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1 NOAA cancels several more ecosystem and fishery surveys due to COVID-19
2 NOAA Fisheries Talks Going No-Code for Project Management
3 NOAA Fisheries Cancels Three Northeast Research Surveys
4 CARES Act funds in store for fishing industry
5 Ocean heatwaves dramatically shift habitats
6 NOAA reports indicate US fisheries sustainable, robust economically
7 NOAA hires directors of offices of science and technology, sustainable fisheries
8 FISHERIES: Court: Trump aquaculture 'regime' overstepped authority -- Tuesday, August 4, 2020
9 Application process begins for federal fisheries relief funds
10 Seafood Harvesters calls on NOAA Fisheries to apply observer waiver consistently for all regions
11 Maine Lobster Fishery Loses Sustainable Seafood Label
12 'Thermal displacement' reflects how far species must go to follow preferred temperatures
13 NOAA Fisheries Cancels Three More Surveys Due to COVID-19 Risk
14 Kennedy: NOAA Fisheries Should Move to Port of New Bedford
15 NOAA establishes national-level criteria for observer waivers in wake of criticism
16 Appeals court: NOAA can’t make rules for offshore fish farms
17 NOAA's Fisheries Unit Deploys 'No-Code' Approach to Project Mgmt
18 Gulf of Maine Lobster Fishery Temporarily Loses Sustainable Seafood Certification
19 Environmental groups sue Trump administration to protect Gulf of Mexico Bryde's whale
20 Outdoor briefs | Outdoors
21 Feds cancel study of Maine's imperiled shrimp fishery
22 Seafood task force submits recommendations to US Trade Representative
23 NOAA final rule increases annual catch limits for South Atlantic blueline tilefish
24 Maine gov: State needs 10% spending trims due to pandemic
25 Maine lobster loses sustainability label over right whale dispute
26 Proposed fish farm remains unfazed by federal court's NOAA opinion
27 Dolphin calf entangled in fishing line only lived two years following rescue: Study of Indian River lagoon bottlenose dolphin shows severe, long-term damage from monofilament fishing line
28 NOAA: number of US stocks on the overfishing list reach record low in 2019
29 Half Moon Bay fishermen finding huge bluefin tuna close to shore
30 Markey Touts Fisheries Aid, Hedges NOAA Question in New Bedford
31 Rare, giant bluefin tuna off Half Moon Bay have turned the fishing world upside down
32 How bad do you want a new generic seafood marketing program?
33 Reports raise questions regarding impact of offshore wind on seafood industry
34 NOAA: Lobsters will look for cooler water
35 Endangered orcas at risk from U.S. Navy, activists warn
36 Cod Tagging Project Suggests Fish Don't Overwinter in Northern Bering Sea
37 Humpback Whale Near NYC Successfully Freed After Days Of "Fighting To Live"
39 DEC officers help rescue humpback whale in NY Harbor
40 Private Anglers To Get One More Opportunity at Red Snapper
41 Northern Right Whales Are on the Brink, and Trump Could Be Their Last Hope
42 Watchdog Accuses Trump's NOAA of 'Choosing Extinction' for Right Whales by Hiding Scientific Evidence
43 Fernandina Beach snapper grounds
45 8 ways you can help save the oceans from home
46 Half Way Through 2020, Gulf Shrimp Landings at All-Time Lows
47 Gulf Shrimp Fishery to Re-Open Off Texas on July 15, 2020
48 Watchdog accuses Trump's NOAA of choosing extinction for critically threatened right whales by hiding scientific evidence
49 Success of NY Offshore Wind Industry Depends on Collaboration with Scallop Fishery
50 Overfishing in US Reaches All-Time Low, NOAA Says
51 NOAA Fisheries: Welcome to NOAA
52 Maryland Fishing Report for Friday, July 30, 2020
53 Federal court ruling complicates US offshore aquaculture efforts
54 Orca Network launches ‘Share the...
55 Gov. Dunleavy's controversial Fish Board appointees will get a legislative hearing in September
56 NOAA Fisheries moves to no-code project management system
57 NOAA Fisheries: Alaska chinook harvest not to blame for killer whale decline
58 NOAA Fisheries announces limited red snapper season
59 NOAA Fisheries report: 2018 production down, but value up
60 NOAA Fisheries ending Northeast observer waivers, preparing to restart program
61 Fisheries sites move to the cloud
62 Researchers honored for work in UCSC-NOAA Fisheries Collaborative Program
63 Danielle Blacklock, director of NOAA Fisheries' Office of Aquaculture, discusses future of US industry
64 NOAA Fisheries Study Reveals $10.5 Billion Impact From Marine Recreational Fishing Trips
65 COVID-19 prompts NOAA to extend fisheries observer waiver for the US Greater Atlantic region
66 NOAA Fisheries Announces Limited Openings of Commercial Red Snapper Seasons in South Atlantic Federal Waters
67 NOAA closes Gloucester office to public, takes meetings to web
68 Danielle Blacklock Appointed New Director for NOAA Fisheries' Office of Aquaculture
69 NOAA Fisheries Announces Changes to Allowable Fishing Effort in the Gulf of Mexico Shrimp Fishery
70 NOAA waives some observer requirements as COVID-19 concerns mount
71 Due to COVID-19, NOAA Uses Drones Instead of Ships for Fishery Survey
72 NOAA Fisheries amends red snapper bycatch rule for Gulf of Mexico shrimpers
73 Harvesters Letter to NOAA Regarding $ 300M in Fisheries Assistance Funds
74 Petition to NOAA calls for prohibition on cod fishing
75 NOAA Data Indicates Successful 2018 Year For Fishing Industry
76 NOAA Cancels Five Large-Scale Fishery Surveys Due to COVID-19
77 Fishing fleets say NOAA observers are too risky amid pandemic
78 NOAA announces four day South Atlantic red snapper season
79 Fishermen cite monitors as potential virus source | Fishing Industry News
80 NOAA: Endangered Whale Struck By 2 Vessels Off Jersey Shore
81 NOAA releases review following 2018 whale entanglement uptick
82 NOAA Fisheries report identifies IUU in Ecuador, Mexico, South Korea
83 NOAA Fisheries Awards Bycatch Reduction Grant Funding
84 Playing politics with science spawns new threat to endangered whales
85 Under pressure, NOAA delays at-sea monitors for a month
86 NOAA says dead gray whale in Cook Inlet is likely the one stranded near Portage
87 Kennedy: Coronavirus aid for fisheries 'insufficient' | Fishing Industry News
88 NOAA Fisheries Announces Four Day Recreational South Atlantic Red Snapper Season
89 New study reveals $10.5 billion impact from recreational fishing trips
90 The Indelible Ink of SharpieGate Spreads to NOAA Fisheries
91 NOAA grants Alaskan Fisheries $24.4 million in disaster relief funding
92 NOAA Fisheries Milford Lab hosts open house
93 Blacklock hired to build US marine aquaculture industry
94 Request for comments: Proposed modifications to South Atlantic red snapper fishing seasons
95 NOAA to Test Electronic Monitoring in Herring Fishery
96 Don't Say COVID-19: Fishermen and Women May Pay With Their Lives
97 Controversy descends on Pacific sardine fishery over stock surveys
98 NOAA funds new Cooperative Institute for Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Systems
99 NOAA Wants More Cameras On Fishing Vessels And Fewer Biologists
100 COVID concerns thwart NOAA and other researchers' plans to study a Bering Sea in flux