Lobster Institute, University of Maine
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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 Summer 2010 issue include:
- Mooring That Creats Lobster Habitat Now Available — Portion of Sales to Support Mission of the Lobster Institute
- Input Sought for Lobster Institute Strategic Plan
- The Lobster Institute's 2010 Needs Assessment Survey
- Research Report: Bait: How Much is Enough?
- Research Report: Lobster Assessment Models Compared
- Research Report: Paper on Modeling Lobster Growth Without Age Markers Wins Award
- New Maximum Size and V-Notch Measures Take Effect in the U.S. Outer Cape Management Area and Offshore Area 3
- Click, Crack, Eat
Lobster Institute, University of Maine, "The Lobster Bulletin, Summer 2010" (2010). Lobster Bulletin. 26.
The Lobster Institute is a unit of the Maine Agricultural & Forest Experiment Station.
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