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Fish Farming Using Rain Water, How to Construct/build fish pond & farm pond, Complete Project Part-2
 
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SHARE this video and spread this New Concept of Fish Farming using Rain Water. "Save ground Water, Save Mother Earth"... Watching video completely, reading subtitles may help the interested. Subscribe here for more updates and videos :- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6xBxbGetIkCsEIXfIv2hgA Details:- 7 million liters storage capacity. "watching this video completely may help interested folk..." This project is about making use of water resources around the farm in a best way. In the above project Harvested Rain Water is used for irrigation in dry seasons, and for Fish Farming, cattle farming, plantation crops etc... This pond get fills in 10-15 hours of heavy rain. As because water channel connected to this pond has watershed of about 20-30 hectares..... To get best out of the above video watch it complete reading subtitles Suggestions:- 1.while constructing pond to store try to select area which is situated in lower parts, because it will ensure highest flow of water into the pond 2.As shown in the video if you have natural water channel with some good catchment area try to connect that into the pond, because this will increase the source quantity 3.only for large pond constructors: if you are planning for pond more that an acre or an acre of land then instead of renting JCB you can order one for yourself!!, yes. Because according to our experience, in this project we payed 0.7M INR for JCB ( for cleaning , digging, etc...). But new JCB costs around 2.7M INR, so one can invest that 0.7M INR as Down payment for JCB and buy it. Now once your work(pond work) is complete, your JCB can be sent for rent (with a driver) which will bring you some monthly income, part of which you can use it for monthly installments.....So within few years you will become Owner of the JCB.... This is what we thought once our project was complete. ( we are sharing it because, some one would get benefited. Ask your Queries in comment section below. Thank You... Water flow in channel is shown in our previous video, part - 1 link: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=GIlnci-h4Pw
Views: 44090 AROUND MY CAMERA
How to Become a Water Resources Engineer
 
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Aaron Sutherlin shows you what it's like to be a Water Resource Manager, why he loves his job and what steps you need to take if you would like to be a Water Resource Manager too!
Views: 2930 CareerSighted
Whooshh: Fish Passage Experiment at Roza Dam
 
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The Yakama Nation Fisheries tested the Whooshh Innovations fish passage system this summer at the Bureau of Reclamation’s Roza Diversion Dam. The Tribe and Reclamation are working together to research fish passage for dams in the Yakima Basin as part of the Yakima Integrated Water Resource Management Plan (http://www.usbr.gov/pn/programs/yrbwep/2011integratedplan/). A tube transport system like the Whooshh might be a good solution for getting adult salmon back into reservoirs.
Views: 10956 reclamation
How to research a body of water before a bass fishing tournament!
 
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How to research a body of water before a bass fishing tournament! In this video I show you how I would prepare for an upcoming tournament. In this situation I am actually preparing for an upcoming FLW BFL on the Chesapeake Bay this weekend. I will have 2 days of practice and start out by doing some research online and some mapping. I am familiar with the Chesapeake Bay so I don't need to do too much in depth study but I show you how I would approach a new body of water for a tournament. I spend a lot of time online looking up fishing articles on that body of water, Social Media and other resources online. I want to get a feel for the type of weight that is going to be needed to do well. Of course looking at the weather and how that might effect the bite is something that you must pay attention to. In this case the spawn is in full swing and with a full moon this week the majority of the fish should be spawning or are done. This rainy cold week is going to make for a tough tournament. These fish are not going to be predictable and who ever can adjust to the current conditions the best is going to be fair ahead of those who are hoping for a bite from past History this week. It is going to be interesting. The FLW BFL usually draws a lot of boats and so there will be a lot of fishing pressure leading up to the event. I am going to be putting in two days of practice and hope that I can figure out a pattern that will work. I plan on fishing for post spawn fish for the most part and realize that the forecast of 100% change of rain is going to make it cold and miserable but one has to stay focused in order to do well! I plan on videoing my practice and hopefully the tournament weather permitting! I will be uploading after each day of practice for the BFL so enjoy! Click here to SUBSCRIBE to my channel: ➢ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC27OUHVh-MipPoVM32MFHOA?sub_confirmation=1 Follow me on Social Media: ➢ Link https://www.facebook.com/SmallmouthCrush/ ➢ Link https://www.instagram.com/smallmouthcrush/ ➢ Link https://twitter.com/SmallmouthCrush Travis Manson's Guided Bass Fishing Trips ➢ Link https://travismanson.com __________________________________________________________________ Who is SmallmouthCrush? Travis Manson was born and raised where the giant Smallmouth Bass of the north live...WISCONSIN. He started fishing from the bank as at a young age and spent most of his childhood with a rod in his hand. Travis is primarily a self-taught angler that is always learning and experiencing this amazing sport of fishing. He started out fishing for walleyes and fishing in local walleye tournaments, but then in his mid 20's, he caught the BASS BUG and has been hooked every since. He competed at the highest level in bass fishing on the Bassmaster Elite series for a number of years, until he ran out of $$ money $$. This led to a move across the country to the Northeast where he got things right again and is back on track, but now on his own terms. Perhaps he will make another run at the Elite Series if the opportunity allows. In the meantime, he is a fishing guide offering trips on the Chesapeake Bay for largemouth bass(year round), guided trips for smallmouth back in Wisconsin (during select times) and trophy smallmouth bass guided trips in Upstate New York (May-November) His Youtube Channel is named after his passion for the smallmouth bass and will be used as a platform for "how-to" videos, on the water instruction, crazy on and off the water topics and vlogs on the day in the life of a fishing addict! Hope you enjoy!
Views: 2617 SmallmouthCrush
Simulation: Introduction to Multi-objective planning
 
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Water Resources Systems : Modeling Techniques and Analysis by Prof. P.P. Mujumdar, Department of Civil Engineering, IISc Bangalore. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
Views: 3099 nptelhrd
Starting a Business - Koi Fish Farm Business Ideas and Fish Aquarium Farming Project
 
