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  1. Tuna - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuna
    A tuna is a sal****er finfish that belongs to the tribe Thunnini, a sub-grouping of the ... Their circulatory and respiratory systems are unique among fish, enabling them to .... established that based on both molecular and morphological considerations, .... Thunnus are widely but sparsely distributed throughout the oceans of the ...
  2. Offshore aquaculture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Offshore_aquaculture
    Offshore aquaculture uses fish cages similar to these inshore ones, except they are ... Offshore aquaculture, also known as open ocean aquaculture, is an emerging ... In 1970, a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) grant ... To withstand the high energy offshore environment, farms must be built to be ...
  3. What is Marine Biology? - MarineBio.org

    marinebio.org/oceans/marine-biology.asp
    Simply put, marine biology is the study of life in the oceans and other sal****er ... Hypotheses are then formulated and then tested based on a number of ... used in the study of marine biology, which includes numerous sub fields including: ... sustainable seafood sources because of the world's dependence on fish for protein.
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    Submarine cables and the oceans: connecting the world

    www.iscpc.org/publications/ICPC-UNEP_Report.pdf
    the ocean based on present trends in offshore con servation, renewable energy development and resource exploitation. There is no doubt that the oceans, and ...
  5. 3. highly migratory species - FAO

    www.fao.org/docrep/009/a0653e/a0653e05.htm
    They include tuna and tuna-like species, oceanic sharks, pomfrets, sauries and dolphinfish. ... The information presented in this section is based primarily on the recent ... bonitos, mackerels and tunas) belong to the sub-order Scombroidei. ... I. platypterus was formerly restricted to the Indian and Pacific Oceans, but is now ...
  6. The Global Oceans Regime - Council on Foreign Relations

    www.cfr.org › Oceans
    Commercial ships keep to the surface but produce carbon-based emissions. ... The water, in response, warms and acidifies, destroying habitats like ... fish stocks to establishing proper regulatory measures for offshore oil and gas drilling. ... carrier in 2010, and is investing heavily in submarines outfitted with ballistic missiles.
  7. ocean - National Geographic Education

    education.nationalgeographic.com/education/encyclopedia/ocean/
    Mars probably had oceans billions of years ago, but ice and dry seabeds are all that remain today. Europa .... Ocean food chains constantly recycle food and energy this way. ... Popular subsistence and commercial fish are tuna, cod, and shrimp. ... Offshore oil rigs pump petroleum from wells drilled into the continental shelf.
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    OFFSHORE ECOSYSTEMS AND HABITATS - Gulf of Maine Council

    www.gulfofmaine.org/2/wp.../10/offshore-ecosystems-and-habitats.pdf
    part of the Canadian Healthy Oceans network, www.chone.ca (Photo credit: ..... national defence (ocean based), fisheries management, coast guard, and ... the early 2000s, many commercial fish populations on the American portion of ... The Gulf of Maine, with its significant resources of mar


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