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November 17-19, 2022
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Mid-Atlantic council calls for extending observer waiver through 2020
Researchers sort fish on the NOAA research vessel Henry B. Bigelow. NOAA photo.
NMFS cancels more 2020 surveys
Groundfish trawl. NOAA photo.
Northeast groundfish: retail sales recovering, but prices stay down
Joe Letourneau sorts haddock, cod, cusk, pollock and redfish
Killin’ With a Purpose
NMFS is stepping up fishery observers' coverage in the Northeast – and promising to ensure their safety. NMFS photo.
NMFS looks to resume Northeast observer coverage in August
Aboard the Heather Anne out of Juneau, Alaska, Tyson Fick cuts off the head of a salmon prior to pressure bleeding. John McCarthy photo
Editor's Log: High quality, low tech
NMFS officials planned to resume at-sea observer coverage in Northeast fisheries July 1, after a three-month waiver because of the covid-19 pandemic, but have postponed until at least August. NOAA photo.
Massachusetts lawmakers seek extended waiver of at-sea monitoring
Fishing vessels at the Block Island Wind Farm. Ørsted photo.
Offshore wind arrays will disrupt fisheries assessments, scientists warn
The trawler Virginia Marise from Point Judith, R.I., near the Block Island Wind Farm. Deepwater Wind photo.
Offshore wind advocates, fishermen push last arguments for BOEM study
Under New England council management, the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument includes a range of fishing restrictions, which will soon expand under a coral habitat amendment. The pink areas have tilefish gear restrictions; the yellow and green areas are closed to monkfish and squid fishing. The red area outlines the seamounts area. New England Fishery Management Council image.
Fishing the canyons: Coral amendment will expand restrictions of Atlantic monument
The NOAA research vessel Henry B. Bigelow. NOAA photo.
NMFS calls a covid-19 cancellation for Northeast research surveys
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