Category Archives: NOAA

Atlantic Spiny Dogfish Fishery Closed

Chalk this up as yet another example of me missing the boat on something I should really be posting.  Earlier, I posted on the recent dramatic increase in the spiny dogfish quota, then the closure of the fishery in North … Continue reading

Posted in conservation, fisheries, fisheries management, MSC, NOAA, spiny dogfish | 7 Comments

Three Fisheries Management Stories

Usually I leave short commentary and links to interesting news on Twitter, but three recent stories piqued my interest and warrant more discussion here.  And no, none of them are about whale trading, which has been covered far better by … Continue reading

Posted in fisheries management, linkage, milestone, NOAA, North Carolina, rhode island, spiny dogfish | 3 Comments

Interesting Times at NOAA

I live!  Thanksgiving break lead into one of the busiest academic times I’ve ever had.  When I was working on my Master’s, I used to think PhD Comics were hyperbole, that there was no way it could be that bad.  … Continue reading

Posted in fisheries, fisheries management, grad school, NOAA | 2 Comments