Did you look at the weather before you left the house today? NOAA provided that data. Do you eat salmon, shellfish or even McDonald’s Filet-o-Fish?…View More The importance of being NOAA
Since the dawn of human civilization, much has been written about the sheer adrenaline-pumping excitement of clams, scallops, cockles, but today’s digital age has cranked-up that…View More Five Mind-Blowing Bivalve GIFs That Will Blow Your Mind – Your Blown Mind Won’t Believe #6!
Bivalves: clams, scallops, oysters, cockles, and mussels, have rich lives and complex evolutionary histories far beyond the deep-fryer. Here are vignettes of four bivalves that…View More Malacology Monthly: A Look at Bivalves, From Both Sides Now
On March 11th, 2011 the Tōhoku earthquake and resulting tsunami wreaked havoc on Japan. It also resulted in the largest nuclear disaster since Chernobyl when the tsunami…View More True facts about Ocean Radiation and the Fukushima Disaster
I only eat anchovies with Caesar salad, and am rather fond of the tiny fish that add a bit of strong flavor to the romaine…View More How to eat sardines sustainably
Two weeks ago I wrote about southeast Asian fishermen, mostly from Cambodia, being forced to work Thai and South Korean fishing vessels. Men are promised…View More “Product of Thailand” Could Be Result of Slave Labor
Fellow science blogger, friend, and colleague Jennifer Jacquet recently invited me to contribute to a special all-ocean-themed issue of the journal Solutions that she, Nancy…View More 100% Guaranteed, Guilt-Free, Sustainable Sushi?
Legal Sea Foods’ “blacklisted” seafood dinner took place last night. From the Boston Globe: An e-mail invitation to the sold-out event, sponsored by Legal Sea…View More The science behind Legal Sea Foods’ “blacklisted” dinner
Time: 9 PM, after a long day in the lab. Place: Lucha Libre Taco Shop Internal Monologue: Bad Miriam: “If I do not have a…View More DON’T PANIC: Sustainable seafood and the American outlaw
What criteria makes Gulf seafood “safe to eat”? In part 2, we’re geting down to the nitty gritty: what guidelines and criteria are the FDA…View More Seafood Safety, Part 2a: ‘safe’ criteria, PAHs