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Fisheries and COVID-19: It’s stormy out there

As the pandemic continues to ripple across communities, the commercial fishing industry faces a number of particular challenges. There’s a lot we still don’t know, but it’s already clear that navigating COVID-19 will be no simple feat. Ellie OldachHello! I’m a third-year PhD student at University of California, Davis, in the Center for Environmental Policy […]

Sharks vs. Fishing Vessels: The fatal overlap

Article Global spatial risk assessment of sharks under the footprint of fisheries. Nuno Queiroz, Nicolas E. Humphries, et al. Nature (2019). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-019-1444-4   Background Over the past 50 years, world fisheries production has increased significantly. Many studies have shown fishing impacts on ocean health. Beyond the direct effects of fish removal, fishing causes an indirect […]

Heavy Metal Presence in Fish from Fresh and Coastal Waters of Ghana

Heavy metal: it’s not just an intense genre of rock music, but also an element high in density that can be incredibly toxic to humans at concentrated levels. While marine life faces many threats, an increasingly severe force has been the addition and accumulation of heavy metals in both coastal and freshwater environments. Francis Gbogbo […]

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