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Hurricane Zeta was the third major storm to hit the Gulf coast within nine weeks. NASA Goddard image.
Hurricane Zeta scores third 2020 hit on Gulf Coast
The crew of the Arianna Maria unloads a catch at the Fishermen's Dock Cooperative in Point Pleasant Beach, N.J. Fulfill photo.
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The skipjack Virginia W dredging oysters on Chesapeake Bay. Maryland Sea Grant photo.
Maryland Watermen’s Association and partners sue EPA over bay cleanup
The Capt. Jeff, a boat named for Jeff Styron, is docked at Garland Fulcher Seafood in Oriental Harbor, N.C. Maureen Donald photo
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Hurricane Laura drove a storm surge that peaked over 17 feet east of Cameron, La. Fox 8 WVUE graphic.
After Laura, ‘nothing left’ for some southwest Louisiana fishing families
Hurricane Laura continued to churn north through Louisiana Aug. 27, and could re-emerge as a storm over the Atlantic. National Hurricane Center graphic.
Hurricane Laura slams southwest Louisiana
After striking the Louisiana-Texas coast, Hurricane Laura is forecast to rapidly weaken and bring heavy rains across the Mississippi and Ohio valleys. National Hurricane Center graphic.
Hurricane Laura aims for Louisiana-Texas coast
Jason Muermann steers the 35-foot crabbing boat he and brother Jeremy Muermann use on Barnegat Bay. Jeremy Muermann photo.
Who we are: Jeremy and Jason Muermann
Bay scallops in an eelgrass bed. Virginia Institute of Marine Science/Bob Orth photo.
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The annual summer 'dead zone' off the U.S. Gulf of Mexico coast reached a record-setting 8,776 square miles in 2017. NASA image.
Scientists forecast larger Gulf of Mexico ‘dead zone’ for summer 2020
Completed in 1973, the Bonnet Carré Spillway dumped a record 1.35 trillion cubic feet of nutrient rich water from the Mississippi River into the rich oyster and fishing grounds of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama. Corps of Engineers photo.
Disaster relief for gulf fishing communities
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