Citations with the tag: ATLANTIC cod fishing
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- Cod crisis forces Canada to curb fishing.
MacKenzie, D. // New Scientist; 3/7/92, Vol. 133 Issue 1811, p8
Reveals that Canada has curbed fishing of cod off Newfoundland due to dangerously low stocks of the fish. Canada blames the crisis on overfishing by European vessels; Critics say Canada has been taking too much cod; Amount of cod Canadian fishermen had been allowed.
- Valley of the giants.
Rivlin, Michael // Salt Water Sportsman; Jun95, Vol. 56 Issue 6, p58
Focuses on cod and pollock fishing in the Georges Bank and Nantucket Shoals in the North Atlantic Region. Fish hunting over deep-water wrecks; Party boats fishing in the Northeast wrecks; Fishing aboard the boats `Starship' and `Yankee Capts.'; Pollock and cod rigs.
- In old fishing city, catch of the day is no longer for sale.
Jonsson, Patrik // Christian Science Monitor; 11/28/2001, Vol. 94 Issue 4, p2
Discusses the decline of the cod and fishing industry, in light of how fishmongers can no longer buy wares on the docks in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
- The last fish.
Pollack, Susan // Sierra; Jul/Aug95, Vol. 80 Issue 4, p48
Reports on the collapse of the cod-fishing industry in Canada. Newfoundland-based cod-fisher and activist Bernard Martin's comments; Causes of the industry's collapse; Government policy as part of the problem. INSETS: Is New England next?.;Time to fish or cut bait..
- CLOSER TO COD.
Migdalski, Tom // Salt Water Sportsman; May2005, Vol. 66 Issue 5, p104
Provides information on several cod fishing methods.
- Cool off with cod.
Stiles, Darren // Salt Water Sportsman; Sep97, Vol. 58 Issue 9, p62
Features summer cod fishing in New Jersey. Planning ahead for the trip to New Jersey; Cod tackle and bait tips; Cod fishing as an option during the off-season of tuna and shark fishing.
- The lost cod: What happened?.
Moore, Christopher // Beaver; Dec93/Jan94, Vol. 73 Issue 6, p54
Examines the nearly total disappearance of the cod from Canada's east coast fishing banks. Harshest blow on the fishing communities of Newfoundland; Accusations of over-fishing; Marine scientists pointing to the massive change in ocean climate; Historical records showing cod depopulations in...
- Cautious optimism for cod.
Moore, Christopher // Canadian Geographic; Dec2011, Vol. 131 Issue 6, p33
The article presents information related to the moratorium on fishing Atlantic cod in Canada.
- North Sea cod on the brink of collapse.
Pearce, Fred // New Scientist; 02/08/97, Vol. 153 Issue 2068, p6
Cites a warning issued by Robin Cook and colleagues at the Scottish Office's Marine Laboratory in Aberdeen in their paper published in a February 1997 issue of `Nature,' concerning the effect of overfishing on the cod stocks in the North Sea. Exploitation rates for cod fish in the North Sea;...
- Fischler may relent on cod ban.
Pearce, Fred // Food Manufacture; Dec2002, Vol. 77 Issue 12, p10
Reports that the European Commission is examining alternatives to a proposed complete ban on cod fishing in the North Sea. British fishing industry's claims that the ban could shut it down; Implications of an outright ban on the fishing industry.
- Fished out.
McCloskey, William; Alexander, Bryan // International Wildlife; May/Jun93, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p38
Examines how the worldwide decline in cod fish stocks has affected fishermen in Newfoundland. How the decline began after World War II technologies were applied to the building of huge foreign factory ships; Conflict between trawlers and longline and gill-net boats; Department of Fisheries and...
- All fished out.
Kleiner, Kurt // New Scientist; 2/23/2002, Vol. 173 Issue 2331, p11
Reports the effects of overfishing on the populations of North Atlantic cod. Alteration of population dynamics; Decline in the overall fish numbers; Initiative to minimize overfishing.
- Reprieve for cod.