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Starting a Business Koi Fish Farm. Business Ideas are Fish Aquarium Farming project. Red fish farming is profitable Business in The World. How to start a business koi goldfish. Aquarium Fish Farm is Best fish farming business plan. Elevating the brilliant orange or purple koi, an decorative fish that’s both lovely and precious, calls for careful consideration and unique resources on the way to create a profitable business. The key's allowing excessive best koi to get large in order that they command more money. To make the most earnings, your aim is to raise a 3rd-yr koi, referred to as sansei, due to the fact that it'll sell for greater than a nisai, a second-year koi. Know Detail Subscribe this Channel: https://goo.gl/V25i45 What you want Backyard ponds can range in step with the dimensions of your backyard and the quantity of fish you need to elevate. A 3-foot deep pond might make your millpond very attractive. You should make your pond big sufficient to hold at least 3000 to 2500 gallons of water Getting commenced with elevating koi fish calls for a small pond that holds approximately 4 to 6 feet of water. You furthermore might want get entry to to water as well as an aeration and filtration device to hold the water ideal for elevating koi. Start with just two or three small, excessive fine koi that you could breed to build your fish stock. If you need to feature greater koi over time, you furthermore may want a quarantine system, which includes a tank, to hold new fish separate from hooked up koi till you already know the new ones do not have any illnesses they may spread to the others. Nets mainly made to deal with the barbed spines in a koi’s dorsal and fins are essential for doing away with them from the water in instruction for selling them. Bowls or plastic luggage is required to move the fish to their new proprietors. Feeding and preserving your koi fish: When you set up your operation, feeding your koi is the maximum expensive a part of your commercial enterprise. They will consume an expansion of different fish feed, insects and insects, and floating fish feed that you can purchase from business feed supply shops or at a pet save. You May’s skimp on the food, because growing, healthy fish are the key on your profitability. Fish meals with about 40 percent protein from zooplanktons works high-quality for younger koi. Your fish will require much less protein as they grow old. All through chillier months, because the water temperature of your pond drops, koi require less food, helping to maintain charges in check. Locating customers: One alternative for selling your koi involves selling them at wholesale charges to dealers who mark up the fee and sell them at retail fees to hobbyists and those who need a koi for their decorative pool. Every other choice is to promote the fish at retail expenses immediately to those who want them for his or her ponds. Koi can be shipped, but you have to provide enough oxygen in the water and ship them overnight, so promoting them thru an e-commerce website is another alternative. Pricing your fish: Setting the costs to your fish begins with understanding what koi-display-judging requirements dictate for pricing. Charges range from a $15 to $5,000 for the best excellent koi, says can cash. Charges are set by body form and pores and skin high-quality in addition to the coloration and sample of every fish. If you develop show-exceptional koi, you’ll be capable of sell them for extra money than more youthful or smaller koi.
Views: 12092 The Universe Nature
How to make a fish trap in 30 seconds
 
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With the help of such fish trap you can catch a small fish, such as minnow, loach, gudgeon. It has been noticed that because of the big natural curiosity gudgeons often swim into the traps without bait! Video lesson of a trap may be used both for an ordinary fishing using bait fish and extreme situation is survival conditions, when you intend to eat caught fish. https://www.twitch.tv/romanursuvlogs FB: https://www.facebook.com/romanursuhack INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/romanursu Main channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/romanursuhack ___ Welcome to my channel Roman UrsuHack where you will learn how to make hand made crafts, New Year crafts, presents, toys, Halloween scares. The main thing is that one can make it at home and with one's own hands. You are interested in handiwork, craft or you just have nothing to do, haven't you? You have found the channel you really need. Here you can find lots of crafts, hand made items, and the main thing is that they all made of make-shifts and at the lowest cost!
Views: 8041133 Crazy Experimenter
PANGASIUS/BASA FISH HARVESTING
 
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Pangasius Fish is a genus of medium-large to very large shark catfishes native to fresh water in South and Southeast Asia. The term "pangasius" is sometimes used to specifically refer to the commercially important basa fish,
Views: 24284 Neerulagam
Fish Water Management Tool - Long Version
 
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Where did all these sockeye come from? This video tells about Douglas PUD's collaboration on the Fish Water Management Tool to bring a record number of sockeye back up the Columbia River.
Views: 506 DouglasCountyPUD
Nigeria’s Fish Farmers Take New Paths to Profitability
 
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For many Nigerian farmers, aquaculture means opportunity. The West Africa Agricultural Productivity Program, or WAAPP, is helping make fish farms more productive, so that they can feed more Nigerians. And with innovations like the 'Smoking King' which extend the shelf-life of one of Nigeria’s staple foods, fish farming is becoming more profitable.
Views: 39352 World Bank
asian traditional fishing | fishing poles | traditional fishing method
 
