Posted January 2015

Fish Talk in the News –Friday, January 2

In this week’s Fish Talk in the News, NOAA released two reports on the impacts of climate change on Northeast fisheries; researchers are using underwater acoustics to study cod spawning activity; NOAA Fisheries clarified cod interim measures; European demand for Maine lobster is high; NEFMC is seeking vessels for shrimp surveys; Maine regulators closed two scallop areas; a new podcast features recent sea turtle strandings; ocean acidification is weakening mussel shells; NOAA established speed restriction zones to protect endangered whales; Buzzards Bay Coalition is working to remove a dam; GARFO released its 5-year plan for public comment; NMFS is seeking public comment on its environmental assessment of NEFSC research; Mass EEA approved Gloucester’s Harbor Plan; the federal spending bill included several fisheries provisions; and MSA reauthorization will continue in the 114th Congress. … More Info »