Our fact sheets are easy-to-understand guides to many of the major fish issues in U.S. Oceans. For more in-depth details, view our letters to policy makers, testimony and other reports.
Research & Analysis
Faletti isn’t a wildlife psychic. She’s a University of South Florida marine science graduate student using a new technique to study fish in the Gulf of Mexico by peeling back the layers of their eyeballs like an onion. Those layers carry traces of carbon and nitrogen isotopes from different stages of a fish’s life— information that helps Faletti figure out when and where... Read More
In June, after centuries unseen by human eyes, deep-sea corals in the dark ocean off New England finally had their moment in the spotlight. Underwater robots operated by a team of American and Canadian scientists illuminated dense forests of corals, including spectacular specimens that are likely many hundreds of years old. Read More
The Pew Charitable Trusts is asking members of a U.S. House of Representatives Natural Resources subcommittee to return to the strong tradition of bipartisanship when considering changes to the nation’s signature law governing fishing in federal ocean waters. The Water, Power, and Oceans Subcommittee will hold an oversight hearing on the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management... Read More