10 Burst results for "Northeast Fisheries Science Center"

"northeast fisheries science center" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

03:15 min | 2 months ago

"northeast fisheries science center" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"And the lobster industry from member station w. c. a. i. eve zubkov reports after three decades of fishing for lobsters in cape cod bay. Rob martin knows his boat. The resolve inside and out only forty feet. It was big when i got up and now it seems small. It's a cold morning and we're heading out to check on his traps which he dropped on the sea floor about a half mile cape cod canal. Like lobstermen here have done. For hundreds of years martin used to check his traps by looking for bullies that are connected by ropes to the traps but now his are gone and he's about to test a rope lewis fishing system to go. Martin opens up app on his phone and sends an acoustic signal to his lobster traps. Fifty feet underwater release success. Okay somewhere down below an air tank inside. A traffic is inflating a balloon. And then the moment we've been waiting for even gets this land loving radio reporter pretty excited along bright orange balloon pops up out of the water. It looks like one of those blow up tubes. That bob's around outside of car dealership by using this technology martin has eliminated the need for vertical ropes. And the danger. That right whale diving for food might get tangled in rope. Scientists say percents of north atlantic. Right whales bear scars from entanglement in the deadly maze created of lobstermen rope and other fishing lines. They encounter on their migration routes because of these dangers to the nearly three hundred and seventy right whales in existence authorities have instituted seasonal fishing closures in waters off new england. Many lobstermen prefer the closures to the technological leap. They would have to make to adopt rope. Pless fishing the technology is like the model chief today and people expect us to be the chest flip tomorrow. This is beth cassani. Executive director of the massachusetts lobster means association. She also says the cost is prohibitive. Rope lescure could cost a single fishermen up to seventy thousand dollars and she says it may be unsafe because without bleeds on the surface fishing boats the dragnets along the floor can get caught on lobstermen traps. We need a scale scientific unbiased feasability study on the whole thing. Despite these challenges lobstermen rob martin wants to keep carrying out his federally funded tests for the northeast fisheries science center in woods hole massachusetts after all. He's catching lobsters. And martin says he understands the stakes. If right whales keep dying current rates the species could reach a point in the next twenty years beyond which it can't recover and lakers shut down the entire lobster. Fishery in order to save the critically endangered whales lobstermen could face their own kind of extinction for npr news..

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"northeast fisheries science center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:31 min | 2 months ago

"northeast fisheries science center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Up tubes that bobs around outside of car dealership. By using this technology, Martin has eliminated the need for vertical ropes and the danger that a right whale diving for food Mike it tangled in rope. Scientists say 80% of North Atlantic right whales bear scars from entanglement in the deadly maze created of lobster, mons rope and other fishing lines they encounter on their migration routes. Because of these dangers to the nearly 370 right whales in existence, Authorities have instituted seasonal fishing closures in waters off New England. Many lobster men prefer the closures to the technological leap. They would have to make to adopt rope bliss fishing. The technology is like we're at the Model T today. People expect us to be at the test, let tomorrow This is Beth Tassoni, executive director of the Massachusetts Lobster Men's Association. She also says the cost is prohibitive roadless gear could cost a single fisherman up to $70,000. And she says it may be unsafe because without bullies on the surface fishing boats, the drag nets along the sea floor can get caught on lobster mons traps. We need a large scale scientific unbiased. Feasibility study on the whole thing. Despite these challenges, lobsterman Rob Martin wants to keep carrying out his federally funded tests for the Northeast Fisheries Science Center in Woods Hole, Massachusetts..

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"northeast fisheries science center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:33 min | 2 months ago

"northeast fisheries science center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Despite these challenges, lobsterman Rob Martin wants to keep carrying out his federally funded tests for the Northeast Fisheries Science Center in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. After all, he's catching lobsters that's a female with eggs has to get thrown back, and Martin says he understands the stakes. If right whales keep dying At current rates, the species could reach a point in the next 20 years, beyond which it can't recover. And if regulators shut down the entire lobster fishery in order to save the critically endangered whales, lobsterman could face their own kind of extinction. For NPR news. I'm even took off on keep cod. 3 80. A new documentary on the iconic vocalist Marion Anderson premiere this week on PBS. Anderson's best known for her 1939 performance at Lincoln Memorial. After being denied a concert hall setting over racial segregation, and in 1955 Anderson became the first black soloist at the Metropolitan Opera. The Magic number was then 75 years old. No singer of color had ever been featured on its stage previously, despite lots of lobbying lots of attempts to get them to change their whites only policy..

