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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
The 14-megawatt GE Haliade X turbine is becoming favored by U.S. offshore wind developers, including Ørsted which plans to work with GE building nacelles in New Jersey. GE image.
BOEM finalizes environmental statement on Vineyard Wind
The Bureau of Offshore Energy Management's supplemental environmental impact statement for the Vineyard Wind project considered the Responsible Offshore Development Alliance's proposal for four nautical-mile-wide vessel transit lanes. BOEM image.
BOEM resumes final environmental review for Vineyard Wind
BOEM is reviewing a draft environmental impact statement on plans by offshore wind developers Ørsted and Eversource to build up to 15 turbines for the South Fork Wind Farm. BOEM image.
Traffic lane, habitat alternatives for South Fork offshore wind project
Pollock catcher-processor Alaskan Defender. Global Seas Photo
Alaska fisheries: pollock and crab rule the winter
Vineyard Wind 1 (dark blue at center) would be the first offshore wind energy project among several planned on federal leases south of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. BOEM image.
Top New York energy official to lead BOEM; agency resumes Vineyard Wind review
Sediment plumes trail from the Thanet offshore wind turbine array in the North Sea in June 2015. NASA Earth Observatory/Jesse Allen.
Offshore wind turbines could affect Mid-Atlantic ‘cold pool,’ study shows
Bob Dooley (left) and his late brother and lifelong business partner, John, with the Pacific Prince, one of many boats they owned together. Vito Vanoni photo
Ask a Highliner: Bob Dooley talks fishing, bycatch reduction, safety and more
Bob Dooley of Half Moon Bay, Calif., a 2017 National Fisherman Highliner. Sherry Flumerfelt photo
Bob Dooley: Community champion
The century old O’Hara Corporation engaged Elliott Bay Design Group to provide design and engineering support for the modernization of the Alaska Spirit. EBDG scanned the entire vessel and is using computer programs to rebuild her for the 21st Century.
O'Hara refitting Alaska Spirit for the 21st century
A lobster dock at Point Judith, R.I. Rhode Island was among states that issued emergency permits enabling fishermen to sell directly to the public after the covid-19 pandemic shut down their usual markets. Sarah Smith/Rutgers University photo.
Survey shows extent of covid-19 impact to East Coast fishermen
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