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asian traditional fishing | fishing poles , fishing poles , bangladesh fishing village | traditional fishing method This Is a video of traditional fishing in Bangladesh . Just watch and enjoy it . If You Like This Video And Want To Get More Videos With Me! Please Subscribe My Channel "traditionalbd" this channel ( traditionalbd )represent traditional fishing way of Bangladesh . Fishing Gear any form of equipment, implement, tool or mechanical device used to catch, collect or harvest fish. Fishermen in many parts of Bangladesh catch fish with their hands. In rural areas, in seasonal waters or beels, during winter, people can be usually seen fishing with different traditional gears while some even do so without any gear. The principal categories of fishing gears that are traditionally used in Bangladesh can be enumerated as the following: Wounding gears Such gears are spears that are thrust, thrown or discharged. The following are the traditional wounding gears: Ek Kata; Tekata I; Tekata II; Anchda; and Koch. Cast Net Line fishing Long lines in both freshwaters and in seawater, use of Bodshi and Charee in angling rods, single lines floated in rural rice fields and beels, etc, are typical line fishing methods used in Bangladesh. In line fishing the fish is usually attracted by a natural or artificial bait. Traps Different traps made of bamboo sticks are used widely in rural Bangladesh. These are of various shaped chambers essentially having contrivances for the fishes to enter. Escape is prevented by automatic labyrinths or retarding devices. In rural Bangladesh during rainy season when there are floods people use these traps. Different traps seen in different parts of the country are Icber Chai; Bega; Duba Fund; Darkee; Unta; Tepai; Dheal; Cheng; Chari; Chandi Bair; Bana; Polo; Raboni; Anga; and Charo. Nets On the basis of shape and size, and size of mesh, location of setting in the water, and the way they are used, nets are classified broadly into the following categories: Bag net- Kept vertically open by a frame and held horizontally stretched by the water current. They can be kept set in water against the water current, as for example Behundi net and Sabadh net, Nets of similar shape but smaller in size are dredged and towed with the hand. Cast net- a common net in Bangladesh; it is round-shaped when thrown to fully open and has got weights in the form of iron balls along a string set at the outer edge of the net. It is operated manually and used mainly in the shallows of ponds, beels, estuaries and in the coast. Lift net- The common shape is square and it is fitted with two bamboo strips arranged in cross-bars and connected at the four corners of the net. The arranged crossbars with the net is then attached with another lever for lifting the net from out of the water. The net is mostly hand-operated and portable. The net is locally called Dharma Jal. Sometimes the size could be made bigger and fixed at some strategic water areas eg Khoda Jal and Konaghar Jal. Falling net- are of various sizes and shapes depending upon the habitat where they are used and on the type of fish to be caught. A type is mainly seen in northern Bangladesh which is a bigger version of the cast net locally called Othedh Jal. The twine used for this net is heavier and the mesh is also bigger than ordinary mesh. The weights used are heavier too. This net is used to catch fish from the deeps of rivers. About 5-10 people swim and carry the net, spread it out and help it to fall in the desired location of a water body. After setting the net, fishermen wait for hours. Then they start diving in the water to catch the fish. Sometimes they bring fish out of the net or they entangle the fishes with net and leave them there before pulling the net out. Another type of falling net, locally called Chhabi Jal, is used in shallow water; it is made with nylon net and rope. . The other type of falling net is called Chak Jal. It is mainly used in rivers and beels during winter months. i love to present traditional fishing in bangladesh , deshi videos , bd fishing , asian fishing , traditional fishing way, traditional fishing gear
Views: 533992 Traditional BD
February 29th 2016 Wasco Update On Drought Management Plan - AK
 
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Just over two weeks after the water resource management authority urged members of the public to brace for further extreme drought conditions, the water and sewerage company (Wasco) has announced a raft of measures to be employed in the coming months, to mitigate the current dry conditions. Company officials also provided an update on the country’s water situation.
Views: 379 HTS St. Lucia
Monster Goliath Groupers with NFL Linebacker Sam Barrington - 4K
 
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In this episode of BlacktipH, Josh is joined once again by NFL star linebacker Sam Barrington from the Green Bay Packers to go fishing for monster goliath groupers off the coast of Florida. We started off the day catching bonito (false albacore) for bait. After catching half a dozen albies for bait, Sam was ready to start goliath grouper fishing. Sam hooked up to his first goliath grouper and immediately got yanked forward. After an intense short fight, Sam Barrington landed his first goliath grouper. The day ended with Sam catching four goliath groupers. Sam's friends Johan and Richard both caught a goliath grouper, adding up a total of six goliath groupers for the day. • Follow Sam on Instagram → http://bit.ly/instagram-sam • Follow Sam on Twitter → http://bit.ly/twitter-sam • Follow Sam on Snapchat → sambarrington ► Ceuticore Nutrition: http://bit.ly/ceuticore ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ABOUT BLACKTIPH ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ BlacktipH Fishing brings you some of the most exciting fishing videos on the web. Our host, Josh Jorgensen, is an extreme angler who has an adrenaline seeking appetite for monster fish! Whether it's catching monster fish from the beach, from a kayak or from a boat, Josh pushes the limits of big game fishing. Our content has been featured on Discovery, National Geographic, Today Show and many more! ► NEW VIDEOS EVERY TUESDAY!! ► Click Here to Subscribe → http://bit.ly/blacktiph-subscribe ► Website → http://blacktiph.com • Facebook → http://bit.ly/blacktiph-fb • Instagram → http://bit.ly/blacktiph-instagram • Twitter → http://bit.ly/blacktiph-twitter • Google+ → http://bit.ly/blacktiph-GPlus • Periscope → http://bit.ly/blacktiph-periscope • Snapchat → BlacktipH ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ PROMOTIONS ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Buy BlacktipH Rod/Reel combos: Tackle Direct → http://bit.ly/blacktiph-combos GET A FREE BUFF! Southern Fin Apparel → http://bit.ly/sfa-FREE-buff Bullbuster Fishing Lines → http://bit.ly/bullbuster-blacktiph • Save 10% with promo code »» "blacktiph" Icey-Tek Coolers → http://bit.ly/icey-tek-blacktiph • FREE shipping with promo code »» "blacktiph" Balloon Fisher King → http://bit.ly/balloonfisher-blacktiph • Save 15% on any Pro Pack with promo code »» "blacktiph" ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ BRANDS WE USE ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ • Tackle Direct • Garmin • Bullbuster Brand Direct • Southern Fin Apparel • Balloon Fisher King • Icey-Tek Coolers • Sunsect Insect Repellent + Sunscreen ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ RELATED VIDEOS ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Shark Fishing with NFL Linebacker Sam Barrington: http://bit.ly/shark-sam-barrington Bass Fishermen vs Goliath Groupers: http://bit.ly/goliath-bass-fishermen
Views: 48223165 BlacktipH
Fish Pond Planning | Planning a Fish Pond | Any Pond Limited | UK
 
