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Northeast summer flounder: Prices return, landings on track to beat 2020
Wolfgang Rain is chief coordinating officer for Sea Risk Solutions LLC. US Wind photo.
US Wind, Sea Risk Solutions to work on Delmarva fishermen outreach
Sediment plumes trail from the Thanet offshore wind turbine array in the North Sea in June 2015. NASA Earth Observatory/Jesse Allen.
Offshore wind turbines could affect Mid-Atlantic ‘cold pool,’ study shows
The crew of the Arianna Maria unloads a catch at the Fishermen's Dock Cooperative in Point Pleasant Beach, N.J. Fulfill photo.
New Jersey puts out $11.2 million in covid-19 fishing aid
A survey vessel towing an airgun array during a seismic survey . International Association of Geophysical Contractors photo.
Atlantic seismic survey permits expiring; oil exploration ‘back to square one’
Heavy seas at the Block Island Wind Array in Rhode Island, the first offshore wind array in the United States. Department of Energy photo
Fishing advocates: Study shows offshore wind jobs overstated
Ørsted's Burbo Bank Extension Wind Farm in the Irish Sea. The Denmark-based energy company will develop 1,100 MW of offshore wind power east of Atlantic City, N.J. Ørsted photo.
New Jersey legislators call to suspend offshore wind approval
Summer flounder. NOAA photo.
Flounder: Summer landings on track; reductions coming for southern allocations
Summer flounder. NEFSC photo.
It’s nice to share: NMFS, Mid-Atlantic council propose more flounder quota for states
Rutgers University Assistant Professor Malin Pinsky with a summer flounder. Jennifer Hoey photo.
Study calculates summer flounder worth $259 million to East Coast
Fisherman Keith Bruno after his business Endurance Seafood in Oriental, N.C. was heavily damaged by Hurricane Florence in 2018. He's preparing again for Tropical Storm Isaias. Maureen Donald photo.
North Carolina’s fishermen brace for Isaias
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