Citations with the tag: ABALONE fisheries
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- Californians rally to rescue dwindling seafood delicacy.
Hanson, Gayle M.B. // Insight on the News; 10/06/97, Vol. 13 Issue 37, p38
Opinion. Focuses on the abalone industry in California. Details on the devastation of the industry by a parasitic worm; Name of the worm; Information on the order issued to stop the harvesting of wild red abalone by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife; Comments from John Duffy, the...
- Farming abalone.
Hanson, Gayle M.B. // NZ Business; Jul97, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p4
Provides information on the development of a standardized technology for commercial hatching and growing abalone (paua) by former fisherman and green mussel farming pioneer, Stuart McFarlane. Information on his company, Abalonics who has patented the technology worldwide; Destribution of...
- Floating abalone farm commences first full year of operations.
Hanson, Gayle M.B. // Professional Fisherman; Feb2003, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p10
Reports that Australia's first floating abalone farm has headed to sea to begin its first full year of operation. Two million dollar refitting of Destiny Abalone.
- White Abalone: Loved to Death.
Franz, Damon // E: The Environmental Magazine; Mar/Apr2000, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p19
Focuses on the possible extinction of white abalone along California's coastline from Mexico to Oregon. Effect of intense commercial and recreational harvesting of white abalone; Conservation of white abalone through breeding.
McRoberts, Barry // Professional Fisherman; Oct2003, Vol. 25 Issue 12, p7
Addresses the issue of abalone fishing poaching in Australia. Reason why abalone fishing is prone to poaching; Steps taken by authorities to control abalone fishing poaching; Factors that hinder the authorities' efforts to stop poaching.
- Capture or culture?
McRoberts, Barry // Geography; Oct99, Vol. 84 Issue 365, p364
Looks at global trends in abalone fisheries. Effect of the increase in the market for luxury food products in the wealthier countries of the world; Habitat of abalone; Information on abalone farming.
- Chinese fishermen of Santa Barbara and Santa Rosa Island.
Bentz, Linda // Chinese America: History & Perspectives; 1997, p129
Studies the impact of Chinese fishermen on two California locations, Santa Barbara and Santa Rosa Island. Events that contributed to the decline of the Chinese fishing industry in California; Organization of fishing companies; History of overseas Chinese abalone collectors.
- Chinese New year abalone poaching spree in Australia and New Zealand.
Bentz, Linda // Ausmarine; Mar2008, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p15
The article focuses on the abalone trade in Australia and New Zealand. Prized by the Chinese, the demand for the shellfish is high during its peak season in the Chinese Lunar New Year. It is estimated that for every two abalone that is taken legally, there is one that is taken for the black...
- Pan-Fried to Extinction.
Helvarg, David // Sierra; Mar/Apr2001, Vol. 86 Issue 2, p28
Deals with the decline in the number of abalones in California. Discussions on commercial abalone diving; Market demand for abalones; Breeding programs; Conservation efforts.
- Novel testing to ensure sustainable abalone.
Helvarg, David // Professional Fisherman; Oct2002, Vol. 24 Issue 12, p10
Reports on the abalone fishery experiments of the University of Melbourne scientist in Melbourne, Victoria. Effect of density on the growth rates and survival of greenlip abalone under fishing; Conduction of controlled ecological experiments in a marine environment; Financial support of the...
- Workshop tackles abalone disease threat.
Helvarg, David // Professional Fisherman; Oct2003, Vol. 25 Issue 12, p8
Reports on the impact of the Perkinsus disease on New South Wales abalone fisheries. Characteristics of the disease; Steps taken by authorities to address the problem created by Perkinsus; Environmental condition associated with the disease.
Helvarg, David // Professional Fisherman; Oct2005, Vol. 27 Issue 12, p7
The article explores key issues relevant to the fishing industry in Australia. These are the following: proposal to create an annual award to recognize the courage of the seven men of the "Moira Elizabeth" and the "Josephine Jean" during the "98 Sydney to Hobart tragedy"; state of sport fishing...
- Men caught plundering marine national park.
Helvarg, David // Ausmarine; Apr2010, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p13
The article reports on the arrest of two men after taking abalone from the intertidal zone of the Bunurong Marine National Park in Victoria.
- Four Melbournians facing abalone theft charges.
Andrae, Dominic // Ausmarine; Jan2007, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p12
The article reports on an abalone theft by two men and two women from Melbourne, Victoria on December 5, 2006. The four persons were intercepted by the Fisheries Officers from Lakes Entrance at East Cape Conran of Melbourne. The regulation states that a person can only catch a maximum of 5...
- Abalone recovery workshop held.
Wiwchar, David // Raven's Eye; Mar2003, Vol. 6 Issue 11, p5
Reports on the organization of an abalone fisheries recovery action plan workshop in Port Alberni, British Columbia. Aim of the workshop to rebuild decimated abalone populations; Amount of money to be spend by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans to rebuild abalone population; Possible...