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I am looking for a Fish Pond where is the best place to start? Well you are in the right place, in this video i will talk to you about planning a garden pond for keeping your prize pet fish. Below is the transcription of the video: Hi. My name's Mark from www.anypond.com, your trusted resource in the UK for ponds and water features. Today I want to talk to you about the big topic of a fish pond. You can see I'm getting quite excited with this topic because everybody that I ask about, "What do you want from a pond?" They always say everything, so they want frogs, newts, plants, fish. They want absolutely everything in one pond, so they say, "I want a fish pond." Actually, what we call an "everything pond" is an ecosystem pond, and then you can truly have everything, all within balance, and that's what it's all about. It is. It's all about balance. There's a couple of things to think about when you're having a dedicated fish pond, and that's dimensions. Whether you want to keep small fish, so you only need a small pond, or whether you want a big fish, and then you might need a dedicated Coy pool. It's all about the fish. Certainly, it's a case of most people start having a pond for fish. It could be a case of that you've had pet goldfish in the past, indoors, and they've outgrown their environment, so they think, "Well, we can't get rid of Goldy the Goldfish, so we need to create a garden pond." Then, obviously, it goes outside into a garden pond, so it's actually just an extension of an indoor aquarium, outside. It's not always about the depth. Certainly, it's a case of ... We'll talk about depth in another video, but when you've got big fish, you do need a deeper pond, so you do need at least 3 foot when you're keeping big fish. Now, some big Koi fanatics, they will actually say you need 4 foot, or 6 foot, depending on ... Because they could be talking about fish over a meter long. I'm actually talking about a mixed fish pond here, and we're talking about everything. Plants. If you think of all the colors in the rainbow, not a lot of people know that Shubunkins are really, really good value. You've probably heard me talk about Shubunkins in another video, because they're one of my favorite fish, because they don't grow big, so you don't need a massive, great, big pond to keep koi. Certainly, it's a case of they have lots and lots of different colors, so if you think of a fish pond, you've got moving water, or moving color within the water itself. You can only look at moving water, it might be a natural waterfall, or it might a majestic water feature. You can only look at those type of feature for so long, but when you've got fish added to the element, you can watch them for hours. They can be relaxing. They can be naughty. You can have too many fish that are fighting for your attention, and they don't really relax you. You can have a relaxed atmosphere with a few fish, and it can be very peaceful to go out there, at the end of a stressful day, "I'm going to go and relieve my stress just by feeding the fish." It's a relaxed, balanced environment. There we go. There's a quick topic about a fish pond. My name's Mark, from anypond.com, your trusted resource in the UK for ponds and water features. I'll see you soon. Fish Pond Planning | Planning a Fish Pond | Any Pond Limited | UK ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Any Pond Limited - Specialists in Residential Pond Construction, Maintenance & Repair in the Midlands, UK Call Today: 01327 878149 The Studio 11 St Anne's Close Daventry, Northamptonshire NN11 4TW Great Britain http://www.anypond.com
Views: 11290 The Pond Advisor
Deep Sea Fish Farming in Geodesic Domes: Upgrade
 
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In this episode of Upgrade, Motherboard goes to Baja California, Mexico to get a firsthand look at these free floating pods, and to get an understanding for why we need better ways to cultivate our future food sources. Whether it’s found on a plate of sushi, grilled in our backyard, or thrown on pasta, seafood is a staple for many diets around the world, and demand is growing. And as the commercial seafood industry booms, fish stocks worldwide face perilous declines. We’ve surpassed our capacity to sustainably fish wild caught fish, shrimp, and mollusks from the ocean, and so we’ve turned to aquaculture, or fish farming, as a strategy to meet demand for our growing appetites for water-borne critters. The aquaculture industry is growing fast. According to the FAO, per capita production of seafood from aquaculture has increased 6.9 percent annually since 1970. Unfortunately for us and for our Earth, current methods of fish farming often involve crowded, tethered pens, which can have poor water circulation and contribute to the spread of disease, and put large amounts of environmental stress on the surrounding waterways. This is where Steve Page of Ocean Farm Technologies comes in. Taking inspiration from naturally-occurring schools of fish and Buckminster Fuller’s geodesic domes, Page co-designed the Aquapod, a free floating, untethered deep ocean fish habitat which reduces overcrowding, and creates less stress on surrounding environments due to its unique ability to change location with the ocean's current. Subscribe to MOTHERBOARD: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-To-MOTHERBOARD Follow MOTHERBOARD Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/motherboardtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/motherboard Tumblr: http://motherboardtv.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/motherboardtv
Views: 1724946 Motherboard
Ken Hughey - Canterbury Water: are we doing enough? A presentation to the 2015 SET Forum.
 
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Ken has an ongoing interest in the sustainable management of Canterbury’s water resources. His local activities include fishing, kayaking and birdlife research on the Hurunui and Waiau rivers and he has family ties in the area. Ken is Professor of Environmental Management at Lincoln University and has a PhD in resource management. His research speciality is the ecology and management of rivers and lowland wetland ecosystems, and his teaching includes a course on Integrated Environmental Management based on collaborative approaches. He also leads a large multi-year research programme on prioritising river values, in- and out-of-stream. Ken was part of the multi-stakeholder group evaluating storage options in Stage 3 of the Canterbury Strategic Water Study and been involved in working groups to establish targets for the CWMS.
FishIDY: The Maps To Plan, The Tools To Catch, The Option The Brag - Florida Sport Fishing TV
 
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http://floridasportfishing.com/subscribe - New map based social network helps anglers stay connected with a full arsenal of resources, Load and track photos, fishing reports and catch data for yourself or to share with select friends and groups. Free App available across all platforms. New videos every Sunday 9PM.
Views: 2001 Florida Sport Fishing
Africa Water Resources
 
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Africa Water Resources Atlas - challenges and opportunities. The atlas combines visual time series imagery to visually show how climate change threatens the fresh water resources on the African continent. Using satellite pictures taken over long periods of time, the atlas now makes it possible for us to see changes that we were not able to see just 10 to 20 years ago.
Views: 9196 GreenTV
Adaptive Management and Native Fish Conservation Planning
 
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Dr. Lorin Hicks talks about the Montana example of habitat conservation planning in forestry management. Dr. Hicks describes some of the tools Plum Creek Timber Co.uses.(stand density visualization tool, Montgomery and Buffington stream classification tool, channel migration zones). With the largest bull trout habitat in the world, the conservation plan covers more than just forestry practices, including grazing, road construction and land-use planning. He concludes with some lessons learned from their ten years of native fish habitat conservation planning. Dr. Lorin Hicks is Director, Fish and Wildlife Resources, Plum Creek Timber Company, Columbia Falls, Montana, USA. His presentation was part of the Water Program Workshop for the Foothills Research Institute on Feb. 6, 2013
Views: 310 LanduseKN
FISHERIES:  PARTNERING & PLANNING at 2015 RFHP Conference
 
