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New science explores the effectiveness of marine protected areas.
New research shows that dual small action cameras on ROVs more effectively provide data about the length of fish for a wider range of species than previous methods that use lasers.
Scientists test a new technology that’s similar to your car’s EZ-Pass in order to track individual shrimp.
Technology already exists that might improve safety at sea.
This shark’s brain never stops growing throughout its entire life, especially the regions responsible for motor control and sense of smell.
Research shows that challenges and opportunities arise when anglers use new technology.
Anglers have donated over 4000 fish to inform stock assessments, and this year’s red snapper mini-season from July 9 to 11 offers another chance to help.
A bite-shortened hook, designed to release fish without handling, shows promise.
Creating no-harvest zones on oyster reefs helps the fish — and crustaceans living on the reefs, too.
New research shows that many small schools of “the most important fish in the sea” live close together in shallow creek waters.