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In the wilderness of Washington state's Olympic National Park, hydraulic hammers chip away at the Glines Canyon Dam in the largest dam-removal project in U.S. history.

KOKRAJHAR, April 26 – Some leading scientists of India have underlined the potential of aquaculture with integrated sustainable farming in the BTC region.

India is endowed with a wide diversity of water resources, which sustains a large fisheries sector in the country. India contributes nearly five percent towards global fish production. The Indian fisheries sector has registered an average annual growth rate of around four percent during the last five years.

An oil spill in Nigeria for which Royal Dutch Shell is being sued for tens of millions of dollars in a London court was at least 60 times worse than it announced, a report by Amnesty International

Shrimp processors have asked a federal judge to delay preliminary approval of BP Plc's proposed settlement of economic damage claims from the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, arguing that it is unfai

Peruvian authorities are still trying to unravel the mystery of why hundreds of dolphins ended up dead on beaches in the country over the past 2 1/2 months.

A preliminary report largely based on the observation of a recently turned toxic drain feeding the Keenjhar Lake has blamed lack of coordination among government departments for its longstanding pr

Shillong, April 19: The preliminary report on the cause of the death of fishes in Kynshi and Rilang rivers, West Khasi Hills, has ruled out the possibility of radiation from uranium ore exploration

The Meghalaya government today said preliminary investigation suggests the sudden death of fishes in Ranikor River in West Khasi Hills district is probably due to “use of toxic substances by locals

Climate change has been posing serious threat to fisheries and livestock resources in the coastal belt of the country.