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A second research expedition to study the winter ecology of salmon in the Gulf of Alaska is underway.

The second collection of articles by Daniel Pauly and colleagues that were deemed not suitable for peer-reviewed scientific journals, but which readers may find of interest.

Some fish are difficult to reach and a museum specimen may be the only known representative of the species. Using preserved fish specimens is a more precise way to learn.

UBC study assembled and presented the first quantitative estimates of catch by women and the associated value of what is brought to shore, on a global scale.

Eight to 14 million tonnes of unreported fish catches are traded illicitly every year, costing the legitimate market between $9 and $17 billion in trade each year.

The Indianapolis Prize Finalists represent the world's most successful professional wildlife conservationists, biologists and scientists, and their heroic work has saved dozens of animal species and their habitats from extinction.

Diners may soon find more farmed oysters and fewer Atlantic salmon on their plates as climate change warms Canada’s Pacific coast.

This award enables faculty to pursue full-time research during a recognized study leave.

Daniel Pauly
He, and two others, are being recognized for “their seminal contributions to our understanding of the world’s oceans, and their efforts to protect and conserve marine biodiversity and oceanic ecosystem services in a rapidly changing world.”

A new study by Sea Around Us found that total marine fisheries catches were 27% higher over the last 60 years than the data officially reported by the FAO on behalf of the Marshall Islands