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Tagging ‘tiny’ tuna will aid bluefin research

By Joel Brown
Globe Correspondent / August 13, 2009

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MANCHESTER-BY-THE-SEA - Fishermen and scientists often don’t see eye to eye, especially when the science is likely to lead to more regulation of commercial and sport fishing. But many people who catch bluefin tuna off the North Shore like the work Molly Lutcavage is doing at the University of New Hampshire Large Pelagics Research Lab. Next weekend they’re spooling off ... (Full article: 576 words)

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