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What does the number 400 have to do with tuna? Thoughts on World Tuna Day
A week ago, the world’s CO2 concentration in the atmosphere just breached the 400 parts per million ...
How our Indonesian tagging experience made this Philippine one a success
When we launched the tuna tracking map story in time for the World Tuna Day last May 2, we got a ...
Sharing Wins and Losses in Tuna Boats
Tuna fishing boats may look simple, but their operations are governed by clear rules about how ...
Baits, Squids, Tuna and Me
Just minutes after sundown, the generator was started to produce enough juice to light up six large ...
What is it like working on a tuna handline boat?
Joining fishers on a handline boat for several days is far from what it’s like on board a cruise ...
“Sustainable Overfishing” in Mindoro
Tuna fishing using handline is often branded as sustainable. But is it really? In Mindoro, this ...
A premature tuna tag recovery is a blessing in disguise
Upon learning that one of the tuna pop-up tags had been found, my immediate reaction was one of ...
A tuna tag recovered
As I scanned through my email inbox during the tagging last November, one item stood out: a ...
Yellowfin tuna strikes back, sinks boat!!!
Interesting news bit: A tuna handline fishing boat FB Harvester, was rammed by a 66 kg yellowfin ...
Rough seas, tuna tag recovery
Just returned from another aborted tuna tagging due to very rough seas. Managed to tag two large ...
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Tracking Map Reveals Tuna Movements in the Coral Triangle Region (1 May 2013)