State Department Seeks Judges for 3rd Fishackathon
Fishackathon host sites are seeking fisheries and technology experts to participate in the hackathon as panel judges, on-site consultants, and Team Members
Obama to Designate New National Monuments
The following is an excerpt from a story by Juliet Eilperin, Washington Post White House bureau chief, who addresses new national monuments to be declared this week, and mentions possibilities for additional designations
SMAST scientists improving cod counting technology
Initial tests of new video system show promise in effort to assist policy-makers and regulators in making science-based decisions.
Study Demands New Approach to Fishing Regulation
Complexity is the confounding principle in the process of fishery regulation. It has led to confusion, acrimony, litigation and fear among the myriad stakeholders in the Northeast Multi-Species Fishery.
Court battle continues over at-sea monitoring
The federal lawsuit filed by a New Hampshire fisherman to block NOAA Fisheries' plan to shift the cost of at-sea monitoring to groundfish permit holders has devolved, at least for now, into a paper fight.