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Unpacking the Ghanaian tuna industry

Unpacking the Ghanaian tuna industry

30 October 2018 • Announcements & Notices
Tuna is Ghana’s biggest seafood export, contributing significantly to the domestic fisheries sector. Published in African Journal of Marine Science, Volume 40, Issue 3, the article, titled, “Socioeconomic dynamics of the Ghanaian tuna industry: a...
Mangrove ecosystems in South Africa

Mangrove ecosystems in South Africa

30 July 2018 • Announcements & Notices
Mangroves occur in South African estuaries at their southerly distribution limits, extending into temperate habitats. In 1963, William Macnae published the first comprehensive assessment of mangrove swamps in South Africa and made first-hand observations of...
Outgoing Editor Awarded SASAqS Silver Medal

Outgoing Editor Awarded SASAqS Silver Medal

16 July 2018 • Announcements & Notices
Mike Coke, Honorary Editor of the African Journal of Aquatic Science (AJAS), was awarded the Southern African Society of Aquatic Scientists (SASAqS) Silver medal. The medal is awarded irregularly in recognition of the exceptionally high standard...
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