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A new study suggests that invasive lionfish have spread into unexpected areas.
Over the last 50 years, many shark species have trended toward smaller-sized individuals around Cape Lookout.
A bite-shortened hook, designed to release fish without handling, shows promise.
New research suggests that you and your smartphone might be the keys to addressing gaps in information about fish stocks.
Southern flounder move offshore to spawn, but their migration patterns might be more mysterious than we thought.
A small rise in temperature in the north Atlantic off Nova Scotia is likely to increase the natural mortality rate of many marine fishes in the region.
Online learning offers promise and certainly works for some subjects — but face-to-face instruction is still more effective for other types of classes.
Tidally-restricted coastal ponds can provide tarpon a welcome refuge during some of the coldest months.
A first-of-its-kind study in Patagonia reveals that anglers will litter less when they understand how their activities affect the environment.
Sheepshead bones recovered from historical sites reveal large-scale changes in population, as well as the forces driving these changes.