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Research on Pacific Islands has revealed the pivotal involvement of women in all aspects of fisheries, from harvesting through processing to marketing. Women are not 'just gleaning'; they are making essential contributions to local food security and in many cases, also enabling the commercial fishin...
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Rings of dense tissue found in the base of the stipe of a long stiped variety of the perennial laminarian Ecklonia radiata in New Zealand result from a cycle of slow and rapid growth with periodic haptera production. These rings can be used to estimate the age of the plant. The diameter of the rings...
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E. radiata (C. Ag.) J. Ag. growing in Goat Island Bay, New Zealand produced up to 6 kg dry weight of tissue m super(-2) yr super(-1) in dense populations at 7-m depth. Half this tissue and an unknown amount of exudates were sloughed or torn off. Tissue production at 15 m was 0.3 to 0.5 kg m super(-2...
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The 'brain drain' phenomenon is typically seen as a zero-sum game, where one party's gain is presumed to be another's drain. This corresponds to deep-seated assumptions about what is 'home' & what is 'away'. This article challenges the view, driven by much 'brain drain' literature, that the dyna...
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