Tagged red tide

Fish Talk in the News – Friday, June 6

In this week’s Fish Talk in the News, fishing industry members respond to a plan to distribute $33 million in federal disaster aid; fishermen say eight large trawlers cleared out 160 percent of the herring quota in Area 1B; the west coast groundfish fishery gains MSC certification; the Senate Appropriations Committee passes a funding bill with several fisheries provisions; Maine’s elver catch falls short of the quota; summer flounder are moving north, sparking debate over quota allocations; Maine lobstermen say a NOAA hydrographic survey vessel is cutting their lines; softshell clam beds on the North Shore close due to a red tide bloom. … More Info »

Fish Talk in the News – Friday, October 11

In this week’s Fish Talk in the News, a mussel farm is proposed adjacent to Cape Wind; surf clam beds on Georges Bank are beginning to reopen after 23 years; the New England Aquarium teams up with seafood companies to promote sustainability; a research summit focuses on industry-supported stock assessments; the Wellfleet Oyster Festival draws attention to issues faced by oyster farmers; the shutdown leaves state agencies worried they won’t be able to address marine mammal strandings; a Nature comment calls for a global ocean observatory; a new study identifies genetically distinct river herring stocks. … More Info »

Fish Talk in the News – Friday, May 10

In this week’s Fish Talk in the News, stakeholders discuss Magnuson reauthorization at the Managing Our Nation’s Fisheries conference in DC, NOAA releases its 2013 scallop regulations, alewives are historically and ecologically important to Maine; SMAST develops new yellowtail survey methods; John Bullard defends NOAA’s groundfish regulations; the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation announces new fisheries grants; two new sensors in the Gulf of Maine will monitor red tide blooms. … More Info »