With underwater cameras trained on various amberjack species in the Southeast, scientists tried to gauge population trends for the fish.
Thanks to aquaculture breakthroughs from a team at UNCW, this seafood favorite could reach more consumers.
As Shark Week wraps up, it’s the perfect time to consider how social media can serve as a conservation management tool when it comes to misunderstood wildlife.
New research suggests the extinct species could have been nearly 60 feet long. With Shark Week having begun Sunday on the Discovery Channel, what better time to revisit this popular post relating to the megalodon…
A recent study from NC State scientists and their colleagues reveals which fish are more likely to approach bait.
Any level of alcohol intake increases the risk of death on the water.
The news media and the data often tell two different stories.
Any angler who has spent time in the estuaries of North Carolina has seen bags of oyster shells and layers of repaired oyster reefs. As you’ve steered your vessel around restored reefs, have you ever wondered whether they actually function like natural reefs? Read more in Hook, Line & Science.
A new study shows that cobia, snapper, and tuna embryos have a fascinating way of avoiding harmful rays.
Plastic is everywhere — even in maritime rope.