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Bay scallops, a prized seasonal fishery on eastern Long Islnd, had a dismal 2019-2020 season. Peconic Estuary Program photo.
Commerce Department declares four fishery disasters
Offshore wind developers are planning for 12- to 14-megawatt turbines as the 2020s industry standard. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management analysts say larger generators and higher altitude bring greater efficiency. BOEM graphic.
National Academies studying wind turbine impact on vessel radar
Sam Shragge photo.
Boat of the Month: Cordelia
Gulf Coast reef fish fishermen target snappers, groupers, amberjack, triggerfish and mackerel. David Hills photo
Recreational quota grab sets dangerous precedent, gulf fleet warns
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.
New Jersey awards 2,658 megawatts in biggest U.S. pact
What sank the Scandies Rose? NTSB says it wasn’t operator error
Commerce Department appoints 31 to fishery management councils
Red knots and horseshoe crabs on a Delaware Bay beach at Mispillion Harbor, Del., in 2019. Photo by Gregory Breese/U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.
Offshore wind developers fund shorebird study
Robert Browning and the F/V Lady Lee out of Garibaldi, Ore. Northeast Center for Occupational Health and Safety photo
Catch it when you can: On sleep and health in commercial fishing
An American eel in elver stage. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/Julie Devers photo.
Maine elver fishery jumped in value by over 200 percent after rocky 2020
Cordova bowpickers lined up for the next opener. Jen Pickett photo
Alaska salmon report: Copper River salmon is back on the menu
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