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Scientists urge culture of endangered species
Iloilo City - Scientists from Southeast Asia and Japan are calling to intensified efforts to increase the stocks of threatened marine species to counter threats to food security in the region. They made the appeal on Friday ...
- July 18, 2005
Vannamei shrimp breeding stock destroyed amid diseases onslaught
Dagupan City - The experimental culture of vannamei shrimps (Penaeus vannamei) in the country hit a snag when the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources decided to destroy its stock breeders which were found afflicted ...
- April 14, 2005
Mangroves protect coastal areas from tidal waves, says scientist
If your idea of a perfect vacation spot is a stretch of powder-white sand beach, with a few coconut trees swaying in a breeze, think again. This postcard-pretty coastal area, our idea of a romantic tropical paradise, is a ...
- January 8, 2005
Filipino wins int'l award for work with mangroves
Filipino research scientist Jurgenne Honculada Primavera has won a Pew Fellow in Marine Conservation, the worlds most prestigious award in marine conservation for her work in preserving and restoring mangroves in the ...
- March 9, 2005