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    US agency’s fish-kill study condemned
    July 24, 2014 -- A regional conservation leader accused federal officials Wednesday of “dereliction,” after a fisheries agency omitted recent fish and turtle entrapments from a key endangered species report on the Salem/Hope Creek nuclear plant.
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    VIDEO: Spangled Emperor Fish Dazzle the Great Barrier Reef
    July 24, 2014 -- When you think of the Great Barrier Reef, you probably think of vibrant corals, glowing clams, and free-swimming sea turtles. But in this slow-motion video, one free diver catches the elegant beauty of spangled emperor—a fish you may have overlooked.
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    Vulnerability of Sharks in Commercial Fishing
    MIAMI -- July 24, 2014 -- University of Miami Rosenstiel School and Abess Center-led study provides new information for shark conservation efforts.
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    Microbeads from Toiletries Often End up in Lakes, River, and Oceans
    July 23, 2014 -- Next time you brush your teeth or exfoliate your face, spare a thought for Lake Erie.
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    Climate Change Threat To New England Fisheries
    July 22, 2014 -- Over the past century, Boston Harbor's average annual temperature has climbed three and a half degrees. Scientists say that this slow climb is creating significant changes in the ocean's ecosystem.
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GLOUCESTER DAILY TIMES: Where's the fisherman on review panel for new cod data?

August 18, 2014 -- It would be nice to think that, in the wake of an “unscheduled” stock assessment that conspicuously left out any input from fishermen or others inherently familiar with the industry, the planned “peer review” of the findings by NOAA’s NFSC would include someone who represents the fishermen’s interests before there is any move to carry out even more dire limit cuts for Gulf of Maine cod.