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
The WSCS, together with over 100 aquatic scientific societies, responded to the call of the American Fisheries Society to sound a climate change alarm and to raise the level of attention on the serious impacts that climate changes are already having on marine, coastal and
The catastrophic and never seen low water flow of the Kuban River, combined with the predicted very hot second half of summer, caused a deterioration of the water quality in the Krasnodar reservoir and a threat to the sturgeon broodstock of the Kubanbioresursi State Regional Centre of
Dear Word Fish Migration Day colleagues, We would like to share specially with our WFMD present and past participants this important news beforehand. Tomorrow on July 28th at 00:01 European Central Time we will be releasing the first-ever Living Planet Index for Migratory Freshwater
180,000 juvenile Ship sturgeon released into the Sefidroud River (south of the Caspian Sea) by Iran despite the Covid-19 crisis Ship sturgeon (Acipenser nudiventris) is one of the 27 species of Acipenseridae, whose offspring are in great danger of extinction, and unfortunately there is no
Sturgeon in the New York Times! This article describes how the Donella Miller of the Yakama Nation is working to develop local caviar production as part of the conservation strategy for Columbia River white sturgeon. Read more
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