Driving through more remote parts of the Australian countryside when I was a young tacker, my Dad would often stop the old Mazda Capella so…View More A bunch of hot heads
Mike Bok of the sensational Arthropoda blog has the latest Carnival of the Blue (edition #39!) up. Lots of great reads. Next month is held…View More The Giant Linkopod
Hat tip to commenter Kelly. Consider the Bluefin Tuna. Highly prized meat, commercially valuable, the science points to serious over-harvesting, yet was not deemed by…View More Spawning in the Oil
What. The. Fuck?!?1?11?11!!? (pardon my language) A proposal by Monaco to extend the highest level of U.N. protection to the Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean bluefin,…View More Tiny Tuna for Japan
“Western Atlantic bluefin have declined by 82% since 1970 and it’s estimated there are only remaining 41,000 remaining reproductively mature individuals.” Those are the words…View More Losing the Lions of the Ocean
In the how to achieve conservation goals and police international waters within the bounds of international law and without harming the life of a ship’s…View More Greenpeace Intercepts Tuna Trawler – Doin’ it Right
You can’t read a newspaper these days without learning about new repercussions from the global economic downturn. USA Today reported yesterday that college students are…View More How will tuna fare in this economy?