A handbook for fisheries stakeholders on the variety and usage of information and communication technologies (ICTs) for small-scale fisheries. Una nuevo guia para las partes interesados an… Read more “ICTs for Small-scale fisheries/TIC para la pesca artisanal”
PeskAAS: open-source, near-real time monitoring for small-scale fisheries
The latest publication from Alex came out at the end of 2020 in PLoS One and details the open-source, near-real-time monitoring system that was developed and tested… Read more “PeskAAS: open-source, near-real time monitoring for small-scale fisheries”
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How to kill lionfishes… better.
The beautiful lionfishes that float effortlessly on splayed fins in Pacific waters have never been such welcome visitors to the Caribbean since they were first sighted off… Read more “How to kill lionfishes… better.”
New Talking Oceans Channel on Youtube!
We are very happy to present the newly created Talking Oceans Channel on Youtube. Launched with our promotional video for Festival CineMar. Bringing the oceans to Bogotá… Read more “New Talking Oceans Channel on Youtube!”
Keeping up with the Kids
A crucial part of Talking Oceans is outreach and awareness raising about marine conservation, and recently we had the chance to interact with ~200 pupils from Alex’s… Read more “Keeping up with the Kids”
Urgente, las rayas también necesitan amor! #raysneedlove2
Este mes tuvimos el placer de asistir a la Conferencia International de Tiburones en Durban, Sur Africa. La conferencia se celebra cada 4 años presentando los avances de la… Read more “Urgente, las rayas también necesitan amor! #raysneedlove2”
#raysneedlove2 – urgently!
Earlier this month we were at the Sharks International 2014 conference in Durban, South Africa. This conference presents recent progress made every four years in the study of… Read more “#raysneedlove2 – urgently!”
Chomes: A little village taking a stand for mangroves
Our first approach to the little fishing community of Chomes was from above. A low quality satellite image from Google Earth showing a fragmented system of mangroves… Read more “Chomes: A little village taking a stand for mangroves”
Two glimmers of hope for sharks in Costa Rica?
The Gulf of Nicoya, situated midway along Costa Rica’s Pacific coast is home to more than 17,000 hectares of mangrove forest composed of 6 different species. These… Read more “Two glimmers of hope for sharks in Costa Rica?”