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Maine Voices: Report Sheds Light on Challenges Posed by Decline of Cod
Jun 16, 2014
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Portland Press Herald: "The challenges over the next decade will be improving the accuracy of the scientific advice on which catch limits...

Green Plate Special: Try One Fish, Two Fish, Redfish and New Fish
Jun 15, 2014
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Portland Press Herald: The three-year-old Out of the Blue program from the Gulf of Maine Research Institute seeks to change eaters’ minds...

PowerHouse Brings Climate Change Home for Maine Students
Jun 13, 2014
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Global issues like climate change are challenging for adults, let alone 12-year-olds, to understand. GMRI’s newest education program,...

Maine Climate Warming Up Quickly, Analysis Shows
Jun 4, 2014
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Portland Press Herald: The climate has warmed in Maine and Vermont more than in every other state in the past 30 years, a shift that...

Chefs and Fishermen Collaborate to Strengthen Markets and Improve Quality of Local Seafood
Jun 2, 2014
Press Release

Chefs, fishermen, restaurant owners and researchers will gather at the Gulf of Maine Research Institute Wednesday to work together to...

Our View: Maine Fishermen Should Take Cue From Farmers' Success
May 28, 2014
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Portland Press Herald: You can go to a farmers market and pick up a rump roast or pork loin straight from the local farm that raised the...

Fishery Dependent Data Visioning Effort Prepares for Phase II
May 28, 2014
Waypoints

In September 2013, NOAA Fisheries initiated the Northeast Federal Fishery Dependent Data Visioning Project, a collaborative effort to...

Gulf of Maine Research Institute Honors Teacher for STEM Excellence
May 28, 2014
Press Release

The Gulf of Maine Research Institute announced today that it will honor Pat Parent, a teacher at Massabesic Middle School, this Wednesday...

Exploring the Business of Groundfish Sectors
May 28, 2014
Waypoints

As part of GMRI's ongoing technical assistance to groundfish sectors, Fisheries Technical Assistance Program and Research staff are...

Our View: Maine Fishermen Should Take Cue From Farmers’ Success
May 28, 2014
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Portland Press Herald: The locally caught seafood that makes it to market is often too far removed from the fishermen who hauled it in –...

Climate Change in Fisheries Brings Stakeholders Together in D.C.
May 28, 2014
Waypoints

Climate change continues to remain the focus of various regional and national workshops, meetings, and conferences. Twice within the first...

Businesses Create an Eat Dogfish World
May 28, 2014
Waypoints

Dogfish. The word alone can incite scorn among fishermen as the treacherous, yet practically worthless species that fishing nets cant stay...

Ocean Acidification: A Growing Concern in the Gulf of Maine
May 28, 2014
Waypoints

When carbon dioxide dissolves into seawater, it forms carbonic acid that lowers the waters pH, making the more acidic--this is ocean...

Gulf of Maine Research Institute Recognized in Washington D.C. for STEM Education Initiative
May 27, 2014
Press Release

Recent recognition from the White House and the Department of Energy is garnering national attention for the Gulf of Maine Research...

Securing the Sustainability of the Unregulated Jonah Crab Fishery
May 22, 2014
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The Fish Site: Market demand for the Jonah crab has more than quadrupled during the last 20 years, but the fishery still lacks a management...

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