Genetically diverse seagrass beds on the North Carolina coast might be able to adapt better than seagrass that grows elsewhere.
From the water’s edge to the heart of the community: fishing for food is far more than a pastime.
Last year’s coastal trash included a garter belt and a windshield — but fishing gear made up less than 1% of the items that people picked up.
When these fish return to the Albemarle Sound to reproduce, they prefer one river basin — by far.
A new model accounts for a number of factors that influence the populations of Atlantic menhaden and other species.
An archaeological site has revealed an enormous collection of early hooks, lines, and sinkers — and even evidence of artificial lures.
Warming waters means hundreds of fish species — including some of the most economically important to the United States — will be on the move.
Research suggests there is an approach that balances effective boat operation with protection of ecosystems.
Video and laser imaging identified fish by species — and even revealed where on shipwrecks fish liked to hang out.
They fished more.