In Anthropocene, Wayt Gibbs writes about ships that pass in the night—and the analysts who watch them in real time. Fishing vessels meet at sea for activities that can include illegal fishing, smuggling, and human trafficking, Wayt writes. But a high-tech spy system is keeping an eye on this dark fleet. Wayt is the NSWA vice president and can be found @WaytGibbs. image: GlobalFishingWatch
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