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The good news is that none of the institute’s 200 staff members were hurt as the storm made landfall just a few dozen kilometers to the east of the coastal station, which focuses on conducting ecological, fisheries, and biogeochemistry research.
Fisheries biologists generally consider two adult walleyes per acre the minimum necessary to maintain a solid, naturally reproducing walleye population.
The whale shark can grow to as long as 50 feet and weigh more than 22 tons, according to the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries fact sheet.
But the gull population has since exploded because human dumps and fisheries provide them with so much food.
EEA members are fully integrated into the EU’s single market for most goods and services, but not for agriculture and fisheries.
The apparent reversal comes as a result of passionate lobbying on the part of industries that rely on seasonal foreign labor, like fisheries, tourism, construction, and landscaping.
Unlike many fisheries around the world, Maine's lobster beds are thriving in part because the fishermen long ago set strict limits on the size they're allowed to keep.
Monday was the first day the Kenai River dipnet fishery opened.
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