Down Scope: Saving Snapper & Grouper from Barotrauma (6:34)
Reef fish in the South Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico, like snapper and grouper, suffer from barotrauma when brought to the surface, and many die. But these fish can survive when released at depth using fish descenders. See how easy they are to use.
Recompression Devices: Helping Anglers Fish Smarter
The survival rates of caught and released deep sea fish are low because of a condition known as “barotrauma”. Learn how NOAA Fisheries and partners in the recreational fishing community are working together to address this problem.
Sustainable Sport Fishing for Thresher Sharks
NOAA Fisheries scientists are working shoulder to shoulder with anglers off the coast of Southern California to find science based solutions to equip recreational anglers with the information they need to address today's conservation challenges.
TIES THAT BIND: Observing Northeast Fisheries
Ties That Bind explores the nature of fisheries, science, and resource management by coming to know a few of the personalities behind the process. It series celebrates and promotes the collaborative spirit of New England fisheries management.
TIES THAT BIND: Hawai‘i in the Pacific