Blue Ocean Fellows – Publications
Highlights of Blue Ocean Fellows’ work includes:
“An Oyster in the Storm” – The New York Times.
Greenberg & Safina: “An Improvable Feast” - The New York Times.
“Ends of the Earth” - Sunday Book Review, The New York Times.
“Don’t Discount Smart Fish Farming” - A New York Times “Room for Debate.”
“As Final U.S. Decision Nears, A Lively Debate on GM Salmon” – Yale Environment 360.
“A River Runs Through It”– on the Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone. American Prospect Magazine.
“Holy Mackerel” - Edible East End and Edible Manhattan.
“How Mussel Farming Could Help to Clean Fouled Waters” – Yale Environment 360.
“Sustainable Seafood: The Good News” - Food and Wine Magazine.
“If You Teach a Son to Fish” – TakePart.com .
“Snappers: Eat or Be Eaten” – Edible Manhattan.
“The Amazing Waterworld of the Wild Alaskan Salmon” – The Atlantic.
Dr. Demian Chapman & Debra Abercrombie
Chapman, Abercrombie, Safina, et al: “Give Shark Sanctuaries a Chance” letter in the journal Science.
Chapman, Abercrombie & Safina: “Sharks Cross Fin-ish Line at CITES and A New Era Begins.” NationalGeographic.com.
Demian Chapman, dispatches from his oceanic whitetip shark tagging trip in
the Bahamas on Blue Ocean blog: “Even Sharks Like Sushi” and “Heads Up!”
Chapman’s Blue Ocean blog: Restricted Supply, Tepid Demand: The New Recipe for Shark Fin Soup?
Abercrombie and Chapman are currently working with Blue Ocean Institute to promote their online tool for identifying shark fins: www.sharkfinID.com .
John Weller has just begun his Fellowship with Blue Ocean as of February, 2014. Highlights of Weller’s photography, books and film work are here.