“Fishing Rods Market Forecast, Trend Analysis & Competition Tracking - Global Market Insights 2019 - 2029 - Yahoo Finance” plus 3 more

“Fishing Rods Market Forecast, Trend Analysis & Competition Tracking - Global Market Insights 2019 - 2029 - Yahoo Finance” plus 3 more


Fishing Rods Market Forecast, Trend Analysis & Competition Tracking - Global Market Insights 2019 - 2029 - Yahoo Finance

Posted: 14 Aug 2019 04:12 AM PDT

NEW YORK, Aug. 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ --

The newly published research study on the Fishing Rods Market offers a holistic overview of the market with exclusive insights, backed with historical data and forecast on the fishing rods market. A detailed assessment of the market and the factors influencing the fishing rods market growth are also included in the extensive market study. The inclusion of micro- and macro-economic factors that play a crucial role, the market dynamics including trends, challenges, growth opportunities and key market drivers makes this study a crucial business intelligence tool. The report also includes segment-wise and region-wise evaluation along with competitive landscape of the fishing rods market.

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Chapter 1 - Executive Summary

This chapter focuses on the key findings pertaining to the fishing rods market. It also includes details assessment of trends and opportunities in the fishing rods market. The summary of key statistics and market characteristics is also included in this chapter.

Chapter 2 - Market Overview

This chapter provides a brief introduction of the fishing rods market with the inclusion of market definition and market taxonomy. The chapter allows the readers to get a gist of the overall market.

Chapter 3 – Associated Industry and Key Indicator Assessment

This chapter provides a detailed background of the fishing rods market from the evolution of fishing rods, parent market assessment, and a detailed overview of the associated industries and key indicators with the help of key market numbers and related statistics. The report also includes value chain analysis, PESTE analysis, key macro-economic factors and forecast factors, allowing readers to get a glance of the market background. The sports fishing participation demographics and STP analysis is also included in the report.

Chapter 4 – Market Dynamics

This chapter sheds light on the key dynamics of the fishing rods market including market drivers, key challenges, and key market trends. Readers can understand the factors that are pushing the growth of the market, along with factors that hinder the growth of the fishing rods market.

Chapter 5 – Social Media Sentiment Analysis

This chapter offers various perspectives of keyword "fishing rods" on social media, including Google Trends, and Social Mention. The score of key sources for fishing keyword included in the chapter further helps readers in understanding the market in-depth.

Chapter 6 – Survey Analysis

This evaluation of fishing rod consumer and manufacturers survey in covered in this chapter.

Chapter 7 – Price Point Analysis

This chapter provides a pricing analysis of the fishing rods market with average prices for Fishing Rods in US$ per unit by rod type. The section also covers a pricing analysis for the key regions. Key factors impacting the pricing has also been discussed in this chapter.

Chapter 8 - Global Fishing Rods Analysis and Forecast

This section of the report offers an analysis of the segments in which the fishing rods market is divided. The market is segmented according to rod type, flex type, rod weight, sales channel, and region. The further division in sub-segments provides details on the growth of the fishing rods market. All the segments include critical numbers in the form of value, volume and year-on-year growth.

Chapter 9 - North America Fishing Rods Analysis and Forecast

This chapter statistics with respect to year-on-year growth and market attractiveness on fishing rods in North America. All other segmentations are covered in the chapter include statistics for U.S. and Canada.

Chapter 10 - Latin America Fishing Rods Analysis and Forecast

This chapter provides an assessment of the fishing rods market in Latin America with the inclusion of a year-on-year growth assessment and market attractiveness. The chapter also includes statistics for Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Chile, Peru and Rest of Latin America.

Chapter 11 - Europe Fishing Rods Analysis and Forecast

This chapter incorporates statistics including year-on-year growth and market attractiveness on fishing rods market in Europe. The report provides a statistics for Germany, France, Italy, Spain, U.K., BENELUX, Nordic and Rest of Europe, in this section.

Chapter 12 – CIS and Russia Fishing Rods Analysis and Forecast

This chapter provides a detailed overview of the fishing rods market in CIS & Russia with key market numbers and statistics.

Chapter 13 - Japan Fishing Rods Analysis and Forecast

This chapter provides a detailed overview of the fishing rods market in Japan with key market numbers and statistics. The section also offer a y-o-y analysis and market attractiveness.

