Fisheries, Aquaculture & Marine Ecosystems (FAME)


Stock Assessment Workshop - Advanced

Stock Assessment Workshop - Introductory SAW

OFP Pre-assessment workshop

Responsible sport fishing - Handling fish caught on surface lures and jigs

Produced by Nearshore Fisheries Development Section of the Pacific Community (SPC) and the Southern Province of New Caledonia. Scientific adverser: Michel Blanc, Nearshore Fisheries Development Adviser, Pacific Community (SPC) Emmanuel Coutures,…

Gender, human rights and sustainable resource management important aspects of significant Pacific-EU Marine Partnership Programme

(Photo Credit: Francisco Blaha, Marshall Islands)

Norway fisheries and aquaculture scientists visit the Pacific to explore scientific collaboration possibilities

The Pacific Community (SPC) is hosting a delegation of Norwegian fisheries and aquaculture scientists and marine resources managers to scope out ways of sharing Norway’s extensive experience and marine capabilities with the Pacific region. The team was…

Introductory address at the 11th Heads of Fisheries Meeting by Cameron Diver, Deputy Director-General of the Pacific Community (SPC)

11th Heads of Fisheries Meeting   Introductory address Cameron Diver, Deputy Director-General of the Pacific Community (SPC) Noumea, New Caledonia, 11 March 2019 Kia ora tātau. E ngā mana, E ngā reo, E rau Rangatira mā, Ngā mihi nui kia koutou katoa.…

Women in Fisheries Information Bulletin #29

The Pacific Community is happy to share issue of the Women in Fisheries Information Bulletin on International Women’s Day. The bulletin highlights the critical role women play in the fisheries sector in the Pacific. Read more on FAME website

Small-pond tilapia aquaculture and aquaponics featured at Global Climate Change Alliance meeting

Small-pond aquaculture and aquaponics with tilapia fish was showcased within a climate change context at the “Market Place” session of the Global Climate Change Alliance project inception meeting on Scaling Up Pacific Adaptation GCCA+SUPA in Suva this…

Mercury and tuna: a matter of size, species, and origin

A highly popular dish around the world, tuna meat unfortunately contains a toxin, methylmercury, focus of a joint transdisciplinary IRD-SPC study. For the first time, scientists were able to map mercury contained in tuna fish from the Western and Central…
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