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2015 RESERVOIR FISHERIES HABITAT PARTNERSHIP "Rejuvenating Reservoirs" Annual Conference [PARTNERING & PLANNING] https://youtu.be/1oVH6PZ520A Friday 8:00 AM to 10:10 AM I. Partnering to Improve Fisheries Habitat in Reservoirs Across the Nation (Jeff Boxrucker – RFHP Chair) II. Best Management Practices for Enhancing Fish Habitat In Reservoirs (Steve Miranda - Mississippi State University) III. Fish Habitat Improvement in Kentucky: Go Big (Jeremy Shiflet - Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources) [MAXIMIZING POTENTIAL] https://youtu.be/9_ko-CgQIgw Friday 10:40 AM to 12:20 PM I. Untapped Potential: Impoundment Fisheries Management in Australia (Andrew Norris – Department of Agriculture & Fisheries, Queensland Australia) II. Comparison of Natural Brush and Synthetic (Plastic) Fish Attractors in Florida Lakes and Reservoirs (Dustin Everitt - Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission) III. Evaluating Fish Habitat Enhancement Projects in North Carolina Piedmont Reservoirs (Mark Fowlkes - North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission) [RESTORATION IN UTAH] https://youtu.be/bx472Q5Hb5Y Friday 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM I. Shoreline Habitat improvements at Rockport Reservoir (Chris Penne – Utah Division of Wildlife Resources) II. Boater Infrastructure Providing Fish Habitat (Craig Walker – Utah Division of Wildlife Resources ) III. Water Quality and Reservoir Fisheries (Kari Lundeen – Utah Division of Water Quality) [RESERVOIR AGING AND ASSESSMENT] https://youtu.be/19BwNfb2Kk4 Friday 3:30 PM to 4:50 PM I. Development of the Reservoir Morphological Database (Kirk Rodgers – U.S. Geological Survey) II. Fish in Paleochannels of the Lower Mississippi River Alluvial Valley (Steve Miranda – Mississippi State University) [REESTABLISHING AQUATIC VEGETATION] https://youtu.be/Zr029SIdlH0 Saturday 8:00 AM to 10:30 AM I. Establishing Aquatic Plants in Reservoirs: Why and How (Richard Ott – Texas Parks and Wildlife) II. Enhancing Structure and Function of the Shoreline Zone at Elephant Butte Reservoir. Kala Scarafiotti - Ruidoso High School, New Mexico) III. Preparing for Planting in Utah Reservoirs (Eric Wagner – Utah Division of Wildlife Resources) IV. Reestablishing Native Vegetation in Lake Livingston, Texas through Partnerships (Tom McDonough – Lake Livingston Friends of Reservoirs) [CASE STUDIES AND THE FUTURE OF MONITORING] https://youtu.be/TM1mrIJiWM4 Saturday 11:00 AM to 1:10 PM I. Fish Habitat Improvement Projects at Nessmuk and Glade Run Lakes (Ben Page – Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission) II. From Farmland to Fishery: Creating Fish and Wildlife Habitat at a new Florida Reservoir (Dustin Everitt - Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission) III. The Death and Holistic Revitalization of a Reservoir, the Case of Lake Wichita, Texas (Tom Lang – Texas Parks and Wildlife) IV. Reservoir Rehabilitation Tactics: Lessons learned from the Nebraska Aquatic Habitat Program (Mark Porath - Nebraska Game and Parks Commission) ORGANIZING / SPONSORING ORGANIZATIONS: Reservoir Fisheries Habitat Partnership http://www.reservoirpartnership.org FRIENDS OF RESERVOIRS http://www.reservoirpartnership.org/
Trout Fishing
 
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Ecological Resource Consultants ( www.erccolorado.net )is a Colorado company offering stream and fishery enhancement services to municipal, commercial and private clients. Services start with site assessment and continue through the design and build process to create sustainable, natural environments. The ERC multidisciplinary team provides innovative and comprehensive solutions for habitat development, conservation, environmental planning, water resource management and regulatory permitting projects. ERC has completed more than 40 projects throughout the US and South America.
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This Farm of the Future Uses No Soil and 95% Less Water
 
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Watch the next episode about San Francisco becoming a zero waste city: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cg3OA1s8-SI&list=UUJsSEDFFnMFvW9JWU6XUn0Q As urban populations continue to rise, innovators are looking beyond traditional farming as a way to feed everyone while having less impact on our land and water resources. Vertical farming is one solution that's been implemented around the world. Vertical farms produce crops in stacked layers, often in controlled environments such as those built by AeroFarms in Newark, New Jersey. AeroFarms grows a variety of leafy salad greens using a process called "aeroponics," which relies on air and mist. AeroFarms' crops are grown entirely indoors using a reusable cloth medium made from recycled plastics. In the absence of sun exposure, the company uses LED lights that expose plants to only certain types of spectrum. AeroFarms claims it uses 95% less water than a traditional farm thanks to its specially designed root misting system. And it is now building out a new 70,000 square foot facility in a former steel mill. Once completed, it's expected to grow 2 million pounds of greens per year, making it the largest indoor vertical farm in the world. For more on AeroFarms: http://aerofarms.com/ Join the Seeker community! Twitter: https://twitter.com/SeekerNetwork Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Seeker-Network/872690716088418?ref=hl Instagram: http://instagram.com/seekernetwork Tumblr: http://seekernetwork.tumblr.com App - iOS http://seekernetwork.com/ios App - Android http://seekernetwork.com/android
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Warpo and the Hatch
 
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Fly-fishing the Black Canyon of the Gunnison during the legendary salmonfly hatch.
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What's in Our Water?
 
