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Leah Fine

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This Week on TalkingFish.org – December 31-January 4
by Leah Fine

This week on Talking Fish.org, Peter Shelley criticizes the NEFMC’s lack of leadership; we take a look back at fisheries management in 2012; Fish Talk in the News says faerwell to the 112th Congress and responds to NOAA’s report on the groundfish fishery in 2011.

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This Week on TalkingFish.org – December 17-21
by Leah Fine

This week on Talking Fish, Sean Cosgrove on why habitat protections matter for New England marine wildlife; Pew’s Lee Crockett argues against opening closed areas to groundfishing; Fish Talk in the News has updates on the New England Fishery Management Council’s actions this week.

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This Week on TalkingFish.org – December 10-14
by Leah Fine

This week on Talking Fish, the final post in a series of cautionary tales on poor habitat protection focuses on the waters between Denmark and Sweden; the ASMFC receives over 100,000 comments supporting menhaden conservation; Fish Talk in the News checks in on the historic menhaden vote and the departure of Dr. Jane Lubchenco as NOAA Administrator.

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This Week on TalkingFish.org – December 3-7
by Leah Fine

This week on Talking Fish, a Pew Environment Group video shows the importance of menhaden to coastal ecoystems; Fish Talk in the News has updates on sharp cuts to northern shrimp quotas and NOAA’s efforts to help fishermen target dogfish and redfish.

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This Week on TalkingFish.org – November 26-30
by Leah Fine

This week on Talking Fish, two cautionary tales for the New England Fishery Management Council on the dangers of poor habitat protection; Fish Talk in the News checks in on the First Circuit Court’s decision on catch shares and other New England fishing news.

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This Week on TalkingFish.org – November 5-9
by Leah Fine

This week on Talking Fish, Peter Baker and Paul Shively of Pew Environment Group encourage forage fish conservation; NOAA interviews Maine fisherman Terry Alexander, who is working to revive the New England redfish fishery; Fish Talk in the News checks in on fisheries management in New England.

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This Week on TalkingFish.org – October 22-26
by Leah Fine

This week on Talking Fish, the last post in the All About Aquaculture series explores current aquaculture research and production in New England; Fish Talk in the News looks at regulations on dogfish, fishing data confidentiality, and porpoise bycatch.

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This Week on TalkingFish.org – October 15-19
by Leah Fine

This week on TalkingFish.org, the third post in the All About Aquaculture series discusses the environmental risks; new confidentiality rules under the Magnuson-Stevens Act would harm fisheries science and management; Fish Talk in the News checks in on the closed areas, unusually warm New England waters, and an independent groundfish stock assessment.

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This Week on TalkingFish.org – October 8-12
by Leah Fine

This week on Talking Fish, WHOI scientist Sarah Cooley discusses the effects of ocean acidification on fisheries, the All About Aquaculture series continues with an explanation of the various types and methods of aquaculture, and a weekly update checks in on New England’s Fish Talk in the News.