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FishNews – November 20, 2019


Highlights
NOAA Appoints New Director for International Affairs and Seafood Inspection
United States Takes Leading Role in Global Fisheries Management
NOAA Releases New Strategies to Apply Emerging Science and Technology
Nominations Sought for New Recreational Electronic Reporting Task Force
Beachwalkers: Please Report Cold-Stunned Sea Turtles
NOAA Fisheries Launches Updated Social Indicator Mapping Tool
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Why Children (and Pregnant Women) May Want to Eat More Fish

Does fish make children smarter? There is some evidence that it might.
In two reviews of data from 44 studies, researchers have concluded that eating seafood during pregnancy and childhood is associated with improved performance on tests of mental skills. The analyses, published in the journal PLEFA, included 29 studies with 102,944 mother-child pairs, and 15 reports on 25,031 children under 18….Read more (nytimes.com)

Clipper Oil: Latest Fishing News – Taiwan Cuts Ties with Solomon Islands


Taiwan Cuts Ties with Solomon Islands, Accuses China of ‘Dollar Diplomacy’
Redflagged Vessels May Lose Big: FFA
American Samoa’s Governor Fears Closure of American Samoa’s Biggest Employer
‘Unfair’ Fee Discourages Tuna Processing and Fishing Industry
Climate Redistribution of Tuna May Mean a Loss of USD 60 Million for Pacific by 2050
Report Finds Transshipments in Western, Central Pacific Likely Underreported