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Countries surrounding the Arabian Sea should empower well-managed artisanal and subsistence fisheries to back food security efforts, a new Sea Around Us study suggests.

The change could help repopulate Malabar blood snapper, whose numbers dropped by 95% between 1995 and 2009

Listen to podcasts prepared by students in the FISH 500 class for academic year 2020/21

Without effective carbon mitigation the ocean would lose 18% of animal biomass by 2099 relative to the present day.

Tilapias living in crowded aquaculture ponds or small freshwater reservoirs adapt so well to these stressful environments that they stop growing and reproduce at a smaller size than their stress-free counterparts.

The two volumes cover all maritime countries and island territories of the world.

New study shows loss of sea ice will require walruses to swim more and eat more to survive climate change

Third collection of articles, authored or co-authored by Daniel Pauly.


A recent UBC-led study found that socioeconomic and governance conditions such as national stability, corruption and human rights greatly affect the ability to achieve a Blue Economy.