Kleiner, Kurt // New Scientist; 7/11/92, Vol. 135 Issue 1829, p11
Reveals that Canada has banned cod fishing in the Grand Banks of Newfoundland and Labrador. Factors for the steep decline in cod; The tonnage of spawning cod on the Banks was `among the lowest ever observed.'
- Canada's cod leaves science in hot water.
Spurgeon, David // Nature; 3/13/1997, Vol. 386 Issue 6621, p107
Reports on the circumstances surrounding the collapse of a cod fishery at Canada's Grand Banks off the coast of Newfoundland in 1992. The blame for the collapse being placed on flawed models; The claim of the misreporting of data; The political reluctance to persuade fishermen to reduce their...
- Ask SWS.
Bethge, Gerry; Cermele, Joe; Dibenedetto, David // Salt Water Sportsman; Jan2008, Vol. 69 Issue 1, p36
The article presents questions and answers related to fishing including a solution to the three-line wind knot, the best time to fish for cod, and the effectiveness of popular lure styles.
- In hot water...
Pearce, Fred // New Scientist; 11/20/99, Vol. 164 Issue 2213, p14
Focuses on the efforts of Scotland-based Aberdeen Marine Laboratory's Robin Cook to get the British government to consider bigger cuts in the North Sea cod catch. Factors driving the decline in stocks of cod and other white fish off the coast of Europe; Support of the Fisheries Minister Elliot...
- THE HISTORY PART II: From Fertile to Folding Fisheries.
Jackson, Lawrence // Newfoundland; 1995, p30
People of Labrador and Newfoundland were greatly dependent on cod fishing. The fishing season was shorter in Labrador because of the cold climate. Despite various developments, the province was still relied mostly on fish for income. However by the 1970s, cod was a resource in trouble. Fishermen...
- Fish news.
Jackson, Lawrence // Caterer & Hotelkeeper; 11/7/2002, Vol. 191 Issue 4247, p70
Presents various issues related to the fishing industry as of November 7, 2002. Ban on cod fishing in the North Sea; Information on the Rye Bay Catch brand; Findings by the Pesticides Residue Committe on the presence of residues of pesticides in fresh fish and shellfish.
- A Net Loss: Policy Instruments for Commercial Cod Fishing in Sweden.
Sterner, Thomas; Sved�ng, Henrik // AMBIO - A Journal of the Human Environment; Mar2005, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p84
This paper describes the overfishing of the seas, in particular for cod in Sweden. It discusses policy instruments such as individual quotas, labelling and marine reserves. A tentative conclusion is that something needs to be done to the very structure of the policy instruments used. Information...
- Europe's threatened catch.
Kurlansky, Mark // Audubon; Jan/Feb96, Vol. 98 Issue 1, p18
Looks at the effects of overfishing on the decline of cod fish in Britain, Great Britain and the Atlantic cost. Views by fisherman David Hooper; Decrease of Atlantic cod.
- The cod crash: Too little knowledge vs. the lure of big...
Martin, Ann-Louise // UNESCO Sources; Apr98, Issue 100, p13
Focuses on the collapse of the Canadian Newfoundland cod fishing grounds in 1992. Factors which influenced the collapse; Comments from Doctor Brad de Young, an oceanographer at the University of Hawaii; Response of the Canadian government to the disaster.
- END OF THE LINE.
Carroll, Chris // National Geographic; Apr2007, Vol. 211 Issue 4, p90
This article reports on the decimation of Newfoundland's codfish stocks, which had been the area's prime resource for centuries. Canada has been forced to place moratoriums on cod fishing twice since 1997 and now restrict hauls to a bare minimum forcing hundreds of fisherman out of business....
- Seals or cod: A raging Canadian issue.
Carroll, Chris // National Geographic; Aug96, Vol. 190 Issue 2, p137
Recalls how the Canadian government regarded the harp seal as an important culprit when Atlantic cod numbers crashed in 1992. Raising of hunting quota; Hunting rules; Charges of conservationists.
- In Brief.
