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The Bureau of Offshore Energy Management approved a plan for 12 wind turbines in the South Fork Wind project 35 miles east of Montauk, N.Y. BOEM graphic.
Final approval for South Fork Wind project
Loligo squid are among the research subjects in the 2022 round of funding for the Science Center for Marine Fisheries. NMFS photo.
Science group funds $126,000 for Atlantic fisheries studies
A legal team from the Texas Public Policy Foundation is representing Rhode Island fishermen in a lawsuit seeking to overturn permits for the Vineyard Wind offshore energy project. TPPF video image.
Texas Public Policy Foundation brings fishermen’s lawsuit against Vineyard Wind
Science center program lead Thomas Swiader (left) shows an employee at the Seafreeze Shoreside processing facility in Rhode Island how to use the squid measuring system. NMFS photo/Anna Mercer.
Squid processors help new Northeast science center study
BOEM is considering calls to change plans for New York Bight wind energy areas, including vessel transit lanes (blue corridors) and a buffer zone for the Hudson Canyon scallop access area (blue area). BOEM graphic.
Offshore wind plans court disaster, fishermen warn
California squid. NOAA photo.
U.S. squid producers ally with others to fight illegal fishing
A graphic showing AIS data portrays distant-water fishing vessels clustered near Argentina's South Atlantic EEZ. Oceana image.
Oceana reports Chinese, Spanish squid vessels ‘going dark’ off Argentina
Working deck of Rebecca Mary. Kevin Ralph/NTSB
Survival on a sinking squid boat: NTSB report
University of Massachusetts researchers are using fisheries surveys in a first study to assess effects when the Vineyard Wind offshore energy project is built. Vineyard Wind image.
Vineyard Wind fisheries study to assess effect of offshore turbines
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management issued its final record of decision for Vineyard Wind (blue crosshatched area), an 800-megawatt project to be built 15 nautical miles off Martha's Vineyard, Mass. BOEM graphic.
Biden administration clears way for Vineyard Wind
Northeast squid: Recovery slow, but Rhode Island harvesters welcome restaurants’ return
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