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4.22.14 - Global Island Partnership
Press Release: Global Oceans Action summit for Food Security and Blue Growth Opens in the Hague

4.22.14 - Seafood Source News
Gearing Up for Brussels Shows

4.22.14 - Seafood Source News
Alaska Salmon Forecast Down 47%

4.21.14 - Seafood Source News
Maroc Shows Off in Boston, To Repeat in Brussels


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SeaWeb and partner Diversified Communications have announced the dates of the next Seafood Summit, to be held 9 - 11 February, 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Marine Debris Credit: NOAA/Marine Debris ProgramThe Marine Science Reviewe-newsletter compiles citations and abstracts of significant marine-related research, selected from more than 770 science journals.

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Credit: Alessio Viora/Marine Photobank

"Deep down 35 meters in the nets we can admire many of these larger tuna, swimming like silver rockets in the blue. Getting closer to the nets we can get a glimpse of a shark's silhouette or a swordfish looking for an easy prey trapped within the nets..."

- Alessio Viora

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"...But in the nets we also see too many other innocent species get trapped. Turtles, dolphins, but particularly Sunfish (Mola-Mola). Trapped in fixed nets, they slowly die due to the scars caused by the snares that damage their protective mucus."

 

 

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