Chapter 14 - APEJ Fishing Rods Analysis and Forecast

This chapter offers key statistics on fishing rods market in APEJ on the basis of market value and size. The chapter also includes statistics for Greater China, ASEAN, Oceania, South Korea, India and Rest of APEJ, along with a y-o-y growth analysis and concludes with market attractiveness.

Chapter 15 - MEA Fishing Rods Analysis and Forecast

This chapter offers key statistics on the fishing rods market in MEA. The chapter also includes statistics for South Africa, GCC Countries, Turkey, Iran and Rest of MEA, along with a y-o-y growth analysis and concludes with market attractiveness.

Chapter 16 – Competitive Assessment

This chapter offers a detailed understanding of the key competitors in the fishing rods market in a unique dashboard representation. The section also provides market structure analysis, as well as market share analysis of leading market players. The key developments and strategies adopted by fishing rods competitors is included in the report.

Chapter 17 – Fishing Rods Market Vendor Analysis

This section includes an individual profile of the key competitors in the fishing rods market. Their present market position has been discussed in terms of company description, offerings, key strategies and developments, regional presence, fishing rods market share and SWOT analysis.

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Underrated smartphone apps you didn’t know you needed - Digital Trends

Posted: 14 Aug 2019 05:30 AM PDT

You always have your smartphone within reach, and it can serve your every whim regardless of where you are or what you're up to. But sometimes circumstances arise when you wonder if there's an app that can help. Chances are, there is. Both the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store host over 2 million apps each, and there's bound to be something that suits every circumstance, no matter how specific or obscure.

We picked out some highly rated apps spanning both platforms that will help you through various situations and events. Most are free with ads, though some also have a pro version. That's not enough? Have a look at our massive lists of best iOS apps and best Android apps for 2019.

Gas prices are all over the lot. If you're fanatical about getting the best price down to a fraction of a cent, then you'll want to pull over to the curb to check GasBuddy before you pull into the nearest gas station. The app provides price hike alerts so you can fill up first before the price goes up, current deals from local convenience stores, and uses your phone's motion detection to identify actions that may be bad for your fuel economy. The app quotes price information from users for the U.S., Canada, and Australia.

iOS Android

Learning a foreign language can be very challenging, but Duolingo makes the experience more pleasant and productive through very short, game-like lessons. The award-winning app facilitates practicing your speaking, reading, listening, and writing skills in a fun format. You boost your skills by responding to questions and doing lessons. The app starts you off with basic verbs, phrases, and sentences, and has you progress through new vocabulary words every day.

iOS  Android

It's 2 a.m. and you're wide awake. Why not go outside and look up? Depending on where you are, there are twinkling little lights that humans have been staring at since the world began, and Star Chart helps you interpret what you are seeing. Assisted by your smartphone's GPS and an accurate 3D universe, Star Chart calculates the current location of every star and planet visible from Earth and shows you where they are, even during the day.

If you want to know what that bright thing is, point your phone at it. View your immediate area or the other side of the world by pointing your phone down toward the ground. You can find out your star sign or use voice control to navigate outer space. The app displays all 88 constellations and 120,000 stars. A premium version for $5 tracks satellite positions, meteor showers, and includes Charles Messier's catalog of exotic deep sky objects.

iOS  Android

Sure, the default image editing app on your iPhone or Android smartphone is serviceable enough to do some basic improvements on your pictures, but if you'd like something a bit more comprehensive and easy to use, Snapseed is your jam. The app features 29 tools and filters to enhance any image — such as healing, brush, structure, HDR, perspective, and more. It opens both JPEG and raw files, saves custom looks to use on different photos, and has a selective filter brush. All styles can be tweaked with precise controls. You can achieve double exposures to blend two photos, face enhancements to add eye focus, improved lighting and skin softening, and enhanced portrait posing.

iOS  Android

When you're walking around town, it's a cinch that your money is burning a hole in your pocket. A coffee here, a magazine or book there, a couple of bucks to someone in need — by the time you get home you have no idea where it all went. Keep better track of your money with Spending Tracker. You'll still spend it all, but at least you'll know on what. It features an intuitive interface that lets you enter and track expenses, adjust time periods, set budgets, view a summary, log income and expenses, create multiple accounts for personal and business expenses, get report charts, and back up everything to Dropbox. You'll have to upgrade to get the syncing feature.

