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An Ocean Warming: Sea Level Rise

This post originally appeared on New England Ocean Odyssey, as part of “An Ocean Warming,” a series that dives into how climate change will impact New England’s ocean. From summer tourist destinations to local fishing ports and working waterfronts, New England’s coastal communities are a vital part of the region’s culture and economy. Sea level rise will create new problems for those working on fishing docks, beaches, and elsewhere along the water. … More Info »

Fish Feature: Atlantic Sturgeon

Our new Fish Feature series will share posts from New England Ocean Odyssey’s weekly “Fish Fridays.” New England Ocean Odyssey uses breathtaking images and captivating stories to highlight the amazing riches and diversity of New England’s ocean and bring attention to the issues facing it. … More Info »

A Tale of Two Cod

The almighty cod – the most legendary fish in our New England waters. Atlantic cod is greyish-green, and a renowned dweller of the Gulf of Maine. It is a staple of our traditional cuisine and a historic driver of our economy. You‘ve seen an Atlantic cod, right? But have you ever seen a red Atlantic cod? … More Info »

Bluefin Tuna: Value Beyond Measure

I’ll never forget the first time I saw a bluefin tuna in the wild for I knew instantly that I was seeing a supreme ocean creature…I suppose I should have been afraid of being hit by something so large and powerful, but rather than fear I was struck with awe instead. … More Info »

Fish Talk in the News – Friday, March 9

Some interesting news we’ve been reading this week: Senator Kerry introduces a bill to fund fishery research, the government and CLF support Amendment 16 in the Court of Appeals, author Paul Greenberg shares his current fish choices, and a roundup of this weekend’s ocean and fish-related events. … More Info »