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http://gallery.usgs.gov/videos/524 In this episode, we are going to investigate more than just the substance "water." We are going to examine what is in our nations' water, how we at the U.S. Geological Survey monitor it, and what tools we have developed to aid those who want to explore more about our planet's most abundant resource. This is the USGS Oregon Science Podcast.
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A New Era in Water Management in the Eastern Snake River Plain
 
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This video traces the history of farming and irrigation in the Snake River Plain. The video also explains the beginning of the Idaho Water Resource Board's managed aquifer recharge program in 2014 and 2015.
Plane Retrieval
 
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Dillon Retrieving his plan
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Aboriginal representation on land and water management boards
 
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The Victorian Government wants to partner with Traditional Owners in managing Victoria’s natural resources. One of these opportunities is by becoming a member of a water and catchments management board. To give you an idea of what it is like being on a board, Glenys Watts and Graham Atkinson have described some of their experiences. Applications are currently open for the Victorian Environmental Water Holder commission and close on 10 April 2017. Applications for Catchment Management Authority boards open on 1 March 2017 and close on 3 April 2017. For further information or to apply, visit getonboard.vic.gov.au or delwp.vic.gov.au/boards-and-governance/board-vacancies or call the DELWP Customer Service Centre on 136 186. Register your interest at waterandcatchments@delwp.vic.gov.au
Family Fishing in the Livingstone and Porcupine Hills
 
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Rob and his father Joseph Lothian have been fishing the rivers of southwest Alberta for over 70 years. To ensure the next generation of Albertans can do the same, visit https://talkaep.alberta.ca/livingstone-porcupine-hills-footprint-and-recreation-planning _________________________________________________________________ The Forests of Southern Albertan provide water, sustain fish and wildlife and offer some of our best outdoor recreation and tourism opportunities. But pressures on Alberta’s land and resources are mounting. Good land-use planning ensures that our public lands are properly managed for Albertans now and into the future. Land Footprint Management Plan(LFMP) and Recreation Management Plan (RMP) have been drafted for the Porcupine Hills and Livingstone regions. These recently released plans are an important step to preserving our outdoor heritage and protecting Alberta’s headwaters now and for future generations.
"Silent Invaders" Asian Carp 2013
 
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In this installment of Silent Invaders the issue of Asian Carp is tackled. There are many ideas but no solution on how to stop the Asian Carp infestation. Currently the highest population of Asian Carp are located in the Illinois River. For more, visit http://www.FishingClub.com or http://www.invasivespeciesinfo.gov/
Views: 532689 NorthAmericanFishing
Water Supply in Western CT Conference Part 6
 
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A Collaborative Approach to Water Resource Management for the Pomperaug River. Presenters: Len DeJong, Executive Director, Pomperaug River Watershed Coalition, and David Radka, Director of Water Resources and Planning, The Connecticut Water Company An example of a cooperative plan between a watershed group and a water utility to share water resources for the protection of both supply and healthy rivers This is Part 6 (of 6) of Water Supply in Western Connecticut Conference, presented by Rivers Alliance of CT, with support from The CT Community Foundation. Conference website: http://www.riversalliance.org/Water%20Supply%20Conference/WSConferenceAgenda.php Conference was Friday May 18, 2018 at the Roxbury Town Hall Purpose of the conference was to provide useful information on current and changing conditions and policy affecting water supply in western Connecticut. Topics included: current conditions in western CT, will today’s water sources serve tomorrow’s needs--economic, environmental and recreational, is there even enough water for our present needs, what should I know about my home, town, and region’s water supply, what actions can I take to ensure that we all have adequate and safe water supplies for the future. Audience was town and regional officials, land-use planners, watershed groups, garden clubs, fishing clubs, business associations, and interested citizens. Conference Steering Committee: Dan Lawrence, Len Dejong, Margaret Miner, Martha Smith Conference was free to attend. Many thanks to Kevin Zak, professional videographer and President of the Naugatuck River Revival Group.
FISHERIES:  RESTORATION IN UTAH at 2015 RFHP Conference
 
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2015 RESERVOIR FISHERIES HABITAT PARTNERSHIP "Rejuvenating Reservoirs" Annual Conference [PARTNERING & PLANNING] https://youtu.be/1oVH6PZ520A Friday 8:00 AM to 10:10 AM I. Partnering to Improve Fisheries Habitat in Reservoirs Across the Nation (Jeff Boxrucker – RFHP Chair) II. Best Management Practices for Enhancing Fish Habitat In Reservoirs (Steve Miranda - Mississippi State University) III. Fish Habitat Improvement in Kentucky: Go Big (Jeremy Shiflet - Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources) [MAXIMIZING POTENTIAL] https://youtu.be/9_ko-CgQIgw Friday 10:40 AM to 12:20 PM I. Untapped Potential: Impoundment Fisheries Management in Australia (Andrew Norris – Department of Agriculture & Fisheries, Queensland Australia) II. Comparison of Natural Brush and Synthetic (Plastic) Fish Attractors in Florida Lakes and Reservoirs (Dustin Everitt - Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission) III. Evaluating Fish Habitat Enhancement Projects in North Carolina Piedmont Reservoirs (Mark Fowlkes - North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission) [RESTORATION IN UTAH] https://youtu.be/bx472Q5Hb5Y Friday 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM I. Shoreline Habitat improvements at Rockport Reservoir (Chris Penne – Utah Division of Wildlife Resources) II. Boater Infrastructure Providing Fish Habitat (Craig Walker – Utah Division of Wildlife Resources ) III. Water Quality and Reservoir Fisheries (Kari Lundeen – Utah Division of Water Quality) [RESERVOIR AGING AND ASSESSMENT] https://youtu.be/19BwNfb2Kk4 Friday 3:30 PM to 4:50 PM I. Development of the Reservoir Morphological Database (Kirk Rodgers – U.S. Geological Survey) II. Fish in Paleochannels of the Lower Mississippi River Alluvial Valley (Steve Miranda – Mississippi State University) [REESTABLISHING AQUATIC VEGETATION] https://youtu.be/Zr029SIdlH0 Saturday 8:00 AM to 10:30 AM I. Establishing Aquatic Plants in Reservoirs: Why and How (Richard Ott – Texas Parks and Wildlife) II. Enhancing Structure and Function of the Shoreline Zone at Elephant Butte Reservoir. Kala Scarafiotti - Ruidoso High School, New Mexico) III. Preparing for Planting in Utah Reservoirs (Eric Wagner – Utah Division of Wildlife Resources) IV. Reestablishing Native Vegetation in Lake Livingston, Texas through Partnerships (Tom McDonough – Lake Livingston Friends of Reservoirs) [CASE STUDIES AND THE FUTURE OF MONITORING] https://youtu.be/TM1mrIJiWM4 Saturday 11:00 AM to 1:10 PM I. Fish Habitat Improvement Projects at Nessmuk and Glade Run Lakes (Ben Page – Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission) II. From Farmland to Fishery: Creating Fish and Wildlife Habitat at a new Florida Reservoir (Dustin Everitt - Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission) III. The Death and Holistic Revitalization of a Reservoir, the Case of Lake Wichita, Texas (Tom Lang – Texas Parks and Wildlife) IV. Reservoir Rehabilitation Tactics: Lessons learned from the Nebraska Aquatic Habitat Program (Mark Porath - Nebraska Game and Parks Commission) ORGANIZING / SPONSORING ORGANIZATIONS: Reservoir Fisheries Habitat Partnership http://www.reservoirpartnership.org FRIENDS OF RESERVOIRS http://www.reservoirpartnership.org/
Fish Therapy & River safari Mangrove forest| Srilanka Tour
 
