Climate change is reshaping Atlantic fisheries and sending this fluke fight to court

NEW YORK has sued the U.S. Department of Commerce to get the right to fish for a greater share of fluke. The state's argument includes changes to fish stocks due to climate change. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/SCOTT EELLS
NEW YORK has sued the U.S. Department of Commerce to get the right to fish for a greater share of fluke. The state's argument includes changes to fish stocks due to climate change. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/SCOTT EELLS
NEW YORK – By his own account, Anthony DiLernia is a guy who can make friends with any angler. For 45 years he’s run a fishing charter boat out of New York Harbor, and he’s served as a member of the Mid-Atlantic Fishing Council on and off for almost as long. But get DiLernia on the…

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