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"northeast fisheries science center" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:30 min | 2 months ago

"northeast fisheries science center" Discussed on KCRW

"By using this technology, Martin has eliminated the need for vertical ropes and the danger that a right whale diving for food Mike it tangled in rope. Scientists say 80% of North Atlantic right whales bear scars from entanglement in the deadly maze created of lobster, mons rope and other fishing lines they encounter on their migration routes. Because of these dangers to the nearly 370 right whales in existence. Authorities have instituted seasonal fishing closures in waters off New England. Many lobsterman prefer the closures to the technological leap. They would have to make to adopt rope bliss fishing. The technology is like we're at the Model T today and people expect us to be at the test let tomorrow this is Beth costs Oniy. Executive director of the Massachusetts Lobster Men's Association. She also says the cost is prohibitive roadless gear could cost a single fisherman up to $70,000. And she says it may be unsafe because without buoys on the surface fishing boats, the drag nets along the sea floor can get caught on lobster mons traps. We need a large scale scientific unbiased. Feasibility study on the whole thing. Despite these challenges, lobsterman Rob Martin wants to keep carrying out his federally funded tests for the Northeast Fisheries Science Center in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. After all, he's.

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"northeast fisheries science center" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

03:18 min | 2 months ago

"northeast fisheries science center" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"And the lobster industry from member station w. c. a. i. eve zubkov reports after three decades of fishing for lobsters in cape cod bay. Rob martin knows his boat. The resolve inside and out only forty feet. It was big when i got up and now it seems small. It's a cold morning and we're heading out to check on his traps which he dropped on the sea floor about a half mile. The cape cod canal. Like lobstermen here have done. For hundreds of years martin used to check his traps by looking for bullies that are connected by ropes to the traps but now his are gone and he's about to test a rope lewis fishing system to go. Martin opens up app on his phone and sends an acoustic signal to his lobster traps. Fifty feet underwater release success. Okay somewhere down below an air tank inside. A traffic is inflating a balloon. And then the moment we've been waiting for even gets this land loving radio reporter pretty excited along bright orange balloon pops up out of the water. It looks like one of those blow up tubes. That bob's around outside of car dealership by using this technology martin has eliminated the need for vertical ropes. And the danger. That right whale diving for food might get tangled in rope. Scientists say percent of north atlantic right. Whales bear scars from entanglement in the deadly maze created of lobstermen rope and other fishing lines. They encounter on their migration routes because of these dangers to the nearly three hundred and seventy right whales in existence authorities have instituted seasonal fishing closures in waters off new england. Many lobstermen prefer the closures to the technological leap. They would have to make to adopt rope pless fishing. The technology is like the model chief today and people expect us to be the chest flip tomorrow. This is beth cassani. Executive director of the massachusetts lobster means association. She also says the cost is prohibitive rope. Lescure could cost a single fishermen up to seventy thousand dollars and she says it may be unsafe because without bleeds on the surface fishing boats the dragnets along the sea floor can get caught on lobstermen traps. We need a large scale scientific unbiased feasability study on the whole thing. Despite these challenges lobstermen rob martin wants to keep carrying out his federally funded tests for the northeast fisheries science center in woods hole massachusetts after all. He's catching lobsters. And martin says he understands the stakes. If right whales keep dying current rates the species could reach a point in the next twenty years beyond which it can't recover and lakers shut down the entire lobster. Fishery in order to save the critically endangered wales lobstermen could face their own kind of extinction for npr news. I'm zuck off on cape cod..

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"northeast fisheries science center" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

