Maine Lobsters are moving north as ocean warms
A big shift is coming to the Maine lobster population — and it could devastate the local economy
Struggle continues over fishing in Biscayne Park
The no-fish zone aims to create an area that would allow big fish to proliferate and increase populations quickly. The reserve has been a hotly contested issue between fishermen and conservationists.
At Sea Monitors to stay, costing groundfishermen
NOAA Fisheries has denied the request by the New England Fishery Management Council in June to use emergency measures to immediately suspend at-sea monitoring for vessels in the Northeast multispecies groundfish fishery.
DANIEL OVANDO: Oceans are Not Running Out of Fish
This predicted collapse of global fisheries was strongly criticized and largely rejected within the fishery science community on the basis of two major problems.
There’s no cod from Cape Cod in local markets
Cod has slipped almost entirely out of reach for local fishermen over the last decade as stocks have contracted due to overfishing and environmental changes and quotas have been reduced to near nothing.