Monday, June 21, 2010

Monday Seafood Roundup


Gulf fish still good eating, despite public concern
Philadelphia Inquirer
Twice a week, his trucks deliver fresh fish to Samuels & Son Seafood Co., a family-owned wholesaler in Philadelphia that supplies most of the city's better ...
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Gulf Oil Spill Update: U.S. Adds Measures to Check Gulf Seafood
Wall Street Journal
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said it would begin dockside sampling of fish products in the Gulf, according to the Deepwater Horizon ...
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Sea creatures flee oil spill, gather near shore
The Associated Press
Mullets, crabs, rays and small fish congregate by the thousands off an Alabama pier. Birds covered in oil are crawling deep into marshes, never to be seen ...
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Fish lands fisherman in Bremerton's new sculptures
Seattle Times
Crews are installing 14-foot sculptures of a fish and a fisherman on opposite corners at Fourth Street and Pacific Avenue. The fish will wield a pole ...
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PHOTOS: Oil spill puts fish markets in jeopardy
KMOX.com
Fish sellers become emotional from the sudden drop in sales of seafood due to the BP oil spill June 17, 2010 at the shrimp lot fish market in Westwego, ...
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Kansas City Star
Shellfish prices on the rise because of gulf oil spill
Kansas City Star
By JOYCE SMITH At Mad Jack's Fresh Fish in Kansas City, Kan., owner John Reed charges an additional $2 a pound for gulf shrimp. The BP oil spill in the Gulf ...
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Petroleum industry objects to polar bear plan
The Associated Press
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Advocates for the petroleum industry in Alaska told the US Fish and Wildlife Service that the agency's polar bear critical habitat plan ...
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Zach Galifianakis could be a fish (and the new Don Knotts)
Los Angeles Times (blog)
The Don Knotts original, about an ordinary man who becomes a fish and fights the Nazis, is nearly 50 years old, isn't that well remembered and was hardly a ...
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Judge hears arguments in federal wolf case
The Associated Press
Defenders of Wildlife, the Greater Yellowstone Coalition and other wildlife advocates sued the federal government after the US Fish and Wildlife Service ...
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Feds aim to bump up limit on vital fish stock
BusinessWeek
But if they exceed their limit on one fish species, they must stop fishing on all stocks. Fishermen said limits on various stocks, particularly pollock, ...
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