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From Trap to Plate, Maine Lobster Distribution is a Complex System
Dec 14, 2015
Press Clip

Mainebiz: Trends show the lobster resource is shifting east, possibly due to the warming ocean temperature... According to the Gulf of...

Searching for Shrimp: A New Acoustic Study at GMRI
Dec 4, 2015
Blog

“…like finding a needle in a haystack.” It’s the go-to cliché for a difficult search. But marine scientists might challenge a frustrated...

Pershing Paper Gets National Attention
Nov 2, 2015
Blog

In October, GMRI Chief Scientific Officer Andy Pershing and his colleagues were published in perhaps the most prominent scientific journal...

New Study: Warming Waters a Major Factor in the Collapse of New England Cod
Oct 29, 2015
Press Release

PORTLAND, Maine — October 29, 2015 — For centuries, cod were the backbone of New England’s fisheries and a key species in the Gulf of Maine...

Climate Change Hurting New England Cod, Study Says (all links)
Oct 29, 2015
Press Clip

Multiple National Outlets: For centuries, cod were the backbone of New England’s fisheries and a key species in the Gulf of Maine ecosystem...

Spiny Dogfish gets a Marketing Makeover
Oct 28, 2015
Press Clip

Boston Globe: The Gulf of Maine Research Institute, will create promotional events and develop product surveys for potential buyers. Since...

Fishermen Worry as Black Sea Bass Stake New England Claim
Oct 26, 2015
Press Clip

Associated Press: As waters warm off the coast of New England, black sea bass are moving north and, fishermen say, threatening the region's...

Mayday: Gulf of Maine in Distress
Oct 25, 2015
Press Clip

Maine Sunday Telegram: The Gulf of Maine – which extends from Cape Cod in Massachusetts to Cape Sable at the southern tip of Nova Scotia,...

NASA Commits $6.5M to Gulf of Maine Research Institute for Climate Change Education
Oct 21, 2015
Press Clip

Mainebiz: The Gulf of Maine Research Institute in Portland is receiving a $6.5 million grant from NASA to create a new educational program...

U.S. Program Pushes to put Acadian Redfish on the Menu
Oct 6, 2015
Press Clip

Seafood Source: The Gulf of Maine Research Institute (GMRI) has been working for the past four years to promote underutilized fish species...

The Enigma Behind America's Freak, 20-year Lobster Boom
Oct 6, 2015
Press Clip

Quartz: Finally, thanks to warmer seas and plum new habitats, more babies than before are surviving. Statistics seem to bear that out: Even...

Today, Maine Students Come to School Eager to Tackle Environmental Problems
Oct 4, 2015
Press Clip

Portland Press Herald: A more sophisticated curriculum works because Maine students come to their classrooms with a working understanding...

Acoustics Used by Gulf of Maine Researchers Reveals Important Fisheries Findings
Oct 2, 2015
Waypoints

Acoustic surveys are not new in the world of fisheries research. For decades acoustic equipment has enabled fishermen and scientists to...

Fishermen, Scientists, and Regulators Convene to Discuss Stock Assessment Improvements
Oct 2, 2015
Waypoints

In an effort to increase collaboration between industry, scientists, and NOAA Fisheries towards improved stock assessments, GMRI recently...

Workshop Aims to Improve Assessments
Oct 2, 2015
Waypoints

This November, GMRI will hold Taking Stock: A Workshop to Collaboratively Improve Stock Assessments. The workshop is the culmination of the...

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