How much do we know about seahorses in China? From fairytale to reality
Kellogg’s seahorse (H. kelloggi), taken in Shanghai Ocean Aquarium, June 2, 2014. Xiong Zhang/Project of wild seahorses could be as high as 12 to 15 million. Xiong Zhang (middle left) and Dr Qiang Lin xiong zhang By Xiong Zhang Before my recent trip home to China, I discovered a folk tale that explains why conservation in China. Xiong Zhang is a Ph.D student with Project Seahorse. You can follow him on Twitter @Harry01301.
What we talk about when we talk about fishers
xiong zhang By Xiong Zhang This is the first in a series of blogs about fisheries and conservation in China , marine conservation cannot be advanced without fishers' support. Xiong Zhang is a PhD student with Project Seahorse.
The ‘other’ seahorse experts: on the importance of listening to fishers
, conservation, and management of seahorses in China. Xiong Zhang is a PhD student with Project Seahorse. Follow him on Twitter @Harry0130. By Xiong Zhang A fisher counts his seahorses at Qinlan Fishing Port, Wenchang, Hainan Province xiong zhang . Photo: Xiong Zhang/Project Seahorse This is the third in a series of blogs about fisheries and
How much do you know about China’s marine fisheries?
not just China’s seahorses, but many other fish species threatened by bottom trawling. Xiong Zhang is By Xiong Zhang This is the second in a series of blogs about fisheries and conservation in China xiong zhang
Am I really a conservationist?
By Xiong Zhang Am I really a conservationist? As a young marine biologist, I’m kind of ashamed to xiong zhang
“Better to light a candle than curse the darkness” – Being a conservation optimist!
By Xiong Zhang As a conservationist, I usually encounter unexpected things since I view the world
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