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The Threats Are Out There: Asian Tiger Shrimp Invade Gulf’s Ecosystem

| May 5, 2012

The Asian tiger shrimp, predatory and cannibalistic, is one of many invasive species being discovered in the Gulf of Mexico and possibly along Florida’s East Coast, that threaten local habitats and fisheries. Frank Gromling reports from New Orleans.

Protecting the Oceans to Protect Life

| April 7, 2012

The oceans are not an inexhaustible source of good things, argues Frank Gromling. It is past time for every earth-dweller to make a pivotal change in direction to allow the oceans to recover to their former health and productivity.

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Red Snapper Fishing Ban

| June 10, 2010

The indefinite extension of the ban on commercial or recreational fishing for red snapper off Florida’s coast will hurt boaters. But so would overfishing and crashing fish populations.

Primer: What Is the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act?

| June 10, 2010

A brief explanation and history of the federal law governing marine fisheries management in United States federal waters.


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