Aquatic News Index (ANI) contains aquatic science-related newspaper articles appearing in various Philippine newspapers available at the Aquaculture Department of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEADEC/AQD) Library. Indexing begins in 1974 to the present. ANI is maintained by SEAFDEC/AQD Library staff.

Entries are grouped according to the newspaper source. To ensure the accuracy and consistency of the index entries, subject descriptors were assigned using the Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries Abstracts (ASFA) Thesaurus, while the geographic names were assigned using the Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names (TGN).

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  • 2 Negrense fishermen rescued home to Sipalay 

    Masculino, Glazyl Y. (DailyGuardian, February 26, 2021, on page 2)
    The two fishermen who were rescued in Zamboanga del Norte last Monday returned home to Sipalay City, Negros Occidental yesterday. Executive Assistant Dionilo Bogtae, head of the Public Safety and Sipalay Emergency Assistance ...
  • DENR-6, Iloilo City gov't sign two MOAs for protection of forestland and coastal areas in the city 

    Department of Science and Technology (DOST)-Region VI (DailyGuardian, February 25, 2021, on page 8)
    The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) in Region VI, represented by Regional Executive Director (RED) Francisco E. Milla, Jr., and the Iloilo City Government, represented by Mayor Jerry P. Treñas signed ...
  • 2 Negrense fishermen rescued after floating at sea for 6 days 

    Masculino, Glazyl Y. (DailyGuardian, February 24, 2021, on page 2)
    Two fishermen from Sipalay City, Negros Occidental survived on board a damaged fishing boat for six days. Alexander Alagao, 73; and Rico Norquia, 57, both residents of Barangay 5, were rescued in Zamboanga del Norte yesterday ...
  • 'Galunggong' prices to go down amid supply hike 

    Ocampo, Karl R. (Philippine Daily Inquirer, February 4, 2021, on page A3)
    Expect the price of mackerel scad, more popularly known as galunggong, to go down in Metro Manila in the coming weeks due to a projected hike in supply after the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources opened fishing in Palawan.
  • Chinese disown dredging ship 

    Requejo, Rey E.; Ramos-Araneta, Macon (Manila Standard, February 4, 2021, on page A2)
    The Chinese Embassy in Manila on Wednesday debunked reports the dredging ship recently seized by Philippine Coast Guard off Bataan came from China. “Initial investigation on the identity of MV Zhonhai 68 by relevant Chinese ...

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