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Posted 11/23/2014 02:02:53 EST
....Meanwhile due to warming waters, nutrient pollution off the land, and the catching of the apex predator fish there are today more fish in the sea than ever before. _____________________________ Ut more »
Posted 11/23/2014 01:54:07 EST
There are cod off Newfoundland. However the market is paying Newfoundland fishermen much more for crab than for cod. Why search for shifting cod schools when one can make more money hauling crab traps more »
Posted 11/23/2014 01:48:13 EST
Hey Chuck, Too many people is not the problem with American Fisheries. Foreign fishing fleet were the problem until Magnuson Stevens Fisheries Management Act was passed excluding foreign fleets from o more »
Posted 11/22/2014 10:58:55 EST
It's more the temperature of seawater than overfishing (fishing effort)that is causing fish to be overfished (fish stock decline). When the waters north of Cape Cod in the Gulf of Maine are cooler tha more »
Posted 11/22/2014 10:56:35 EST
If you can't eat the fish you want, eat the abundant fish you've got from the fishermen. more »
Posted 09/09/2014 10:52:01 EDT
The Energy Enterprise, a 700 foot long freighter hauling about 40,000 tons of coal slated for the Somerset power plant was blockaded by a lobster boat named the Henry David Thoreau, the father of civi more »
Posted 09/09/2014 10:23:55 EDT
Yes,the Coast Guard and local police employed a salvage operator to haul the 200 lb chained anchor with lobster boat attached out of the way AND coal was delivered. The Blockaders were made to pay $4, more »
Posted 04/10/2014 10:11:28 EDT
Knowing we are capable, have a history, for how many seconds do you think Putin would consider letting his nation hemorrhage to America before dispersing troops? Do the math.
Posted 04/10/2014 10:06:49 EDT
A nation lost and found in an American embrace, remember Fievel escaping the hooves and the saber slash of horsemen.
Hold the torch high Statue of Liberty. Keep the light on.
Posted 04/10/2014 09:00:27 EDT
Easier to move troops away from Ukraine than to risk lost of citizenry.
Posted 04/10/2014 08:52:57 EDT
Obama could play Putin by declaring that if Russian troops amassed on Ukraine boarders are not dispersed in 24 hours Russian citizens would be welcomed to emigrate to America. Western brain-drain of more »
Posted 04/10/2014 08:50:31 EDT
Posted 01/28/2014 11:32:09 EST
Bravo State Rep. Denise Provost (D-Somerville) calling for a Mystic River Watershed Water Quality Commission! Good things for the watershed happen when key stakeholders come together with House and S more »
Posted 01/28/2014 11:06:05 EST
Big boys in the industry like HP are doing it right by collecting the old whenever the new is purchased. Smizik-Eldridge Bill simply levels the playing field and mandating that all businesses follow more »
Posted 01/28/2014 09:30:22 EST
The Globe should not wimp-out with the Pacheco bill when the Eldridge/Smizik e-waste bill is much better. Their bill commends stores like Staples for taking e-waste and levels the playing field by re more »
Posted 11/22/2013 09:53:10 EST
A National Park in the northwoods of Maine must first serve the locals. The NPS objectives are two fold to 1. provide public access and 2 preservation/conservation. The hook and bullet crowd deserve more »
Posted 05/31/2013 01:59:10 EDT
Remember the Redfish In 1932, 100 metric tons of redfish were landed. Redfish spoils quicker than the other fish we like to eat. A bad day for redfish was in the 1930s when Clarence Birdseye develop more »
Posted 05/31/2013 01:56:04 EDT
Senators Warren and Kerry are seeking disaster relief for fishermen and their families who are suffering the most. To bad the AG can not get with that effort which will do more deserving fishermen th more »
Posted 05/31/2013 01:49:02 EDT
The Mortal Sea is an excellent expose at how scientists spin theories while being close-eared to the findings and observation of fishermen.
Posted 05/31/2013 01:45:00 EDT
When striped bass were found dead on the shores of Long Pond in Falmouth last July due to a harmful algae bloom depleting oxygen, the town responded with a lawncare ordinance informing people they nee more »
Posted 05/31/2013 01:42:58 EDT
Remember the redfish that fed us and U.S. troops through WWII. In 1952 130,000 tons of redfish came ashore to market and the redfish population crashed. Managers responded with a number of strict fis more »
Posted 05/31/2013 01:41:56 EDT
Does she not know that the New England Fisheries Management Council includes fishermen? Fisheries management is a bit more complex than a widget factory where one can blame the mechanics until they ge more »
Posted 02/23/2013 04:51:55 EST
Railway yards are one of the more appropriate use for floodplains. Sure beats beach houses and towering buildings that can be undermined. And the nearby USPS could save money (decrease carbon footpr more »
Posted 01/02/2013 09:56:44 EST
Congrats to the MA League of Environmental Voters who endorsed all legislators who co-sponored the Dam Bill. The Mighty Green MA orgs and other environmental orgs promoted this and five other green b more »
Posted 04/05/2012 07:50:53 EDT
Commercial LNG operators are to be commended for immediately investing in receivers to get live time reports on the presence of right whales via the listening buoys. In addition to the buoys, the gove more »
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