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Black Sea Bass
Three North Atlantic right whales feeding at the water surface in Cape Cod Bay. Brigid McKenna/Center for Coastal Studies photo, under NOAA research permit #19315-01.
Portland public meeting on NMFS whale plan set for Oct. 5
The Ocean Wind project planned off Atlantic City, N.J., a longtime surf clam port, includes a study of the fishery's future by university scientists with industry design and support. Ørsted graphic.
Survey conflicts test relations between wind, fishing industries
Kim Sawicki, founder of Sustainable Seas Technology, works with deckhands on the F/V Capt Lynn out of Townsend, Ga., to test a new pot configuration for black sea bass. Sustainable Seas Technology photo
Ropeless gear puts South Atlantic black sea bass fishermen back on the water
Wolfgang Rain is chief coordinating officer for Sea Risk Solutions LLC. US Wind photo.
US Wind, Sea Risk Solutions to work on Delmarva fishermen outreach
A juvenile black sea bass that was caught in a fish trap in Long Island Sound. NEFSC photo.
Black sea bass more abundant in Long Island Sound as water warms
Wild black sea bass in a 32,000-gallon research aquarium at the Northeast Fisheries Science Center's James J. Howard Marine Sciences Laboratory at Sandy Hook, N.J. NEFSC photo.
NOAA scientists study how offshore wind construction noise may affect black sea bass
NOAA slashes flounder, black sea bass quotas
New study of black sea bass
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