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'Undesirable' evolution can be reversed in fish, Stony Brook University scientists show

...petitively disadvantaged. This has also been a loss for commercial fishers who seek big fish for their livelihoods, recreational anglers in pursuit of trophy fish, and seafood consumers who desire large portions on their plates. This study demonstrates for the first time ever that detrimental evolution i...

Historical photographs expose decline in Florida's reef fish, new Scripps study finds

...chan mentions in her paper that the price of sport fishing trips has not declined in conjunction with the size and weight of the caught fish. Although trophy fish dropped more than 88 percent in average fish weight, the trip costs remained steady, ranging from $40 to $48 per person (adjusted for inflation),...

Karen Beemon wins the 2007 Retrovirology Prize

...It was announced today that Dr Karen Beemon has been awarded the third annual Retrovirology Prize. Dr Beemon will receive a $3000 cheque and a crystal trophy and is interviewed in an article published today in the open access journal Retrovirology. She is Professor and Chair of the Biology Department, Johns...

Canada's pristine freshwater fisheries at risk

... (SEPTEMBER 19, 2007) -- If you want to catch a trophy northern pike, walleye or brook trout in the northern Canadian wilderness, better plan your trip soon. Thats because according to a report released t...

Canada's pristine freshwater fisheries at risk

... (SEPTEMBER 19, 2007) -- If you want to catch a trophy northern pike, walleye or brook trout in the northern Canadian wilderness, better plan your trip soon. Thats because according to a report released t...

Serengeti patrols cut poaching of buffalo, elephants, rhinos

...black rhinos in the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. "Wildlife within protected areas is under increasing threat from the bushmeat and illegal trophy trades, and many argue that enforcement within protected areas is not sufficient to protect wildlife. Some say the $2 million spent annually in the Se...

A human taste for rarity spells disaster for endangered species

...asingly rare specimen, the authors suggest, that finished the bird off. And trophy hunting collectors have placed increasing pressure on rare species as their...curbing these human activities. Education could even mitigate the damage of trophy hunting and luxury consumption if society stigmatized activities responsibl...
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