iOS  Android

RunPee

You're at the movies and nature calls. But you can't leave your seat as the suspense builds — or can you? RunPee is one of those apps you can't believe really exist, but that actually serves a great purpose: It tells you at what part of the movie you can use the loo without missing anything. Seriously. The app's timer vibrates to alert you when a good time for a pee break is coming so you don't have to bother your companions or other moviegoers in the theater. Just enjoy the movie without stressing about when you can duck out. The database of 1,300 movies is updated weekly, whenever films open to wide distribution in theaters. It also provides a synopsis for your time out so you know what you missed. If you're running late for the show, the app will catch you up on what you missed in the first three minutes.

iOS   Android

Go ahead, laugh. But just wait until you're stuck somewhere, need to use the bathroom, and have no idea where public toilets are located. Then you will be happy to have this useful app. Flush uses geolocation technology to alert you of where a public toilet is closest to you. It's serviceable if not perfect. The app has over 190,000 bathrooms in its database and you can search even while offline. It tells you which ones offer disabled access, charge a fee, or require a key, and gives directions on how to locate them. You can also add a toilet to augment the crowdsourced list of toilets and rate or report a toilet by swiping left on a specific toilet in the list.

iOS  Android

With your smartphone as a de facto record keeper, scanning is quickly becoming extinct. CamScanner reclaims that skill somewhat by giving you a nicely centered document in proper proportion and in PDF format instead of a poorly captured one. The app lets you digitize business and personal documents, optimize scan quality for professional rendition, share documents through the usual channels or print them, edit, annotate, or watermark, password protect, and search. OCR features to extract text from images are available in the premium version for $5 per month or $50 per year. You must register to sync documents across platforms.

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Animal movies promote awareness, not harm, say researchers - ScienceBlog.com

Posted: 14 Aug 2019 06:40 AM PDT

Contrary to what was widely communicated in media by high-profile figures, researchers at the University of Oxford have found that the movie 'Finding Dory' had no impact on increasing demand for blue tang fish, the species of the main protagonist. They did find, however, an increase in online searches for that species, showing that blockbusters can drive information-seeking behaviour about nature.

The emotive warnings were made because of global reports that its precursor 'Finding Nemo' had inspired a surge in purchases of clown fish, which in turn caused environmental and animal harm. This became known as "the Nemo effect".

The most high profile of the warnings came from the voice of 'Little Dory' herself – Ellen DeGeneres, and largely all the appeals focused on stopping viewers from buying pets linked with the movie.

Results from scientists at the University of Oxford published in the journal Ambio today, show that the links between consumer-demand for wildlife and blockbuster movies are largely unfounded.

Their results suggest that exposure to these movies does not increase demand for live animals, but can instead drive information-seeking behaviour.

The researchers looked at data on online search patterns, from the Google Trends platform, fish purchase data from a major US importer of ornamental fish and visitation data from 20 Aquaria across the US.

Their results show that, counter to popular narratives, by focusing on lesser-known species, blockbuster movies can actually bring attention to species that would normally not receive attention, illuminating animal diversity and environmental threats that are of societal concern.

The scientists say it is hard to determine exactly how reports of "the Nemo effect" originated, although past research mentions a number of press articles in the UK, USA and Australia, published shortly after the release of the movie. These were amplified by numerous other outlets around the world.

Allegations have also been made in the media linking the Harry Potter movie series and Zootopia to spikes in demand for certain species. In both cases separate studies found that these allegations have not been supported by the evidence. Similar allegations have been made for movies as diverse as the Teenage Mutant Ninja turtles and Jurassic Park.

The scientists' research suggests that there is no evidence that the "Nemo effect" is real.

Lead researcher, Diogo Veríssimo, from the Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, said: 'We think these narratives are so compelling because they are based on a clear causal link that is plausible, relating to events that are high profile – Finding Dory was one of the highest grossing animated movies in history.

