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Ian Kinsey
Fisherman and consultant, when, and where needed. Making things WORK by daring to B, and do different!
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Ken Smith 10h
Check out my latest article: Safety Updates on the Quay via
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Signature Seafood Yorkshire 20h
Fishermen in have made a number of changes to ensure sustainability of the local shellfish industry like fitting ‘escape gaps’ to release undersize animals, increasing the minimum size animals can be taken and returning female lobsters carrying eggs.
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"There’s a lot more of them now, and it’s more than a little bit irritating,” Akeya says. The cod have surged here from the south amid climatic changes unfolding with stunning speed.
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Francisco Blaha Sep 14
With hundreds of efforts around seafood traceability, many are not aware of each other, not interested or nor able to learn from one another. Here is where my friends form SALT bring a solution.
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United Tribes of BB Sep 13
In case you missed it -- published this great piece about the devastation mines have already caused to salmon runs in the Pacific Northwest - a risk we can't take in Bristol Bay!
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Ian Kinsey Sep 14
Replying to @eastcoastavocet
Under utilised & under valued. A fish that lends itself to bold flavours.
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Ian Kinsey Sep 14
TACs have been drastically slashed in the past; reducing TACs is only as effective as the means to mitigate unwanted catches. The days of catch what you have quota 4 & discard the rest are over due to improved exploitation patterns & use of more selective gear/spatial avoidance.
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Ian Kinsey Sep 13
"Future cod biomass and catch will depend on successful nutrient load reductions. Presently, nutrient loads and hypoxic (low oxygen) bottom waters restrict cod reproduction so strongly that even moderate fishing pressure can lead to stock collapse"
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Ian Kinsey Sep 13
Mackerel in mandarin, ginger & chilli sauce.
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Ian Kinsey Sep 13
Replying to @obe_park @LockerAndrew
At least you'll be facing forwards and not backwards as when rowing over the N Sea LoL.
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Ian Kinsey Sep 13
Climate driven range shift is a noticeable reality in & around the N Sea. Cod have moved northwards: how is this range shift reflected in the areas covered by the IBT surveys? Have juvenile cod found new nursery areas beyond the scope of present surveys?
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Ian Kinsey Sep 13
An excellent overview of the rights, obligations, and the intricacies of being an independent coastal state. This overview makes clear how the devil is in the LACK of detail that has been given about the process of "taking back control", & achieving the "sea of opportunity"
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Ian Kinsey Sep 13
Important information to all countries exporting seafood products to the USA.
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Ian Kinsey Sep 12
" The petition cited the US Marine Mammal Protection Act, which requires the country to ban the import of any seafood from countries that fail to prevent bycatch of marine mammals in line with US standards"
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Ian Kinsey Sep 12
Does statement refer to unregulated artisanal fisheries using unselective small mesh nets, & where all the catch is utilised?
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Havforskningsinstituttet Sep 11
Har spora «heimen» til makrellstørjer i Nord-Atlanteren
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Christopher McGuire Sep 10
Smartphone fishing app data used by to look at rec. angler distribution and invasive species vectors
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Shetland Fishermen Sep 10
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Michel Kaiser Sep 10
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Ian Kinsey Sep 10
The collaborative, and co - responsibility approach.
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