Posts Tagged ‘Aquarium trade data’

Characterizing the US Trade in Lionfishes

The Quarter 3, 2018 publication funded by the Dr. Junda Lin Memorial Fund for Publishing Open Access Marine Aquarium Research is now freely available to the public as an open-access article.

28 Oct 2:32 PM 0 Read More...

Hawaii’s Aquarium Fishery: What Happened? MACNA 2018

Dr. Bruce Carlson examines the most well-managed marine aquarium fishery on the planet, and why it is now facing a very uncertain future.

20 Sep 9:50 PM 4 Read More...

VIDEO: Dr. Rhyne on Aquarium Trade Data

Interview with Dr. Andrew Rhyne, a team member of the New England Aquarium’s grade prize winning project in the USAID Wildelife Crime Tech Challenge.

02 Sep 5:30 PM 1 Read More...

CORAL Excerpt: Stopping the Plunder

The fact that the majority of marine aquarium fishes entering U.S. markets originate in the Philippines has long worried some aquarium trade stakeholders and critics. The concerns stem largely from the fact that illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing has been so prevalent in this nation of 7,107 islands and the government has appeared so unwilling to address it.

29 Oct 5:30 PM 2 Read More...