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Baby Black Cod

by Erin Loury, Ichthyology Lab. Sablefish, also known as Black Cod, are enjoying a boom in price as the in-demand fish of the hour.  The Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch guide currently ranks them as “Best Choice” or “Good Alternative,” … Continue reading

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Sustainable Seafood News You Can Use

by Mariah Boyle, Ichthyology Lab Hi everyone, another post from your sustainable seafood enthusiast! If you don’t already know I work at FishWise, a non-profit sustainable seafood consultancy, in Santa Cruz CA while finishing up my thesis. FishWise has just … Continue reading

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Steer clear of Grenadier – aka Rattail

by Erin Loury Ichthyology Lab No, this isn’t an elaborate fish puppet you’re looking at – it’s a Giant Grenadier caught in the depths of Monterey Bay on a research cruise.   If it looks a little worse for wear (that … Continue reading

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Are you FishWise? Check this Sustainable Seafood blog

by Mariah Boyle, Ichthyology Lab At MLML, many graduate students need an outside job to help pay the bills while working towards their degree. My outside job that gives me  a different perspective on the oceans –  I work at … Continue reading

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