Now showing items 1-5 of 5

    • Brazil scientists fear golden mussel threat to Amazon River 

      Barchfield, Jenny (Manila Bulletin, February 12, 2015, on page 12)
      The world’s mightiest waterway, the Amazon River, is threatened by the most diminutive of foes — a tiny mussel invading from China. Since hitching its way to South America in the early 1990s, the golden mussel has claimed ...
    • El Niño seen dampening seaweed, crab production 

      Conserva, Louine Hope (BusinessWorld, October 6, 2015, on page S1/5)
      Production of seaweed and mud crabs is expected to decrease due to the higher temperatures brought about by the prevailing El Niño. Production of seaweed and mud crabs is expected to decrease due to the higher temperatures ...
    • Establish 'no-take zone' in Spratlys, gov't urged 

      (Philippine Daily Inquirer, April 22, 2017, on page A8)
      On the heels of its victory in the arbitration case against China, the Philippines must lead the other claimant states in exploring ways to reinforce the ruling by “improving both the national and regional fisheries ...
    • Establish 'no-take zone' in Spratlys, gov't urged 

      (Malaya, April 17, 2017, on page B5)
      (A;)
      On the heels of its victory in the arbitration case against China, the Philippines must lead the other claimant states in exploring ways to reinforce the ruling by “improving both the national and regional fisheries ...
    • Experts: algal paste makes hatcheries operate easier 

      Subong, Elsa S. (The Daily Guardian, November 7, 2017, on page B1)
      Some experts now involved in a training at the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC/AQD) said that the use of algal paste will make it easier for hatcheries to operate without the ...