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The annual summer 'dead zone' off the U.S. Gulf of Mexico coast reached a record-setting 8,776 square miles in 2017. NASA image.
Scientists forecast larger Gulf of Mexico ‘dead zone’ for summer 2020
Completed in 1973, the Bonnet Carré Spillway dumped a record 1.35 trillion cubic feet of nutrient rich water from the Mississippi River into the rich oyster and fishing grounds of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama. Corps of Engineers photo.
Disaster relief for gulf fishing communities
Patti Marine has just given the family's flagship, the Captain Joe, a complete makeover. Owner Frank Patti Jr. calls it the most photographed boat in the country. Patti Marine photo.
In service to shrimp
Fishing boats tied up in Petersburg, Alaska. Creative Commons photo by Flickr user brewbooks.
Alaska fisheries update: Are you ready for summer salmon?
Lower Gulf of Mexico shrimp landings, prices expected to carry into 2020
Backers hope Louisiana label law will boost native seafood
A shrimp boat heads out from Point Cocodrie, La. JC Winkler photo.
Gulf shrimp is stable, but still subject to strength of Asian imports
Remains of the 55-foot shrimp trawler Big John stick out of the surf near Frisco, N.C. National Park Service photo.
Shrimp boat breaks apart on North Carolina shore
Unsorted Oregon shrimp. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife photo.
El Niño aftermath leaves fewer market-sized shrimp available
Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen's Associations photo.
Capsized fisherman survives by using shrimp box as a lifeboat
Swaggy B under reconstruction at Allied Shipyard, Golden Meadow, La. Hans Myklebust photo.
Former La. shrimper reimagined as NJ's Swaggy B
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