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 Winter 2014 issue include:
- 2013 Lobster Landings in Maine Remain High
- Mouth of the Penobscot River Closed to Lobster Fishing—Though Lobsters Still Safe to Eat
- Pending Canada/E.U. Trade Agreement May Provide Boost to Lobster Exports
- 2013 Friends of the Lobster Institute
- Research Report: DMR's Status of the Lobster Fishery as Reported at the Maine Fishermen's Forum
- Research Report: Lobster Grip Study
- Research Report: Two Methods for Determining the Fertility Status of Early-State American Lobster Eggs
- 2014 Canadian/U.S. Lobstermen's Town Meeting
Lobster Institute, University of Maine, "The Lobster Bulletin, Winter 2014" (2014). Lobster Bulletin. 33.
The Lobster Institute is a unit of the Maine Agricultural & Forest Experiment Station.
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