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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

Email: d***@***.org

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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 Maine,...more

Background Information

Employment History

New England Regional Editor

Salt Water Sportsman


Chairman

Habitat Committee


Affiliations

Rhode Island Marine Fisheries Council

Member


Fisheries Council

Habitat Committee


Rhode Island Council

Member


Education

masters degree

biology


mnster's degree

Biology


Web References(89 Total References)


Council Members - NEFMC

www.nefmc.org [cached]

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.


Welcome to Fishermen's Voice

fishermensvoice.com [cached]

NEFMC agreed with David Preble, who said the ICCAT committee should focus on finding a way to reduce dead discards, rather than on changing the quota system.
Preble is a member of NEFMC and a technical advisory on the ICCAT advisory committee. "It's a considerable change for New England, and damaging for New England," said Preble. "And it takes the second-lowest of the quota categories and makes it the second-highest, which is profoundly unfair," Preble said.


Welcome to Fishermen's Voice

fishermensvoice.com [cached]

NEFMC member David Preble said the management review will be seminal for resolving some of the problems in the fishery management system.
"Marine management," said Preble, "is inherently a highly contentious issue. This is largely due, he said, to the widely divergent cultural approach inherent in the management side of the system, compared with the science side. "Science," said Preble, "involves a continuous stream of information, while management is an episodic event." "Scientists, by nature, tend to be cautious," Preble said.


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David Preble


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