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New EPA regulations could allow for more polluted waters, and tribes and state officials are worried By Hannah Weinberger – Crosscut – October 7, 2019 Lydia Sigo, a geoduck diver and Suquamish Museum historian, has harvested seafood from central Puget … Continue reading

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Aquaculture Doesn’t Reduce Pressure on Wild Fish By Brian Owens – Hakai Magazine – March 7, 2019 Aquaculture is often promoted as a sustainable alternative to catching wild fish—a way to reduce pressure on overexploited stocks while providing affordable and … Continue reading

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Fish Subsidies are Speeding the Decline of Ocean Health By Elizabeth Wilson – PEW – July 19, 2018 More than 1 billion people worldwide depend on seafood as a main source of protein, and about 100 million people rely directly … Continue reading

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How an Alaskan Earthquake Caused Fish to Spawn in Death Valley By Matthew L. Miller – Cool Green Science – February 13, 2018 Conservationists are fond of saying that everything is connected, so fond that the idea has become a … Continue reading

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Throwing Dead Fish for Fun and Ecological Profit By Frances Backhouse – Hakai Magazine – June 1, 2017 On a chilly January morning, four-year-old Eli Burger stands on the bank of Douglas Creek, on the outskirts of Victoria, British Columbia, … Continue reading

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Female Fish Eggs Found Inside of Male Fish Testicles EcoWatch – January 12, 2016 A study published by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service found large-scale evidence of intersex in smallmouth and largemouth bass in the Northeast … Continue reading

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Water giveaways during a drought invite conflict By Jay Lund and Peter Moyle – California Water Blog – March 23, 2015 When labor is scarce, people move to better jobs with higher wages. When land is scarce, landowners are offered higher … Continue reading

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