Source: NOAA The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has recently completed a study on fish stocks off of the coast of California. NOAA found that not only was there an increase in hauls, but an increase in monetary value to the fishermen. Why the increase? NOAA hypothesizes it was because of the catch … Continue reading The Proof is in the Pudding…or Fish Stocks
Just the name may make you quiver, but what hagfish (family: myxinidae) may lack in glamour is compensated for by their performance in nutrient recycling in an ocean ecosystem. Known for their ability to excrete exorbitant amounts of slime–not to mention their three extra hearts and one extra brain–this stomachless fish promotes the health of … Continue reading An Unloved Fish that Needs Attention
Headlining Time Magazine this week is the debated issue of aquaculture’s role in the future of fish consumption. Despite the efforts to protect our oceans and build sustainable fisheries, ocean resources continue to quiver on the edge of extinction, forcing us to find an alternative to fishing. For example, look at the case of tuna. … Continue reading Fish Farms: The Answer to Sustainable Consumption?
The newly released book titled “World Without Fish” by Mark Kurlansky, award-winning writer, is a must read! Mark Kurlansky also wrote the award-winning bestseller Cod: A Biography of the Fish that Changed the World, The Big Oyster: History on the Half Shell, as well as many others. World Without Fish is written a bit differently … Continue reading The World Without Fish, Read All About It!