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The Baía Formosa's small-scale fishery was found to provide subsistence, food security and employment opportunities for local inhabitants.

97% of the sharks and rays caught and brought to market domestically are not reported by species.

Sponsored by Ocean Wise®, the award recognizes significant, field-leading contributions in ocean research.

The researchers found that areas crucial for Arctic marine predators are largely left unprotected.

Rashid Sumaila proposes various policy changes to help fishers benefit from ITQs while minimizing their negative impacts.

The People and the Ocean Specialist Group promotes the need to understand and integrate the voices, visions, rights, and livelihood needs of coastal peoples and island nations into policies and practices related to the conservation and management of the oceans.

The term of his appointment will be from August 1, 2019 to July 31, 2020.

The IOF has two faculty members on board this international salmon research voyage to the Gulf of Alaska

Researchers found that unless current conservation measures are increased, the birds' future conservation is precarious.

Researchers found that building trust with small-scale fishers, through actions like ensuring transparency and conducting outreach activities, is key to gaining local conservation support.