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Most fish destined for fishmeal production are food-grade fish

The Sea Around Us researcher, Tim Cashion, published a paper today in Fish and Fisheries where he reveals that 90% of fish destined for uses other than direct human consumption are food-grade or prime food-grade fish. The study is co-authored by Frédéric Le Manach, Daniel Pauly and Dirk Zeller. READ MORE http://bit.ly/blog14sau

Can Brexit save the UK’s seas?

Daniel Pauly and Dirk Zeller discussed the topic with the British press. READ MORE http://bit.ly/blog9sau 

Why did FAO choose to ignore the existence and trends of the reconstructed catch data?

CHECK OUT THE INFOGRAPHIC http://bit.ly/blog13sau

We need to know how much fish we are catching

Lincoln Hood, a research assistant with a passion for diving, shares her views on the importance of the catch data generated by the reconstruction process of the Sea Around Us.
WATCH THE VIDEO  http://bit.ly/blog11sau

“Zero is not a good estimate”: The Sea Around Us on global fisheries

"The technique we used is based on the principle that if a fishery exists but you don’t have any data, it is not right to put a zero there."
LISTEN to Daniel Pauly and Dirk Zeller http://bit.ly/blog7sau
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