- A shellfish worth its weight in gold.
Highet, Juliet // Middle East; Jul2008, Issue 391, p60
The article discusses the valuable abalone fisheries in Oman. It cites that abalone exceeds the approximate revenue of frankincense, Oman's age old export in commercial value, with $60 million estimated annual revenue. It cites that Omani government due to decrease stocks of abalone restricts...
- NEWS Bites.
Highet, Juliet // Professional Fisherman; Nov2003, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p10
Presents news briefs related to the fishing industry in Australia as of November 2003. Arrest of seven people for illegal abalone fishing in New South Wales; Optimistic outlook for coast tuna and billfish industry.
- Ocean Cylinder.
Lee, Dick // Professional Fisherman; Mar2002, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p23
Evaluates the boat 'Ocean Cylinder,' by Queensland Ships. Features; Buyers of abalone dive boats; Details of mechanical specifications.
- Victoria: the 'Abalone Centre of the World'
Lee, Dick // Professional Fisherman; Nov2001, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p13
Reports on the launch of program to promote the abalone industry of Victoria on October 3, 2001 in Melbourne, Australia. Annual export value.
- Western Australian government fines five Perth men for abalone overfishing.
Lee, Dick // Ausmarine; Mar2013, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p14
The article reports that five men in Western Australia were fined $22,000 by the Southern Region Fisheries and Marine Officers (FMOs) of the Western Australian government for abalone overfishing in Augusta in November 2012.
- Perception of light intensity by Haliotis discus discus based on locomotor activity patterns.
MORIKAWA, YOSHITAKA; NORMAN, CHRISTOPHER PAUL // Fisheries Science; Jun2003, Vol. 69 Issue 3, p478
An apparatus to measure the locomotor activity of aquatic benthic organisms at variable low light levels was developed and the diurnal behavioral pattern of the abalone Haliotis discus discus was measured at various low light intensities. During the experiment, abalone were exposed to 12 h...
- VICTORIAN ABALONE INDUSTRY UNDER THREAT FROM VIRUS.
Andrae, Dominic // Ausmarine; Jan2007, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p12
The article reports on the problems of Victoria's seafood industry. A herpes-like virus has destroyed a number of wild abalone beds in Melbourne. It was first detected in 2005 near Portland. The state government is being blamed by the members of the abalone industry for its inaction. The article...
- Australian Bight Abalone anticipated March shipment.
Andrae, Dominic // Ausmarine; Apr2007, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p12
The article reports on the expectation of Australian Bight Abalone (ABA) to have its first batch of cage farmed abalone ready to ship to Japan in March 2007. The company's first shipment is happening after two years, ahead of schedule. According to Kenny Bascombe, director of ABA, the company's...
- Alleged abalone trafficker arrested.
Andrae, Dominic // Professional Fisherman; Nov2004, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p12
Reports that Shane DeGelder has been arrested and charged with trafficking after allegedly being caught with a commercial quantity of abalone at Walkerville in South Gippsland, Victoria. Declaration of Prosecutor Mark Breguet about the unacceptable bail risk posed by DeGelder; Strict conditions...
- Crikey, leading the way to improved property rights for fishermen!
Andrae, Dominic // Professional Fisherman; Oct2005, Vol. 27 Issue 12, p21
The article focuses on the development of a property ownership system with application in the fishing industry by Victorian company, Private Titles Office, with assistance from Fitzpatrick Teale Solicitors and Consultants. The technology revolves around a contractual arrangement that enables a...
- A new destiny for abalone grow-out ship.
Andrae, Dominic // Professional Fisherman; Dec2001, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p15
Provides information on the ship-based green lip abalone grow-out facility of Destiny Abalone in Australia. Description of the cargo vessel in which the abalone will be produced; Advantages of ship-based production over onshore or land-based commercial aquaculture operations; Information on the...
- Australian abalone growers form united marketing force.
Andrae, Dominic // Professional Fisherman; Jan2005, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p8
Reports that five of the largest abalone farms in Australia have established an export marketing company called Ausab. Tonnes of abalone that Ausab plans to export during 2005; Appointment of Yaosan International as marketing consultant for the company; Statement of Yaosan executive Craig Kelly...
- UNDERWATER UPS AND DOWNS.
Duane, Daniel // Sierra; Mar/Apr2006, Vol. 91 Issue 2, p42
The article discusses the author's experience of diving into the last abalone fishery of California. He along with Mark James went to dive and collect specimen of abalone. James protects abalone by diving deep and taking specimens by hand. James disappeared suddenly and when he tried to follow...
- 'Awabi Diva' Elite Marine's Oceancat 3100.
Brown, Mike // Professional Fisherman; Feb2005, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p24
This article reports that there are strong and varied views on what constitutes the best hull form for an abalone vessel. Dion Edmunds of South Australia's Streaky Bay has views as strong as any, and his are firmly on the side of catamarans. The Oceancat 3100 is 9.9 metres by 3.5 dimensions that...
