Huge spheres, 180 feet wide, submerged 60 feet below the ocean will be capable of yielding 24,000 tons of seafood a year. Continue reading →
These are not good time to be a tuna. Five of eight species are on the endangered list, and the bluefin is fetching record prices, so prized is its meat. Is using humble mackerel as surrogate parents the way to keep the bluefin from going extinct?
A new metric offers a surprising answer, and it could help in the design of cars and underwater vehicles.
Overfishing is a growing problem that could mean no more fish for us. Would closing the ocean for a few years stop this trend? Trace discusses one idea.
Catching that just-right-sized fish may help stocks grow big and plentiful.
Sea Shepherd heads to Libya to search for illegal tuna fishers.
The International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas will soon decide their next move in managing bluefin populations.
An aquaculture company in Croatia claims success in spawning tuna in captivity, which may relieve the need to catch wild tuna.