15 Second Science

Learn something new in a flash by watching our 15 Second Science video series. The playlists below are organized by episode category. You can watch them all on this page, or visit our YouTube...Read more

Sustainable Fisheries and Aquaculture

Delaware Sea Grant research and outreach efforts catalyze new product innovations to keep the U.S. seafood industry financially competitive and environmentally responsible. Our experts...Read more

Sea Talk Video - Catch and Release Fishing

This is Sea Talk: Ocean News from the University of Delaware.

The sport of catch and release fishing is growing in popularity. Do you know why? Because anglers can enjoy the thrill of the catch while being good stewards of our waters. When catch and release is done properly, the freed...Read more

Seafood HACCP Alliance Segment 2 HACCP Class

Thursday, March 27, 2014 - 8:30am

A Seafood HACCP Alliance Segment 2 HACCP Class will be held March 27, 2014 at University of Delaware, College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment, 700 Pilottown Road, Lewes, DE 19958, (Room 104, Cannon Lab). When combined with the internet course, this class satisfies the training requirements of...Read more

Atlantic Pollock

Atlantic Pollock - Pollachius virens

Atlantic pollock is usually called pollock and is a different fish from Alaska pollock, but it is also a member of the cod family. It is distinguished from its cousins by its greenish hue. The Atlantic pollock is olive green...Read more

Striped Bass

Striped Bass - Morone saxatilis

The striped bass, or rockfish as it is known locally, has been a major food and sport fish on the Atlantic coast of North America. A virtual disappearance of this species in the late 1970s led resource managers to close the...Read more

Red Drum

Red Drum - Sciaenops ocellatus

Drum make a noise in the same way as croakers do -- they contract a muscle connected to their air bladder, which makes a drumming noise. According to the Seafood Handbook, the red drum is also called channel bass, redfish...Read more


Ocean Perch - Sebastes marinus

The ocean perch is bright red, pink, or orange, which makes its large, black eyes stand out in contrast. This fish, also known as redfish, is the only Atlantic member of the rockfish group. It ranges from southern Labrador to...Read more


Mullet - Mugil cephalus

Often included in the writings of ancient Romans, the mullet was cultivated thousands of years ago in the deltas of the Nile River. Native chieftains of the Hawaiian and Philippine Islands once had large numbers of fish ponds built...Read more


Monkfish - Lophius americanus

Also known as goosefish, anglerfish, lotte, and allmouth, monkfish differ from most finfish in that they have an enormous head which narrows into a fleshy tail, and their scaleless skin is smooth and slippery. Monkfish belong to the...Read more