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    JOHN MCMANUS: Drought shadows the start of California’s salmon season
    May 1, 2014 -- California’s drought will have major impacts on salmon – and salmon fishermen. Last fall, declining river levels left some salmon eggs high and dry, killing them. This and other drought-related problems will reduce the salmon run in 2016.
    DR. BRIAN ROTHSCHILD: Cause for optimism at NEFMC meeting
    May 1, 2014 -- Last Thursday, the Center for Sustainable Fisheries was generously given the opportunity to address the NEFMC regarding its proposal. CSF believes that it began an important discussion about increasing collaborative research projects in the future.
    THE BOSTON GLOBE: Fish need a paper trail
    April 28, 2014 -- Let the conscientious seafood buyer beware. First came news, via a 2011 Globe investigation, that restaurants and markets were frequently misrepresenting the fish they sold to consumers.
    AUDRA PARKER: Cape Wind's still up in the air for a reason
    April 28, 2014 -- There are good reasons why Cape Wind has struggled to get off the ground for the past 13 years. Not only is the project outdated, but its location in the heart of Nantucket Sound has now been determined to pose significant risks to a variety of endangered and threatened species.
    NILS STOLPE: As it once was, Magnuson can still be about the fish and the fishermen
    April 21, 2014 -- Thousands of recreational, charter, and commercial fishermen finally realized that, regardless of disagreements about allocation, we had far more in common than not and that the only way that we were ever going to change the federal management system is by working together. 
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GAVIN GIBBONS: The Activist-Led Panic Against Mercury In Fish Is Harming The American Diet

September 29, 2014 -- Next week, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is hosting a three-day forum focused on the increasingly politicized topic of mercury contamination in fish. Why should you care? If you stop eating seafood, you’re actually putting yourself at risk.