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Fish Talk in the News – Friday, May 2

In this week’s Fish Talk in the News, NOAA releases two reports on the status of U.S. fisheries; NOAA publishes rules for sector and common pool groundfish vessels for the 2014 fishing year; a new study finds evidence of pteropods dissolving due to ocean acidification; a Boston Globe editorial calls for stronger scrutiny of seafood imports; river herring return to Connecticut rivers, but are still at risk at sea; fluke fishermen say states should coordinate to reduce discards; GMRI’s sustainable seafood program partners with thirteen restaurants; a blog considers whether NOAA should develop a seafood certification program; an op-ed says Cape Cod anglers should voluntarily cut their striped bass catch. … More Info »