Scientists tag bass in bid to explain falling stock numbers
Marine scientists at the University of Plymouth are working with fishermen in north and south Devon to track the movement of bass in order to develop a clearer understanding of their feeding patterns
Boosting livelihoods and conservation practices among small-scale fishermen
Research by the Blue Marine Foundation and the University of Plymouth Marine Institute, funded through a donation from Superdry co-founder Julian Dunkerton, aims to improve the conservation of fish and the incomes of fishermen in UK coastal waters
New study shows net value of seagrass to fishing in the Mediterranean
Plymouth University news: A new study by researchers at Plymouth University with counterparts in Australia has revealed the economic value of seagrass habitat to commercial and recreational fishing industries
Science, Conservation and Industry gather for annual Plymouth University Marine Institute Lecture
Plymouth University news: The annual Marine Institute Lecture will bring together experts from science, conservation and the fishing industry to consider the state of the world's seas and how to take a sustainable approach to fishing them.
Fisherman scraping the bottom of the barrel in the English Channel
Plymouth University news: Decades of overfishing in the English Channel has resulted in the removal of many top predators from the sea and left fishermen ‘scraping the barrel’.