Carroll, Chris // Alternatives Journal; 2009, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p4
The article offers news briefs related to animal species in Canada. The Greenpeace International, a non-government organization for the conservation and protection of the environment, has launched a campaign on unsustainable fishing practices which decreased the number of Atlantic cods. The...
- The tragedy of the commons.
Gordon, John Steele // American Heritage; Oct98, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p22
Opinion. Examines the impact of collectivism on the level of resource ownership, with reference to cod fishing and free markets. How free markets work; Why these markets perform better than any other kind; Example of what can occur when ownership of resources and costs are socialized; What is...
- FISHERIES WATCH.
Gordon, John Steele // Salt Water Sportsman; Feb2006, Vol. 67 Issue 2, p32
The article presents news briefs about fisheries in the U.S. as of January 2006, including the opening of Massachusetts Bay to cod fishing, reduction in the quota for summer flounder, and proposals to reform fisheries laws in Texas.
- Energy losses due to routine and feeding metabolism in young-of-the-year juvenile Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua).
Buckley, Lawrence J; Peck, Myron A; Bengtson, David A // Canadian Journal of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences; Aug2003, Vol. 60 Issue 8, p929
We examined the effects of body size (3�13 cm total length) and temperature (4.5, 8.0, 12.0, and 15.5 �C) on routine (RR) and feeding (RSDA) energy losses by laboratory-reared, young-of-year juvenile Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua). The magnitude of the effect of temperature on RR, expressed via...
- Ode to a Codfish.
Dybas, Cheryl Lyn // BioScience; Mar2006, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p184
This article looks at the history of cod fishing in the Atlantic waters. Cod fish was once a dominant fish in northwestern Atlantic waters, but cod numbers on the Scotian Shelf have dropped since the 1850s. A team of researchers created an estimate of cod levels in the 1800s using old schooner...
- SOCIAL CHANGE, ECOLOGY AND CLIMATE IN THE 20TH-CENTURY GREENLAND.
Hamilton, Lawrence; Lyster, Per // Climatic Change; Oct2000, Vol. 47 Issue 1/2, p193
Examines the social consequences of environmental change in Greenland during the 20th century. Description of the society and environment in pre-modern Greenland; Rise and fall of cod fishing in the country; Overview of Greenland's shrimp fishery.
- WORLD WATCH.
Hamilton, Lawrence; Lyster, Per // Time International (South Pacific Edition); 2/5/2001, Issue 5, p16
Presents world news briefs as of February 5, 2001. Details of a temporary ban on cod fishing in the North Sea; Withdrawal of some soldiers in Chechnya, Russia; The swearing in of Joseph Kabila as president of Congo; Others.
- Cod's last gasp.
MacKenzie, Debora // New Scientist; 01/27/2001, Vol. 169 Issue 2275, p16
Discusses the idea that the resources of cod are being depleted to dangerous levels. Popularity of cod as a dish in England; Effect of fishing on the species; Difficulty of determining the size of fish stocks; Idea that only a total ban on fishing will allow the cod to return to safe fishing...
- Climate-driven long-term trends in Baltic Sea oxygen concentrations and the potential consequences for eastern Baltic cod (Gadus morhua).
Hinrichsen, Hans-Harald; Huwer, Bastian; Makarchouk, Andrejs; Petereit, Christoph; Schaber, Matthias; Voss, Rudi // ICES Journal of Marine Science / Journal du Conseil; Nov2011, Vol. 68 Issue 10, p2019
Hinrichsen, H-H., Huwer, B., Makarchouk, A., Petereit, C., Schaber, M., and Voss, R. 2011. Climate-driven long-term trends in Baltic Sea oxygen concentrations and the potential consequences for eastern Baltic cod (Gadus morhua). � ICES Journal of Marine Science, 68: 2019�2028.Variations in...
- The Spanish cod fishing industry: Radical production changes without significant changes in the innovation system.
Gonz�lez-L�pez, Manuel // Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management & Innovation; 2012, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p35
This paper studies the changes which have occurred in the Spanish cod fishing industry in the last few years. We also aim to understand the dynamics of industrial change and its relation to institutions, understood here as both formal and informal rules and conventions. Our results suggest that...
