Written by the Guardian
Environmentalists and indigenous reindeer herders are calling on the Queen, Sir David Attenborough and Stephen Fry to disassociate themselves from a charity contracted to help a mining operation in a national park in Finland.
Written by Bay Journal
Ever seen a bobtail squid? How about spotted lanternfish, or Muller’s pearlside? If not, you have plenty of company. They’re just a few of the dizzying array of little fish found in the ocean that most people have never heard of, much less seen. But without them, much of what we think of as seafood wouldn’t be available.
Written by New York Times
“Most people don’t think data management is sexy,” says Jared Auerbach, owner of Red’s Best, a seafood distributor in Boston. Most don’t associate it with fishing, either. But Mr. Auerbach and a few other seafood entrepreneurs are using technology to lift the curtain on the murky details surrounding where and how fish are caught in American waters.
Written by Alaska Dispatch News
Pacific cod, walleye pollock and some types of salmon have been found in more areas of U.S. Arctic waters and sleeper sharks are now established there, according to a new report released by the U.S. Geological Survey and U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management.
Written by Herald-Tribune
Your adversary has eight arms, three hearts, blue blood and a brain proportionate to those of parrots with hundred-word vocabularies. Three-fifths of its neurons are distributed along its appendages, which sense the world through suction cups. The creature is colorblind, but it makes intentional decisions to alter its own color, shape and texture within one-tenth of a second.
Written by Salem News
Sweden’s response to a highly critical analysis of its rationale for banning the export of American lobsters to the European Union still falls far short of a credible scientific standard, Congressman Seth Moulton said Friday.
Written by Peninsula Daily News
It was another tough week in the news, with foreign and domestic terrorist threats, climate change, forest fires, droughts, floods, endangered species, invasive species and a recurring disaster worse than all the others put together: a shanghaied presidential election that makes our country the laughingstock of the civilized world.
Written by Mercury News
SACRAMENTO -- The upcoming Dungeness crab season will likely be affected by harmful algal blooms that contaminate seafood with a potent biotoxin, but the impact on commercial fishing probably won't be as severe as it was in 2015-16, when the season was disrupted by an unprecedented closure, experts said Wednesday.
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The American Fisheries Society is honoring recently retired Florida Institute of Oceanography director Bill Hogarth with the Carl R. Sullivan Fishery Conservation Award — one of the nation's premier awards in fisheries science - in recognition of his long career and leadership in preserving some of the world's most threatened species, advocating for environmental protections and leading Florida's scientific response to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.Read more ...
The Marine Stewardship Council has appointed Eric Critchlow as the new U.S. Program Director. Critchlow will be based in the MSC US headquarters in Seattle. He is a former vice president of Lusamerica Foods and has over 35 years in the seafood industry.Read more ...