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Mahseer Trust publishes new paper on water security in India

Mahseer Trust publishes new paper on water security in India

One of the key challenges of conserving riverine fishes is ensuring adequate flows to support the ecological requirements of all species and life stages. Working with MT collaborator and ecosystem services expert Dr Mark Everard, MT Director of Research, Adrian Pinder, has just published a paper in Science of the Total Environment, which looks at the bigger picture of water security in the arid landscape of Rajasthan, India.

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Mahseer Trust Director of Research at the World Recreational Fishing Conference, Canada

Mahseer Trust Director of Research at the World Recreational Fishing Conference, Canada

Mahseer Trust Director of Research and International Relations, Adrian Pinder, has just returned from the eighth World Recreational Fishing Conference, where he presented current research on the effects of stocking on endemic mahseer populations and the performance of recreational fisheries in India. The conference attracted 396 delegates from 21 different countries to centralise recreational fishing expertise over a four day event

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Mahseer conservation: No longer a random harvest

Mahseer conservation: No longer a random harvest

The pool brimming with golden mahseer in the scenic Kosi River, protected by the staff of the Ramnagar Forest Department and Infinity Resorts, was the major impetus for the meeting of wildlife conservationists and law enforcement agencies on April 8, 2017, at Dhikuli village, Nainital district, Uttarakhand.

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Fishing and Aquatic Science – Adrian Pinder

Fishing and Aquatic Science – Adrian Pinder

A self-professed angler since birth, Adrian Pinder has loved fishing since he was 2! Angling primarily as a hobby, Pinder grew up hanging around his local tack shop, picking up tips to eventually competing, and winning himself. Now having angled in not only his home...

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