News about fishing communities is moving fast

Thanks to Princeton’s piece about our paper, we’ve had a host of news coverage about our papers on fishing communities and climate change.

Two new papers out on fishing communities and climate change!

I’m delighted to announce that we recently published two journal articles looking at fishing communities and climate change!

Nice articles about Fishadelphia

Jenn Hall has written two relevant pieces this fall for us:

Check them out – Jenn did a great job of capturing the essence of the work in both stories.

I also got a nice shout-out in the Swarthmore College alumni bulletin: Casting a wide net.

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Fishadelphia’s fall season starts next week!

Sign up on our web site for 8 weeks of delicious, fresh fish at unbeatable prices!  As always, we can’t predict what we’re going to have (because it’s still swimming in the ocean), but we’re expecting that this fall may include any of the following species: scup (porgy), dogfish, skate, flounder, black sea bass, whiting, bluefish, mackerel, squid, clams, oysters, and whelks.  Pickup is every other Thu 4-6:30 at Mastery Charter Thomas.

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New paper out on diet habits of highly migratory pelagic predators!

Our paper on diet habits of highly migratory pelagic predators was just published in the ICES Journal of Marine Science! We combined stomach content, carbon and nitrogen stable isotope, and fatty acid analysis to investigate diet habits of individual striped marlin, blue marlin, and dolphinfish. Our results indicate that individuals of all three species are generalist predators, which makes sense given patchy availability of prey over large distances.

Here’s a link to the pdf of the article.