2019 Blog Posts December 20, 2019January 8, 2020 Jump to: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, August, September, October, November, December December New assessment method reveals many fish stocks are in urgent need of sustainable management November Popular fish in China would increase in value if caught with larger meshes Daniel Pauly amongst the world’s most cited scientists China’s Bohai Sea left with only tiny fish Figuring out the total human impacts on biodiversity October Theory explains biological reasons that force fish to move poleward as climate change heats up the ocean A solution to our plastic problem Earth’s hot spots “are chunks of the future in the present”: Daniel Pauly Sea Around Us and Sea Around Us – Indian Ocean joined the Global Climate Strike How sustainable is tuna? New global catch database exposes dangerous fishing trends September What fish should we eat? Sea Around Us researchers bring novel fish stock assessment methods to West Africa New technology allows fleets to double fishing capacity — and deplete fish stocks faster Fisheries Department of Western Australia and Sea Around Us – Indian Ocean conduct data-limited workshop Daniel Pauly talks oceans data at UWA PhD opportunities at the Sea Around Us – Indian Ocean August The Sea Around Us – Indian Ocean is growing! Sea Around Us’ Marine Trophic Index included in the list of SDG proxy indicators Daniel Pauly presents the GOLT at Colombian ichthyology congress Fish that follow ‘gourmet diet’ more threatened by climate change July Want to make a large-scale difference in marine conservation and fisheries? Study with the Sea Around Us – Indian Ocean Sea Around Us co-hosts successful CMSY workshop in Qingdao Sea Around Us celebrated 20 years with successful symposium West African countries encouraged to consider Sea Around Us fisheries data June The Sea Around Us initiative turns 20: marine fisheries research to serve global civil society Daniel Pauly’s biography hits the bookstores World Oceans Day: Paying attention to marine fisheries May Vanishing Fish, Daniel Pauly’s new book is out Artisanal fisheries’ value hidden in Honduras’ statistics April Hidden behind bad numbers: Official stats mask almost all shark and ray species caught in the Mediterranean and Black seas March Palomares and Pauly reflect on the challenges and opportunities of historical reconstructions of marine fisheries catches A gender-balanced world is good for science February Rashid Sumaila to talk about the Sustainable Blue Economy in Perth The importance of coastal fisheries January Carbon dioxide emissions from global fisheries larger than previously thought Most female fish grow bigger than the males: deal with it!