03:22 min | 7 months ago

"northeast fisheries science center" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Design swarming robots, which was terrifying. I had no idea. You're year ago from firefly's to robots. Okay. It sounds very your I'm not necessarily with it but I'm sure there's a good reason to have swarming robots I just. Know if you have if you have a large number of robots that are acting autonomously or of one of the robots has instructions and the other ones can act based on what they see the other robots around them doing. Then you don't, you can have larger groups of robots acting in concert than you could potentially in a easy it's easier than controlling them all from a distance. Right. Yes. Thinking of the latest spider man film I don't know anybody saw that, but it's where. They had a bunch of drones kind of working in concert to make. Holograms and things like that and. Definitely. Yeah. They reminded me of bees for sure. Yeah I just imagine swarming robots in outer space. That's just where I imagine them. I mean, I, know there are lots of uses for them down here on the planet but I just think of them swarms of robots in outer space. From straubing firefly's in the Bayou to. Swarming robots in outer space they're all connects or or we could We could replace those those cardboard cutouts fans in the in the stadiums. With robots that couple start cheering for all the rest of here's. A. Trademark that immediately. golden later in the twitch room is saying if one robot fails the rest of the swarm Ken, continue smaller robots are simpler and more reliable you. I was GonNa, say this is this week in science if you just tuned in and if you like the show. Do, you want to help us grow get an get a bigger audience we would like that. Get a friend of yours to subscribe to twist today that would be just wonderful and very helpful. Thank you. And if they happen to just leave their youtube, open. Try Button for them. Remember. It'll be like a nice surprise it. We'll start popping up their feet. They won't know why. But if they enjoy the show they'll stay. Jest in Tell me a science story. Oh I. Probably have one of those. If nature communicated better. It may have a had a newspaper that. Newsletter twitter account of its own one of the most prevalent content subjects that would be trending would be about who is eating who. Currently in the world nature scientists said that. Aa. Northeast. Fisheries Science Center have developed a such a source of who is eating whom off the northeastern United States oceans, the predators. Were divided into forty eight Predator size categories in fourteen prey species..

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"northeast fisheries science center" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

05:48 min | 10 months ago

"northeast fisheries science center" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Packer, ABC News W. B S M News Headlines Congressman Joe Kennedy he was making a bid for Ed Markey seat in the U. S. Senate is expressing his support to relocate Noah's Northeast Fishery Science Center from Woods Hole to New Bedford, Kennedy said on W. B. S. M. Today, The move could mean 200 more federal jobs coming to the city. A 58 year old sandwich woman was killed Friday night when she was struck by a car on Route 25 eastbound and where She was transported to Toby Hospital and pronounced dead. The operator of the car remained at the scene. So far, no charges have been filed. West Nile virus has been detected in a mosquito in Massachusetts for the first time in 2020 the Department of Public Health said this week to mosquitoes collected on July 7th and Belmont tested positive for the virus. Clouds overnight. Low 72 tomorrow, turning partly sunny, high 82 very human. I'm Jim Phillips, W B s and news. Others Trouble yourself Room. It's time for the how a car show is absolutely essential that we get our kids back into classroom for in person learning. We want to reopen the schools. Everybody wanted the moms wanted. The dads wanted. The kids want it. It's time to do it. The president tweeted out this morning threatening schools nationwide that he'll try to cut funding if they refused to reopen on time. So we're very much going to put pressure on governors and everybody else to open the school. Open your schools in the fall low from the Matthews Brothers Studios. President Trump has mean clear and is backed by science, but it's important to get students back in school. I feel very strongly we need to do whatever we can to get the Children back to school. I want to make it very, very clear that the guidance that CDC Continues to put up for schools K through 12 and higher is intentional for reopening and keeping our school's open. What is not the intent of CDC guidelines. Is to be used as a rationale to keep schools closed. Those your captain, how a car. It's all about creating division. They literally say it on state TV. It's coming for you. Next Democratic cities are in chaos right now. Is this what you want from Joe Biden and they're taking down the statues and crime is rising right below my gosh, so bad. What do Democrats have to offer us failed experiments like Chop failed cities like Chicago, New York City where you've had for three weeks, many fold increase in shootings. This is what leftist policies have gotten us. Shame on unstoppable this guy's whole idea of America. America on its own. No lie down before you hurt yourself from swabs, hacks and Moon bats Bay where it's how a car State TV. Someone on CNN is calling somebody else. State TV If if ever there was a state TV If ever there was a semi official. They used to call it an Egyptian newspaper, the semiofficial whatever it was CNN and MSNBC or more than semi official they and so is The Washington Post. The New York Times their official organs or media outlets of the Deep State and CNN. Oh, my goodness. Calling Fox State TV. How ridiculous is that, incidentally, the name being proposed to change the Redskins to his warriors. Is there really a human the room of the Philadelphia Warriors before they were the 76 years they were the Warriors and, well, we looked up the the logo of the the old Philadelphia Warriors. That was Billy Cunningham and Wilt Chamberlain. Like they will cutting him because it was you and say Wilt Chamberlain. Hal Greer. Was they were they were good teams. But The warrior was an Indian. He Boris. He bears a startling resemblance. So I guess he's cease now, so he bore a startling resemblance. Chief Wahoo Who's also on the endangered species list out in Cleveland, by the way, But why do you need to call him the Warriors? You already have you used to have the Philadelphia Warriors in basketball. You now have the Golden State. Warriors. I mean, Is that there were so short of nicknames that we have to give him the name of the Warriors. Eight for four or 542 40 through the Braves, by the way, are hanging in there in the Atlanta Braves, formerly the Milwaukee Braves, formerly the Boston Braves. They're going to stick with their name their work there thinking about the Tomahawk chop. The Chicago Blackhawks are standing firm for the time being, Why, Why don't I think that may be the coming after rather Redskins because Snyder is a sort of a Republican or released more of a Republican than most of the Professional owners anyway, ate for 4 542 42 561 says what is Florida State? Have to say about that? You know, that's a good point. The Florida state seminal bears a startling resemblance to the Washington Redskin, If you if you check it out, check out the logo. Yeah. What is gonna happen to the Seminoles? I like the Seminoles. Like that. I like this. You know, I'm a UNC person, obviously, but I I like I like the logo. Time now for the chump line..

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"northeast fisheries science center" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"northeast fisheries science center" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"On the south coast from the W. B. S. M. newsroom here's the story as these W. B. S. M. news a young crowd of demonstrators gathered again in new Bedford Tuesday for the fourth night of protests over racial injustice in the police involved killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis so far the protests in new Bedford have been relatively peaceful a separate event is planned Saturday in fall river and again organizers say they do want to keep the peace fall in fall river a man accused of assaulting an eighty two year old trump supporter is facing charges twenty seven year old eighteen court right was being arraigned today in fall river District Court police say court right on Tuesday pulled up to the airport road rotary in his car grabbed and destroyed a sign the man was carrying pushed the elderly man to the ground and kicked him the victim was taken to Charlton Memorial Hospital with bruises to his back witnesses helped in police got in touch with court right and persuaded him to meet them at the police station municipal budget season is warming up and many communities are faced with difficult choices because tax revenues have tanked due to the corona virus in the latest report Plymouth will try to trim its budget by nearly three million dollars pink slips are going out to a number of school and town employees fall river bishop Edgar da Cunha today said that church members cannot turn a blind eye to racism he said despite understandable outrage people should respond with peace to the killing of George Floyd Floyd died in hand cuffs and lying on the ground after a white Minneapolis police officer pressed his knee to the man's neck for nearly nine minutes new research on the fisheries predicts that American lobster will move off shore and at sea scallops will shift to the north in the coming decades that's due to climate change according to the northeast fisheries Science Center the lead author said any changes to the distribution and abundance of scallops and lobsters will have major economic impact in northeast coastal communities in sports training camp restrictions are in place for NFL teams commissioner Roger Goodell sent a memo to all thirty two clubs saying training camps this summer must be at their main practice facility because of the corona virus pandemic teams will not be allowed to hold any joint practices here's ABC six meteorologist Chelsea priest a nexus seven clouds once again outside this afternoon it's a much warmer day though with high temperatures into the upper seventies.

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"northeast fisheries science center" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"northeast fisheries science center" Discussed on KQED Radio

