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Exhibition: Gulf of St Lawrence – Log 3. The Martha L. Black

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In the coming weeks, The Scuba News Canada will be featuring videos by Oceana Canada on the exploration of the Gulf of St Lawrence.

This weeks feature (Log 3) includes a tour of the Martha L. Black, conducted by Alexandra Cousteau.

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Throughout the Gulf of St. Lawrence Expedition, Oceana Canada and Fisheries and Oceans Canada have been living and working aboard the Canadian Coast Guard science vessel Martha L. Black. Follow Alexandra Cousteau for a tour of the vessel and see how scientists live when they are conducting research at sea.

This Project was supported partially by a financial contribution from Fisheries and Oceans Canada.

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Oceana Canada seeks to make our oceans as rich, healthy and abundant as they once were. Canada has the world's longest coastline and is responsible for 2.76 million square kilometers of ocean. This real estate makes Canada one of the world’s major fishing nations, catching 1.1 million metric tons of fish each year, or 1.6 per cent of the world’s wild fish catch by weight, and consistently ranking within the top 25 fish-producing countries in the world. But even with these high yields, Canadian fisheries are performing below their full potential. Fortunately, we know how to fix things. Science-based fishery management – which establishes science-based catch limits, reduces bycatch and protects habitat — is helping the oceans rebound and recover where it is established. Oceana Canada campaigns for national policies that rebuild fisheries and return Canada’s formerly vibrant oceans to health; reduce the harvesting of depleted fisheries; and avoid impacts to other species. We also work to protect key habitat for fish to breed and grow to maturity. Our campaigns address increasing fisheries management transparency and paving the way to recovery for Canada’s depleted fish populations.

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