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Dungeness crab. Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute photo
Alaska’s Dungeness crab prices double, halibut and blackcod also on the rise
Kevin Wilson, deckhand on the F/V Curragh, standing on the back deck of a 32-foot salmon gillnetter on his first day of the season in Alaska’s Bristol Bay Naknek River fishing district. Kinematics Marine Equipment
OnDeck in the Pacific Northwest & Alaska: Nets & Haulers
University of Massachusetts researchers are using fisheries surveys in a first study to assess effects when the Vineyard Wind offshore energy project is built. Vineyard Wind image.
Vineyard Wind fisheries study to assess effect of offshore turbines
The Emmy Rose, an 82-foot groundfish trawler based in Portland, Maine, was lost at sea on Nov. 23, 2020. Rink Varian photo.
Searchers locate Emmy Rose wreckage
Shrimp boats tied up in Venice, La. Creative Commons photo by Flickr user Finchlake2000.
USDA spends $70.9 million on domestic seafood
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management issued its final record of decision for Vineyard Wind (blue crosshatched area), an 800-megawatt project to be built 15 nautical miles off Martha's Vineyard, Mass. BOEM graphic.
Biden administration clears way for Vineyard Wind
Fishing boats tied up in Maine's Perkins Cove. Elena Elisseeva/Shutterstock photo
Hung up: Ball player gets out of a jam
The Ocean Wind turbine array off Atlantic City would send power ashore through two export cables, to the now-closed BL England coal generation plant in Cape May County and north to the former Oyster Creek nuclear generating station in Ocean County. Ørsted
Ocean Wind project worries New Jersey beach resorts, fishing industry
BOEM withdrew plans for offshore wind energy areas Fairways North and Fairways South (at top) off the South Shore of Long Island. BOEM image.
BOEM pulls two areas from New York Bight wind planning
The NMFS Greater Atlantic regional office is ending the use of traditional paper logbooks in favor of electronic catch reports in fall 2021. NMFS image.
NMFS switching Northeast fishermen to electronic reporting; new policy to reimburse electronic monitoring
NOAA scientist Noelle Yochum (left) helps fisherman Lauti Tuipala set a net with an experimental salmon excluder on the F/V Pacific Explorer. Katherine Hellen-Schneider photo.
Bye-bye bycatch: Net design and electronics help fishermen keep their catch clean
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