RSS Feed
Reef Fisheries Portal


Search Show Tips Advanced Search

Latest 5 Additions

1. Sea Around Us Project

Geographic Focus: Global
Institution: Fisheries Centre University of British Colombia and Pew Charitable Trusts

The project is devoted to the study and documentation of the impact of fisheries on marine ecosystems, and to the identification and implementation of policies that will reduce this impact

2. The Society for the Conservation of Reef Fish Aggregations (SCRFA)

Geographic Focus: Global

SCRFA strives to raise awareness about the vulnerability of reef fish spawning aggregations and works towards better protection and management. SCRFA has a long-term project to collate a global database on reef fish aggregations. This database includes information from both formal and informal sources, ranging from literature reviews to field interviews containing personal communications. It aims to document all known aggregations throughout the tropics, their current status and their history of exploitation.

3. Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF) - Marine Science

Geographic Focus: Global
Institution: Worldwide Fund for Nature

The main foci of WWF's Conservation Science Program are ecoregional planning, development of marine protected areas (MPAs) and marine MPA networks, and conservation of specific marine species

4. CI Marine Portal

Geographic Focus: Global
Institution: Conservation International (CI)

The Marine Portal was designed to promote alignment and dissemination of critical marine information to the global community to engage and unify international marine stakeholders though knowledge sharing and information exchange

5. The South Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP)

Geographic Focus: Southwest Pacific
Institution: Regional organisation established by the governments and administrations of the Pacific region

The South Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) is an independent intergovernmental agency that provides assistance and technical advisory services to Pacific Island countries, territories and administrations in the protection and management of their environment to ensure sustainable development for present and future generations.

Side Bar