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BFISH: Studying the Deep 7 to support sustainable fisheries

by Ben Richards and Amanda Dillon The “Deep 7” are seven fish species that live near the seafloor in deep water off the coast of Hawai‘i: onaga, opakapaka, ehu, kalekale, gindai, lehi and hapu‘upu‘u. These bottomfish are incredibly valuable both … Continue reading

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SE-14-02 Fishing Community Outreach: MHI Comparison of Fishery-Independent Sampling Methods Project

On April 12, 2014 the NOAA Ship Oscar Elton Sette hosted an open house to focus on the efforts of our cooperative research partners to further the Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center’s efforts to continually improve abundance estimates for stock … Continue reading

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