- Climate variability and North Sea cod.
O'Brien, Carl M.; Fox, Clive J. // Nature; 3/9/2000, Vol. 404 Issue 6774, p142
Shows that the diminishing stock of North Sea cod is due to overfishing and adverse warm conditions in the North Sea. Need to reduce fishing pressure in the North Sea; Imposition of landing quotas based on annual stock assessment; Role of sea temperature in the location of fish stocks.
- Les Terres Neuviers: Jersey to Gaspé.
Lamy, Arthur // Family Chronicle; Jul/Aug2012, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p10
The article explores the migration of traders from the island of Jersey, off the Brittany Coast, to Gaspé in the 1600s. Prior to Cabot claiming Newfoundland and Jacques Cartier discovering Canada, it is stated that Jerseymen with their Breton and Norman cousins were making the 3,000-mile trip...
- Greenpeace calls for North Sea closure.
Amodeo, Christian // Geographical (Campion Interactive Publishing); Oct2004, Vol. 76 Issue 10, p15
Emphasizes the need for the North and Baltic seas to be closed to fishing, dredging and mineral exploration. Reason behind the proposed closure by the Greenpeace group; Demand for an all-out ban on cod fishing in the seas.
- Effects of sex, stock, and environment on the shape of known-age Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) otoliths.
Cardinale, M.; Doering-Arjes, P.; Kastowsky, M.; Mosegaard, H. // Canadian Journal of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences; Feb2004, Vol. 61 Issue 2, p158
The effects of sex, stock, and environment on the shape of known-age Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) otoliths from the Faroe Islands were investigated. Moreover, the feasibility of otolith shape analysis for stock identification was evaluated. The shape was described by using several normalized...
- Can Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) recover? Exploring trophic explanations for the non-recovery of the cod stock on the eastern Scotian Shelf, Canada.
Bundy, Alida; Fanning, L. Paul // Canadian Journal of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences; Jul2005, Vol. 62 Issue 7, p1474
The Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) stock on the eastern Scotian Shelf collapsed in 1993. Over a decade later, in spite of a fisheries moratorium on cod fishing, this stock is at an all-time low. In parallel with the collapse of the cod stock, the abundance of large cod prey, including forage fish,...
- Structure and functioning of the eastern Scotian Shelf ecosystem before and after the collapse of groundfish stocks in the early 1990s.
Bundy, Alida // Canadian Journal of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences; Jul2005, Vol. 62 Issue 7, p1453
The fishery-induced collapse of the Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) stock on the eastern Scotian Shelf has altered the species composition of this ecosystem. Ecopath mass-balance models of the ecosystem before and after the collapse were developed to explore how the structure, function, and key...
- Back-calculation of previous fish size using individually tagged and marked Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua).
H�ie, H.; Geffen, A. J.; Heegaard, E.; Skadal, J.; Folkvord, A.; Li, L. // Canadian Journal of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences; Nov2008, Vol. 65 Issue 11, p2496
The performance of five back-calculation (B-C) models was tested with individually tagged and multiple alizarin-marked Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) reared at seasonally varying water temperature and food regimes over a 10-month period. The otoliths were transversely sectioned and the otolith...
- Predicted extirpation of the dominant demersal fish in a large marine ecosystem: Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) in the southern Gulf of St. Lawrence.
Chouinard, Ghislain A.; Swain, Douglas P. // Canadian Journal of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences; Nov2008, Vol. 65 Issue 11, p2315
Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) was the dominant demersal fish and most important predator in the southern Gulf of St. Lawrence ecosystem as recently as the 1980s. However, productivity of southern Gulf cod has declined, and the population is no longer viable even in the absence of fishing. We...
- Fisheries: The Lessons of the Grand Banks.
Chouinard, Ghislain A.; Swain, Douglas P. // OECD Observer; May2011, Issue 284, p52
The article focuses on the economic impact of the decline of cods in the Grand Banks of Newfoundland, and the moratorium imposed by the Canadian government on cod fishing on July 2, 1992. It is noted that the moratorium led to mass layoff that affected fishers, employees of processing plants,...
