The Tuna Research and Conservation Center is a joint collaboration between Stanford University's Hopkins Marine Station and The Monterey Bay Aquarium. The mission of the Tuna Research and Conservation Center is to promote cooperative ventures that educate the public about the conservation and biology of tunas. Research efforts at the tuna center focus on advancing our knowledge of the basic biology and captive husbandry of tunas. Studies with captive tuna have been essential for testing technology prior to application in the wild.
Produce sets the squid catch limit at 420,000 tons Peru
Measure is established to guarantee sustainable extractive activities of the resource during the year 2023.
The Ministry of Production (Produce) established, through ministerial res...
Squid fisheries are booming in a regulatory vacuum Worldwide
The following is an excerpt from an article published by China Dialogue Ocean:
The expansion of squid fisheries in parts of the high seas has left scientists and conservationists concerned about the ...
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