- A LOT ABALONE.
Moore, Harrison L. // National Review; 8/23/1985, Vol. 37 Issue 16, p34
Reports that businessman George Lockwood is taking his Monterey Abalone Farms abalone business in Monterey, California to the Kona coast of Hawaii on account of interference in his business by the state of California and 55 different government agencies in the United States. Creation of a new...
- DEVELOPMENT OF SEA URCHIN FISHERY.
Moore, Harrison L. // BioScience; Aug1972, Vol. 22 Issue 8, p487
The article discusses a study on the processing of red sea urchin and their distribution facilities and potential for the roe. In laboratories at Tiburon, California by the National Marine Fisheries Service, red sea urchins were placed in trial basis to determine their potential in commercial...
- The Luckless SEA OTTER.
Moore, Harrison L. // American Heritage; Oct1970, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p108
The article explains that the rare California sea otter, Enhydra Lutris Nereis, is facing a threat of extinction from California commercial abalone fishermen, who blame the otters for the destruction of abalone beds. The fishermen lobbied for legislation to permit hunting or relocation of the...
- Multi-sector resource allocation and integrated management of abalone stocks in Western Australia: review and discussion of management strategies.
Mitchell, Ronald; Baba, Osamu // Fisheries Science; Apr2006, Vol. 72 Issue 2, p278
Fishery policy formation is a multilateral political process that typically involves conflicting attitudes towards management, and opposing interests among resource users. As fisheries resources continue to decline, conflict between and within fishing sectors will grow. The challenge for...
- New Dawn.
Mitchell, Ronald; Baba, Osamu // Ausmarine; Mar2008, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p44
The article reviews the book "New Dawn: For Access to High Yielding Investments in the Australian Abalone Industry."
- "The Californian Abalone Industry" (Book).
Mitchell, Ronald; Baba, Osamu // Professional Fisherman; Jun2003, Vol. 25 Issue 8, p41
Reviews the book 'The Californian Abalone Industry: A Pictorial History,' by A.L. Lundy.
- A case study of abalone poaching in South Africa and its impact on fisheries management.
Hauck, M.; Sweijd, N. A. // ICES Journal of Marine Science / Journal du Conseil; Dec1999, Vol. 56 Issue 6, p1024
In South Africa, as fisheries management continues to move through a transformation process, it is confronted with a myriad of uncertain scenarios which have the potential to jeopardize its objectives. One such situation, which has proved to be threatening to the sustainable utilization of...
- And the lord said unto the fisherman, "Shove off, this area has development approval.".
McRoberts, Barry // Ausmarine; Apr2006, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p7
Expresses opinion on several issues related to the fishing industry in Australia. Commitment of the government to the Working Harbour status of Sydney, New South Wales; Popularity of fish substitution among retailers and restaurateurs; Decision of the Fisheries Research and Development Corp. to...
Anderson, Guy // Professional Fisherman; Feb2004, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p26
Evaluates a conventional glass reinforced plastic abalone fishing boat designed by Jim Wynne and built by HT Fiberglass Marine Services. Characteristics of its cockpit; Engine and other features; Pros and cons.
- SA Charter boat management plan.
Anderson, Guy // Professional Fisherman; Jun2005, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p9
This article reports that Rory McEwen, Minister for Agriculture, Food and Fisheries of South Australia, has released a new management plan for the state's charter boat industry. McEwen said that the plan which includes a licensing system for charter boat operators is the result of extensive...
- Agricultural commodities: Fisheries.
George, Daniel // Agricultural Commodity Statistics; 2011, p83
The article offers an outlook for the fishery industry in Australia for 2011-2012. It expects a 2 per cent increase in the gross value of fisheries production from 2.18 billion dollars in 2010-2011 to 2.21 billion dollars. It also predicts that value of tuna and oyster fishery products is...
- Parentage testing for hatchery-produced abalone Haliotis discus hannai based on microsatellite markers: preliminary evaluation of early growth of selected strains in mixed family farming.
HARA, Motoyuki; SEKINO, Masashi // Fisheries Science; Aug2007, Vol. 73 Issue 4, p831
This study dealt with the detection of parentage in a mixed family tank of abalone Haliotis discus hannai using microsatellite DNA markers. As a preliminary investigation, the early growth rate between selected and non-selected abalone families, which were reared together in the mixed family...
- Fertilization in a suite of coastal marine invertebrates from SE Australia is robust to near-future ocean warming and acidification.
Byrne, Maria; Soars, Natalie; Ho, Melanie; Wong, Eunice; McElroy, David; Selvakumaraswamy, Paulina; Dworjanyn, Symon; Davis, Andrew // Marine Biology; Sep2010, Vol. 157 Issue 9, p2061
Climate change driven ocean acidification and hypercapnia may have a negative impact on fertilization in marine organisms because of the narcotic effect these stressors exert on sperm. In contrast, warmer, less viscous water may have a positive influence on sperm swimming speed and so ocean...