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Recreational catches of these fishes have gradually increased over the last six decades around the world, now accounting for 5-6% of total catches taken for leisure or pleasure.

The only thing stopping you is you: once you get out of your own way an entire universe of possibilities opens up.

The new method revealed that several fish stocks across oceans are far below internationally agreed minimum levels and in urgent need of sustainable management.


Walruses live in the rapidly changing Arctic. Dr. David Rosen is trying to figure out how climate change will impact the health of young walruses.

Fish that are highly valued by Chinese consumers, such as largehead hairtail, would grow in value and in amounts caught if industrial fisheries increased the mesh size of their nets

Pelagic Ecosystems Lab researchers engage with community at Gulf of Georgia Cannery

A new methodology for documenting the cumulative human impacts on biodiversity, dubbed EPOCH - for Evaluation of Population Change - was developed by scientists from Europe, Asia, and North America.

Scientists got a rare glimpse into the underwater behaviour of killer whales off the B.C. coast, with the help of aerial drones.

This Fisheries Centre Research Report was produced by Project Seahorse and the Zoological Society of London-Philippines, and carried out in collaboration with the Philippines Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources