Biological Opinion on the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management's Issuance of Five Oil and Gas Permits for Geological and Geophysical Seismic Surveys off the Atlantic Coast of the United States, and NOAA Fisheries' Issuance of Associated Incidental Harassment
Recent advances in satellite tagging technologies have provided scientists more opportunities to study movement and behavior of fishes independent of tag recovery. Until recently, this type of tagging was limited to large pelagic fish, sharks, and whales.
This report summarizes release and recovery data within the tag database and describes the results of studies utilizing these tag data by NOAA Fisheries and others on sablefish age, growth, and migration. Hopefully it will prove both interesting and
A spatially-explicit biophysical ecosystem model evaluates socio-ecological trade-offs of land-based versus marine-based management scenarios and local-scale versus global-scale stressors and their cumulative impacts.
Biological and Conference Opinion on U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training and Testing and the National Marine Fisheries Service’s Promulgation of Regulations Pursuant to the Marine Mammal Protection Act for the Navy to “Take” Marine Mammals Incidental to
Fisheries Economics of the United States (FEUS) provides a detailed look at the economic performance of commercial and recreational fisheries and other marine-related sectors on a state, regional, and national basis.