Feds to Analyze Impacts of Western Pacific Fisheries
The National Marine Fisheries Service announced on Monday that it will prepare a Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement on the U.S. Pacific Island deep-set tuna longline fisheries, which target bigeye tuna.
$3M to 'enhance' marine research
Gov. Charlie Baker traveled to Gloucester on Thursday to bestow nearly $3 million in Massachusetts Life Sciences Center state grants to the Gloucester Genomics Institute and four North Shore schools.
New York wind energy challenge stalls in court
“Getting a preliminary injunction granted is difficult, given the high standards that the court applies,” said Mayor Kirk Larson of Barnegat Light, N.J., one of the plaintiffs in the case.
Are big ups and downs normal for forage fish?
Forage fish stocks have undergone fluctuation swings for hundreds of years, research shows.
Fishermen say proposed sanctuary risky for them
Some fishermen are relieved the nomination of the Baltimore Canyon as a national marine sanctuary was pulled from consideration.