Three Louisiana Fishers Face Fines, Jail For Having 85 Sharks On Their Boat
Baton Rouge, Louisiana - Mar 4, 2009 12:42 EST
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Division agents cited three Louisiana men for allegedly possessing over the limit of shark on Feb. 19.
Agents stopped a commercial fishing vessel for license compliance during a National Marine Fisheries Service joint enforcement...
Curious Gold 'Flowerette' Artifact Discovered On Santa Margarita Shipwreck
Key West, Florida - Feb 18, 2009 21:24 EST
The crew of Keith Webb’s Blue Water Ventures Key West, joint-venture partners of Mel Fishers Treasures, have discovered the first gold treasure of the 2009 search and recovery season, a gold “flowerette” of jewelry, and an intriguing square of decorative...
NASA Unveils 'One-stop' Hurricane Web Page; 'Hurricanes Can Be Scary'
Greenbelt, Maryland - Feb 17, 2009 20:55 EST
Hurricanes and tropical cyclones develop in various places around the world all year 'round, and NASA's Hurricane/Tropical Cyclone Web page covers them. The web page offers daily storm updates and satellite images, latest research, stunning video animations, educational tools, scientist...
Researcher: Warming To Shift Fish Towards The Poles 25 Miles Per Decade
Vancouver, British Columbia - Feb 12, 2009 18:10 EST
A University of British Columbia researcher put a number to the impact of climate change on world fisheries at today’s Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in Chicago.
A team of researchers from UBC’s Sea...