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IFFO Blog: Connecting with industry and members in SA

I am in Cape Town, South Africa at the moment and made use of the opportunity to visit the South African Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries where I met up with the Assistant Director: Pelagic & High Seas Fisheries Management, Johan de Goede. He gave a brief overview of the Marine Resources Management system for pelagics which is based on bi-annual scientific acoustic surveys. The latest acoustic survey was completed in July 2017...

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IFFO Update Newsletter - September edition

Organising conferences and events is one of the key services that IFFO provides for its members – a chance to share information, learn, meet new contacts and, most importantly, do business while the world’s industry is in one place. I am often asked how we decide where to hold conferences, usually followed by helpful suggestions of future venues (Hawaii anyone?). With our Washington DC conference just weeks away, I thought I would share a little of what goes in to a successful event.
Firstly, we choose a venue that works for conferences. This means a city that is accessible, safe, has the right facilities and is attractive. Members want good restaurants for business dinners and opportunities for side meetings – a large hotel lobby (and bar!) with plenty of seating really helps. To keep our events accessible, we rotate on a three year cycle between the Americas (this year), Asia and Europe...

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Speakers are confirmed for the IFFO Annual Conference

Speakers for the upcoming 57th IFFO Annual Conference have now been confirmed as registration numbers continue to soar. They include Andy Bing (Loch Duart), Christian Martin (DSM), John Connelly (National Fisheries Institute USA, Ray Hilborn (University of Washington), Willie Loh (Cargill) and George Chamberlain (GAA). The conference will be held at the prestigious Marriott Marquis hotel in Washington DC and is open to all...

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Plastics and Microplastics in the Ocean Environment

This paper explores the impact of fishing low trophic level “forage” species on higher trophic level marine predators including other fish, birds and marine mammals. We show that existing analyses using trophic models have generally ignored a number of important factors including (1) the high level of natural variability of forage fish....

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