management 

Aquaculture tries to fill world's insatiable appetite for seafood     

We're fishing the oceans dry. It's time to reconsider fish farms

WWF: Reviving the ocean economy - a case for action - 2015

Coastal ocean aquacullture can be environmentally sustainable

New shellfish certified reference material to enhance food safety

Increasing returns from fisheries: do's and dont's for policy makers

A global assessment of salmon acquaculture impacts on wild salmonids 

Canadian Feds to reopen herring fishery despite objections by scientists

Ocean fronts drive marine fishery production and biogeochemical cycling

Mariculture: significant and expanding cause of coastal nutrient enrichment    

Fish will have to find new habitats or perish if global warming is left unchecked

Future ocean observations to connect climate, fisheries and marine ecosystems

DNA evidence shows that salmon hatcheries cause substantial, rapid genetic changes

Climate change vulnerabilities in fisheries and aquaculture: a synthesis of 6 regional studies