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Cathy Billings


Lobster Institute, University of Maine

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Publication Date

Spring 2014

Publisher location

Orono, ME

Abstract/ Summary

The Lobster Bulletin newsletter includes research updates, and information on lobsters and the lobster industry. The Lobster Institute at the University of Maine is dedicated to protecting and conserving the lobster resource, and enhancing lobstering as an industry and a way of life.

Headlines in the Spring 2014 issue include:

  • Red Lobster Restaurants Under New Ownership
  • Maine Department of Marine Resources Gathers Input in Advance of a Possible Lobster Management Plan
  • 2014 Canadian/U.S. Lobstermen's Town Meeting Held in Portland
  • Research Report: Areas of interest and suggested further study concerning the Searsport Harbor Federal Navigation Project
  • Research Report: University of Maine Researchers Receive Saltonstall/Kennedy Grant to Examine Effect of Elevated Water Temperatures on Lobsters
  • Lobster Institute Associate Director, Cathy Billings, Writes Book on the Many Layers of the Lobster Industry

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The Lobster Institute is a unit of the Maine Agricultural & Forest Experiment Station.


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