A perfect example to show that data is very important to alleviating environmental impacts, which was discussed as a possibility in a previous post. In this instance, data is looked at in terms of marine resources and coastal management.
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People have the power to improve our ocean resources. Understanding the current health of these resources and the needs of those who use them is the first step toward making decisions that protect them for the future. 540 more words
The Centre for Fisheries Ecosystems Research (CFER) (www.mi.mun.ca/cfer) within the Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University is focused on fisheries science and the marine ecosystems of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. 221 more words
Registry for Youmares, the conference for young marine researchers, is now open! Several exciting fisheries related sessions are accepting abstracts until the 15th of June… 167 more words
The document titled the “Future We Want” highlights the ocean’s contribution to growth, stating; “We stress the importance of the conservation and sustainable use of the oceans and seas and of their resources for sustainable development… 1,034 more words