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  2. Lobster fishing restarts in the Caribbean Sea - FIS

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    Lobster fishing restarts in the Caribbean Sea
    FIS
    ... of the Fisheries and Aquaculture Sector of the Central American Isthmus (Ospesca), of May 2009, the management measures of the lobster fisheries governing the region were unified, binding for its member countries with jurisdiction in the Caribbean Sea.

  3. Caribbean experts outline shark and ray conservation measures - SeafoodSource (blog)

    SeafoodSource (blog)

    Caribbean experts outline shark and ray conservation measures
    SeafoodSource (blog)
    Caribbean fisheries experts recently made several recommendations for the conservation of overexploited species of sharks and rays, which will likely be adopted and implemented throughout the region by next year. ... of the WECAFC, the Convention on ...
    Caribbean fisheries scientists review status of main fish stocks in the regionSt. Lucia Times Online News (press release)

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  4. Conservation and management of sharks and rays - St. Lucia Times Online News (press release)

    St. Lucia Times Online News (press release)

    Conservation and management of sharks and rays
    St. Lucia Times Online News (press release)
    PRESS RELEASE: October 23, 2017, Bridgetown, Barbados: Shark and ray fisheries and conservation experts, as well as fisheries officers, from 15 Caribbean countries met here last week to discuss the status of the shark and ray populations in the ...

  5. Caribbean agencies to sign landmark agreement - St. Lucia Times Online News (press release)

    St. Lucia Times Online News (press release)

    Caribbean agencies to sign landmark agreement
    St. Lucia Times Online News (press release)
    Eight intergovernmental organizations involved in the management of marine resources in the Caribbean and the North Brazil Shelf Large Marine Ecosystems (CLME+) region are expected to sign a landmark agreement for strengthened coordination and ...

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  6. Spiny lobster abundance study at Glover's Reef, Belize finds fishery in good shape - Phys.Org

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    Spiny lobster abundance study at Glover's Reef, Belize finds fishery in good shape
    Phys.Org
    "Essential to modern fisheries management are estimates of how many fish there are in the sea. In the Caribbean, abundance studies of commercially valuable species such as lobster provide a critical scientific foundation for management decisions," said Dr.

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  7. Federación. - Diario Oficial de la Federacion (Comunicado de prensa)

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    Diario Oficial de la Federacion (Comunicado de prensa)
    En las condiciones climáticas imperantes en la región, la pesquería se ha considerado plenamente desarrollada pero estable, no obstante, evaluaciones recientes del recurso en la Plataforma de Yucatán, indican que la tasa de explotación se ha ...

  8. Fishers Fight Over Dwindling Catch - Inter Press Service

    Inter Press Service

    Fishers Fight Over Dwindling Catch
    Inter Press Service
    PUERTO DE LA LIBERTAD, El Salvador, Feb 7 2013 (IPS) - Boats were tying up at the jetty and there was a bustle of activity as vendors cried their wares, offering shellfish to potential buyers, while young people, sharp knives in hand, filleted sea bass ...

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  9. Devoted to Keeping Lobster Divers of Honduras Alive - New York Times

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    Devoted to Keeping Lobster Divers of Honduras Alive
    New York Times
    La Ceiba, Honduras AT a modest clinic down a dirt road, there are rocking chairs on the front porch and a hyperbaric chamber in the front room where Dr. Elmer Mejía treats deep-sea lobster divers who arrive paralyzed but walk out days later. Courtly in ...

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  10. WWF welcomes Caribbean Spiny Lobster fishing ban - WWF International

    WWF International

    WWF welcomes Caribbean Spiny Lobster fishing ban
    WWF International
    Central America, 1 March 2010 – For the first time in Central America Caribbean, Spiny lobster fishing will be banned from the region's waters during the species' reproductive season, raising hopes for more responsible fishing practices in the region ...

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