One of the world's most devastating predators is brainless, slow and voracious
September 2012 | By Abigail Tucker
Chemist and businessman Eric Stroud develops shark repellents to protect sharks from being ensnared in commercial fisheries
July 17, 2009 | By Joseph Caputo
In the middle of the Chesapeake Bay, a culture struggles to survive as aquatic life becomes scarce
April 01, 2009 | By Kenneth R. Fletcher
In the Pacific Northwest, fishermen are cashing in on the growing yen for geoducks, a funny-looking mollusk turned worldwide delicacy
March 2009 | By Craig Welch
For the first time there's no fishing for chinook salmon on the California coast. The search is on for why the prize catch is so scarce.
October 2008 | By Abigail Tucker
For the Yup'ik people of Alaska, fall chum is the answer to a troubled fishing season and a link to the outside world
October 01, 2008 | By Kim O’Donnel
A lobsterman in Maine talks about the lure of working on the water
January 17, 2008 | By Siobhan Roth
The problems with fishery management are mounting—and time may be running out
September 24, 2007 | By Anne Sasso
Can fisheries eliminate their debts to nature?
September 24, 2007 | By Eric Jaffe
A fleet of inventions aims to protect albatrosses from harm
September 2007 | By Kennedy Warne
As vessels around the world drag nets and dredges across the seabed, they slowly destroy the biome
April 1999 | By John P. Wiley, Jr.