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Articles from the August 1, 2014 edition

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 By Kathy A. Smith    Features    August 1, 2014

Communications: Prices Drop and Services Increase

As advances in communications and navigation equipment technology change at a seemingly alarming rate, there is something to be said about mixing the old with the new to keep some semblance of the... Full story

 
 Features    August 1, 2014

New Seine Skiff Based on Tug Boat Design

In June, 2014, Seattle-based Snow Boat Company delivered a new 24-foot by 13-foot seine skiff to King Cove, Alaska for the area M salmon fishery. The boat is one of the largest seine skiffs in... Full story

 
 By Michael A. Moore    Features    August 1, 2014

Washington Shellfish Conquer New Territories as China Re-Opens

National and international markets for US West Coast shellfish are on an upward trajectory – mussel bars are the latest fashion in Washington DC and spreading to other east coast cities, gourmet... Full story

 
 By Terry Dillman    Features    August 1, 2014

The Value of Fish

Creating asset markets for natural resources – among them, commercial fish stocks – is the underlying premise of a first-of-its-kind interdisciplinary equation developed by a pair of researchers. Josh Abbott at Arizona State University and Eli... Full story

 
 Today's Catch    August 1, 2014

Wrong Camouflage

In April, the US Navy christened the first of its newest class of destroyers. Costing more than $3 billion, the 610-foot-long USS Zumwalt, named after the late Admiral Elmo “Bud” Zumwalt boasts advanced technology including a composite deckhouse... Full story