"People there who are trapped are often trapped without power six hundred thousand customers both in north and South Carolina. Those are the numbers that were hearing. Now, what can you tell us about the power outages? How long it might take before the utilities can get into those flooded areas. I mean, I soon they have to wait until the water recedes before they can make any progress there. Yeah. That's right. In fact, one of the things that we've seen as we've driven along, and and and hit roadblocks ourselves and been forced to turn back as we've seen powerline crews doing much the same. They're working hard alumni ways that we've been long, but also been places where they just been parked waiting because there are many of these areas that they just cannot get through an another thing that just you get a sense of as you drive through is the scale of this. You know, this isn't one or two towns that have been shed or lost power. It's small town after small town and with these rivers still poring through still taking roads out. I think it's going to be days before some of these areas where you're gonna accessible to cruise to to get started on. Okay, that's NPR's, Brian, man. Reporting from Leland North Carolina, which is just outside of Wilmington a city that has completely cut off from the floodwaters, Brian thanks so much. Thank you. Well, further up the Atlantic coast in Massachusetts, the big news over the weekend was a fatal shark attack. The state's first. Since nineteen thirty six a twenty six year old man was boogie boarding off a beach in wealth lead on Cape Cod. When a shark attacked him. It is the second shark attack in about a month in the area. Sixty one year old man was bitten on August fifteenth, but survived and there have been numerous shark sightings. Professor James Soula Caskey's a researcher at the university of New England in Maine who specializes in sharks. He's on Skype. Professor, welcome. Thank you for having me. Well, what do you think's going on here? Well, I think if you just kind of break it down and look at what's happening globally is, you know, there are a lot of people in the water. And when you have a lot of people in the water that increases the chance of interacting with a shark. But there's been a lot of people in the water for many many years, especially off of Cape Cod. Do you think that there's something else going on? There's lots of food source a major increase in sales. We've also seen a rebound of white sharks in the region as well. And you know, the Cape is vacation haven. And so there are a lot of people in the water. And now, we've got all this mixed together. And I think that's what we're seeing as a combination of all those factors will you bring up seals and white sharks. Like to eat seals. The seals are protected by the marine mammal Protection Act, which has been key in protecting whales and otters dolphins other marine mammals. This was signed back in the seventies. But there are now some people including a researcher from the northeast fisheries. Science center who says maybe it's time to start calling the seals. Well, I think that you look at the system as a whole this is what sharks do, you know, the apex predators? And they're here to sort of control their prey, and when we get something out of balance like it is now a sometimes you have to take additional steps. And I think, you know, this is on the table, and we'll see where it leads. But I'm sure that the right decisions will be made by those management thirties. What do you think at this point? Do you think that it's time to start calling seals? I think that we need some more research for sure to see how that would impact the fishery how impact people how that impact the sharks. And I think we need we need to strike a balance and most people would agree that things are not in balance. And that's a lot of what's going on here. So we'll call help. I'm sure there's some four some against me personally. I think that things are out of balancing the needs to be some change. What about the shark population? Are they endangered great white sharks? They still are most people think. Wow. You know, the populations are exploding. They're still about thirty percent below where they were in the nineteen sixty s. When there's all these major calls in seven sixties seventies. So they're still low are rebounding which is good. But again their role really is to keep other prey down within the ecosystem and after populations are low seals. We're gonna increase and other things are gonna increase in. Thanks to stay out of balance. The man who was bitten a about a month ago off the coast of Cape Cod, but survived. He was apparently out a little bit of a distance from the shore. The the man who just died the other day, according to the Cape Cod times and witnesses talked to them, and he was out about thirty to thirty five feet, which doesn't sound that far off the shore. But what do you think people should do if they're going to be swimming at these beaches where there have been shark sightings? Right. The first thing is, you know, to be diligent anytime, you have this type of interaction with the shark. You know, whether it's survival or a tally. It's it's a terrible thing. And I think that gets us afraid to be in the water. And I think long we're. Dylan. Well, we have lost our guests there, obviously. But Peter one thing that we did talk with professor Soula Caskey about is. If you do.

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"northeast fisheries science center" Discussed on Money For the Rest of Us

Money For the Rest of Us

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"northeast fisheries science center" Discussed on Money For the Rest of Us

"The amount of lobsters being caught is significantly more than twenty years ago and so the question is why is it in terms of economic growth more productive now not more productive because the getting better at baiting lobsters it's it's a combination of things one its climate change the waters are are warming the john hare he's the northeast from the northeast fisheries science center says worry waters have created very beneficial situation in the gulf of maine so they're right at the optimum temperature for lobsters now in the gulf of maine and earlier he says that further south in new england it's becoming too warm so the the not able to produce or harvest as many laughter and so it's been a combination of more optimal water temperatures but also a commitment by by the industries in terms of to make sure the sustainable says even before the law required at lobstermen began restricting their catches throwing back undersized or oversized lobsters in eggbearing females and so the idea was not growth at all cost but sustainable in outgrowth is happening now that that's the supply of lobster then there's the issue demand as the amount of lobsters production or or harvesting began to increase that actually begin impact praise in fact there was a a crash in laughter prices in 2012 and that's where the industry when about and so we we need to do a better job of killing more people leep lobsters now that we have more lobsters and and the way that they they do that is a they actually that they exports to china in 2010 point three percent of all us lobster exports went to china in 2016 that jumped to thirteen percent that's according to weiser trade.

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