News October

10/18/17: National Fisherman: Commerce memos reveal favors to rec fleet

10/18/17; Undercurrent News: Lawsuit alleges government colluded with sport fishing sector on red snapper

Sun Herald (Opinion): The next time you enjoy Mississippi seafood, celebrate the people who brought it to you

Seafood Source: Ray Hilborn tells US Senate overfishing shouldn’t be most important concern

 

Oceans Deeply: Biologists: Fisheries at Risk as Bills Target Science-Based Conservation

 

NPR Radio: After Population Decline, Menhaden Return To Predators’ Menus

Gloucester Times: If shrimp fishery reopens, Maine to get lion’s shar

Summit County Citizen’s Voice: Changing ocean alters food web; Study documents shifts caused by warming seas, other stressors

 

MongaBay: As Northwest salmon economy teeters on brink, Trump gives it a push

 

Hatch Magazine: Blown chance for albie protection

 

Providence Journal: Will climate change negate Bay cleanup? Today’s workshop to discuss the 500-page report on Bay conditions

The Hill (Opinion): Glaciers, palm trees and federal fisheries management

 

Outside Magazine: Bristol Bay’s Pebble Mine Is Back in Play

 

Alaska Journal of Commerce: Electronic monitoring rolling out in 2018 after years of work

 

Fosters Daily Democrat: Caught today, on your plate tomorrow

 

Red Snapper:

Undercurrent News: Lawsuit alleges government colluded with sportfishing sector on red snapper

National Fisherman: Commerce memos reveal favors to rec fleet

Seafood Source: Feds seek dismissal of lawsuit over extended red snapper season

 

Portland Press Herald: Popular species of New England flounder is overfished, regulators say

 

Delaware Cape Gazette: Measuring menhaden’s importance

 

Seattle Times: Washington fishermen are on front lines in fight against proposed Alaska mine

 

Westerly Sun: Concern over volume taken from menhaden stocks leads to call for change in catch limits

 

Hatch Magazine: A Hard Shore Is a Dead Shore

 

Riverhead News Review (NY): Governor calls for changes in commercial fluke or state will sue

 

Cordova Times: Survey shows GOA cod biomass down 71 percent

 

PBS TV-NOVA: Live Cam May Show True Status of Atlantic Cod Fishery

 

Gloucester Times: Fish council awaits NOAA action on Rafael permits