In this edition of Fish Talk in the News, a growing seaweed industry in New England; seaweed invades Maine beaches; Maine’s mussels are disappearing; and Rep. Keating’s letter in the Boston Globe addressing groundfish monitoring. … More Info
On Wednesday, September 2 the New England Aquarium and the National Geographic Society are hosting an evening of scientific exploration celebrating two of New England’s oceans treasures: the Cashes Ledge Closed Area and the New England Coral Canyons and Seamounts.
Last week, we featured a shark, and before that, a pretty little rosefish. But today, we have a real fish’s fish for you – a greenish, scaly, schooling creature with barbels and a classic fishy silhouette – the Atlantic pollock.
In this edition of Fish Talk in the News, NOAA Fisheries announces new Climate Change Strategy; NOAA awards marine debris project grants; Snotbot exceeds funding goal; MAFMC will hold scoping hearings for action on unmanaged forage species; NOAA Fisheries changes federal fishery permit holder regulations; and Maine fishermen utilize technology.
In this edition of Fish Talk in the News, a new study finds that humans hunt and fish in unsustainable ways; a company finds a new use for old fishing nets; regulators may limit entry into shrimp fishery; NEFMC extends comment period for Herring Amendment 8; 15 Massachusetts communities receive a grant for climate change adaptation; Mass DMF announces closure of commercial striped bass season; Boston’s seafood processing industry is growing; and learn how you can protect turtle populations in the sea and on land.