Accelerating the recovery of the European Eel

Science Print Media

It is the role of science in the triumvirate science-conservation-commercial, to (1) provide information on status and trends in the eel stock, to (2) quantify opportunities and threats to the recovery, and to (3) provide insights into the ongoing processes (biological, socio-economic, societal, etc). SEG aims to achieve this by initiating/supporting research projects, by advancing eel issues in research programmes, and above all, by stimulating the communication between science and others involved in eel recovery.

Wednesday 31 August 2016

LE MONDE – La Chine nourrit le traffic international de civelles

La Chine nourrit le traffic international de civelles L’alevin d’anguille, espèce menacée d’extinction, est interdit à l’exportation hors de l’Europe depuis 2010 Author: M. Valo …

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Wednesday 31 August 2016

THE GUARDIAN – Illegal eel: black market continues to taint Europe’s eel fishery

Illegal eel: black market continues to taint Europe’s eel fishery Author: Emma Bryce Source: The Guardian This year the banks of France’s great rivers have …

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Wednesday 31 August 2016

THE GUARDIAN – Illegal eel: who is pilfering Europe’s catch?

Illegal eel: who is pilfering Europe’s catch? Author: Emma Bryce Source: The Guardian In January 2016, David Baker, an ecologist at The University of Hong …

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