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Green lobster boat engineer Dr. Doug Read at Maine Maritime Academy expects to generate interest with the launch of a 22-foot model of the fuel-efficient trimaran. MA/MCCF Image.
Rising fuel prices might attract fishermen to fuel efficient multi-hull vessels
In a changing world, commercial fishing and U.S. offshore wind can and must coexist. Credit: Ørsted
Offshore wind and fisheries can coexist today to best address the challenges of tomorrow
NOAA and Saildrone launch drones to track hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico
A school of menhaden. NOAA photo/Jerry Prezioso.
ASMFC stock assessment says menhaden not overfished
A tornado caused heavy damage when it swept over Smith Island, Md., on the evening of Aug. 4, 2022. GoFundMe image.
Heavy damage after waterspout churns across Smith Island
Tropical storm Colin formed unexpectedly off the Carolinas and swiftly dissipated July 2-3. Forecasters still expect the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season to be more active than normal. NOAA image.
Forecasters still predict above-average Atlantic hurricane season
Plans for the Ocean Wind 1 project off New Jersey could be modified for a power export cable route across Barnegat Bay to the Oyster Creek site. BOEM graphic.
BOEM extends public comment on New Jersey wind project
Nine boxes of firm-looking pollock were part of a 12,000-pound auction at the Portland Fish Exchange on July 21. Lobstermen are also using the facility to store bait in barrels sealed with plastic wrap. Mike Foster photo.
Portland Fish Exchange looks to next steps
For the last four years, Ken Coleman and other set net fisherman on the east side of Cook Inlet have faced early shutdowns while other user groups continue fishing. Vicki Coleman photo.
Set net shut down
BOEM used data about scallop, squid, mackerel and butterfish fisheries to map out potential conflicts between fishermen and wind energy development in the New York Bight. BOEM graphic.
BOEM proposals to mitigate offshore wind fishing impact
A car drives through a flooded Charleston, South Carolina neighborhood. Nuisance flooding causes frequent road closures, overwhelmed storm water systems, and compromised infrastructure. National Ocean Service photo.
High tide flooding days increasing on East and Gulf coasts
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