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Thank you for visiting OneOcean.org. Following the completion of the FISH Project in 2010, this website has been put on indefinite hiatus. Updates will resume when a new project takes over the website's management.

OCTOBER 2010
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Feature:
A Message To Our Friends & Partners

New downloads
- 7 Years & 4 Seas: Our Quest for Sustainable Fisheries (A special end-of-project report to partners on the implementation of the Fisheries Improved for Sustainable Harvest (FISH) Project (Note: FIRST POSTED 10/28/2010; REPOSTED WITH REVISIONS 11/5/2010)
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Managing Municipal Marine Capture Fisheries in the Philippines: Context, Framework, Concepts & Principles
- Local Administrative Adjudication of Fishery Cases (Can this be an innovative alternative to Criminal Prosecution of Fishery Cases?
News:
- Fisheries production to grow 8% in 2010 despite El Niño
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RP adopts Southeast Asia action plan for marine conservation
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DENR creates task force to monitor coral bleaching
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UN chief highlights collective responsibility to protect world’s oceans
- World pays high price for overfishing, studies say
- First global guidelines for certification of fish production finalized – UN
- Marine census results released
- Asian chief justices, judges propose network to promote environment justice
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China tops world in catch and consumption of fish
- Coral death strikes at SE Asia

 ... More News

Given the many issues in th e marine fisheries sector, it is easy to miss its potentials, yet opportunities for management do exist. (In Turbulent Seas: The Status of Philippine Marine Fisheries 2004)
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