- Residency and depth movements of a coastal group of Atlantic cod ( Gadus morhua L.).
Neat, Francis; Wright, Peter; Zuur, Alain; Gibb, Iain; Gibb, Fiona; Tulett, David; Righton, David; Turner, Robert // Marine Biology; Jan2006, Vol. 148 Issue 3, p643
Atlantic cod stocks are subdivided into geographically and biologically discrete populations; some being locally resident, others migratory. The reasons for the variation in migration pattern and the consequences it may have for population structuring is poorly understood. We studied a group of...
- Between-year variability in the mixing of North Sea herring spawning components leads to pronounced variation in the composition of the catch.
Bierman, Stijn M.; Dickey-Collas, Mark; Van Damme, Cindy J. G.; Overzee, Harri�t M. J. van; Pennock-Vos, M. G.; Tribuhl, Silja V.; Clausen, Lotte A. W. // ICES Journal of Marine Science / Journal du Conseil; Jul2010, Vol. 67 Issue 5, p885
Bierman, S. M., Dickey-Collas, M., van Damme, C. J. G., van Overzee, H. M. J., Pennock-Vos, M. G., Tribuhl, S. V., and Clausen, L. A. W. 2010. Between-year variability in the mixing of North Sea herring spawning components leads to pronounced variation in the composition of the catch. � ICES...
- Comparative evaluation of a mixed-fisheries effort-management system based on the Faroe Islands example.
Baudron, Alan; Ulrich, Clara; Nielsen, J. Rasmus; Boje, Jesper // ICES Journal of Marine Science / Journal du Conseil; Jul2010, Vol. 67 Issue 5, p1036
Baudron, A., Ulrich, C., Nielsen, J. R., and Boje, J. 2010. Comparative evaluation of a mixed-fisheries effort-management system based on the Faroe Islands example. � ICES Journal of Marine Science, 67: 1036�1050. Total allowable catch (TAC) management has in many fisheries, especially mixed...
- Life history consequences of overexploitation to population recovery in Northwest Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua).
Hutchings, Jeffrey A. // Canadian Journal of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences; Apr2005, Vol. 62 Issue 4, p824
Changes to life history traits are often concomitant with prolonged periods of exploitation. In the Northwest Atlantic, 30- to 40-year declines of more than 90% of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) have been associated with significant reductions in age and length at maturity, changes most...
- Will the Real '"Slob" Fishermen Please Stand Up?
Moss, Doug // E: The Environmental Magazine; Jul/Aug2005, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p4
In this article, the author discusses about environmental hazards in relation to the fishing industry. The author compares his childhood days with the present scenario of environmental problems. He states that as a child he was very fond of eating baby bluefish but today he don't even think...
- Plenty more fish in the sea?
Gardner, Tina // Geographical (Campion Interactive Publishing); Apr2004, Vol. 76 Issue 4, p22
Discusses the reasons for the decreasing number of cod fishes in the North Atlantic. Exploitation of cod fishing in Newfoundland; Effects of climate oscillations on cod fishes; Influence of consumer demands on the formulation of fishing policies.
- Influence of environment and fleet dynamics on catch rates of eastern Scotian Shelf cod through the early 1980s.
Gillis, D. M.; Frank, K. T. // ICES Journal of Marine Science / Journal du Conseil; Feb2001, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p61
An analysis of the Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) fishery on the eastern Scotian Shelf indicates that environmentally induced fluctuations in fish abundance or availability can influence catch rates beyond the immediate area of their impact through fleet dynamics. Each autumn, cod leave the Gulf of...
- temperature gauge.
Gillis, D. M.; Frank, K. T. // Earth Island Journal; Spring2011, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p14
The article offers news briefs worldwide related to climatic change. Seas around Scandinavia was considered too warm for Atlantic cod which caused declines in catches for fishermen. Bangladesh was said to be one of the countries to be hit by the rising of sea level. Existential dilemma was seen...