This year on World Tuna Day, The Nature Conservancy (TNC) Hawai‘i and Palmyra announces the expansion of the first drifting […]
A new toolkit helps natural resource managers adapt fisheries management in an uncertain future.
Launched in 2018, the program tagged its 1000th fish on December 5, 2022—a significant milestone in a challenging environment.
How understanding the future can help us make informed decisions in the present.
On Palmyra Atoll, getting big fish on board quickly relies on an old fishing tool: the hand line.
The highlight of giant trevally fishing at Palmyra Atoll isn’t the size of the fish. It’s the recapture.
Tagging trevally on a remote island with rod and reel.
An industry/conservation partnership tracks Fish Aggregating Devices (FADS) at Palmyra Atoll.
Research from the Solomon Islands finds that populations of bumphead parrotfish rely on larvae from other reefs, meaning they’re unlikely to rebound if the entire region is overfished.
It’s time to put the idea of “trash fish” where it belongs—in the trash.
Electronic monitoring can provide much-needed data on catch and discards on longline tuna fisheries.
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