Thursday, October 1, 2020
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Tag: fisheries/aquaculture

Surface clean-up technology won’t solve ocean plastic problem

Clean-up devices that collect waste from the ocean surface won't solve the plastic pollution problem, a new study shows.Researchers compared estimates of...

Seafood products made from cells should be labeled cell-based

Companies seeking to commercialize seafood products made from the cells of fish or shellfish should use the term "cell-based" on product labels,...

A new character for Poku00e9mon? Novel endemic dogfish shark species discovered...

Newly discovered creatures can often be as impressive and exciting as the ones from the Japanese movies and shows. Many of those...

Scientists lament ‘Humpty Dumpty’ effect on world’s spectacular, rare wildlife

Some of the world's largest, most spectacular and unheralded mammals are silently slipping away, species like Tibetan wild yaks and Patagonia's huemul,...

DNA surprises surfacing in the Atlantic: Species far from their usual...

DNA scientists investigating new marine life migration patterns in the Atlantic Ocean surfaced the genetic traces of species far from their usual...

Last supper: Fish use sharp barbs and spines to fight off...

What price are you willing to pay for food? As humans, we face this challenge each time we shop, but for some...

‘Sushi parasites’ have increased 283-fold in past 40 years

The next time you eat sashimi, nigiri or other forms of raw fish, consider doing a quick check for worms.A new study...

Treated wastewater may safe for aquaculture — Ben-Gurion University researchers

BEER-SHEVA, ISRAEL...March 13, 2020 - Although aquaculture in treated wastewater is practiced worldwide, there is scant scientific research concerning whether organic micropollutants are present...

HKU scientists find high concentrations of toxic phenyltin compounds in local...

For years Professor Kenneth Leung Mei Yee from the HKU School of Biological Sciences and the Swire Institute of Marine Science and...

A new use for museum fish specimens

The discoloured fish that rest in glass jars in museums across the world are normally used by specialists as references to study the traits...