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Allow aquaculture to flourish in Inland Bays - Cape Gazette

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Allow aquaculture to flourish in Inland Bays Cape Gazette People who are concerned about saving and adding to our natural resources should back and encourage representatives Peter Schwartzkopf and Ruth Briggs King to allow oyster aquaculture to try...

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The Aquaculturists: 10/02/2016: Middle East Aquaculture 2016

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The Aquaculturists: 09/02/2016: Three presentations to be given by Joe Kearns at One Day Short Course in Aqua Feed in Abu Dhabi

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The Aquaculturists: 08/02/2016: Tambaqui: is it possible for this species to feed a continental country?

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The Aquaculturists: 05/02/2016: Prof Abdel-Fattah M El-Sayed to speak at One Day Short Course in Aqua Feed in Abu Dhabi

The Aquaculturists: 05/02/2016: Prof Abdel-Fattah M El-Sayed to speak at One Day Short Course in Aqua Feed in Abu Dhabi | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
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More views on the US Treaty collapse

More views on the US Treaty collapse | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
As anyone could imagine, in topics like this one, there would be different
opinions. So here is PITIA's (the Pacific Islands Tuna Industry
Association). 

They work as a "association of associations" for the pacific islands
national fishing associations, however they are presently working on
restructuring membership from its current model to a more open model where
individual companies can be members. One of the key strategic focus for
PITIA is to secure membership from the Pacific Islands Countries to give it
a more holistic representation as a regional NGO.

Their message, as articulated in their last publication "Pacific Tuna
Watch" is quite direct. I quote:

"Pacific Islands Tuna Industry Association (PITIA) regrets the current
impasse over the US-South Pacific Islands Tuna Treaty. We acknowledge the
role of the USA in establishing the Skipjack Industry in the Pacific. The
Skipjack Industry we have today owes its roots to the ubiquitous American
tuna sandwich and subsequent developments in canning and purse seining tuna
industry.

It is the US market that initially gave “the reason for being” that is the
Tuna Industry as we now know it. The USA also offers far more liberal
access to its markets to Pacific Island origin seafood than most others.

We have seen the exponential increase in the cost of “vessel days” under
the PNA vessel day scheme and the current impasse is a direct reflection of
this. Whilst acknowledging the need for PIC’s to maximise returns from its
Fishery access, due consideration should also be given to the
sustainability of those returns. Short term gains seem to have been
realised at the expense of stability and reliability and the value of
predictable revenues to the national budgets of the PIC’s.

It has come to a point when it is no longer economical to fish due to
declining fish price and increasing cost of access. It is also obvious that
vessels subsidised by their States will survive the longest despite poor
compliance and lack of proper safety measures. The US fleet may well be the
first of others to say “enough is enough”.

The domestic flag fleets of the Pacific cannot ever receive the level of
Governmental fiscal support that foreign nations enjoy. If the US fleet
find it uneconomical – what chance is there of developing a domestic fleet
when the cost of access is uncertain and high?

It is not simply selling access to the highest bidder that matters but a
more diversify and balance approached is warranted for fiscal stability and
maximising domestic development and long term added value of the resource.

Those Island Nations that have signed up to the Long Line VDS should not
anticipate any increase in revenue as the Industry simply cannot afford it.
Unless a rational approach is taken in establishing access fees under a
Longline VDS the “USA Impasse” may be the forerunner of others to follow.

The US Tuna Treaty impasse should be an eye opener for all stakeholders
concerned. More particularly the policy making decision organisations that
a more balance macro approach is important for the future of the Pacific
Tuna Industry with due consideration for the sustainability and economics
as major consideration for the common benefits for all the stakeholders
concerned.

PITIA website is down (but they are working on it) otherwise I would have
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The Aquaculturists: 04/02/2016: Joe Kearns to speak at One Day Short Course in Aqua Feed in Abu Dhabi

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The Aquaculturists: 03/02/2016: Dr Mian N Riaz to speak at One Day Short Course in Aqua Feed

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Are humans driving evolution in animals? - BBC News

Are humans driving evolution in animals? - BBC News | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
Mounting evidence suggests activities such as commercial fishing, angling and hunting, along with the use of pesticides and antibiotics are leading to evolutionary changes in the natural world.
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Economics of drying aquafeed

As an aquafeed processor, you are always aware that your drying operation has a significant impact on your bottom line. Drying is a very energy-intensive opera…
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The Aquaculturists: 01/02/2016: Nutreco and African Century Foods announce fish feed joint venture in Zambia

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The Aquaculturists: 29/01/2016: Perceptions and misconceptions of aquaculture: a global overview

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The Aquaculturists: 21/01/2016: Aquaculture, sustainability and tourism

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The Aquaculturists: 19/01/2016: Video: Aquaculture contributes 15 percent to Namibia's GDP

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The Aquaculturists: 10/02/2016: Prof Abdel-Fattah M El-Sayed to give overview on aquaculture in the Middle East in Abu Dhabi

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The Aquaculturists: 09/02/2016: BBC video: Tackling the Zika virus

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Opalised pearls dating back 65 million years unearthed by miners sifting Coober Pedy spoil heap - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Opalised pearls dating back 65 million years unearthed by miners sifting Coober Pedy spoil heap - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it

The world's first recorded opalised pearls, relics of creatures in an ancient inland sea dating back 65 million years, have been unearthed by two miners in the South Australian outback.

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Is Oyster Aquaculture Good for the Bay? 5 Questions for Dr. Ashley Smyth

Is Oyster Aquaculture Good for the Bay? 5 Questions for Dr. Ashley Smyth | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
The EPA has put the Chesapeake Bay on a low-pollution diet, limiting the total amount of pollutants, such as nutrients and sediment. One surprising ally in the battle to save the Bay is the oyster....
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The Aquaculturists: 04/02/2016: Australian software company PanLogica working with innovative Cobia producer Open Blue

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The Aquaculturists: 04/02/2016: Thomas Palm appointed new CFO of Cermaq Group AS

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Is the Recovery of Wild Fisheries the New 'J-Curve' for Impact Investors?

Is the Recovery of Wild Fisheries the New 'J-Curve' for Impact Investors? | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
ImpactAlpha.com -- In a sign of healthy competition, not one but two private equity fund managers are gearing up to raise tens of millions of dollars apiece to bet on the recovery of coastal fishi...
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The Aquaculturists: 02/02/2016: Don't forget: VIV MEA will be co-located with GFIA

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The Aquaculturists: 01/02/2016: Veikila Vuki: Cultivating the sharing of information on aqua women

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Fish toxins at lowest levels in decades

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Fish in today’s oceans contain far lower levels of mercury, DDT and other toxins than at any time in the past four decades, according to a major review by scientists at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in La Jolla. But they also tempered the good news with a sobering reminder: Many fish in the wild still have pollutants at levels considered unsafe for frequent human consumption.
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Sperm whales beached in Skegness following Hunstanton death - BBC News

Sperm whales beached in Skegness following Hunstanton death - BBC News | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
Three sperm whales found washed up on a beach in Lincolnshire are believed to be from the same pod as a whale that died in Norfolk.
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The Aquaculturists: 21/01/2016: Study: Global fish catches much higher than previously thought

The Aquaculturists: 21/01/2016: Study: Global fish catches much higher than previously thought | Global Aquaculture News & Events | Scoop.it
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