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Fisheries Management

The Institute provides scientific evidence for management plans that will stem the depletion of fish from our oceans and safeguard threatened marine ecosystems. Our ecosystem-based approach recognizes that species and habitats cannot be successfully managed in isolation.

Ecosystem Based Fishery Management

Forage Fish - From Ecosystems to Markets

Understudied Marine Species Project

The Lenfest Forage Fish Task Force

EBM in Gulf of Maine

Reversal Of Undesirable Evolution In Fish

Menhaden
A carrier vessel taking a load of menhaden to a processing plant, in Beaufort, North Carolina.
[Forage Fish] Photo credit: Bob Williams, NOAA

Dr. Conover
Lead author Dr. David Conover spawning eggs of the Atlantic silverside, Menidia menidia,
on beach in St. Augustine, FL [Reversal of Undesirable Evolution in Fish]

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