Tuesday 08 May 2012
WINNING SCHOOLS MAKE A SPLASH AT WORLD FISHERIES CONGRESSfishupdate.com | 08 May 2012
Primary school pupils were at the 6th' World Fisheries Congress today at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC) to meet with HRH The Duke of Rothesay after winning a national design competition on sustainable fishing.
World Fisheries Congress Opens in Edinburghfishupdate.com | 08 May 2012
The worlds fisheries community will gather in Edinburgh today (Tuesday, 8 May) to discuss the future of sustainable fishing at the 6th World Fisheries Congress. Organised by The World Council of Fisheries Societies, the congress is being held at Edinburgh International Conference Centre and will address Sustainable Fisheries in a Changing World.
Warm water marine species spreading northwards into British watersGuardian Unlimited | 08 May 2012
Exotic warm water marine species such as anchovy, bluefin tuna, stingray, and thresher shark are spreading northwards into British coastal waters, where average sea temperatures are now moving closer to the warmer conditions of southern Europe.
Climate change affects fish stocksWorld Fishing | 08 May 2012
The Marine Climate Change Impacts Partnership (MCCIP) launched its latest report at the World Fisheries Congress in Scotland today - it focuses on the impact of climate change on the marine environment.
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