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Natural Fish Therapy in Madu Ganga boat ride Most of us, who had a bath from a natural water resources like river or lakes, may have experience occasional fish bits. But have you ever thought of having an experience from natural fish spa therapy? Madu ganga boat tours provide natural foot massage from hundreds of fish. The Madu Ganaganga boat rides are popular among local and overseas visitors to the area. This ride gives you several memorable experiences and this natural fish therapy is one of them. There are several fish spas located in within Balapitiya, Madu Ganga areas. They setup several artificial cage ponds in the natural river the doctor fish are grown there. You can get in to the floating stage from your boat and sit and put your legs in to the pond. Hundreds of Fish comes and gently nibble the dead skin of your legs. They provide fish food also. Once you feed them, hundreds of them comes and fight for it. The setup contains several pond, they can support visitors from several boats also. There are different types of doctor fish available there to choose from. This natural fish spa costs us 100/= per person, but may vary slightly. But the experience is really worth to have. Visitors who are going for Maduganga boat ride, should never missed this opportunity of getting tingling massage from fish. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Moments in Malaysia-City Tour Around Kuala Lumpur-Capital City Kualalumpur Malo" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5AYVplA3oM -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 76 Travel the world
Iralalaru Hydro Power plan
 
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Iralalaru hpp Rekolha Informasoes Water Resource Management in Timor Leste.
Arizona Discussion on Lower Basin Drought Contingency Plan (June 28 Briefing)
 
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The Arizona Department of Water Resources (link: https://goo.gl/zvFCrR) and the Central Arizona Project (link: https://goo.gl/3gzWGZ) held a public briefing June 28 on the Colorado River Drought Contingency Plan to address the reliability of the Colorado River System, the risks to Arizona’s Colorado River supply (link: https://goo.gl/oAAfUW) and the need for a system-wide Drought Contingency Plan. Keynote Speaker at the event was Brenda Burman, Commissioner of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation”
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Fishidy - Fishing Website and App Resource | NewsWatch Review
 
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To learn more, head to http://Fishidy.com/NewsWatch today. Subscribe to NewsWatch: http://www.youtube.com/user/tvconsumerwatch?sub_confirmation=1 Fishidy is a website and app for iOS and Android devices that helps anglers find fishing hotspots, offers tips on lures and techniques, and lists peak times for catching fish. The app is a great tool for when you’re out on the water, while the website is best used for planning a trip and connecting with fishing buddies.
Views: 1943 NewsWatchTV
Disadvantaged Communities and Access to Safe Drinking Water
 
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Providing safe drinking water to the state’s disadvantaged communities is a challenge. Many are suffering from poor water quality and some saw their water sources dry up during the drought. Panelists are Lance Eckhart, director of basin management and resource planning at the Mojave Water Agency; Laurel Firestone, co-founder and co-director of the Community Water Center; and Darrin Polhemus, deputy director of the Division of Financial Assistance, State Water Resources Control Board. The moderator is Brian Gray, a senior fellow at the PPIC Water Policy Center. The discussion is part of the PPIC Water Policy Center event, Policy Priorities for California’s Water.
Views: 266 PPICvideos
NRCS Wisconsin's Coon Creek Watershed
 
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Wisconsin history of conservation in the Coon Creek Watershed. A great introduction to the importance of conservation planning to get conservation practices implemented on the ground.
Views: 232 NRCS Wisconsin
Sudharma Elakanda - Engineer Water Resources Manager - Sri Lanka
 
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SUDHARMA ELAKANDA WATER RESOURCES MANAGER SRI LANKA
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Find Your Path: Hydrologist
 
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Water is quite possibly the most important forest value we have. Bonny Hammons shows what being a hydrologist for the McKenzie River Ranger District is all about. Hydrologists monitor water quality and work with forest managers and operators to help plan forest projects, reduce the impact of logging on a watershed and help restore fish habitat. Bonny works for the U.S. Forest Service. (Part of the "Find Your Path" series created by the Oregon Forest Resources Institute.)
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2018 South Haven Fishery Workshop — Jay Wesley
 
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Jay Wesley, Michigan Department of Natural Resources Lake Michigan Basin coordinator, discusses a new Lake Michigan fisheries management plan and a proposed fish stocking paradigm for the lake. The annual South Haven Fishery Workshop, hosted by Michigan Sea Grant, is free and open to the public. These workshops bring commercial and recreational anglers together with state, federal, and tribal agency representatives to discuss the latest information about Lake Michigan fish and fisheries.
Views: 59 Michigan Sea Grant
MaximsNewsNetwork: TUNISIA: OVERFISHING and FISH STOCKS (UNTV)
 
