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Bluefish Escabeche

Today after work, I left Stony Brook’s Southampton campus (where the ALES Lab is headquartered) and drove 15 minutes to the end of the eastern spit separating Shinnecock Bay from the ocean, to go fishing. This is one of the … Continue reading

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So You’ve Got A Seafood Question….

There are two questions I get asked when introducing myself as a marine biologist at parties: the one about whether I get to play with dolphins, and the one about what kinds of seafood it is alright to eat. Well, … Continue reading

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The End of the Line

I just got back from watching “The End of the Line”, a new documentary about overfishing which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this winter and is currently in limited release. If you have the chance to see it, I … Continue reading

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NY Times on Seafood Ethics

The New York Times the other day published two pieces, one in print and one online, about the practical and ethical questions facing seafood eaters in the present day and age (thanks, Alyssa!). The first, by the great Mark Bittman, … Continue reading

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