29-05-2013 - Camotillo
Thanks to this research and support from MBZ SCF, we now we have solid, science based information about the life history, population status, and fisheries dynamics for Camotillo and Bacalao in Galapagos. This information will translate into specific management recommendations for the Galapagos National Park Directorate (GNPD) and other local stakeholders so that a management plan can be implemented; a milestone in these speciesâ€™ ...
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29-05-2013 - Petzea rudd
Because of recent degradation of their habitat in the thermal lake in 'Paraul Petea' reserve, northern-western Romania, experiments for ex situ rearing and reproduction in captivity of the endemic Scardinius racovitzai and Melanopsis parreyssii were set up, in order to obtain a reserve of individuals for reintroduction and a better knowledge of their biology.
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23-12-2012 - Pangani tilapia
Nyumba ya Mungu Dam is a biodiversity rich ecosystem within Pangani River Basin consisting of fish species namely Oreochromis pangani, Oreochromis jipe,Clarias gariepinus and introduced Oreochromis esculentus. Recently however,environmental
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20-12-2012 - Jullien's golden carp
This project trains local villagers in Lao PDR to collect key fisheries and population data on fish species in the Mekong River, with an emphasis on documenting encounters with threatened and endangered fishes such as Jullien's Golden Carp. This project builds local scientific capacity and collects needed information to improve the study, conservation, and management of Mekong fish species.
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23-05-2012 - European eel
The aim of the project is to develop an artificial propagation technique of European eel. The specific objective is to produce and rear viable eel larvae by using traditional methods (adaptation of the Japanese propagation protocol for European eel) and new biotechnological methods (using cryopreservated sperm â€“ sperm gene bank).
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15-01-2012 - Rock skipper
Rockskipper are fishes that can survive when out onto the watersurface. Recent research on rockskipper inIndonesia occurred around the year 1800. Project is located in Siung beach. The project's result showed that Andamia heteroptera as the abundant rockskipper fish in Siung beach. This species is unique that it has a tetrapod-like vertebrae while it also has a muscular structure resembling primitive fishes musculature.
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04-01-2012 - Giant mottled eel
Despite its cultural and commercial importance, the diversity and life history of freshwater eels in the Philippines can be defined as data deficient, and thus need of assessment. This projects aims to provide an insight into the current conservation status of these species in the Northern Philippines region.
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13-11-2011 - Freshwater sawfish
Sawfishes are arguably the most threatened marine fishes in the world. All seven species have experienced global declines of at least 90% due to fisheries overexploitation and habitat loss; consequently they're listed as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List. We will develop a Global Sawfish Conservation Strategy: clear, global-scale prioritized recommendations for meaningful research, education and conservation action to secure a future for ...
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27-06-2011 - Liver-oil shark
As top predators chondrichthyans are key components of their marine ecosystem and are vulnerable to fishing pressure. The aim of the project is to identify habitat uses, vertical movements and regional migrations of Galeorhinus galeus and Atlantoraja castelnaui using satellite technology. Behaviour, environmental variables, primary production and the commercial fishery fleet movements will be linked in a GIS to build new conservation and ...
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27-06-2011 - Common Sawfish
This project aims at contributing to the management of Orango National Park, in Guinea Bissau, for the conservation of West African marine biodiversity and in particular sharks, rays and threatened sawfish species. Its objective is to ensure that sustainable fishing practices are enforced in order to secure the long-term livelihood of local communities from the Archipelago of the Bijagos.
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