From San Francisco Gate The lack of rain this winter could eventually be disastrous for thirsty California, but the drought may have already ravaged some of the most storied salmon runs on the West Coast. The coho salmon of Central California,… Read More ›
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Editor’s Note. Two pieces follow here: A story about how changing ocean temperatures results in traditional fishery depletion; a letter from Acting Secretary of Commerce to Alaskan Governor regarding failure of the Alaskan Chinook salmon industry in 2012. From Mother… Read More ›
Editor’s Note: Seismic Testing is known to harm marine mammals. Is it another trashing of the ocean’s or an essential tool to learn more about earthquake faulting and oil exploration? What is Seismic Testing? Following the news story by David… Read More ›
Seafood Situations brings seafood enthusiasts the good news and the news we wish we did not have to hear.
Part 1 of 2 Parts by Charmaine Coimbra While watching the gray whale migration north from her living room window. Nice. They are beautiful. Dining with a well-educated and eco-concerned and active friend recently, I brought up this ghost net business. … Read More ›