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Federal regulators deny protection to Calif. fish 9.4.2009 SFGate: Business & Technology
Federal authorities say a fish that inhabits California's delta does not warrant protection on the federal endangered species list. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service made the announcement Wednesday after a 12-month review of longfin smelt in the Sacramento-... ...
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Most Endangered American River: California's Sacramento-San Joaquin 8.4.2009 ENS
Most Endangered American River: California's Sacramento-San Joaquin
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America's 10 Most Endangered Rivers Of 2009 8.4.2009 TreeHugger
Levee break, Sacramento-San Joaquin River in California. Image credit: From outdated flood control schemes to harmful dams and mining projects, our nation’s rivers and clean water are at risk. Today, we released America’s Most Endangered Rivers: 2009 edition, spotlighting ten rivers in need of urgent action. Learn more and take action to help the rivers at See summary descriptions the 10 most endangered rivers presented below.... ...
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Lower Snake 3rd most endangered river 8.4.2009 AP Washington
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) -- Four dams that are blamed for damaging salmon runs on the lower Snake River in Washington place the waterway third among the nation's most endangered rivers, according to an annual report by American Rivers....
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Lower Snake 3rd most endangered river 8.4.2009 Seattle Times: Local
Four dams that are blamed for damaging salmon runs on the lower Snake River in Washington place the waterway third among the nation's most endangered rivers, according to an annual report by American Rivers.
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Lower Snake 3rd most endangered river, group says 8.4.2009 Seattle Times: Local
Four dams that are blamed for damaging salmon runs on the lower Snake River in Washington place the waterway third among the nation's most endangered rivers, according to an annual report by American Rivers.
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Depletion of Prey Fish may be Starving the Oceans 7.4.2009 Wildlife and Habitat Conservation News - ENN
Scientists are finding evidence of widespread malnutrition in commercial and recreational fish, marine mammals, and seabirds because of the global depletion of the small fish they need to survive, according to Oceana's new report, "Hungry Oceans: What Happens When the Prey is Gone?" These "prey fish" underpin marine food webs and are being steadily exhausted by heavy fishing, increasing demand for aquaculture feed, and climate change.
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10 most endangered rivers named 7.4.2009 CNN: Top Stories
Rivers are the arteries of our infrastructure. Flowing from highlands to the sea, they breathe life into ecosystems and communities.
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Lake Hopatcong waters rising as drawdown slows 7.4.2009 The Daily Record: Local
After dry weather and the state's recent drawdown of Lake Hopatcong, the Division of Fish and Wildlife is reducing the amount of water allowed to flow out of the lake.
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Letters: LaWall on the Payne case 7.4.2009 Tucson Citizen
Plus: Reining in free speech • Border wall • IDing animals
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Factory boats face cap on accidental salmon catch 7.4.2009 LA Times: Environment
As Bering sea chinook stocks dive, proposed new rules would set a limit on the 'bycatch' in the pollock industry.

The giant factory fishing boats that take billions of pounds of pollock from Alaska's Bering Sea would face major limits on salmon caught accidentally in their nets under controversial regulations recommended Monday.

New NOAA limits on fishing pared, but will sting 7.4.2009 Boston Globe: Massachusetts
The new head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration issued restrictions yesterday on New England fishermen that are expected to cut the region's fishing revenue by $17.4 million.
Calif. river system is nation's most endangered 7.4.2009 SFGate: Business & Technology
California's two longest rivers, the Sacramento and the San Joaquin, were named the country's most endangered waterways by an environmental advocacy group that considers them threatened by outdated water management and poor flood planning. American Rivers, a... ...
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Factory boats face cap on accidental salmon catch 7.4.2009 LA Times: Nation
As Bering sea chinook stocks dive, proposed new rules would set a limit on the 'bycatch' in the pollock industry.

The giant factory fishing boats that take billions of pounds of pollock from Alaska's Bering Sea would face major limits on salmon caught accidentally in their nets under controversial regulations recommended Monday.

Umbra advises on tuna and mercury 6.4.2009 Ask Umbra

Which is safer for you and the planet: mature tuna, juveniles, or none at all?



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Our Opinion: Protect, don't meddle with, rare species 6.4.2009 Tucson Citizen
U.S. Rep. Raúl Grijalva is to be commended for requesting a federal probe into the death of Macho B - the last jaguar known to have lived within the United States.
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Fate of the jaguar in US agency's hands 6.4.2009 Boston Globe: Opinion
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar should uphold the spirit of our Endangered Species Act, and have the Fish and Wildlife Service undertake a jaguar conservation program.
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Mass. announces fishing openings for 2 reservoirs 4.4.2009 Boston Globe: Massachusetts
Shake off the winter blahs and grab a fishing rod. Some of the state's reservoirs are opening to anglers.
Feds launch criminal probe of jaguar death 4.4.2009 Tucson Citizen
The curious case of Macho B, the jaguar captured in southern Arizona, has quickly descended into finger pointing and official investigations.
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Some push for new talks on Columbia River treaty 4.4.2009 NFIC News Feed
By Becky Kramer Spokane, Washington (AP) 4-09 The buzz of an electric alarm clock, the sweet heat of the shower, steam rising from a coffee mug. All over the Northwest, people start their day with energy from Columbia River dams. From its headwaters in British Columbia to its outlet at the Pacific Read more... (http://indiancountrynews.net/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=6091&Itemid=110)
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