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MaximsNewsNetwork: 12 June 2010 - UNTV: In Tunisia, fishing villages are on the brink of collapse, but local fishermen have some innovative solutions. Marine pollution is a key factor in the fisheries decline. Longer and more frequent droughts together with declining fisheries have forced many islanders to abandon their homes and migrate to the mainland in search of a better life. In 2009, Tunisia passed a new regulation limiting fishing in the marine protected areas. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Hassen Ben Mansour, Fisherman: "Charfia is a traditional way of fishing, and it's the best way because it doesn't harm the sea." "Charfia is going to vanish. There is not enough fish to allow us to make a living." "In 1986, I used to bring from the charfia 150 to 200 kilos, even 300 kilos per day. But today we got only two and a half to three kilos." "The big boats came, and they took every fish with them. Everyone is acting violently towards the sea." "When the water gets hot, the fish move away and go to deeper waters." SOUNDBITE (French) Hamadi Trabelsi, Meteorologist for the Global Environment Facility's Small Grants Programme: "According to the measurement of the Institute of Science and Technology of the Sea, the temperature of sea water in the Gulf of Gabes, including Kerkennah, has risen one degree." "In Kerkennah, you will see palm trees and other trees dying because of sea water intrusion." SOUNDBITE (French) Najib Mallek, President of the Environmental Commission of the local Lion's Club: "A few years ago, the sea was there. There were three beautiful palm trees here. Now they are dead because of the rising sea and erosion." SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Hassen's Father: "The sea is not what it used to be. Should my sons go begging for money? Or should they get a big boat and go trawling to feed the family?" SOUNDBITE (French) Habib Ben Moussa, Director at the National Agency for Coastal Management, part of the Ministry of Environment: "We monitor and we analyze marine water in about seven hundred stations; we conduct thousands of analyses every year. We took all the measures to make sure that not even a drop of untreated water arrives in the Mediterranean Sea. And right now, we are working to put into place a management plan to protect marine and coastal areas. Specifically there is one in the Kerkennah." SOUNDBITE (French) Adbelkader Baouendi is the national coordinator of Global Environment Facility's Small Grants Programme: "Any fishermen who fish with tools which don't protect the environment and natural resources will lose their nets. Their nets will remain caught in these blocks." SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Hassen Ben Mansour, Fisherman: "We were happy when it was extended to three months. The sea will get some rest. We need to preserve and take care of the fish eggs." "The climate has changed, and the winds too." HASSEN: (In Arabic) "Shlouk is the one that rejuvenates the sea and brings fish from far away. Now the Shlouk is weak and doesn't get here... SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Hassen Ben Mansour, Fisherman: "The climate has changed, and the winds too. We have to protect the region, piece by piece. I don't say it will succeed in six months or one year, but God willing, it will succeed in two years. I will sacrifice and give everything for it. I will not give it up." ..... ( UNITED NATIONS TELEVISION: UNTV ) .... MaximsNewsNetwork: News Network for the United Nations and the International Community. See: http://www.MaximsNews.com. "GIVING POWER & RESONANCE TO THE VOICE OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY" .........
Views: 1356 MaximsNewsNetwork
How do we use harvest strategies to manage fisheries?
 
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Good fisheries management provides the benefits of fishing, without compromising aquatic habitats and fish stocks. A Harvest Strategy is a framework that supports the fisheries management process. Fisheries Queensland is working with all stakeholders to develop harvest strategies for all fisheries by 2020.
Yukon Kings
 
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Set in the remote Alaskan Yukon Delta, Yukon Kings follows Yup'ik fisherman Ray Waska as he teaches his grandkids how to fish during the summer salmon run. With environmental and cultural forces threatening their subsistence way of life, Ray holds onto the hope that his grandsons will one day pass on the traditional knowledge to their children. Want to learn more? Check out the accompanying lesson plan to this film: https://www.globalonenessproject.org/resources/lesson-plans/resiliency-among-salmon-people
Promoting Peace and Development through Water Management in Thailand’s Deep South
 
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In Thailand’s conflict-affected deep south, communities and local authorities are working together to turn a contentious issue of access to water supply from a stumbling block into a stepping stone.
Views: 515 World Bank
AccessDNR February 2018 - Maryland Department of Natural Resources
 
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AccessDNR February 2018 - Maryland Department of Natural Resources The February 2018 edition of a monthly video newsletter from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources hosted by Senior Communications Manager Anna Lucente-Hoffmann and produced by Public Affairs Officer Stephen Badger. AccessDNR covers all types of environmental and outdoor news in Maryland -- from the Atlantic coast to the Appalachian Mountains. Follow links below to get more information on this month's content: First Day Hikes - http://news.maryland.gov/dnr/2018/01/05/maryland-hikers-start-off-new-year-trekking-more-than-2500-miles/ Icebreaking - http://dnr.maryland.gov/boating/Pages/ice_breaking.aspx Icebreaking Tangiers - http://news.maryland.gov/dnr/2018/01/11/maryland-icebreaker-comes-to-aid-of-tangier-island-va/ Ice Fishing - http://news.maryland.gov/dnr/2017/12/21/expert-winter-2018/ Rocky Gap State Park - http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/western/rockygap.aspx Deep Creek Lake State Park - http://dnr.maryland.gov/publiclands/Pages/western/deepcreek.aspx Great American Outdoor Show - https://www.greatamericanoutdoorshow.org Like what you see? Please subscribe to our channel, give us a thumbs up, and share with your friend and family!
Views: 3003 MarylandDNR
PM Sets Integrated Water Management as Long-Term Agenda
 
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Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has confirmed the government is laying down a long term plan on integrated water management in an attempt to avert drought problems in the future.
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Stopping Federal Agencies from Purchasing Scare California Water for Fish
 
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May 1, 2015 -- House of Representatives Adopts McClintock Amendment to Stop Federal Agencies from Purchasing Scarce California Water for Fish: The House of Representatives adopted an amendment by Congressman Tom McClintock to forbid federal agencies from buying up scarce water during California’s catastrophic drought in order to release it into rivers to meet environmental requirements. The amendment was adopted today as part of the Fiscal Year 2016 Energy and Water Appropriations Act. www.mcclintock.house.gov
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Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration program 75 Year Anniversary | Indiana DNR
 
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Gary Armstrong, Federal Aid and Planning Coordinator, explains what the Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration program is, how it is funded, and how it benefits every Hoosier. For more information about wildlife and sport fish restoration, visit: http://www.in.gov/dnr/fishwild/5446.htm Some photos courtesy of the Friends of Goose Pond.