1. B-Roll: Lionfish


    from NOAA Fisheries Added 15 0 0

    Underwater footage of Indo-Pacific lionfish–invasive in the Caribbean Sea. Footage shot in Caribbean Sea.

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    • WNC Brookies


      from Damon Hearne Added 92 0 0

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      • Portraits of a Predator


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        Bull Trout (Salvelinus confluentus) are a long lived, apex predator native to the Pacific Northwest, migrating from tiny tributaries to main stem sections throughout the changing seasons. Known for their aggressive nature by fly fishermen, underwater they are calm and confident. They are a truly fascinating predator and one of my absolute favorite fish species I have personally encountered.

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        • DamNation - Official Trailer (available February 17th, 2015)


          from Indiecan Entertainment Added 4 0 0

          Available in Canada February 17th on DVD and VOD http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3345206/

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          • CANADA Dept Fisheries & Oceans


            from Aperture Cinema Studio Added 11 0 0

            Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) has the lead federal role in managing Canada’s fisheries and safeguarding its waters and is also responsible for services and programs that contribute to the safety, security, and accessibility of Canada’s waterways.

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            • Mysteries of the Leeuwin (1988)


              from CSIRO Added 8 0 0

              This documentary examines the nature and impact of the Leeuwin Current, the great surge of warm water which travels down the coast of Western Australia and into the Bight each winter. It is the only current off the western edge of the continent that carries warm water to the poles. The study of the Leeuwin by CSIRO marine scientists involves the deployment of moored instruments and drifting buoys as well as the enhancement and interpretation of satellite imagery. There is now strong evidence linking the strength of the current to the El Niño phenomenon, the great fluctuation in atmospheric pressure which presages widespread climatic disturbances, including Australia''s recurrent severe droughts. The Leeuwin influences the migration and spawning of the Western rock lobster as well as the blue-fin tuna, salmon and other important marine life. Video transcripts available on our website: http://www.csiro.au/news/transcripts/YouTubeTranscripts/Archives/Mysteries_Leeuwin.htm

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              • To tag a shark (1986)


                from CSIRO Added 8 0 0

                Shark, commonly known as flake, is a widely accepted seafood. It comes from several species of cold water shark. But in the tropical waters north of Australia, there''s another shark fishing industry. Here, Taiwanese and Australian fishermen have been catching the Blacktip shark. In order to establish sound management practices for developing this industry, CSIRO researchers from the Division of Fisheries have undertaken a series of cruises in Northern Australia to study the biology and reproductive behaviour of the Blacktip species. Some one thousand sharks are caught and tagged on each cruise and much depends on the co-operation of Taiwanese and Australian fishermen in reporting the capture of tagged sharks. Meanwhile food tasting experiments are looking at the acceptability of northern sharks to southern palates. Video transcript available here: http://www.csiro.au/news/transcripts/YouTubeTranscripts/Archives/How_to_tag_a_white_shark.html

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                • Ajouter une entrée carte


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                  Cette vidéo vous explique comment vous pouvez ajouter un parcours ou un réservoir sur la carte de la rubrique coin de pêche de gobages.com http://www.gobages.com/coins-peche

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