Is It OK To Pee In The Ocean? Business Insider Vic Peddemores, senior research scientist, from the New South Wales Department of Fisheries in Australia told The Sydney Morning Herald: "I would have been dead a long time ago — there is no evidence...
Posted Mon, Jun 16, 2014 by Brianna Elliott to bycatch, hammerhead sharks, longline fishing, overfishing, shark conservation, shark finning, shark management. A school of scalloped hammerhead sharks (Sphyrna lewini).
Every summer, I, along with tens of millions of other Americans, wait in eager anticipation of the Discovery Channel's Shark Week – a week-long program dedicated to all things sharks that has been airing since 1987.
RedOrbit Costa Rican Longline Fishery Kills Thousands Of Sea Turtles, Sharks RedOrbit The findings, published in the Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, indicate longline fishing is a major threat to the Pacific populations of sea...
A new more sensitive weight-based approach for monitoring coral growth in the wild has been developed by U.S. Geological Survey researchers leading to more definitive answers about the status of coral reefs.
If history’s closest analog is any indication, the look of the oceans will change drastically in the future as the coming greenhouse world alters marine food webs and gives certain species advantages over others.
Over the last couple of years, there have also been a myriad of shark conservation related groups and posts that have popped up on facebook and the internet, protesting various things, relating to shark conservation.
It has been recently assumed from a decade-long Australian-led study that this decline of sharks is causing a damaging effect on the food chain and could "significantly degrade coral reef systems". The study was conducted off the ....
“ Scientists find removal of sharks from two reef systems led to a sharp decline in the number of fish that help keep coral healthy The rampant overfishing of sharks, often solely for their fins, is causing a damaging chain reaction that could...”
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