As the right whale population continues to decline, lobstermen are again called on to change…
ASMI has selected Jeremy Woodrow, who has been serving as interim director since November, to officially take charge of the organization.
Record flooding has led the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to open the Morganza Spillway, diverting 150,000 cubic feet of fresh water per second from the Mississippi River into Louisiana waters.
Noisemakers, electric cables and other devices are part of a $778 million plan to fortify an Illinois waterway and keep invasive Asian carp from reaching the Great Lakes.
Researchers are seeking funding to continue and expand scientific expeditions in the North Pacific to study salmon stocks and the effects of climate change.
The U.S. Coast Guard rescued five fishermen from a life raft southeast of Sitka, Alaska, on Tuesday. The crew was forced to abandon their 70-foot wooden longliner when it began taking on water.
Alaska Rep. Don Young introduced the Keep Fin Fish Free Act in early May, a bill that that would make in more difficult for federal agencies to authorize commercial finfish aquaculture operations.
The extension will add 30 days to the 90-day period, pushing the deadline to June 29.
The U.S. Northeast shortfin squid (illex) fishery has been certified sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council, making it the second squid fishery worldwide to earn that designation.