WSCS General Assembly (GA), November 18, 2020 (virtual) The annual General Assembly of WSCS has been held virtually on 2 December 2020. There was a notable participation of members with over 74 presences. The agenda is shown below. Other presentations, in addition to that of
We have the pleasure to inform you of this WWF event: "Dear sturgeon experts, WWF's EU funded LIFE for Danube Sturgeons Project aiming to preventing and counteracting poaching and illegal wildlife trade is coming to a close this year, in the midst of very turbulent
In a recent article published in the journal GENES being cited repeatedly in newspapers, a group of Hungarian scientists reported on their unexpected successful production of a hybrid between a female Russian sturgeon (Acipenser gueldenstaedtii) and a male American Paddlefish (Polyodon spatula). Their result confirms
We would like to pay tribute to an amazing scientist and mentor, Dr. Serge I. Doroshov the “father of sturgeon aquaculture” in North America. A title he himself never claimed. Dr. Doroshov was born in western Siberia, Russia in 1937. He lost his father and mother
We would like to cordially invite you to this year`s General Assembly of the World Sturgeon Conservation Society. The GA will take place on the 18th of November from 3 to 5 pm CET. As a premiere due to the pandemic situation, the GA will be held digitally
The International Association for Danube Research, Austria in cooperation with the Institute for Integral Development and Environment, Slovenia, have prepared an e-book and a colouring book addressed to children of all ages. The book highlights the adventures of a little sturgeon and the challenges he
The NASPS virtual meeting will be held from 7:45 AM-2:15 PM Pacific Standard Time (PST) on October 27, 7:45 AM-2:30 PM PST on October 28, and 7:45 AM-1:30 PM PST on October 29. Registration for the webinar will be available soon on the NASPS
King's trophy fish found preserved in centuries-old Danish shipwreck Two-metre-long sturgeon found in pantry of Danish king’s vessel that sank in 1495 A two-metre-long sturgeon, a species today near extinction, has been found preserved in the pantry of a 500-year-old Danish royal shipwreck in the
DSTF issues a position paper on the need for a continuation of the sturgeon fishing moratorium in the Danube River and Black Sea The Danube Sturgeon Task Force is a multi-stakeholder group, platform and interface for the conservation of Danube-Black Sea sturgeons within the
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