Shark-Finning Is Believed To Be Widespread

posted in: April 1994 | 0

Oceanic sharks make up a part of the by-catch of Hawai’i’s longline fleet, although how large a part is difficult to determine. Frequently, shark catches are not recorded in logbooks. According to NMFS records, in 1992, “almost 95,000 sharks were … Continued

In the Conservation District

posted in: August 1994 | 0

Hana ‘Hobby Horse’ Ranch Is Approved Despite Destruction of Historic Trail In the January Conservation District Column of Environment Hawai’i, the Conservation District Use Application of one Fred Levy was described. Levy was proposing to turn 63 acres of little-used … Continued

Editorial

posted in: August 1994, Editorial | 0

Sea turtles Need Help; Can Fishery Council Give It? When hundreds of thousands of dolphins were trapped annually in tuna seines a decade ago, outraged citizens across the country mobilized to reduce the number of dolphins that could be “taken.” … Continued

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