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Philippines’ largest warship, Chinese vessels in standoff in disputed South China Sea April 10, 2012   |  Source : AP  | Copyright : 1996-2012 The Washington Post

The Philippines’ largest warship was engaged in a tense standoff with Chinese surveillance vessels Wednesday at a disputed South China Sea shoal, after the ship attempted to arrest Chinese fishermen but was blocked by the surveillance craft. Philippi...

Local fishermen help scientists understand secrets of lake in Italian Alps April 10, 2012   |  Source : Discover  | Copyright : 2012, Kalmbach Publishing Co.

Sometimes, the collective knowledge of generations of locals is just as valuable as a network of high-tech sensors. That’s what scientists studying the fluid dynamics of Lake Como in the Italian Alps found, when they began to interview fishermen. The...

US Fed evaluation: 3 more pesticides may harm salmon by JEFF BARNARD April 10, 2012   |  Source : AP  | Copyright : 2012 Bloomberg L.P.

A draft federal evaluation has found that three more common pesticides used on home lawns and agricultural crops jeopardize the survival of West Coast salmon in the United States. The evaluation from NOAA Fisheries Service is the latest one resulting f...

Indian State to adopt Danish mid-sea processing tech for fishing by T. E. Raja Simhan April 10, 2012   |  Source : The Hindu Business Line  | Copyright : 2012, The Hindu

Tamil Nadu plans to go high-tech in fishing to tap the large resource in the mid-sea. Learning from the techniques used in Denmark, the State Government plans to procure two mid-sea processing ships — a first in the country. The ships will act as ...

Scientists create the ‘armour-plated’ salmon in Scotland April 09, 2012   |  Source : Scotsman  | Copyright : Scotsman.com

Scientists have created “armour-plated” salmon in what is being hailed as a massive boost to Scotland’s multi-million pound angling and fish farming industries. For the first time, thousands of young salmon – smolts – harvested from the wild ...

Disappearing ice altering ecosystem subtly April 09, 2012   |  Source : IANS  | Copyright : 2012 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd.

Shrinking sea ice, snow and glaciers, especially in high-latitude regions where water is frozen for sometime, the cryosphere, is affecting the ecosystem in hidden ways. Scientists have already recorded how some larger animals, such as penguins and pola...

China releases 1,200 artificially-bred fish into river April 08, 2012   |  Source : Zee News

More than 1,200 artificially-bred Chinese fishes were released into the Yangtze river on Sunday to increase their stocks. Hundreds of volunteers and residents helped to release them in the city of Yinchang, central China's Hubei province. Among the ...

Fish in troubled waters in Bangladesh by Bindu Shajan Perappadan April 08, 2012   |  Source : The Hindu

A quintessential Bengali delicacy and the national fish of Bangladesh ‘Hilsa' is passing through its toughest phase in a fight for survival, warn environmentalists and scientists. “The fish is exploited by intensive fishery, indiscriminate exploita...

Vietnam fisheries companies fear becoming insolvent April 08, 2012   |  Source : VNA  | Copyright : VIETNAMNET Bridge

The death of some “big guys” in the fisheries sector in Can Tho and Soc Trang provinces in Vietnam has sounded an alarm about the financial situation imbalance, which may lead to the bankruptcy of a lot of seafood companies and fish farmers as well. ...

Fishing trip ends in tragedy for Fiji fishers by Avinesh Gopal April 08, 2012   |  Source : Fiji Times  | Copyright : 2004 - 2007, Fiji Times Limited

A man died after being struck by a lightning while returning from a fishing trip yesterday afternoon. The incident happened a few metres away from the seawall at Nasese in Suva between 3:30pm and 4pm. The death brings the number of people who have d...

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