2015 blog posts

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The Sea Around Us: A successful trip to Tunisia

New government aims to protect 10 percent of Canadian coastal waters by 2020

China’s Marine Fisheries at a Crossroad: key issues of a forum held in Xiamen, November 10-12, 2015

Dyhia Belhabib in The Gambia

Vicky Lam: Visit to Xiamen and Qingdao, China

What fish can tell us about the Paris climate talks


Ask an Expert: Will oceans be adequately discussed at COP21?

Sea Around Us in West Africa: by Melanie Ang

A presentation by Dr. Daniel Pauly and Dr. Dyhia Belhabib on catch reconstructions

Fish alter migration patterns as global waters warm <

New Mapping Tool video tutorial

Users weigh in on Sea Around Us website


Only four per cent of the ocean is protected: Sea Around Us research

Dr. Daniel Pauly participates in White House science forum


New app to simplify fisheries data collection


Daniel Pauly participates in international fishing documentary


Sea Around Us attends meeting to support conservation assessment for Antarctica and the Southern Ocean


13th Annual FishBase Symposium in Philippines to take place this fall

New research reveals population trends for world seabirds

Recreational fishing accounts for half of all fish caught in The Bahamas


New data on reported and unreported marine catches now available online

Daniel Pauly wins prestigious Peter Benchley Ocean Award


Sea Around Us collaborates with West Africa on catch reconstructions