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Rutgers University Assistant Professor Malin Pinsky with a summer flounder. Jennifer Hoey photo.
Study calculates summer flounder worth $259 million to East Coast
A school of menhaden. NOAA photo/Jerry Prezioso.
Atlantic States commission to consider menhaden’s ecological role
Sean Stone fishes for scallops on the F/V Anticipations out of Cape May, New Jersey. Nancy Stone photo.
August Crew Shot of the Month
Bay scallops in an eelgrass bed. Virginia Institute of Marine Science/Bob Orth photo.
Chesapeake seagrass beds declined 38 percent in 2019
Right whale #3560 with her calf off Georgia in December 2019. Photo courtesy Georgia Department of Natural Resources/CMARI Aerial Survey.
Vessel strikes suspected in first U.S. 2020 right whale death
The wind turbine installation vessel Vole au Vent installs the first wind turbine in U.S. federal lease waters, as part of the Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind project, June 20, 2020. Dominion Energy photo.
First offshore wind turbine goes up on federal lease
A rendering released by New Jersey officials shows the planned layout of a new offshore wind energy port (left) adjacent to the Hope Creek nuclear generating station (lower right). NJ Office of the Governor image.
Delaware River site chosen for New Jersey offshore wind port
PORT NORRIS, N.J. – Donald 'Spike' Haught on the 30-foot Crab Chaser tending crab traps on the Delaware Bay out of Maurice River, N.J.
June Crew Shot of the Month
The Rutgers University Marine Station near Tuckerton, NJ. University researchers are surveying East Coast fishermen about the impact of covid-19 on their livelihoods. Rutgers photo.
Feeling covid-19 impact? Rutgers University wants to hear from East Coast fishermen
The Brazilian cownose ray, not previously reported norht of the Gulf of Mexico, may be a new summer migrant in New Jersey waters. Wikipedia image.
Genetic markers reveal Brazilian cownose rays, Gulf kingfish in New Jersey waters
The fishing vessel Bay of Isles was pounded by surf Thursday after running aground on the old south jetty at Barnegat Inlet, N.J. Two crewman were evacuated by helicopter and the Coast Guard is monitoring the wreck for potential pollution from fuel on bo.
Coast Guard airlifts two from New Jersey grounding
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