Tagged fisherman-scientist partnerships

New research on the Atlantic wolffish, a depleted species that needs our help

In the deep ocean waters off New England’s coast lives one of our region’s most unique fish species: the Atlantic wolffish. While these fish may look threatening, and indeed they use their canine-like teeth (hence the name “wolffish”) to crush … More Info »

Center for American Progress: Fish on Fridays: The (Nonsensical) Politics of Fisheries Funding

Below is the most recent post from Fish on Fridays, a biweekly series of articles from the Center for American Progress (CAP) dealing with fishery management issues. To view this article on the CAP website, where you can also find … More Info »

New England Fishery Science is Top Notch

Jud Crawford is a science and policy manager for the Pew Environment Group Determining the past, present and future health of wild fish in the ocean is the complex task that scientists at New England’s Northeast Fisheries Science Center face … More Info »

Fisherman-Scientist Partnerships

This post is by Mr. Brian Smith and Dr. Jason Link, fishery biologists, and Mr. Frank Almeida, the Deputy Director with the NOAA Fisheries Service’s Northeast Fisheries Science Center in Woods Hole, Mass. Scientists often partner with fishermen to do … More Info »