Posts Tagged ‘Eric Borneman’

18 Scientists Call for Reform of Reef Livestock Collection

International law has failed to protect coral reefs and tropical fish from being decimated by a growing collectors market, but U.S. reforms can lead the way towards making the trade more responsible, ecologically sustainable and humane. That’s the view of 18 experts, including Washington State University marine ecologist Brian Tissot, writing in the journal Marine Policy.

30 Jun 2:06 PM 0

A Response To “Crawling to Collapse”

It is with some dismay that I read the responses of Watson, Moe, Wittenrich and Young regarding the article, “Crawling to Collapse: Ecologically Unsound Ornamental Invertebrate Fisheries,” by Rhyne et al. (2009).

05 Apr 11:31 AM 1