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Scientists recommend higher Icelandic cod, haddock TACs - IntraFish.com

Scientists recommend higher Icelandic cod, haddock TACs - IntraFish.com | Fish World | Scoop.it
Marine Research Institute says 10% jump in cod quota, 20% increase in haddock quota are sustainable.
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Jeddah fish market 2010- FIRST TIME EVER ON YOUTUBE

FIRST TIME EVER ON YOUTUBE....amazing fish market in jeddah, huge range of shark meat and extra large king prawn...mouth watering.
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Twitter Basics for Business - 7 Steps to Greatness

Twitter Basics for Business - 7 Steps to Greatness | Fish World | Scoop.it
Getting started on Twitter can be tough if you don't know your way around. Here are some twitter basics for business, 7 simple tips to get you started.

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Alaska Pollock Fish

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Alaska Pollock Fish. A member of the cod family, Alaska Pollock is one of the most plentiful and adaptable fish in the globe.

 

 


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Why The Cod On Cape Cod Now Comes From Iceland

Why The Cod On Cape Cod Now Comes From Iceland | Fish World | Scoop.it
New England cod are now so depleted, Americans may need to learn to love a more plentiful fish.

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PIRatE Lab's curator insight, January 2, 2014 11:35 AM

This whole story seems to have played out in slow motion from my perspective.  Everything from the complaints from the wives of fishermen, the failure of Glouster fishermen to embrace a collective vision for management, etc., etc.

 

I recall discussions in the 1980s where this exact scenario that is before us was discussed.  It has been a fantastic lesson in the need for more effective communication and a realization that we can't always save ourselves from ourselves.  For those unawares, I suggest a great read Cod: A Biography of the Fish that Changed the World.

 

Enjoy the Maine (American) lobster catches while you can, New England.  The energy and material flows that once bolstered these now nuked cod populations appears to have switched to now bolstering that "golden trap" of a fishery.  Not a very bright future for our fishing families and working ports/harbors.

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Seafood Intelligence Report – Latest saithe export figures from Norway, Vol 3, 7b - Undercurrent News

Seafood Intelligence Report – Latest saithe export figures from Norway, Vol 3, 7b Undercurrent News Markó Partners' Seafood Intelligence Report series gives you an unparalleled overview of the trade, price trends and product flow for Atlantic cod...
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Norway Sea Foods Seibiff: Battered Saithe/Pollock with fried Onions

Norway Sea Foods Seibiff Med Løk, Pannerte Seistykker Norway Sea Foods Seibiff: Battered Saithe/Pollock with fried Onions Ingredients: Fish: 75% saithe fillet ...
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Sustainable Fisheries and Aquaculture -- Rio+20 and beyond

A look at how fisheries and aquaculture contributes to global food and nutrition security and how the FAO Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries supports ...
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Women training on fish salting and sun-drying in Sao Tome

Credit: Gabriel de Labra (Spain) Source: www.fishconsult.org This video which was donated to the site by its copyright holder was taken during a training ses...
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