Tuesday, October 12, 2010

PhD from Plymouth UK gets aquaculture job in Nelson New Zealand

Dr Mark Burdass will be the head of a new aquaculture program in Nelson New Zealand, he will move to New Zealand in December. Dr Burdass helped to design the Nelson Marlborough Institute of technology (NMIT) diploma of aquaculture program. The diploma will be the only aquaculture qualification at this level in New Zealand, and has already attracted interest from prospective students. Dr Burdass is recognised internationally as a leader in his field of marine-farming teaching. Read more...

EU, Norway, Iceland and the Faroes will discuss mackerel quotas for 2011 crucial for Scotland

The Scottish fishing federation and the Scottish Pelagic Fisherman's Association will begin talks on the 12th October over the quotas on mackerel for 2011. They will be pressing for a deal that does not jeopardise Scotland's share in the fishery, but also to protect the fishery for the future and to challenge the irresponsible actions of Iceland and the Faroes. Read more...
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