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President Biden is considering whether to reverse the Trump administration executive order on fishing in the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts National Monument. NOAA image.
Biden administration may reinstate Northeast marine monument restrictions
Yellowfin tuna. Creative Commons photo by Flickr user Taro Taylor.
Gulf yellowfin: Producers foresee a good season ahead as sushi buyers come back
A simplified graphic of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation, or AMOC, showing warm- and cold-water flows in the Atlantic Ocean. Levke Caesar/Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research.
Study shows Gulf Stream, Atlantic cold current at record low
The Coast Guard cutter Kimball, one of the latest in the National Security Cutter class, recently patrolled 3,600 miles in the Philippine Sea. The cutter’s law enforcement team conducted its first ever at-sea boarding, Feb. 10, 2021. Coast Guard photo.
New Coast Guard cutter conducts long-range Indo-Pacific fisheries patrol
Longliners tied up at Honolulu's Pier 38. Photo courtesy HawaiiSeafood.org.
Hawaii longliners seek temporary visas for foreign crew
Hawaii's bigeye tuna fishery is worth more than $100 million annually. Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center photo.
Seafood sustainability foundation reports most world tuna stocks in good shape
The Reel E' Bugging, a vessel featured on the National Geographic series Wicked Tuna, burned 34 miles east of Barnegat Light, N.J. Nov. 5, 2020. Coast Guard photo.
‘Wicked Tuna’ crew survives boat fire
Michael Foy has been longlining out of Puerto Rico, regularly clearing customs in Tortola. Jordan Cassoff photo.
After four months in jail, U.S. fisherman free to leave the British Virgin Islands
The British Virgin Islands Magistrate’s Court on Friday threw out the charge of operating an unlicensed or unregulated fishing vessel against United States fisherman Michael Foy. His attorney will call additional witnesses to testify against Mr. Foy’s two
BVI court tosses illegal fishing charge against U.S. longline captain while trial continues
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’
U.S. longline captain Michael Foy has been held in custody by British Virgin Islands authorities who seized his vessel Rebel Lady June 8. Photo courtesy Jordan Cassoff.
U.S. longline captain granted bail while awaiting trial in British Virgin Islands
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