'My research looks at demand for wildlife in multiple contexts. As such I was intrigued as to whether the connection between these blockbusters and demand for wildlife was as straight-forward as had been described in the media. My experience is that human behaviour is hard to influence, particularly at scale and it seemed unlikely that movies like Finding Nemo, Finding Dory and the Harry Potter series indeed generated spikes in demand for the species they feature.

'Our results suggest that the impact of movies is limited when it comes to the large-scale buying of animals. There is, however, a clear effect in terms of information-seeking which means that the media does play an important role in making wildlife and nature conservation more salient. This is particularly the case for animation movies which are viewed by a much more diverse group of people than, for example, nature documentaries.'

The researchers plan to follow up this study with an examination of the role of nature and wildlife documentaries in shaping behaviours towards nature: for example, the impact of the BBC Blue Planet series on behaviours around plastics and of the documentary Black Fish on attitudes towards cetacean captivity.

Diogo Veríssimo (Department of Zoology, University of Oxford) collaborated on this paper with Sean Anderson (Pacific Biological Station, Fisheries and Oceans Canada) and Michael Tlusty (School for the Environment, University of Massachusetts Boston).

'The Nemo effect' is untrue: Animal movies promote awareness, not harm, say researchers - EurekAlert

Posted: 13 Aug 2019 10:02 PM PDT

The emotive warnings were made because of global reports that its precursor 'Finding Nemo' had inspired a surge in purchases of clown fish, which in turn caused environmental and animal harm. This became known as "the Nemo effect".

The most high profile of the warnings came from the voice of 'Little Dory' herself - Ellen DeGeneres, and largely all the appeals focused on stopping viewers from buying pets linked with the movie.

Results from scientists at the University of Oxford published in the journal Ambio today, show that the links between consumer-demand for wildlife and blockbuster movies are largely unfounded.

Their results suggest that exposure to these movies does not increase demand for live animals, but can instead drive information-seeking behaviour.

The researchers looked at data on online search patterns, from the Google Trends platform, fish purchase data from a major US importer of ornamental fish and visitation data from 20 Aquaria across the US.

Their results show that, counter to popular narratives, by focusing on lesser-known species, blockbuster movies can actually bring attention to species that would normally not receive attention, illuminating animal diversity and environmental threats that are of societal concern.

The scientists say it is hard to determine exactly how reports of "the Nemo effect" originated, although past research mentions a number of press articles in the UK, USA and Australia, published shortly after the release of the movie. These were amplified by numerous other outlets around the world.

Allegations have also been made in the media linking the Harry Potter movie series and Zootopia to spikes in demand for certain species. In both cases separate studies found that these allegations have not been supported by the evidence. Similar allegations have been made for movies as diverse as the Teenage Mutant Ninja turtles and Jurassic Park.

The scientists' research suggests that there is no evidence that the "Nemo effect" is real.

Lead researcher, Diogo Veríssimo, from the Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, said: 'We think these narratives are so compelling because they are based on a clear causal link that is plausible, relating to events that are high profile - Finding Dory was one of the highest grossing animated movies in history.

'My research looks at demand for wildlife in multiple contexts. As such I was intrigued as to whether the connection between these blockbusters and demand for wildlife was as straight-forward as had been described in the media. My experience is that human behaviour is hard to influence, particularly at scale and it seemed unlikely that movies like Finding Nemo, Finding Dory and the Harry Potter series indeed generated spikes in demand for the species they feature.

'Our results suggest that the impact of movies is limited when it comes to the large-scale buying of animals. There is, however, a clear effect in terms of information-seeking which means that the media does play an important role in making wildlife and nature conservation more salient. This is particularly the case for animation movies which are viewed by a much more diverse group of people than, for example, nature documentaries.'

The researchers plan to follow up this study with an examination of the role of nature and wildlife documentaries in shaping behaviours towards nature: for example, the impact of the BBC Blue Planet series on behaviours around plastics and of the documentary Black Fish on attitudes towards cetacean captivity.

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Diogo Veríssimo (Department of Zoology, University of Oxford) collaborated on this paper with Sean Anderson (Paci?c Biological Station, Fisheries and Oceans Canada) and Michael Tlusty (School for the Environment, University of Massachusetts Boston).

For more information or to request images, please contact the University of Oxford press office at ruth.abrahams@admin.ox.ac.uk / 01865 280730

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