Orono Bog Boardwalk project an opportunity to teach out-of-staters forest not dark, mysterious place

November 3, 2013

http://bangordailynews.com/2013/11/02/news/bangor/orono-bog-boardwalk-project-an-opportunity-to-teach-out-of-staters-forest-not-dark-mysterious-place/ Print

Read more »

Lobster now in a ‘gilded trap,’ scientist believes

October 4, 2013

The effects of warmer waters could wipe the lobsters out of Maine or shift stocks farther north into colder waters, potentially destabilizing the economy of Maine’s islands and coastal towns. http://www.workingwaterfront.com/articles/Lobster-now-in-a-gilded-trap-scientist-believes/15604 Print

Read more »

Creatures, Strange and Complex, in Colorful Detail

September 19, 2013

“A lot of scientists come to science in first place because they find science beautiful; they find themselves mesmerized by looking at the stars or watching organisms or the imagery of the deep sea,” animation director Dr. Casey Dunn said of a program to take viewers everywhere from the bottom of the ocean, to...

Read more »

Haddock might be making a comeback

September 19, 2013

Thanks in part to acoustic surveys conducted in Newfoundland and Labrador in 2012 and 2013 by the Centre for Fisheries Ecosystems Research of the Fisheries (CFER) of the Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University, which suggested that the haddock might be making a comeback in Newfoundland and Labrador, the provincial government is providing...

Read more »

New Hampshire joins federal lawsuit on fishing regulations

September 19, 2013

New Hampshire has joined a federal lawsuit seeking to block fishing regulations it believes would have a devastating effect on families and small businesses throughout New England. http://www.pressherald.com/news/NH-joins-Mass-lawsuit-against-fishing-regulations-.html Print

Read more »

Sen. Angus King added his voice to the climate change debate during a speech on the U.S. Senate floor

September 19, 2013

Maine Sen. Angus King added his voice to the climate change debate during a speech on the U.S. Senate floor Tuesday, where he said a northward migration of lobsters looking for colder water could soon devastate Maine’s fishery. http://bangordailynews.com/2013/09/18/outdoors/kings-climate-change-speech-in-congress-ponders-disaster-for-maine-lobster-industry/ Print

Read more »

Support the Times


Gulf of Maine Times Sponsors


Department of the Interior

Fisheries and Ocean Canda

Maine State Planning Office

Sea Plan

New Hampshire Charitable Foundation

Northeast Consortium

Environment Canada

Census of Marine Life

National Park Service

Conservation Law Foundation

Urban Harbors Insitute