Mike Voisin and Patrick Riley on panel at the Smithsonian Institute
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administrator Jane Lubchenko talked about her agency's new policies on aquaculture at a Smithsonian Associates discussion on the impact on seafood of BP's Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Other participants included seafood business owners, academics, and environmentalists. Ms. Lubchenko in her remarks said that although seafood is safe, testing should continue on fish larvae to determine the long-term effects on younger fish that are more susceptible to the chemical process. The program includes questions from audience members.