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David E. Preble

Member, New England Fishery Management Council; U.S. Commissioner, N.W. Atlantic Fisheries Org.

New England Fishery Management Council

HQ Phone: (978) 465-0492

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New England Fishery Management Council

50 Water Street Mill 2

Newburyport, Massachusetts 01950

United States

Company Description

The Council is made up of eighteen voting members: (1) The Regional Administrator of the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) (or her designee); (5) The principal state official with marine fishery management responsibility (or their designee) for M ... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Habitat Committee
Fisheries Council

Member
Rhode Island Council

Member
Rhode Island Marine Fisheries Council

Education

masters degree

biology

mnster's degree

Biology

Web References (90 Total References)


Council Members - NEFMC

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Cmdr. Kurt Virkaitis, NEFSC liaison Dr. Jim Weinberg, member Tom Dempsey, member Dr. David Pierce, Council Chairman Terry Stockwell, member David Preble, member Mark Gibson, member Mark Alexander, member Peter Kendall, GARFO Reg Administrator John Bullard, member Laura Ramsden, member Terry Alexander, member Frank Blount, member Vincent Balzano, GARFO Assist.


UFiSH Rhode Island Fishing & Boating Page

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Dave Preble. Last chance, he's announcing his retirement at the end of this season! The EARLY BIRD, a truly fine sea boat, will be for sale at that time. Capt. Dave Preble is descended from a long line of seafarers and a member of both the Rhode Island Marine Fisheries Council and the New England Fishery Management Council. He has authored dozens of articles on fish and fishing as well as three books, Fishing for Yellowfin Tuna, Fly Fishing Offshore: Cape Cod to Cape Hatteras, and his critically acclaimed book of stories and essays, The Fishes of the Sea.


Cmdr. Kurt Virkaitis, NEFSC liaison Dr. ...

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Cmdr. Kurt Virkaitis, NEFSC liaison Dr. Jim Weinberg, member Tom Dempsey, member Dr. David Pierce, Council Chairman Terry Stockwell, member David Preble, member Mark Gibson, member Mark Alexander, member Peter Kendall, GARFO Reg Administrator John Bullard, member Laura Ramsden, member Terry Alexander, member Frank Blount, member Vincent Balzano, GARFO Assist.

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www.fishermensvoice.com [cached]

David Preble is on the habitat committee of the NEFMC. He said recent technological developments in wind energy have set the stage for a much more rapid development of a large area of the northeast coastline. What has been thought of as something that was ten years in the future, Preble said, was ready to be put in place now. The difference has been new more powerful French wind turbines. That immediacy has caught managers and stakeholders of guard. With little or no baseline data to work from Preble said it was important to get organized quickly to engage with the wind development process.

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This 6 MW turbine will "be the game changer in U.S. investment in wind energy", said Preble.
Noting research in the northeast U.S., Preble said, scientists have identified an offshore region between Virginia and Maine where it could be possible to continuously take advantage of optimum velocity winds.
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Preble was in Europe recently where he surveyed wind energy installations and said he was amazed at the number of turbines in the water in several countries. France, he said currently gets 80% of its electricity from nuclear power and the rest from wind and solar.
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Preble said the effect on the ocean bottom would come from digging to embed concrete block anchors, trenching for the network of cables, matressing- the granite rubble over bottom cables to protect them, and down stream scouring -the silt cloud that is deposited over the bottom down stream of the excavation.

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