A new paper in the journal Nature by researchers at Duke University provides strong evidence that catch share management slows the race to fish in U.S. fisheries on average. Some counterexamples in multispecies settings motivate ongoing work.
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For over 28 years, Georgia Sea Grant has been providing recent college graduates with experience in environmental education through the marine education internship at the Marine Education Center and Aquarium.
As a marine workforce crisis looms, Washington Sea Grant helps make Maritime Discovery Schools out of an entire school district.
Workforce Development: High school students in Texas’ Port of Port Arthur learn about the many jobs available in their own community — on land and at sea — to support maritime industries.
The Alaska Seafood Processing Leadership Institute offers professional development and enhances promotion opportunities for Alaska’s seafood processing professionals.
Commercial fishing is one of the nation’s most dangerous occupations, nowhere more so than on the West Coast.
Maryland Sea Grant Extension Helps Shellfish Growers Produce Oyster Seed
Workforce development: Microplastics research finds new life with after-school program in South Carolina
South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium funded research on microplastics. The graduate student involved with the project used the findings to inform a new educational program for elementary school students.