Newsletter on Fisheries Research: August-2018

Hallmark Fisheries Issues Recall of Crab Meat Because of Possible Health Risk

Hallmark Fisheries problems Recall of Crab Meat attributable to doable Health Risk

Hallmark Fisheries9 of Charleston, Ore., is recalling many prepackaged crab meat product as a result of they need the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, the bureau declared these days.

Listeria monocytogenes is AN organism which may cause serious and typically fatal infections in young kids, frail or senior individuals, et al with weakened immune systems. though healthy people could suffer solely short-run symptoms corresponding to high fever, severe headache, stiffness, nausea, abdominal pain and looseness of the bowels, eubacterium infection will cause miscarriages and stillbirths among pregnant girls. [1]

Brexit and Fisheries: A Question of Conflicting Expectations

The UK fishing sector has been below the spotlight since the start of the Brexit discussion. Political commentators claimed that up to ninety percent of British fishers supported Brexit as they thought of the united kingdom was underprivileged compared to the alternative EU Member States. Their main grudge is regarding the equal access that every one Member States have had to any or all EU waters – with the exception of water, up to twelve maritime miles from the coast – since the formal origin of the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) in 1983. Combined with what they understand to be AN unbalanced allocation of fishing quotas, this legal framework is believed by the united kingdom fishing business to be the most reason for the poor management of EU fisheries, that may well be terminated following Brexit, therefore, restitution the UK’s standing as AN freelance coastal state. [2]

Opportunities for climate‐risk reduction through effective fisheries management

Risk of the impact of marine fishes to fishing and global climate change (including ocean acidification) depend upon the species’ ecological and biological characteristics, as well as their exposure to over‐exploitation and climate hazards. These human‐induced hazards should be considered concurrently in conservation risk assessment. during this study, we have a tendency to aim to look at the combined contributions of global climate change and fishing to the danger of impacts of exploited fishes, and the scope for climate‐risk reduction from fisheries management. we have a tendency to mix mathematical logic professional system with species distribution modeling to assess the extinction risks of climate and fishing impacts of 825 exploited marine fish species across the worldwide ocean. [3]

How ecological processes shape the outcomes of stock enhancement and harvest regulations in recreational fisheries

Fish stocking and harvest laws are oft wont to maintain or enhance fresh recreational fisheries and contribute to fish conservation. However, their relative effectiveness has rarely been systematically evaluated using quantitative models that account for key size‐ and density‐dependent ecological processes, and adaptative responses of anglers. we tend to gift a brand new integrated model of fresh recreational fisheries wherever the population dynamics of 2 model species have an effect on the hassle dynamics of recreational anglers. With this model, we tend to examined however stocking varied fish densities and sizes (fry, fingerlings, and adults) performed relative to minimum‐length limits using a variety of biological, social and economic performance measures while evaluating trade‐offs. Four key findings are highlighted. First, stocking typically increased the exploited fish population, but size‐ and density‐dependent bottlenecks limited the number of fry and fingerlings surviving to a catchable size in self‐sustaining populations. the best sweetening of the catchable fish population occurred once massive fish that lose early bottlenecks were stocked with, but this came at the cost of wild‐stock replacement, thereby demonstrating a fundamental trade‐off between fisheries benefits and conservation. [4]

Effect of Public Fisheries Extension Service on the Selected Socioeconomic Aspects of the Clients in Two Selected Sub-districts under Barisal District in Bangladesh

Fisheries extension is associate education and communication method of delivering information and technical support to the fish farmers, fishermen, and different stakeholders connected with fishing and fish farming system. This study was preceded with the aim of evaluating the impact of public cultivation extension on the socioeconomic development of the shoppers in 2 selected sub-district specifically Barisal Sadar and Babugonj below Barisal district. to attain its objectives, this study exerted importance on quantitative approach exploitation face-to-face interview methodology. However, this analysis conjointly thought of table studies to reveal truth. knowledge was collected with a structured interview schedule for the month of Gregorian calendar month 01 to Gregorian calendar month twenty-eight, 2015, from a hundred and forty at randomly selected fish farmers. to seek out the impact of public cultivation extension, a hundred and forty farmers were divided into 2 equal sized teams supported their contract with public cultivation extension. [5]

Reference

[1] Hallmark Fisheries Issues Recall of Crab Meat Because of Possible Health Risk

By Live Science Staff | (web link)

[2] Brexit and Fisheries: A Question of Conflicting Expectations

Gallic BL, Mardle S, Metz S. Brexit and Fisheries: A Question of Conflicting Expectations. EuroChoices. 2018 Aug;17(2):30-7. (web link)

[3] Opportunities for climate‐risk reduction through effective fisheries management

Cheung WW, Jones MC, Reygondeau G, Frölicher TL. Opportunities for climate‐risk reduction through effective fisheries management. Global change biology. 2018 Aug 23. (web link)

[4] How ecological processes shape the outcomes of stock enhancement and harvest regulations in recreational fisheries

Johnston FD, Allen MS, Beardmore B, Riepe C, Pagel T, Hühn D, Arlinghaus R. How ecological processes shape the outcomes of stock enhancement and harvest regulations in recreational fisheries. Ecological Applications. (web link)

[5] Effect of Public Fisheries Extension Service on the Selected Socioeconomic Aspects of the Clients in Two Selected Sub-districts under Barisal District in Bangladesh

Arifur Rahman Chowdhury1, Md. Mamun-ur-Rashid1* and Sabbir Hossain1

1Department of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development, Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Bangladesh. (web link)