Oceans sustain life on this planet. Ocean ecosystems provide seafood that one in seven people in the world rely on […]
Opportunities to Improve Fisheries Management through Innovative Technology and Advanced Data Systems
In this study, published in Fish and Fisheries, the authors describe the current status, challenges and future directions of high-tech data systems […]
As climate change upends ecosystems, including fisheries, scientists are moving beyond documenting the impacts to recommending actions to mitigate and adapt to those impacts.
In Australia, juvenile oysters hitch rides on mud whelks, subjecting them to a slow-motion death by starvation. Killer oysters. Sort of.
Refinancing national debt can be a powerful tool for conservation.
An international team of researchers argues that the twin goals of climate change adaptation and biodiversity conservation must become the combined foundation of marine management and ocean conservation efforts.
Climate change is impacting fisheries, but regulating agencies are ill-equipped to respond to the challenges.
New research shows that just 13.2 percent of the ocean remains as wilderness, free from human impacts.