What’s in your favorite seafood bowl?

By RICHARD JAYN SANCHEZ, APFood writerThe menu at Lee’s Seafood, a Houston restaurant owned by the Lee family, is a mix of fresh and seasonal seafood, as well as items from nearby seafood producers.

The menu features a selection of fish, seafood, crab, shrimp and lobster, and also includes chicken, beef, chicken breast, turkey, seafood desserts and desserts, and seafood drinks.

Lee’s Seafornats seafood dishes range from the traditional to the adventurous, with dishes such as a fresh-baked crab cake topped with sweet potatoes, blue cheese, roasted peanuts and candied pecans.

Lee Lee is a freelance food writer who focuses on the Southeast and Pacific islands.

What’s new about the ‘sea life’ news?

In the last few days, we’ve seen headlines such as: “Trump wants to revive sea-life” and “Trump’s plan to revive the sea-lily” and a new report that suggests Trump is pushing to revive marine life in the Gulf of Mexico.

But now the latest data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows that while marine life has increased in the region, its numbers have decreased in the last 30 years.

The NOAA study was released Tuesday.

“What we’re seeing now is a big increase in the abundance of some types of invertebrates and fish,” said Andrew Stangarone, the lead author of the report and director of NOAA’s Center for Coral Reef Studies.

What does this mean?

It means that the amount of sea life that exists in the U.S. is increasing, not decreasing, according to Stangarcone.

That means that, contrary to Trump’s claims, it is not a “sea-life renaissance.”

Instead, it’s a “slow-motion ecological disaster,” according to the study.

A slow-motion environmental disaster The study looked at all the species that are present in the United States and found that the oceans are experiencing a “very slow-moving ecological disaster” and that the number of species that exist are declining.

The number of marine invertebrate species is decreasing by 1,000 species per year, with the number going down from 3,000 in 1972 to 1,400 today.

In terms of species present, the report found that more than half of the species present are considered to be endangered, meaning that they are not endangered.

About 10 percent of the world’s species are considered threatened, meaning they are considered very endangered.

This study also found that sea-level rise is not causing sea-levels to rise at the same rate as previous years.

In fact, the study found that there has been a slight decrease in sea-water level from the previous year, but the change has not been as large as it was in the 1980s and 1990s.

In terms of total sea-surface elevation, there has also been a significant decrease.

The study noted that in recent years, there was “no trend to increasing sea-faring,” and it noted that sea level is increasing more quickly than it has been since the 1950s.

It also noted that the area of the oceans that are currently experiencing sea-related events has decreased by 3.3 million square miles over the past 30 years, compared to a decrease of 1.7 million square feet in the 1970s.

“Our data shows that the sea is changing in response to warming climate and changing ocean chemistry, but our data also shows that in the long run, the ocean is not changing in a way that will be sustainable,” Stangaryone said.

“This means that we have to find a way to keep our coasts healthy and our economy competitive in the future.”

“We are in the midst of a slow-speed ecological disaster, and we are seeing that change over time.”

What we need to do to stop it This slow-down is a serious problem, and the study said it has to be addressed, especially with climate change.

Stangaries said that the report is not just a report on the U and S. coasts, and that it is important to keep in mind that sea changes happen over time, and this is happening in the same region of the ocean as the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

We have to start planning now to prevent future disasters from happening, he said.

He added that the study doesn’t look at the extent of the changes that are occurring in the oceans, but it does look at changes over time.

It notes that the changes are taking place at the speed of the sun, and it notes that changes are occurring that are not necessarily beneficial for the organisms that live in the ocean.

Stangary said that while the study does not examine the specific impacts of changing sea-ice levels on the economy, it does say that the change in the amount and type of animals and invertebeings is causing a slowdown in the growth of the U, S. and Canada’s economies, as well as the U-S.

economy.

There is also evidence that these changes are contributing to the loss of biodiversity and the loss, Stangares said.

The researchers say the study’s findings are important to understand and act upon because it is likely that the ocean has been losing some of its species, including species of fish, since the 1960s.

The study also notes that in terms of changes in ecosystem services, the oceans have been losing certain species, like fish, sea lions and crabs, which could result in negative impacts on the oceans.

“The report suggests that the global economy has lost biodiversity and ecosystem services because of the slow-growth in the marine food web and the negative impacts of global warming