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fish stock

[′fish ‚stäk]
(ecology)
Any natural population of fish which is an isolated and self-perpetuating group of the same species.
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Some 6,000 mosquito fish stocks have been released in the stagnant waters of Barangay Pogo Grande here as part of the city's dengue prevention measures.
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The country has doubled its fish stocks since the launch of the Kenya Coast Services Guards six months ago, reports show.According to records in Liwatoni, Mombasa County, the stock has increased by 155,000 tonnes after the KCGS and international security teams stopped illegal fishing vessels from operating in Kenyan waters.
A new aquaculture strategy that will help protect local fish stocks and ensure food security has been launched in Abu Dhabi.
The fish were produced by the Aquaculture Centre of Marine Studies on Abu Al Abyad Island, and were released to boost fish stocks and enhance the country's food security.
The urgent measure was adopted after fish stocks dropped by 90 per cent since 2004.
The fish were released to the two recovering river systems to support wider restoration projects and encourage natural recovery of fish stocks in the future.
The fish were released to the two recovering river system to support wider restoration projects and encourage natural recovery of fish stocks in the future.
The Special Economic Zone Authority of Duqm (SEZAD) is in discussion with the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries and other stakeholders in the fisheries sector to establish a man-made infrastructure inside the sea including the use of artificial coral reefs to ensure availability of fish stocks throughout the year.
A HUGE majority of Brits would back laws to protect fish stocks after Brexit.
This initiative, which aims to preserve the fish stocks threatened with over-exploitation was welcomed by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), saying "it will join forces for the future of fish stocks and fishermen in the region."